Berkeley CSUA MOTD:1998:October:24 Saturday <Friday, Sunday>
Berkeley CSUA MOTD
1998/10/24 [Uncategorized] UID:14817 Activity:nil
10/21   /ftp and /office will be unavailable for an hour or so.
1998/10/24-25 [Computer/SW/Unix] UID:14818 Activity:nil
10/23   UNIX work in Etcheverry -- see /csua/pub/jobs/DECF  --dbushong
1998/10/24-25 [Academia/Berkeley/CSUA/Motd] UID:14819 Activity:nil
10/23   Quick Clues for the Clueless:
        1) This is the public motd.  Everything in it is suspect, including
           this statement.
        2) if anyone tells you to use the "chsh" or "rm" command make sure
           you know what the command does first.
        3) Type "man chsh".  This will show the MANual entry.  For that
           matter, use the man command before asking stupid questions.
           People on soda tend to flame stupid questions.
        4) There is no such thing as a stupid question. (except on the motd)
        5) There is only Zuul.  (and Phillip and psb and his #1 Fan)
        6) This whole thing will probably be deleted/flamed
           within 5 minutes.  This is typical.  (and expected)
        7) That is all.  You will be tested.
        8) ARGH!  not another test!
        9) Go back and read number one.
1998/10/24-25 [Uncategorized] UID:14820 Activity:low
10/23   % nslookup - <DEAD><DEAD>
        > set querytype=txt
        > set domain=adventure
        > 1
        \_ Lookup failed.
1998/10/24-25 [Computer/SW/OS/Windows] UID:14821 Activity:high
10/23   Does Win3.1/95/NT use single-byte or double-byte characters
        internally?  Thanks.
        \_ 3.1 uses single-byte
           \_ Others don't; it may depend on the version of NT, though.
        \_ WinNT uses Unicode internally (Win32), which is double-byte.  Win95
           supports most of the specs of Win32, but because of its Win3.1
           heritage, uses ANSI strings, which are usually single-byte. -jctwu
Berkeley CSUA MOTD:1998:October:24 Saturday <Friday, Sunday>