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- This list is intended to be a quick-turnaround trouble shooting
aid for those who administer and manage Alpha AXP systems running
Digital UNIX. Its primary purpose is to provide the Digital UNIX system
manager with a quick source of information for system management
problems that are of a time-critical nature.
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- Discussions on ANY topic are very strongly discouraged and will
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- If it is not specifically related to Digital UNIX management,
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recommendations are tolerated, provided that the hardware in
question is something that system managers normally purchase.
- Requests for software (free or otherwise) should be limited to
software that is directly related to Digital UNIX management ONLY.
- PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE...Think before you send a message! Ask
yourself "is this really appropriate?" There are enough other
newsgroups and mailing lists around to cover the marginal topics.
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