Who's using

Who's using

Post by Jeff Neuffe » Fri, 14 Sep 2001 08:34:08



Who's using ATM cards in their openbsd systems?
 
 
 

Who's using

Post by Mark Duel » Fri, 14 Sep 2001 10:34:06



Quote:> Who's using ATM cards in their openbsd systems?

Appearently no one, so you can stop posting your message (I count 4).

Try STFW.

Mark Duell

 
 
 

Who's using

Post by Jeff Neuffe » Fri, 14 Sep 2001 21:34:34


What is STFW?



>>Who's using ATM cards in their openbsd systems?

> Appearently no one, so you can stop posting your message (I count 4).

> Try STFW.

> Mark Duell

 
 
 

Who's using

Post by Jeff Neuffe » Fri, 14 Sep 2001 21:36:04


Excellent help example, thanks!

STFW = "Search The *ing Web"




>>Who's using ATM cards in their openbsd systems?

> Appearently no one, so you can stop posting your message (I count 4).

> Try STFW.

> Mark Duell

 
 
 

Who's using

Post by Mikkel C. Simonse » Sun, 16 Sep 2001 01:06:23



> Who's using ATM cards in their openbsd systems?

I am.

Best regards,

Mikkel C. Simonsen

 
 
 

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