• Random Password

    From Biohazard@VERT to All on Sun Aug 6 12:31:00 2006

    Wondering if someone could help me in a quick mod I'd like to make with
    the BBS --

    I'd like to make it so that when a new user signs up, the random password that the BBS generates, I'd like that emailed to the user then the system
    boots them back to the shuttle menu. If anyone knows how this can be done,
    I'd greatly appreciate the help. Thanks.

    Regards,
    Timothy Arnold (Biohazard)
    telnet://biohazmat.ath.cx

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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Biohazard on Mon Aug 7 15:36:44 2006
    Re: Random Password
    By: Biohazard to All on Sun Aug 06 2006 12:31 pm


    Wondering if someone could help me in a quick mod I'd like to make with the BBS --

    I'd like to make it so that when a new user signs up, the random passwor that the BBS generates, I'd like that emailed to the user then the system boots them back to the shuttle menu. If anyone knows how this can be done, I'd greatly appreciate the help. Thanks.

    Download ftp://vert.synchro.net/main/sbbs_3rd/jsmailv.zip for an example.

    digital man

    Snapple "Real Fact" #87:
    A mile on the ocean and a mile on land are not the same distance.
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  • From Biohazard@VERT to Digital Man on Tue Aug 8 11:40:00 2006
    Re: Random Password
    By: Digital Man to Biohazard on Mon Aug 07 2006 16:36:00

    Download ftp://vert.synchro.net/main/sbbs_3rd/jsmailv.zip for an example.

    digital man

    Digital Man,

    Will check that one out, thanks for the help.

    Regards,
    Timothy Arnold (Biohazard)
    telnet://biohazmat.ath.cx

    Regards,
    Timothy Arnold (Biohazard)
    telnet://biohazmat.ath.cx

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  • From jas hud@VERT to Biohazard on Sun Aug 13 17:52:00 2006
    Re: Random Password
    By: Biohazard to All on Sun Aug 06 2006 01:31 pm


    Wondering if someone could help me in a quick mod I'd like to make with
    the BBS --


    are you the guy that wrote biohazard rumors?

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  • From Matt Munson@VERT to jas hud on Sun Aug 13 17:49:00 2006

    are you the guy that wrote biohazard rumors?
    and wrote bionews.

    Matt Munson - The Parallel BBS - parallel.darktech.org (4 line)



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  • From Jas Hud@VERT to Matt Munson on Sun Aug 13 18:59:34 2006


    are you the guy that wrote biohazard rumors?
    and wrote bionews.

    Matt Munson - The Parallel BBS - parallel.darktech.org (4 line)


    well, if he wrote biohazard rumors, then he is the same guy
    that had it on bbsfiles.com with a paypal link.

    using unbaja it was quite easy to prove that biohazard rumors was a 1:1 copy
    of mime's rumors, with a pricetag attached.

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  • From Finnigann@VERT to Jas Hud on Sun Aug 13 23:54:00 2006
    With regards to the social ramifications;
    Jas Hud wrote to Matt Munson <=-



    are you the guy that wrote biohazard rumors?
    and wrote bionews.

    Matt Munson - The Parallel BBS - parallel.darktech.org (4 line)


    well, if he wrote biohazard rumors, then he is the same guy
    that had it on bbsfiles.com with a paypal link.

    using unbaja it was quite easy to prove that biohazard rumors was a 1:1 copy of mime's rumors, with a pricetag attached.


    Letsee.... someone on Dovenet objects to selling someone elses work and
    yet gives away other people's work. Is that you 1BMF?

    From: Jas Hud Line: 1/23 78%
    To: All Stat: Pvt Read Repl Mark Save
    Subj: icedit / quikedit

    Hey kids!

    I just uploaded registered copies of iceedit and Quikedit [my favorite]
    (both abandonware as far as i'm concerned)

    Alot of that pot/kettle thing going around!!






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  • From Matt Munson@VERT to Finnigann on Sun Aug 13 20:28:00 2006

    I just uploaded registered copies of iceedit and Quikedit [my favorite] (both abandonware as far as i'm concerned)

    Alot of that pot/kettle thing going around!!


