Re: "We're From the Government..."; NSA Recs on Securing Mac OS X
In TELECOM Digest V23 #534, Joseph <JoeOfSeattle@yahoo.com>
wrote (in part):
> DevilsPGD <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> And sometimes I park, in handicapped spaces,
>> While handicapped people, make handicapped faces!
> Was this supposed to be humourous? I found it quite
> repulsive that you would deny someone with a handicap a space
> that was reserved for them.
I've always believed that only handicapped people park in handicapped
Some are physically challenged, while the others are emotionally and
(And then there are those who believe it's their prerogative to park
in a reserved space, simply because they are driving a vehicle with a
placard or tag, even when no one with a physical disability is using
or riding in the vehicle.)
Paul A Lee Sr Telecom Engineer <email@example.com>
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...Re: "We're From the Government..."; NSA Recs on Securing Mac OS X #2
Danny Burstein <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Yes, that NSA:
> How to Securely Install and Use Apple Computer Inc.'s Mac OS X
> Version 10.3.x Operating System (Panther)
> 109 pages; PDF
But it took them at least 30 more pages to make guesses about that
other common proprietary operating system -- the one from Redmond Wa.
with the longest running beta test in history.
...Re: "We're From the Government..."; NSA Recs on Securing Mac OS X #3
On Mon, 08 Nov 2004 06:57:38 -0800, Justin Time wrote:
> Danny Burstein <email@example.com> wrote in message:
>> Yes, that NSA:
>> How to Securely Install and Use Apple Computer Inc.'s Mac OS X
>> Version 10.3.x Operating System (Panther)
> But it took them at least 30 more pages to make guesses about that
> other common proprietary operating system -- the one from Redmond Wa.
> with the longest running beta test in history.
I thought it was still in pre-alpha. It's still very unstable.
...Re: "We're From the Government..."; NSA Recs on Securing Mac OS
Justin Time wrote:
> Nope. Windows is the longest running Beta test in history. Been
> going on for over 10 years now and they are still trying to stabilize
> version 1.0
10 years? Try close to 20 now. If memory serves correct, Microsoft
announced Windows in late 1984.
...Re: "We're From the Government..."; NSA Recs on Securing Mac OS #2
Kenneth P. Stox <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Justin Time wrote:
>> Nope. Windows is the longest running Beta test in history. Been
>> going on for over 10 years now and they are still trying to stabilize
>> version 1.0
> 10 years? Try close to 20 now. If memory serves correct, Microsoft
> announced Windows in late 1984.
Yea, I got to thinking about that and remember it was around '85 or
'86 when we had what was called "Windows" installed on a PC in our
compatibility lab. It really wasn't much more than Borland's Sidekick
repackaged if I remember correctly.
..."We're From the Government..."; NSA Recs on Securing Mac OS X
Yes, that NSA:
How to Securely Install and Use Apple Computer Inc.'s Mac OS X
Version 10.3.x Operating System (Panther)
109 pages; PDF
...Here we go again...More Problems with John lying about "Windows security" (was Re: There They Go Again
(zurg suggested i repost this post as a seperate, new thread, so John cant hide
from the truth buried in the original thread...enjoy!)
On Mon, 22 Dec 2003 20:37:08 -0800, "John" <email@example.com> wrote:
>Name 1 dozen Windows problems that HAVE been exploited and provide
>references you lying Jackshit.
You gotta be kidding me...I'll bet you're one of those types that doesn't
believe we really landed on the moon, or that Islamic terrorists weren't really
responsible for 9/11...
Alright, just to be fair, I'll humor your ignorant ass by posting what...Re : Re : Re : Re : messages without Fields : "Who" and "Subject" !!
Problem is solved !
It was the four empty lines after the lines begining by X-DSPAM
Thank you to Ajo and Dave !!
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Eudora 184.108.40.206 mode sponsored
>On Wed, 27 May 2009 18:15:47 +0200, you wrote:
>I have been having a similar problem with email from yahoo users.
>In my case, the problem is blank lines within the headers.
>I don't know if the rules have changed recently but the headers
>are NOT supposed to contain blank lines.
>The first blank line is sup...Re: What's wrong with this: street_n=addr1_1|" "||addr2||" "||addr3||" "||addr4||" "||addr5 #4
Thank you for the code. That's what I really wanted to see.
I have some problem in understanding the code: particularly, ` '0'* <^w ?*> from your code rx = rxparse("` '0'* <^w ?*> to =1");
I know the tag expression and *, but I do not understand the rest characters. Can you explain it for me?
