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From: Ian Burgmyer
Subject: Wow, this board IS dead.
Date: 7 Sep 1999 06:05:29
Message: <37d4ab29@news.povray.org>
No activity since I last posted.  *tsk tsk*

Oh well, since Moray for DOS is basically obsolete, I guess I'll hang around
on moray.win once and a while.

-Ian


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From: Nieminen Juha
Subject: Re: Wow, this board IS dead.
Date: 7 Sep 1999 10:32:19
Message: <37d4e9b3@news.povray.org>
I would _really_ like to see a moray.unix newsgroup some day...

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main(i,_){for(_?--i,main(i+2,"FhhQHFIJD|FQTITFN]zRFHhhTBFHhhTBFysdB"[i]
):5;i&&_>1;printf("%s",_-70?_&1?"[]":" ":(_=0,"\n")),_/=2);} /*- Warp -*/


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From: Ian Burgmyer
Subject: Re: Wow, this board IS dead.
Date: 8 Sep 1999 02:13:13
Message: <37d5c639@news.povray.org>
Same here.

Thanks for watching!
-Ian

Nieminen Juha <war### [at] cctutfi> wrote in message
news:37d4e9b3@news.povray.org...
>   I would _really_ like to see a moray.unix newsgroup some day...
>
> --
> main(i,_){for(_?--i,main(i+2,"FhhQHFIJD|FQTITFN]zRFHhhTBFHhhTBFysdB"[i]
> ):5;i&&_>1;printf("%s",_-70?_&1?"[]":" ":(_=0,"\n")),_/=2);} /*- Warp -*/


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From: Ken Matassa
Subject: Re: Wow, this board IS dead.
Date: 21 Sep 1999 03:40:16
Message: <37E6FEFF.1465@pacbell.net>
Nieminen Juha wrote:
> 
>   I would _really_ like to see a moray.unix newsgroup some day...

Me too! I'm installing SuSE Linux 6.1 right now and plan to leave Win
3.1 in the dust. (Not wanting to infect my system with later versions O
Microsoft's bug ridden bloat ware, I have fortunatly missed the Win
95/98 experiance.) I'm wishing real hard for a Linux port of Moray.

Ken Matassa


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From: Ian Burgmyer
Subject: Re: Wow, this board IS dead.
Date: 28 Dec 1999 19:49:42
Message: <38691456@news.povray.org>
Ken Matassa <kma### [at] pacbellnet> wrote in message
news:37E### [at] pacbellnet...
> (Not wanting to infect my system with later versions O
> Microsoft's bug ridden bloat ware, I have fortunatly missed the Win
> 95/98 experiance.)

I'm still wondering how you can know that Windows 95/98 is bloatware and a
piece of crap if you've never tried it on your own systems.  I've had the
same views with it, ya know, running DOS and Win3.1, until I saw that it ran
better on my system then it did on my dad's.

Just for the note, I had a malfunctioning 486 DX2 80 (it was accidentally
overclocked for over three years) and Windows 95 worked perfect, even in
turbo mode, and on a 486 DX4 100 (they are BOTH AMDs), it was working O.K.,
but not perfect.

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From: Nieminen Juha
Subject: Re: Wow, this board IS dead.
Date: 29 Dec 1999 09:53:32
Message: <3869da1c@news.povray.org>
Ian Burgmyer <the### [at] hotmailcom> wrote:
: but not perfect.

  You said it.

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main(i,_){for(_?--i,main(i+2,"FhhQHFIJD|FQTITFN]zRFHhhTBFHhhTBFysdB"[i]
):5;i&&_>1;printf("%s",_-70?_&1?"[]":" ":(_=0,"\n")),_/=2);} /*- Warp -*/


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From: Ian Burgmyer
Subject: Re: Wow, this board IS dead.
Date: 30 Dec 1999 10:08:44
Message: <386b2f2c@news.povray.org>
Nieminen Juha <war### [at] punarastascstutfi> wrote in message
news:3869da1c@news.povray.org...
> Ian Burgmyer <the### [at] hotmailcom> wrote:
> : but not perfect.
>
>   You said it.