    The author of QuikEdit refuses to release the source or sell teh source. Because he feels he doesnt want to waste the time with it. He said crack the bloody thing since I dont really want to do anything with it.

    See the thread in bbsfiles.com's where's the authors section.

    Matt Munson - The Parallel BBS - parallel.darktech.org (4 line)



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  • From Finnigann@VERT to Matt Munson on Mon Aug 14 10:49:00 2006

    With regards to the social ramifications;
    Matt Munson wrote to Finnigann <=-


    I just uploaded registered copies of iceedit and Quikedit [my favorite] (both abandonware as far as i'm concerned)

    Alot of that pot/kettle thing going around!!


    The author of QuikEdit refuses to release the source or sell teh
    source. Because he feels he doesnt want to waste the time with it. He
    said crack the bloody thing since I dont really want to do anything
    with it.

    See the thread in bbsfiles.com's where's the authors section.


    Is it _still_ his code?


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  • From Matt Munson@VERT to Finnigann on Mon Aug 14 08:27:00 2006

    Is it _still_ his code?
    Yes, but he said screw it, just use the key generator or crack.
    im not gonna go thru my tape drives to grab the source to sell or give out.

    Matt Munson - The Parallel BBS - parallel.darktech.org (4 line)



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  • From Death@VERT to Matt Munson on Mon Aug 14 14:32:00 2006

    The author of QuikEdit refuses to release the source or sell teh source. Because he feels he doesnt want to waste the time with it. He said crack the bloody thing since I dont really want to do anything with it.
    See the thread in bbsfiles.com's where's the authors section.

    You must understand that Finnigann knows absoulutly shit about
    nothing.. He just ASSUMED that Jas was putting illegal software up for download.. Simply because he doesn't like him very much and wanted a
    reason to insult him. However, if he would have done a little research
    before posting his bullshit, he would have known the author didn't
    care. Ahh well.. =o)

    Death



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  • From Finnigann@VERT to Death on Mon Aug 14 16:20:00 2006
    With regards to the social ramifications;
    Death wrote to Matt Munson <=-


    The author of QuikEdit refuses to release the source or sell teh source. Because he feels he doesnt want to waste the time with it. He said crack the bloody thing since I dont really want to do anything with it.
    See the thread in bbsfiles.com's where's the authors section.

    You must understand that Finnigann knows absoulutly shit about
    nothing.. He just ASSUMED that Jas was putting illegal software up for download.. Simply because he doesn't like him very much and wanted a reason to insult him. However, if he would have done a little research before posting his bullshit, he would have known the author didn't
    care. Ahh well.. =o)

    Not so. (I did look over the site but found nothing regarding those
    titles).

    Even if Rob uploaded registered software to his own BBS, I would have
    written pretty much the same thing. Coupled with his message about
    supporting RA which as I can tell is also abandoned software.

    Unless the Software author expressly states the software is public
    domain, then it is NOT public property. It's sad when an author
    abandons software but they are under no obligation to make it public.
    when they no longer wish to work on it. They might change their mind at
    some point in the future. or not...

    In any case, no one else can make the decision for the author.

    Not to question Jas Hud's honesty but others might not adhere to the
    truth where software ownership is concerned.

    If you can't get it from the lawful owner, then you can't get it.

    That's my opinion.


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  • From Radagast@VERT to Death on Mon Aug 14 16:13:00 2006
    Re: Random Password|rumors
    By: Death to Matt Munson on Mon Aug 14 2006 14:32:00

    You must understand that Finnigann knows absoulutly shit about
    nothing.. He just ASSUMED that Jas was putting illegal software up for download.. Simply because he doesn't like him very much and wanted a
    reason to insult him. However, if he would have done a little research before posting his bullshit, he would have known the author didn't
    care. Ahh well.. =o)

    He uses the same tactics regarding politics.

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  • From Biohazard@VERT to jas hud on Sun Aug 20 10:07:00 2006
    Re: Random Password|rumors
    By: jas hud to Biohazard on Sun Aug 13 2006 18:52:00

    are you the guy that wrote biohazard rumors?

