On Fri, 10 Nov 2000, Brady, Padraig wrote:
> No, I saw that one also and it wasn't great.
> The one last night (which I had seen previously
> also) is quite good. Doesn't get very technical
I think it was more a cultural program than a techie program.
It was interesting to note that all the
> "hackers" filmed were using Linux to do their
> dirty work.
Did you see what distro? Redhat
Note: Not all people who use Redhat are illegal hackers :0)
Also you could see a few Linux books
> scattered around the piece on the hacker convention
> in germany.
Yea, the Chaos Computer Club. I think there was a few SuSE 6.3 books
Dept. of Physical Sciences
Dublin City University
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