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Re: Process substitution failure on HPUX

From: Kevin
Subject: Re: Process substitution failure on HPUX
Date: Thu, 15 Jul 2004 11:44:19 -0700 (PDT)

--- Paul Jarc <address@hidden> wrote:
> Kevin <address@hidden> wrote:
> > Trying again, because my message seems to have been garbled last time.
> None of your messages have been garbled when I received them.  The
> first (and maybe the second) were unnecessarily base64-encoded, but
> there was no problem in decoding them.

Well, we can thank Microsoft Outlook for the unnecessary base64 encoding on
the first one. When I viewed it with google groups, it showed as still
base64 encoded, so I assumed the mailing list just doesn't support base 64
encoding, and sent the message with a less brain dead email system.

At least now I know the reason I have no answers is no one has come up with
any answers, as opposed to no one can read my message. :)


If you're reading this you're part of the mass hallucination that is 
Kevin the Blue. 
Copyright 2003 Kevin the Blue <address@hidden>
"Software is like fire - it can be freely distributed without lessening 
the original flame."-konstant <address@hidden>

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