On Tue, Sep 05, 2000 at 10:25:23AM +1200, Michael Beattie wrote: > On Mon, Sep 04, 2000 at 05:05:09PM -0500, David Starner wrote: > > > No, I can understand that. - that exact circumstance would occur in our > > > University computer science lab. Regularly too, I might add. > > > > I take it this is LART-worthy incident, as I don't think I can > > load my .xsession in under 6 seconds. Since *dm requires you get a > > username and password (bwahaahaa!), use it. > > yeah, I'll LART you... > > lab == lots of people == lots of NCD xterms == lots of quick logins to the > DEC Unix server at the beginning of a lab... sheesh Quick logins don't trigger the termination of the server. It's a login, followed by an immediate logout, followed by an immedate login, repeat 4 times, that causes it. -- G. Branden Robinson | You don't just decide to break Kubrick's Debian GNU/Linux | code of silence and then get drawn away firstname.lastname@example.org | from it to a discussion about cough http://www.debian.org/~branden/ | medicine.
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