Berkeley CSUA MOTD:1996:November:05 Tuesday <Monday>
Berkeley CSUA MOTD
1996/11/5 [Uncategorized] UID:31989 Activity:nil
11/5    /usr is still hozed - incoming mail delivery has been shut off until
        it's fixed for real.
1996/11/5-16 [Uncategorized] UID:31990 Activity:nil
11/4    Soda has been rebooted, some of you who had home dirs on /home/diff
        may have lost some data due to a bad disk, everything else should be
        working ok, mail root if you believe there is a problem.
1996/11/5 [Uncategorized] UID:31991 Activity:nil
11/5    So, who managed to set all of the files in /usr/lib/aliases.domo
        back roughly 10 months, and delete half of them besides?
         - seidl
        \_ raytrace
1996/11/5 [Politics/Domestic/California] UID:31992 Activity:nil
11/5    VOTE!!!  Don't write off this election until all the votes are in.
        -- erikred
        \_ Besides, the results can't be any worse than the last politburo
1996/11/5 [Finance/Shopping] UID:31993 Activity:nil
11/4    And you people didn't belive shit^H^H^Hprintlink could be worse
        than BBNPlayNet...
        \_ This new connection is a joke, right? No one could believe
         this incredibly shitty lossy connection works, could they?
         I get better reliability and access time bouncing off
         the satellites to Antartica!
        \_ Anyone who said that the BBNplanet connection sucked has been
           living in SpoiledBratLand for a looong time. It's my theory
           that we switched to SprintNet because the campus decided it
           couldn't afford BBNplanet any longer and went with a cheaper
           service. (Sprintnet...)    -- Marco
         \_ It's not a theory - it's what actually happened (except
            that the reason we couldn't afford BBNPlanet is that they
            jacked up the University's rates when they went for-profit
              compared to what the non-profit BARRnet was charging one
            of it's co-founders).
          \_ Not to mention that all the UC campuses in Northern
             California will go out of one DS3 connection through
             SprintLink instead of individual connections for
             each campus individually.  Even UCOP which had been
             a CERFNet POP is now on the same SprintLink
             connection.  I mean even the CSU system has a
             CSUNet, where's the UCNet?!?
             \_ There is a UCNet inArticle Unavailable
Berkeley CSUA MOTD:1996:November:05 Tuesday <Monday>