I would have to admit that I am not anything close to a guru. Sorry if I
made it sound that way. The only reason I said that was I was interested in
having openBSD as the OS only because of security, but I guess others think
otherwise, which is fine as they know more then me. :)
On 4/5/06 4:17 PM, "Quark IT - Hilton Travis" <Hilton at quarkit dot com dot au> wrote:
> Hi Pascal,
> 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.
>>> On 4/4/06 5:40 AM, "Pascal HESLOT"
>> <pascal dot heslot at archi dash networks dot com> wrote:
>>>> 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 ?
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