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[ale] Something listening on a socket?

> On Sun, 21 Sep 1997, Robert L Harris wrote:
> > This did exactly what I needed.
> Based on the speed of your response, it sounds like you already figured
> this out.

> > This is true.  I just prefer linux to bsdi.  
> As do I; I just didn't want people to get the impression that BSDI was to
> blame for the incident, a possibility which your original post left open.
> No need to badmouth them when we're already kicking their butt so handily.

No, I didn't mean to come across that way.  I just found some things lacking
in BSDi, like no /proc.  I did talk to one of the admins and the owner
has blessed putting in a Linux box to test/play with.  


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