17 Apr 2000 jgg   » (Master)

I'm not sure why, but someone though it would be fun to play games with lists.d.o, 10000 emails later the problem was noticed and the crap erased. Still, who would do such a thing!? I also hate smartlist, horrid program wasn't designed to stand up to that type of abuse. At least Ben almost has VERP all worked out which will be a huge help. I've somewhat mentally assembled the bits needed to do a nice MLM and it isn't too terrible. Pity there are other things to do.

My first exam is soon, that will be nice because I don't have to study for it anymore..

I looked at the QNX hack, and I can't help but wonder 'huh?' I'm sure they have tested their crypt function against other crypt implementations and I know they have used shadow passwords for years - so what gives? If I had time I'd try it on our QNX 4 boxes and see what happens.

dhd only gets six Espies because his assembly was Alpha assembly, not IA32. IPv6 is also really cool, now that William is working on getting ftp.crc.ca fully on the 6bone I will have to finish my IPv6 implementation for APT's FTP method. I see also that the IPV6 tunnel on pandora is only configured to route 6bone test TLA traffic. I wonder what the correct configuration is supposed to be.

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