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Re: the HURD and IIRC

On Thu, 4 Nov 1999, Sami Dalouche wrote:

> Hi,
> > > 3) Consider using hurd. It has much more liberal uids policy.
> > Like most things on the hurd, I think fancy permissions
> > etc is in the napkin phase.  cf (1).
> BTW, I've heard a lot about Hurd and would like to understand what is it
> exatly. Can yoiu explain what is it. 



> There's another thing you can explain me : the word "IIRC" It's used a lot
> on this list but i can't understand the meaning. It's not debian-related,
> neither linux-related, but I feel bad not understanding a word used on 50%
> of the email on this list( not this one, but it's so used).

jules@pear% dict iirc
1 definition found
>From The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing (15Feb98) [foldoc]:
     <chat> If I recall/remember correctly.
     (28 Nov 1996)

(I suggest you install dict-foldoc, and dict-jargon)


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