    Yes & Bionews which is now called SyncNews -- Merlin and I did that proggy. Rumors, I did that one and had lost the archive for it when I went on a 2 year break from BBSing. So, if anyone has the Rumors module archive that I did up, can you send it? Thanks. =D


    Regards,
    Timothy Arnold (Biohazard)
    telnet://biohazmat.ath.cx

    Regards,
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    telnet://biohazmat.ath.cx

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  • From Jas Hud@VERT to Finnigann on Sat Aug 26 20:57:51 2006

    Letsee.... someone on Dovenet objects to selling someone elses work and
    yet gives away other people's work. Is that you 1BMF?

    From: Jas Hud Line: 1/23 78%
    To: All Stat: Pvt Read Repl Mark Save Subj: icedit / quikedit

    Hey kids!

    I just uploaded registered copies of iceedit and Quikedit [my favorite] (both abandonware as far as i'm concerned)

    Alot of that pot/kettle thing going around!!


    hey, moron, there is no relation.

    taking someone's FREE code and saying it is yours and selling it is WRONG.
    that is what happened here.

    my uploading registered copies of abandonware from 10+ years ago that nobody could buy if they wanted to is not a bad thing.

    get your facts straight, idiot.

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  • From Finnigann@VERT to Jas Hud on Sun Aug 27 08:42:00 2006
    With regards to the social ramifications;
    Jas Hud wrote to Finnigann <=-


    Letsee.... someone on Dovenet objects to selling someone elses work and
    yet gives away other people's work. Is that you 1BMF?

    From: Jas Hud Line: 1/23 78%
    To: All Stat: Pvt Read Repl Mark Save Subj: icedit / quikedit

    Hey kids!

    I just uploaded registered copies of iceedit and Quikedit [my favorite] (both abandonware as far as i'm concerned)

    Alot of that pot/kettle thing going around!!


    hey, moron, there is no relation.

    taking someone's FREE code and saying it is yours and selling it is
    WRONG. that is what happened here.

    my uploading registered copies of abandonware from 10+ years ago that nobody could buy if they wanted to is not a bad thing.

    get your facts straight, idiot.


    You and the facts speak for themselves.

    If you don't see the difference then why should anyone else?




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  • From Matt Munson@VERT to Jas Hud on Sat Aug 26 20:13:00 2006

    my uploading registered copies of abandonware from 10+ years ago that nobody could buy if they wanted to is not a bad thing.
    The author said i dont want to deal with issuing registration codes he said "<sigh>" i guess you should use a key gen.

    Matt Munson - The Parallel BBS - parallel.darktech.org (4 line)



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  • From Biohazard@VERT to Digital Man on Mon Sep 11 17:15:42 2006
    Re: Random Password
    By: Digital Man to Biohazard on Mon Aug 07 2006 03:36 pm


    Wondering if someone could help me in a quick mod I'd like to make wi the BBS --

    I'd like to make it so that when a new user signs up, the random pass that the BBS generates, I'd like that emailed to the user then the system boots them back to the shuttle menu. If anyone knows how this can be done I'd greatly appreciate the help. Thanks.

    Download ftp://vert.synchro.net/main/sbbs_3rd/jsmailv.zip for an example.

    Digital Man,

    Downloaded the above but it doesn't really help me out -- I want the most important thing and that's the new user questions, i.e. alias, real name, etc. I'm trying to create a baja code to do this but have been busy with other things. Thanks for the help.

    Regards,
    Timothy Arnold (Biohazard)
    telnet://biohazmat.ath.cx
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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Biohazard on Mon Sep 11 18:48:13 2006
    Re: Random Password
    By: Biohazard to Digital Man on Mon Sep 11 2006 05:15 pm

    Wondering if someone could help me in a quick mod I'd like to make the BBS --

    I'd like to make it so that when a new user signs up, the random p that the BBS generates, I'd like that emailed to the user then the sys boots them back to the shuttle menu. If anyone knows how this can be d I'd greatly appreciate the help. Thanks.

