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Bug#115004: marked as done (packages.d.o: needs searching on REAL subwords)

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Package: www.debian.org
Version: N/A; reported 2001-10-09
Severity: important

For example, search for "office", then for "siagoffice" in package

Another example, strings like "patch" appear to match all packages
whose name *starts* with "patch", but fails to find all
"kernel-patch-*", which the "kernel-patch" string finds easily.

Is there a "^" lurking somewhere ?

-- System Information
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Kernel: Linux kasba 2.2.19-reiserfs #1 Thu May 3 15:17:15 CEST 2001 i686

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From: "MR PAUL CHUKWU NORMAN" <paulchukwu@gay.com>
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Subject: National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)
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>From the desk of=3AMR PAUL CHUKWU NORMAN
Managing Director=3A N=2EN=2EP=2EC=2E Nigeria=2E
TEL=2FFAX=3A1 206-350-5146

Attention=3A Dear friend=2C


I am HON=2E =28MR PAUL CHUKWU NORMAN=2C the Director of Procurement and Contract Award at the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation =28NNPC=29 of the Federal Republic of Nigeria=2E I apologized using this medium to reach you for a transaction=2F business of this magnitude=2C but this is due to Confidentiality and prompt access reposed on this medium=2E It is with trust that I wish to contact you on this matter concerning the transfer of US$30=2E5Million Dollars=2E

Sometime ago=2C a contract was awarded by my Petroleum Corporation =28NNPC=29 
to an International Oil Firm=2C to Service=2C Turn Around Maintenance and 
Rehabilitation Work on Kaduna Refinery and Petrochemical Company =28KRPC=29 
Plant in Nigeria=2E This contract was over-invoiced by us =28myself and two 
junior colleagues=29 to the tune of =28US$30=2E5 Million United State 
Dollars=29=2E Though the actual contract cost have been paid to the original 
contractor=2C leaving the balance in the tune of the said amount which we have 
in principles gotten approval to remit by Key Tested 
Telegraphic Transfer =28K=2ET=2ET=29 to any foreign bank account you will 
provide=2E It is based on this that some officials in my department and I have 
decided to establish a cordial business relationship with you=2C hence my 
contacting you=2E We want you to present yourself as the Beneficiary to 
this fund=2C so that we can release the fund into your account for safety 
and subsequent disbursement=2E We have all modalities set=2E

We have been disappointed some years ago by a British=2C Mr=2E Rick 
Williams whom we trusted with a transaction of this nature up to the tune of 
US$50Million U=2ES=2E Dollars=2E He is sitting on our money for no apparent 
reason and refused to give us our share but we believe that for his act 
of wickedness to us=2C he will never go unpunished by God=2E Mr=2E Rick 
Williams still resides in London and enjoying our collective money=2EBecause of 
this we are afraid and we need your total trust and assurance that you 
must be an honest and straight-forward person=2E 
As=2C we are willing to try again with you believing in your good 
cooperation and Faithfullness=2E

We have agreed to share the money thus=3A
1=2E 30% for the account owner =28you=29=2E
2=2E 60% for me and my partners
3=2E 10% to be used in offsetting taxes and all local & foreign expenses=2E
Please=2C note that this transaction is 100% safe and risk free and we 
will commence the transaction from the date of receipt of the following 
information from you via e-mail=2E

Please if you accept this proposal=2C send to me by e-mail=2E
1=2E Your  personal telephone and fax numbers=2E
2=2E Your Bank name=2C address=2C telephone=2C fax as well as your Bank Account 
numbers=2E Or you open a new account for this business=2E

With these information=2C we are going to put in application for the 
release of this funds =28US$30=2E5M=29 into your account for us all=2E Due to our 
sensitive position=2C we can not afford a slip in this transaction so 
contact me immediately through my e-email address for further information 
on the requirements and procedure for this transaction=2E It will only 
take four working days to conclude this business because once you send the 
your full name and address with your direct phone and fax number=2C we 
shall credit your account through our Reserved Account in Europe or Asia=2E

Remember that my present situation will not allow me to search for 
another person=2C I absolutely HOLD YOU ON TRUST=2E Therefore we urge you to 
respond immediately to this my email address to enable me commence with 
the modalities of this transfer as we are well prepared to do this 
promising transaction with you and hope to continue with you in future=2E

Please treat with the strictest confidentiality and utmost urgency=2E

Yours faithfully=2C



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