>>> "Chang Y. Chung" <chang_y_chung@HOTMAIL.COM> 03/04/04 01:36PM >>>
On Thu, 4 Mar 2004 12:55:20 -0600, Duck-Hye Yang <dyang@CHAPINHALL.ORG>
>I wanted to remove the first zero ...Re: What does ASCII '1A'X ("sub") mean? #4
That's the INCLUDE *command*. As far as I know there is no INCLUDE
On Mon, 17 Nov 2003 09:07:04 -0500, Fehd, Ronald J. (PHPPO) <rjf2@CDC.GOV>
>> From: Howard Schreier [mailto:Howard_Schreier@ITA.DOC.GOV]
>> Right. I don't find anything on the SAS site indicating that
>> it is a system option. Rather, it works in the FILENAME and
>> INFILE statemnets, as you indicate.
>> Then there is
>http://support.sas.com/documentation/onlinedo..."Snit's Anthem" (Re-re-re-re-release for Nobody)
Let's see if I've beaten Google this time...
Now known as "Snit's Anthem" (An Oldie)
Sung to the tune of "Am I Not Pretty Enough"
by Kasey Chambers
For those who don't know the tune...
Linux Ain't Pretty Enough
Linux ain't pretty enough
The UI is "oh so broken"
And I lie so much
Leave no FUD unspoken
But I just make you laugh
Should I lie much harder?
Why do you see right through me?
I piss, I moan, I sit on my ass and groan,
I troll, I FUD, I fill this place...Re: Mandis Quotes (aka retiring """ and ''')
Russell Nelson wrote:
> If you need to put a single quote in, then you put
> an arbitrary string in-between the single quotes which does NOT
> appear in the string. For example, "Bill's house" becomes
> 'x'Bill's house'x'.
So possible examples might be:
not terrible easy on the eyes, and why use the single quote at all? Why no=
t use a similar pattern li...The update "Java for Mac OS X 10.5 Update 4" can't be installed."
Running 10.5.7 on a Intel MacBookPro I get the above message when trying
to install the Java update 4 ver 1.0 which I received via Software
Update a few minutes ago. I quit all other apps including browsers.
There is no explanation. It just has a red exclamation point and says
"Cannot be Installed", then "An Error Occurred during Installation". It
would be nice if there was a clue. How do I find out what the problem
On 15 jun, 17:26, yvonnebow...@mac.com (Yvonne Bowers) wrote:
> Running 10.5.7 on a Intel MacBookPro I get the above me...Re: Mandis Quotes (aka retiring """ and ''') #2
Russell Nelson notes:
> Choose poor examples, and then criticize them as poor choices?
true enough, but the suggested scheme introduces another variable into the =
language syntax; I might always make good choices <wink> on what delimiter =
I choose, but I might also end up working on code written by someone else w=
ho makes less good choices. Or vice versa.
> Exactly. It really would be better to have one(1) string literal
> which can quote anything without reverting to backslashing. Why one?
> Simpler parsing, simpler learning of the language, fewe...Re: What does this statement do IF "" =: '*' THEN ; ? #4
Good point, I assumed that Ya was asking about the everything but the
On 1/14/09, Allen Ziegenfus <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> That syntax is new to me. I found the description in the "Language
> "You can compare only a specified prefix of a character string by using a
> colon (:) after the comparison operator. In the following example, the colon
> modifier after the equal sign tells SAS to look at only the first character
> of values of the variable LASTNAME and to select the observations with names
> begi...Re: Congress: "Merry Chrismas! We're Turning Off Your Analog Outs" #4
email@example.com wrote in news:firstname.lastname@example.org:
> Just out of curiosity, do radio stations have to pay a royalty to
> record companies when they play music? What are the rules, if any,
> for someone recording a song off the radio or a tape off of TV?
(IANAL, this is just my opinion, do not rely on this as legal
advice. Furthermore, this reflects my understanding of the
situation in the USA only. If you need legal advice, hire a
Yes, and no. Radio stations pay a royalty to the composers and
(lyric) authors (or, more correctly, to the publishing company to
which they sold the rights) indirectly through license contracts with
ASCAP and BMI (and sometimes a 3rd agency, SECAC, which represents a
miniscule portion of the authors and composers). ASCAP and BMI
license their entire libraries (and not just to radio stations, but
also to stores that play music, bars, restaurants, and night clubs)
for a single negotiated fee, take samples of music usage, and
distribute their collections (less collection fees and profits) to the
rights holders in proportion to the works' standings in the sample
On the other hand, the actual performers (or the holders of their
royalty rights) receive nothing from the radio stations. They are
held to be fully compensated by the exposure they receive and the
increased record and live performance ticket sales resulting
therefrom. (Except, of course perf...Re: "out" and "in out"
"no reliable initial value" means, you cannot rely on the value, but it may have a value. This depends on the parameter passing mechanism, which is _not_ related to the parameter mode (contrary to what many people think).
