Berkeley CSUA MOTD:1998:July:07 Tuesday <Monday, Wednesday>
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1998/7/7 [Academia/Berkeley/CSUA/Troll] UID:14293 Activity:moderate 80%like:13761
7/7 MOTD nuker nuked
        -- The Evil 4am MOTD Nuker Nuker What Nukes the Midnight MOTD
           Nuker at 4am
        \_ Uhm, yeah, whatever.  This is fucking stupid.
           \_ yo mama
1998/7/7 [Academia/Berkeley/CSUA/Motd, Computer/SW/Unix] UID:14294 Activity:insanely high
7/7 Where's the fucking man page??
        Excerpt from /csua/chare/doc/FAQ -
        12. You keep telling me to "man" things. What are you talking about?
       "man" is short for "manual". "man foo" means "show me the manual
       entry on foo". Type "man rtfm" for a sample manpage.
                http://soda.CSUA.Berkeley.EDU% man rtfm
                No manual entry for rtfm
                \_ what is rtfm?
                    \_ Why don't you read the fucking manual!!!
                \_ lost with the old csua motd man page in the transition
                        to new soda
                    \_ why not create a new one?
                        \_ Because *you* haven't done it yet, dumbshit.
                           We're waiting for you to do it.
        \_ in your .cshrc file add a setenv MANPATH to include
           /usr/share/man, /usr/X11/man, and /csua/man.  Or you could
           just delete the line and see if it will inherit the path.
                \_ WON'T HELP - THERE IS NO RTFM MAN PAGE IN ANY OF THOSE
                        \_ It may not help you access the nonexistent rtfm
                           manpage, but it will let you access the motd one
                           and various others.  I highly recommend NOT setting
                           MANPATH in your .cshrc.
1998/7/7-9 [Computer/SW/SpamAssassin] UID:14295 Activity:high
7/7  Is there a good site describing how to track down the origin
     of spam?  thanks.
        \_ also check out http://www.ftc.gov/opa/9806/uce.htm
        \_ The black list of spammers
           \_ can we access the list and see who we're blocking out?
                        \_ SODA DOESN'T USE THE BLACK LIST
                                \_ Why not?  It should.
                                        \_ Users who choose to block spam
                                           can setup procmail to use the
                                           blacklist - don't censor my mail
                                           just because you're too lazy.
              \_ Yes, see the RBL web page below.
           \_ Isn't the newest version of sendmail supposed to weed out
                       \_ so put in filters for the rouge sites you want to
                          let email in for regardless of their rbl status.
              spam mail from "the black list"  It doesn't seem to work
              cause I'm still getting them.
                        \_ SODA DOESN'T USE THE BLACK LIST
                                \_ Why not?  It should.
                                        \_ Users who choose to block spam
                                           can setup procmail to use the
                                           blacklist - don't censor my mail
                                           just because you're too lazy.
              \_ Its a feature you can turn on in 8.9.0.  But
                 be really careful.  Places like http://msn.com have been added
                 to the black hole before. - seidl
                        \_ juno & hotmail too
                           \_ And AOL, "more than once".
                                \_ Why not?  It should.
                                        \_ Users who choose to block spam
                                           can setup procmail to use the
                                           blacklist - don't censor my mail
                                           just because you're too lazy.
                 \_ where does sendmail get this black list from?
                        \_ <DEAD>maps.vix.com/rbl<DEAD>
                 \_ you say that as if it might be a bad thing. -ERic
                    \_ I just like having control of the domains I black
                       hole instead of waking up one morning and finding all
                       the mail from x domain was bounced. - seidl
                        \_ It's a brave new world.
                \_ People who subscribe to msn deserve to have their
                   mail bounced.
                                \_ Why not?  It should.
                                        \_ you forgot to repeat your
                                           response here.
    \_ See "http://spam.abuse.net/" hundreds of resources and links about
        tracking/preventing/prosecuting/blocking/ignoring/denouncing/boycotting
        spam.  Washington State nows allows civil lawsuits against spammers!

Boredcast Message from 'kchang': Tue Jul  7 14:10:23 1998

well I think these issues are as important as any
other issues we have. The only difference is
that everyone feels differently about it. A lot
of people think it is not a big deal but to other
people it is indeed a big deal.

Boredcast Message from 'lila': Tue Jul  7 14:10:52 1998

        i'm sure there are women who would feel funny about
        dating a much shorter guy, but it's not like it's
        socially taboo or anything, kchang.  go away.

Boredcast Message from 'saarp': Mon Jul 21 00:30:10 1997

blah.. women want you to sit there and frig their clit
all the time. Fucking annoying. Your hand gets
tired and you don't get any enjoyment outta it.
1998/7/7-8/3 [Academia/Berkeley/CSUA] UID:14296 Activity:nil
07/07   At midnight, soda will stop relaying outgoing mail from hosts that
        are not on the Berkeley network, except UUCP hosts, and will stop
        accepting incoming mail destined for non-CSUA hosts or hosts not
        MX'd via soda.

        If you are using soda as your SMTP server, and you are not on the
        Berkeley net, you will have to start using your ISP's mail server
        instead. Comments to root.
1998/7/7 [Academia/Berkeley/CSUA/Motd, Computer/SW/Unix] UID:14297 Activity:nil
7/7 Where's the fucking man page??
    \_ RTFM.
        Excerpt from /csua/chare/doc/FAQ -
        12. You keep telling me to "man" things. What are you talking about?
       "man" is short for "manual". "man foo" means "show me the manual
       entry on foo". Type "man rtfm" for a sample manpage.
                http://soda.CSUA.Berkeley.EDU% man rtfm
                No manual entry for rtfm
                \_ what is rtfm?
                    \_ Why don't you read the fucking manual!!!
                \_ lost with the old csua motd man page in the transition
                        to new soda
                    \_ why not create a new one?
                        \_ Because *you* haven't done it yet, dumbshit.
                           We're waiting for you to do it.
        \_ in your .cshrc file add a setenv MANPATH to include
           /usr/share/man, /usr/X11/man, and /csua/man.  Or you could
           just delete the line and see if it will inherit the path.
                \_ WON'T HELP - THERE IS NO RTFM MAN PAGE IN ANY OF THOSE
                        \_ It may not help you access the nonexistent rtfm
                           manpage, but it will let you access the motd one
                           and various others.  I highly recommend NOT setting
                           MANPATH in your .cshrc.
                           \_ Why not?
                   \_ At the risk of being blunt,
                      Read
                      The
                      Fucking
                        \_ Fine
                      Manpage
                        \_ Manual
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