    Download ftp://vert.synchro.net/main/sbbs_3rd/jsmailv.zip for an example.

    Digital Man,

    Downloaded the above but it doesn't really help me out -- I want the most important thing and that's the new user questions, i.e. alias, real nam etc. I'm trying to create a baja code to do this but have been busy with oth things. Thanks for the help.

    The new questions for alias and real name are *built-in* to Synchronet, no module is needed. Logon to any Synchronet BBS as "new" and you'll be prompted for these items (so long as the sysop has "real name" enabled in SCFG->System->New User Values->Question Toggles).

    digital man

    Snapple "Real Fact" #36:
    A duck's quack doesn't echo.
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  • From Biohazard@VERT to Digital Man on Tue Sep 12 10:15:00 2006
    Re: Random Password
    By: Digital Man to Biohazard on Mon Sep 11 2006 19:48:00

    The new questions for alias and real name are *built-in* to Synchronet, no module is needed. Logon to any Synchronet BBS as "new" and you'll be prompte for these items (so long as the sysop has "real name" enabled in SCFG->System-> New User Values->Question Toggles).

    Digital Man,

    Thanks for the help.

    Regards,
    Timothy Arnold (Biohazard)
    telnet://biohazmat.ath.cx

    Regards,
    Timothy Arnold (Biohazard)
    telnet://biohazmat.ath.cx

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  • From Boomer@VERT to Digital Man on Tue Sep 12 14:32:00 2006
    Re: Random Password
    By: Digital Man to Biohazard on Mon Sep 11 2006 07:48 pm


    Snapple "Real Fact" #36:
    A duck's quack doesn't echo.
    Norco, CA WX: 84.9F, 37% humidity, 0 mph ENE wind, 0.00 inches rain/24hrs


    So someone actually took a duck to the Grand Canyon to test this out?
    Inquiring minds want to know! :)



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  • From Corey@VERT to Boomer on Tue Sep 12 11:49:00 2006
    Re: Random Password
    By: Boomer to Digital Man on Tue Sep 12 2006 02:32 pm

    Re: Random Password
    By: Digital Man to Biohazard on Mon Sep 11 2006 07:48 pm


    Snapple "Real Fact" #36:
    A duck's quack doesn't echo.
    Norco, CA WX: 84.9F, 37% humidity, 0 mph ENE wind, 0.00 inches rain/24hr


    So someone actually took a duck to the Grand Canyon to test this out? Inquiring minds want to know! :)




    I think it's like that scream in the woods thing,
    if a tree falls on a beaver and the beaver screams,
    but, there is no one there to hear the beaver screaming,
    does the beaver still scream?

    This message has ended, go in peace...

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  • From Mindless Automaton@VERT to Boomer on Tue Sep 12 16:24:00 2006
    Boomer wrote:
    Re: Random Password
    By: Digital Man to Biohazard on Mon Sep 11 2006 07:48 pm


    Snapple "Real Fact" #36:
    A duck's quack doesn't echo.
    Norco, CA WX: 84.9�F, 37% humidity, 0 mph ENE wind, 0.00 inches rain/24hrs


    So someone actually took a duck to the Grand Canyon to test this out? Inquiring minds want to know! :)


    Obviously you have not been watching your Mythbusters:

    Episode 8: Escape From Alcatraz, Duck Quack, Stud Finder
    In this episode, Jamie and Adam retrace the steps of the infamous
    prisoners who escaped from Alcatraz without a trace in 1962. Although
    all were presumed drowned, our mythbusters are determined to find out if
    it's possible to survive the tides of the San Francisco Bay in a
    homemade raft. On a less precarious, but still hilarious note, they'll
    attempt to answer the age-old question: Does a duck's quack echo? And
    then there's the simply unhinged notion that a stud finder can prove
    whether or not human beings have been guinea pigs in mind control
    experiments. Yes, really.

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  • From Belly@VERT to Boomer on Tue Sep 12 20:36:00 2006
    Re: Random Password
    By: Boomer to Digital Man on Tue Sep 12 2006 03:32 pm

    A duck's quack doesn't echo.