Heh.  That 486 DX4 100 is currently my mom's computer (was my dad's way back
when) and currently, we discovered (per my suggestion) that it runs Win98
better then Win95.  Kwel.  Now she can play FreeCell with a cool titlebar
gradient!  w00! :)

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From: Ken Matassa
Subject: Re: Wow, this board IS dead.
Date: 6 Jan 2000 04:48:13
Message: <12D4424E.234D@pacbell.net>
Ian Burgmyer wrote:
> 
> Ken Matassa <kma### [at] pacbellnet> wrote in message
> news:37E### [at] pacbellnet...
> > (Not wanting to infect my system with later versions O
> > Microsoft's bug ridden bloat ware, I have fortunatly missed the Win
> > 95/98 experiance.)
> 
> I'm still wondering how you can know that Windows 95/98 is bloatware and a
> piece of crap if you've never tried it on your own systems.  I've had the
> same views with it, ya know, running DOS and Win3.1, until I saw that it ran
> better on my system then it did on my dad's.
> 
> Just for the note, I had a malfunctioning 486 DX2 80 (it was accidentally
> overclocked for over three years) and Windows 95 worked perfect, even in
> turbo mode, and on a 486 DX4 100 (they are BOTH AMDs), it was working O.K.,
> but not perfect.
> 
> --
> This message brought to you by:
> -=< Ian (the### [at] hotmailcom >=-
> 
> Please visit my site at http://spectere2000.cjb.net! :)
I have experiance with both Win95 and Win98 at work, as well a slots of
input from others who use one or the other, incuding both my dad and
sister. (Just got back from visiting them over New Year's in nother
Califonia.) My experiance has been tha Windows locks up if you look at
it cross eyed. My system at home is a 486 DX-2 66 with 64 mg og ram. I
am getting ready to put Linux on it.

Ken Matassa


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From: Ian Burgmyer
Subject: :P
Date: 23 Jan 2000 11:35:43
Message: <388ae78f@news.povray.org>
Eh, at least it's Y2K compliant. :P (check your date settings!)

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Ken Matassa <kma### [at] pacbellnet> wrote in message
news:12D### [at] pacbellnet...
> Ian Burgmyer wrote:
> >
> > Ken Matassa <kma### [at] pacbellnet> wrote in message
> > news:37E### [at] pacbellnet...
> > > (Not wanting to infect my system with later versions O
> > > Microsoft's bug ridden bloat ware, I have fortunatly missed the Win
> > > 95/98 experiance.)
> >
> > I'm still wondering how you can know that Windows 95/98 is bloatware and
a
> > piece of crap if you've never tried it on your own systems.  I've had
the
> > same views with it, ya know, running DOS and Win3.1, until I saw that it
ran
> > better on my system then it did on my dad's.
> >
> > Just for the note, I had a malfunctioning 486 DX2 80 (it was
accidentally
> > overclocked for over three years) and Windows 95 worked perfect, even in
> > turbo mode, and on a 486 DX4 100 (they are BOTH AMDs), it was working
O.K.,
> > but not perfect.
> >
> > --
> > This message brought to you by:
> > -=< Ian (the### [at] hotmailcom >=-
> >
> > Please visit my site at http://spectere2000.cjb.net! :)
> I have experiance with both Win95 and Win98 at work, as well a slots of
> input from others who use one or the other, incuding both my dad and
> sister. (Just got back from visiting them over New Year's in nother
> Califonia.) My experiance has been tha Windows locks up if you look at
> it cross eyed. My system at home is a 486 DX-2 66 with 64 mg og ram. I
> am getting ready to put Linux on it.
>
> Ken Matassa


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From: Mario Splivalo
Subject: Re: Wow, this board IS dead.
Date: 20 Jul 2000 02:09:11
Message: <39765f46$1@news.povray.org>
Ken Matassa <kma### [at] pacbellnet> wrote:
> Nieminen Juha wrote:
>> 
>>   I would _really_ like to see a moray.unix newsgroup some day...

> Me too! I'm installing SuSE Linux 6.1 right now and plan to leave Win
> 3.1 in the dust. (Not wanting to infect my system with later versions O
> Microsoft's bug ridden bloat ware, I have fortunatly missed the Win
> 95/98 experiance.) I'm wishing real hard for a Linux port of Moray.


Yes, Linux is realy state of the art OS, and support is realy great, and
well, yes, you need to compile the kerlnel, and, well, no, we don't have
Word'n'stuff for linux, we do have TeX, you know, TeX is realy neat once
you get used to it...


Linux... gimme a break...

	Mike
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"I can do it quick. I can do it cheap. I can do it well. Pick any two."


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