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Re: DDP CVS commit by fl: ddp/manuals.sgml/securing-howto securing-debia ...



On Sat, 07 Dec 2002, Josip Rodin wrote:
>  BIOS setup so that it <em>only</em> boots from the hard drive. Make
> -sure you will not lose the BIOS password, otherwise, in the event of a
> +sure you will not loose the BIOS password, otherwise, in the event of a
>  hard disk failure you will not be able to return to the BIOS and
>  change the setup so you can recover it using, for example, a CD-ROM.
> 
> Uhh. "lose" is correct in that context, AFAICT.

That is correct.

lose is the opposite of found.
loose is the opposite of tighten or attached.


Don Armstrong

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The American will to consume more and produce more personified in a
stick of gum. I grab it. -- Chad Dickerson

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