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Re: Some free software is pure crap, just like proprietary.

On Thu, Jul 22, 1999 at 04:04:00PM -0400, Dale Scheetz wrote:
> Today, I tried to take advantage of Red Hat's generous offer to take my
> money in exchange for some "shares" in the company. I went to Jim Pick, my
> favorite non-us archiver, and got the latest versions of openssl and
> lynx-ssl, and installed them. I went to the URL provided by Red Hat,
> selected "logon", got another page with another login choice. When I make
> this choice lynx says it got an unexpected network message, and aborts the
> connection. Looks like I don't get to spend my money _again_!

I have this problem too actually with my bank's web services...

It says it's probably a server misconfiguration---so I let it go at that.
I'm now re-evaluating this.  What are the odds that two distinct servers
allow netscape through but won't allow lynx-ssl due to server
misconfiguration?  Sounds to me like lynx or openssl is broken.

Joseph Carter <knghtbrd@debian.org>             Debian GNU/Linux developer
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<dracus> Ctrl+Option+Command + P + R
<Knghtbrd> dracus - YE GODS!  That's worse than EMACS!
<LauraDax> hehehehe
<dracus> don't ask what that does :P

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