    So someone actually took a duck to the Grand Canyon to test this out? Inquiring minds want to know! :)

    I think Mythbusters actually took this one on.

    I don't remember their conclusion, but I'm pretty sure that a quack will echo just like any other sound.


    o
    (O)
    BeLLy


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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Boomer on Tue Sep 12 19:24:39 2006
    Re: Random Password
    By: Boomer to Digital Man on Tue Sep 12 2006 02:32 pm

    Re: Random Password
    By: Digital Man to Biohazard on Mon Sep 11 2006 07:48 pm


    Snapple "Real Fact" #36:
    A duck's quack doesn't echo.
    Norco, CA WX: 84.9F, 37% humidity, 0 mph ENE wind, 0.00 inches rain/24hr


    So someone actually took a duck to the Grand Canyon to test this out? Inquiring minds want to know! :)

    No, but the Myth Busters tested this myth and busted it (it's false - a duck's quack *does* echo).

    digital man

    Snapple "Real Fact" #84:
    Oysters can change genders back and forth.
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  • From Boomer@VERT to Digital Man on Wed Sep 13 11:47:00 2006
    Re: Random Password
    By: Digital Man to Boomer on Tue Sep 12 2006 08:24 pm

    Snapple "Real Fact" #36:
    A duck's quack doesn't echo.

    No, but the Myth Busters tested this myth and busted it (it's false - a duck quack *does* echo).

    digital man

    So you admit that you are knowingly passing on false and incorrect
    information. I thought much higher of you then that. Guess we can't trust what you say. How depressing. :)


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  • From Corey@VERT to Boomer on Wed Sep 13 13:21:00 2006
    Re: Ducks
    By: Boomer to Digital Man on Wed Sep 13 2006 11:47 am

    Re: Random Password
    By: Digital Man to Boomer on Tue Sep 12 2006 08:24 pm

    Snapple "Real Fact" #36:
    A duck's quack doesn't echo.

    No, but the Myth Busters tested this myth and busted it (it's false - a d quack *does* echo).

    digital man

    So you admit that you are knowingly passing on false and incorrect information. I thought much higher of you then that. Guess we can't trust what you say. How depressing. :)



    maybe it depends on the type of duck?

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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Boomer on Wed Sep 13 15:35:46 2006
    Re: Ducks
    By: Boomer to Digital Man on Wed Sep 13 2006 11:47 am

    Re: Random Password
    By: Digital Man to Boomer on Tue Sep 12 2006 08:24 pm

    Snapple "Real Fact" #36:
    A duck's quack doesn't echo.

    No, but the Myth Busters tested this myth and busted it (it's false - a d quack *does* echo).

    So you admit that you are knowingly passing on false and incorrect information. I thought much higher of you then that. Guess we can't trust what you say. How depressing. :)

    Snapple should call them "Real Myths" instead. :-)

    digital man

    Snapple "Real Fact" #33:
    Termites eat through wood two times faster when listening to rock music!
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  • From Artiken@VERT to Digital Man on Sun Sep 17 04:43:00 2006
    Digital Man wrote:

    Re: Ducks
    By: Boomer to Digital Man on Wed Sep 13 2006 11:47 am

    Re: Random Password
    By: Digital Man to Boomer on Tue Sep 12 2006 08:24 pm

    Snapple "Real Fact" #36:
    A duck's quack doesn't echo.

    No, but the Myth Busters tested this myth and busted it (it's false - a d
    quack *does* echo).

    So you admit that you are knowingly passing on false and incorrect information. I thought much higher of you then that. Guess we can't trust
    what you say. How depressing. :)

    Snapple should call them "Real Myths" instead. :-)

    digital man

    Snapple "Real Fact" #33:
    Termites eat through wood two times faster when listening to rock music!

    I tried testing the termite one. I didn't really notice a change in work speed. I couldn't tell if their production increased or decreased. The
    stupid termites kept leaving their headphones laying all around the
    place. They had no problem in signing them out. But would they sign them
    back in when they were done with them. NOPE! Now I got to hire ants to
    pick up after the termites.

