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I suddenly got a bunch of delivery failures today for messages I posted to the list over the past four or so days. They were successfully posted to the list. So I am wondering where these failures are coming from. Is it a temporary list glitch?
Or is someone blocking my posts in an inappropriate way?
I am not well versed in email headers, so nothing seems obvious to me in looking at the info.
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Roman St=F6ckl-Schmidt wrote:
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> I know were only supposed to be helpful here but I just can't resist to
> comment on the subject line:
I think your post qualifies as helpful.
"Debian is GNU/Linux."

even more off-topic.
I recommend watching "Revolution OS", available on Netflix.
It's nice to put some faces to the names we read about.

> "which file is as the same as linux's /etc/rc.d/rc.local in debian?"
> Debian IS Linux, so your question should rather be referring to the
> distribution you consider to be "linux" (I take for granted that asking
> such questions you probably didn't run LFS, which would make marginally
> more sense to oppose debian with linux), probably Mandrake or SuSE (no
> flame war intended)
> Version: GnuPG v1.2.4 (GNU/Linux)
> Comment: Using GnuPG with Thunderbird - http://enigmail.mozdev.org
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