The reason the archives exist is simply for people like you who are new
to the list so that they can do their own research instead of asking the
same questions that have been asked and answered before.
You are trying to make out that Jayden is doing the wrong thing when it
is you who are not using the resources provided, combined with a little
of your own brain power, to find the answers for yourself.
No, Jayden is no guru to give you an answer that is both common sense
and common courtesy. People would think more highly of you if you'd
taken the initiative to look for the answer in the openly published
archives instead of coming in here and asking a totally unresearched
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Pascal HESLOT [mailto:pascal dot heslot at archi dash networks dot com]
> Sent: Wednesday, 5 April 2006 16:48
> I am new in this list, and I appreciate VERY MUCH your answer :-(
> I think that you must be a "guru" to make this kind of answer.
> Thank you
> My thoughts (unsolicited as they are) is you guys should read the list
> archives. This was all hacked through about two months ago.
> > Jayden
> > On 4/4/06 5:40 AM, "Pascal HESLOT"
> <pascal dot heslot at archi dash networks dot com> wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> I have worked under OpenBSD for 5 years and I find the
> >> m0n0wall project very interesting. Would somebody be
> >>interested to put m0n0wall under OpenBSD ?
> >> Regards