Berkeley CSUA MOTD:1993:June:03 Thursday <Friday>
Berkeley CSUA MOTD
1993/6/3 [Uncategorized] UID:31338 Activity:nil
6/3     Where can I get something more robust than dbm(3) or gdbm? -- jules
1993/6/3 [Computer/SW/OS/Solaris] UID:31339 Activity:nil
6/3     as a favor for a friend, could someone tell me how to set a
        process limit for users in sunos 4.1.3? thanks -- vchang
1993/6/3 [Uncategorized] UID:31340 Activity:nil
6/3     Like Dave Barry? Check out  --aaron
1993/6/3 [Uncategorized] UID:31341 Activity:nil
6/3     I'd like to hear any impressions you people may have on the
        following modems. Zyxel U1496E, PPI, ATT Paradyne, USR Sportster,
        and the Supra. Send me mail. --jules.
1993/6/3-9 [Computer/SW/Editors/Emacs] UID:31342 Activity:high
6/3     Emacs 19 in /usr/local/bin/emacs19. No guarantees. Advise only
        test drives and not doing real work. (I'm using it now). --psb
        \_ It wobyerks fine so far, heh heh.  ange-ftp works fine, somewhat
           nicer than the package you load in for emacs 18, and it's built-in
           to the regular find-file.  Nicer X Windows support, though I've
           never tried Lucid Emacs yet.  Default emacs 19 font easier on the
           eyes too. -- kenji
         \_ I thought emacs19 looked pretty horid.  I've used lucid,
            and it's pretty clear that gnu has taken some giant leaps
            backwards from that fine product.
        \_ emacs 19.13 out; don't vous just love it when a new vershun be
           released at least twice a week?
         \i has no interest in marching in lock step with GNU releases.
          if someone ese wants to "maintayn" emacs19 on soda, feel free,
          just let moi know. vous should know however, we still get ~100
          bug reports a day. someone please post this to the net so i
          can hear from a bunch of nimrods agayn. --psb
1993/6/3 [Computer/SW/Virus] UID:31343 Activity:nil
        defeat its anti-virus technology.

           The Gaithersburg, Md-based company says virus experts
        have tried unsuccessfully for more than 2 years to defeat
        its V-Card Anti-Virus System. It's inviting hackers to come
        to its headquarters through mid-July to try their hand at
        loading a true virus (Trojan horses and bombs don't count)
        onto the system. The computer must be rendered non-bootable
        and files must be non-recoverable while V-Card is operating.
           The company will reward the triumphant hacker with $5000.
         \_ what the hell operating system is it running on?
            [and as a side note.. it probably could be done...
             it would just most likely require $10,000 of research :) ]
         \_ Was this the same company that had once offered a all-expenses paid
            trip to Tahiti if someone cracked their computer system remotely,
            and took out ads with their computer's phone # in it? <grin>

Is someone (else) working on emacs_19 and/or lucid_emacs for soda?
Can he/she/they send me mail? --psb
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