Re: Test mail

From: Paul Mundt (lethal@ChaoticDreams.ORG)
Date: Mon Jul 30 2001 - 06:07:47 EST

On Mon, Jul 30, 2001 at 10:29:45AM +0400, Alexander V. Bilichenko wrote:
> It's not solution (ex. I like Windows as workstation because of too buggy
> and inconvenient X, W2k does not crash at all and have much more convenient
> interface. A lot of people use Linux only on servers and connecting to it
> using SSH or smth like that), but someone should be moron to run something
> like that in zip-file.

These things are just the internet's way of natural population control. Those
people who execute things blindly of their own accord deserve whatever happens
to them.

While these things are a nuisance, they're hardly that big of a deal. These
kind of things have existed forever, and people have somehow managed to get

If people are that concerned that they might possibly be exploited by it,
they have a number of solutions:

        1) Get a real OS
        2) Get a real Email client
        3) Apply common sense where possible

These 3 easy steps are the quickest way to abolish these kind of things once
and for all.


Paul Mundt <>

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