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From: ieefc@msu.oscs.montana.edu (ieefc@msu.oscs.montana.edu)
Date: Fri Nov 19 08:27:02 1993
We've got a problem for the 4M5I operation because our portable
computers don't have enough serial ports for the normal network
scheme - i.e. in/out on each com port to a single computer.
Does anybody know if you can daisy chain to two computers using
a single com port.  In from one on RxD and out to the other on 
TxD?  If the daisy chain is a ring this would work if the software
supported it.  Any clues anybody?  Thanks, 73, Fred KE7X

>From Lyndon Nerenberg <lyndon@unbc.edu>  Fri Nov 19 17:05:38 1993
From: Lyndon Nerenberg <lyndon@unbc.edu> (Lyndon Nerenberg)
Subject: pirated software
Message-ID: <Pine.3.07.9311190936.G8410-9100000@unbc.edu>

> One question - is it possible to always tell the logging program used 
> just from the print out (disk file submitted)?

No. Anyone with a text editor, or a port of sed or awk, can do just about
anything to mess up the log file into another format.


>From Jim Reisert AD1C  19-Nov-1993 1246 <reisert@wrksys.enet.dec.com>  Fri Nov 
>19 17:41:24 1993
From: Jim Reisert AD1C  19-Nov-1993 1246 <reisert@wrksys.enet.dec.com> (Jim 
Reisert AD1C 19-Nov-1993 1246)
Subject: QSL habits
Message-ID: <9311191741.AA25651@us1rmc.bb.dec.com>

------------------Reply to mail dated 19-NOV-1993 11:50:21.21------------------

Martin, IK2RMZ asked:

>Imagine: We meet in the next contest and I send you the info:
>    599001 PSE QSL CRD 73 DE IK2RMZ
>What's ur reaction?

3.) I don't QSL unless I receive a qsl

I answer my received QSL cards 100%.  But I have to receive a card first.  I
have no time during contests to take notes on who wants cards.

>Would you interpret the phrase
>    599001 PSE QSL 73 DE IK2RMZ
>to be identical to the phrase above?


73 - Jim AD1C

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