Subject: Spam vulnerability, and partition questions
To: Noriyuki Soda <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: CDE Francis <email@example.com>
Date: 12/08/2000 12:21:07
>> Is "Lisa@il02dns1.comm.mot.com" a registered member of port-macppc?
>> If not, you need to block outside access. This is unacceptable.
At 11:13 PM +0900 2000/12/08, Noriyuki Soda wrote:
>I've added contents filter which blocks any message including
>the following string (case insensitive):
Blocking one particular free site isn't a long term solution.
I've already reported ronen46 to the Geocities Abuse Admin;
it will probably be shut down by next week. Whack-a-mole.
In general, mailing list systems should not allow non-members
to send messages directly to the list. For Majordomo, just
add "restrict_post = port-macppc" to this list's config file.
ObBSD: After I bought bigger HDs for my two Macs, I left several
GB blank on each one so I could install *BSD. I'm eager to start.
/NetBSD-1.5/macppc/INSTALL.html says to use Drive Setup 1.9.1
or higher to format the partitions from MacOS. Is that a typo?
http://asu.info.apple.com only has version 1.7.3.
Does the HFS(+) bootloader partition need to be brand new, or can
I just throw ofwboot.xcf onto an existing non-system partition?
And will the A/UX partitions be visible when I boot in MacOS?
Speaking of INSTALL.html, its W3C compliance level is atrocious.
I did a bit of tweaking and ran it through Tidy. Would the port
maintainers like to use my corrected copy?
Francis Uy, Web Coordinator http://www.jhu.edu/gifted/cde/ 410-516-0162