[RC5] DES II

gindrup at okway.okstate.edu gindrup at okway.okstate.edu
Fri Jan 2 11:13:52 EST 1998


     Right.  Now do the same thing so that it works for OS/2, Win95, Win3.x 
     and DOS.  (Client16 and Client32 for NetWare).  Heh.
            -- Eric Gindrup ! gindrup at okway.okstate.edu


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Subject: Re: [RC5] DES II 
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Date:    12/24/97 4:17 PM


On Wed, 24 Dec 1997, Christopher Hodson (Consultant) wrote:
     
> dan carter wrote:
> > 
[...]
> > Saying 'just kill the
> > exisiting client before replacing it' is easy to say, and easy to do on 
> > an individual machine, but it's very difficult, without specialised
> > tools, to automate it for a large number of clients. 
[...]
     
> In unix, I can do:
> mv running running.old
> cp newest running
> 
> This does not stop the current process, but the next time it goes for 
> that
> name, it will be the new one.
     
Or under Linux, I could do:
kill `pidof rc564`
cp rc564.new rc564
(cd /var/rc564; RC5INI=/var/rc564/rc564.ini /usr/bin/rc564 > /dev/null) &
     
        -=- James Mastros
-- 
Information as a base of power is coming to an end.  In the way the world 
works tomorrow, the power to *do* *something* *with* *information* is what 
will matter. 
     
        -=- James Mastros, rephrasing Nugget (David McNett, distributed.net 
            Big Man)
     
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