    It is sure hard to find decent help these days...... I can tell you one
    thing, those termites are NOT getting a Christmas bonus this year.

    Artiken

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  • From Artiken@VERT to Biohazard on Sun Sep 17 05:13:00 2006
    Biohazard wrote:

    Re: Random Password|rumors
    By: jas hud to Biohazard on Sun Aug 13 2006 18:52:00

    are you the guy that wrote biohazard rumors?

    Yes & Bionews which is now called SyncNews -- Merlin and I did that proggy. Rumors, I did that one and had lost the archive for it when I went on
    a 2 year break from BBSing. So, if anyone has the Rumors module archive that I
    did up, can you send it? Thanks. =D

    Did you want;
    rmrs_22.zip (by BBS: WasteLand BBS 314-978-8981 FidoNet: Trace McRae@1:100/350) dated 2/9/1998

    I ftp'ed it from Vert a few weeks ago. It is under Baja Mods.
    There are two others that are .exe types. rumor1.zip and rumors12.zip
    those are under sbbs_3rd (party) directory.

    Artiken

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  • From Jas Hud@VERT to Artiken on Sun Sep 17 09:58:00 2006
    Re: Re: Random Password|rumor
    By: Artiken to Biohazard on Sun Sep 17 2006 06:13 am

    Did you want; rmrs_22.zip (by BBS: WasteLand BBS 314-978-8981
    FidoNet: Trace McRae@1:100/350) dated 2/9/1998

    I ftp'ed it from Vert a few weeks ago. It is under Baja Mods. There
    are two others that are .exe types. rumor1.zip and rumors12.zip
    those are under sbbs_3rd (party) directory.


    trace is pistolgrip, that's not the archive he wanted.

    i also made a rumors mod that displays several hundred thousand rumors randomly, with random colors.

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  • From Biohazard@VERT to Artiken on Mon Sep 18 18:45:00 2006
    Re: Re: Random Password|rumor
    By: Artiken to Biohazard on Sun Sep 17 2006 06:13:00

    OTE: DCTEdit v0.04 [0]
    Yes & Bionews which is now called SyncNews -- Merlin and I
    did that proggy. Rumors, I did that one and had lost the
    archive for it when I went a 2 year break from BBSing. So,
    if anyone has the Rumors module archive th did up, can you
    send it? Thanks. =D
    Did you want; rmrs_22.zip (by BBS: WasteLand BBS
    314-978-8981 FidoNet: Trace McRae@1:100/350) dated 2/9/1998

    Artiken,

    Thanks for the help but I actually found a copy. I've been updating the program and the user is now capable of creating unlimited rumors and edit as well.

    Regards,
    Timothy Arnold (Biohazard)
    telnet://biohazmat.ath.cx

    ... AD&D Rule: +5 Platemail only comes in two sizes, too large & too small.

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  • From MRoblivious1bmf@VERT to Finnigann on Mon Aug 28 21:16:45 2006
    To: Finnigann
    .,: This is something about Random Password|rumors,
    Finnigann said it to Jas Hud on Sun Aug 27 2006 08:42 am ---------------------------------------------------------------------

    You and the facts speak for themselves.

    If you don't see the difference then why should anyone else?

    i spelled it all out nice and slow for you.
    your though process is flawed, honestly.

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  • From MRoblivious1bmf@VERT to Matt Munson on Mon Aug 28 21:18:16 2006
    To: Matt Munson
    .,: This is something about Random Password|rumors,
    Matt Munson said it to Jas Hud on Sat Aug 26 2006 08:13 pm ---------------------------------------------------------------------

    my uploading registered copies of abandonware from 10+ years ago that nob could buy if they wanted to is not a bad thing.

    The author said i dont want to deal with issuing registration codes he said "<sigh> " i guess you should use a key gen.

    well, i guess that is the final word then.

    too bad, with a couple of bug fixes and additions,i know quite a few people [including me] who would have loved to buy it.

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