So the parameter mode is there (nearly) solely for the information of the reader. The parameter passing mechanism for all kinds of parameters is defined in the RM. There are parameters passed by copy (in and out), by reference; for some it is explicitly left undefined.
In your case, the passing mechanism is by reference, so you get what you get. But don't rely...Re: "Good" versus "bad" IDEs. Re: BlackBox version 1.4 or 1.5Beta?
> > >
> > > email@example.com wrote:
> > >
> > > > Can you explain what a good IDE "does" ?
> > > > I guess once you know what a "good IDE" is, then realising it
> > > > not very original.
> > > > IMO it's simply [intelligent] menu-based.
> > > >
> > > > I use ETH-oberon-S3 all the time; which has TUI, which makes it
> > > > essentially menu-based. But I haven't done more than trivial
> > > > development si...Re: The "A" word (was RE: Any comments (The "A" Word ...)...)
"Chuck Stevens" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:...
> "LX-i" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> Did you read the Kathleen Parker article I linked? "Sometimes an
>> accident is just an accident."
> Not at the time; looked for it, couldn't track it down via a Google search
> of your messages with the keyword "Parker".
Believe I found it: "Million dollar fetus".
My take on this is based on Step 9: "Made direct amends to such people
wherever possible, except when to...Re: Re: Fields "Who" and "Subject" have disappeared
Hi, thank you for your help
> Is there an empty line between the headers and the message body?
Yes, there is one empty line.
I deleted it, to shorten the message
> Does "Tools" | "Filters" show any filters?
> Is there any filter intended to recognize that specific address?
Yes, I have 4 filters, but no filter about this adress
> Try making a copy of your "In" mailbox (in Windows Explorer,
> select only file "In.mbx" then use Ctrl+C followed by Ctrl+V);
> restart Eudora, see whether mailbox "Copy of In" has the...RE: Tk's lack of "chrome" (prompted by Re: Tk::FunkyButton ?) #4
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-ptk@lists.Stanford.EDU
> [mailto:owner-ptk@lists.Stanford.EDU] On Behalf Of Nick Ing-Simmons
> Sent: December 6, 2005 1:51 PM
> To: ptk@lists.Stanford.EDU
> Subject: Tk's lack of "chrome" (prompted by Re: Tk::FunkyButton ?)
> I have had various of list (and even day job) complaints that
> perk/Tk "looks old fashioned".
> Also tracking/converting Tcl/Tk is a pain (and core Tk is
> where most of the "look" comes from).
> So for perl6 (when it come...[why are trailing '\n's missing in "$x"]: x="$(printf "hi\n\n")"; printf "$x"
~ $ printf "hi\n\n"|cat -A
~ $ x="$(printf "hi\n\n")"
~ $ printf "$x"|cat -A
Why are the trailing '\n's not in "$x"? Is there any way to stop this,
w/o using a tempfile?
On 12/29/2013 11:34 PM, Name withheld by request wrote:
> x="$(printf "hi\n\n")"
x="$(printf "%s" "hi\n\n")"
In article <bibnk6Ftcm6U1@mid.individual.net>,
Cyrus Kriticos <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>...Problem in "X (1).Re := X (1).Re + 1"
This is a thought experiment.
First, in RM 4.1.6:
* when the generalized_indexing is used within a primary where a name denoting a constant is permitted.
package V is new Vectors (Complex);
X : V.Vector;
X (1).Re := X (1).Re + 1;
is interpreted as
package V is new Vectors (Complex);
X : V.Vector;
Reference (X, 1).Element.all.Re := Constant_Reference (X, 1).Element.all.Re + 1;
Is this OK?
If this is the truth, and if Vectors is implemented by reference-counting.
(I don't know copy-on-write is permitted in Ada.Contain...(mapcar 'quote '("1" "2" "3" "4"))
(mapcar 'quote '("1" "2" "3" "4")) returns
((quote "4") (quote "4") (quote "4") (quote "4"))
Interesting and (for me) unexpected. Because
(mapcar 'read '("1" "2" "3" "4")) returns
(1 2 3 4)
(mapcar 'princ '("1" "2" "3" "4")) gives
1234("1" "2" "3" "4")
Why isn't (mapcar 'quote '("1" "2" "3" "4")) returning
((quote "1") (quote "2") (quote "3") (quote "4"))
Probably has to do with the fact that 'arg and (quote arg) are equivalent,
and LISP gets confused by the construct 'quote, which is about the same as
(quote (quote arg)). But I don't pretend to know all of the mechanics of the
error; the results are somewhat different in R14, BTW:
Command: (mapcar 'quote '("1" "2" "3" "4"))
((<Subr: #22e3e40> "4") (<Subr: #22e3e40> "4") (<Subr: #22e3e40> "4")
"Tom Haws" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> (mapcar 'quote '("1" "2" "3"...