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Re: strange system mail : what does this mean ?

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On Thursday 04 December 2008, Bernard <bdebreil@teaser.fr> wrote 
about 'strange system mail : what does this mean ?':
>/boot/lost+found#cd #171379

The octothorpe ('#') marks the beginning of a comment if it is the first 
character in a taken.  Quote it in some fashion (e.g. \#171379, '#171379', 
or "#171379") to avoid treating the rest of the physical line as a 

I think bash also has a feature to turn off "interactive comments" if you 
don't use them.  I do.
Boyd Stephen Smith Jr.                     ,= ,-_-. =. 
bss03@volumehost.net                      ((_/)o o(\_))
ICQ: 514984 YM/AIM: DaTwinkDaddy           `-'(. .)`-' 
http://iguanasuicide.org/                      \_/     

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