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Subject: Duplicates...
From: Arlie Davis <>
To: (Linux Mailing List)
Date: Thu, 16 Jan 92 16:14:13 EST

I'm starting to see duplicate messages from the mailing list -- any clues, or
is this just a net.hiccup?

Subject: Hmmmm...too much of a good thing?  =8^)
Date: Fri, 17 Jan 1992 00:26:50 +0200
From: Ari Lemmke <>
In-Reply-To: "Ken Corey, CSCI Major..."'s message of Thu, 16 Jan 1992 15:59 CDT 

>Is it just me, or are we ALL getting 2 copies of the mail about linux?

	It should not happen. There was only one person who had
	2 entries caused by requesting two times ;-)

	We have no 300+ Linux activists on the mailing list, and
	every day there's 20 or more requesting for joining.

	You can check the mailing list:
		'telnet 25'
		'vrfy linux-activists'
	and to quit use ;-)

	I'm going to start RFD about comp.os.linux, and when
	the voting comes, I hope you do vote for it ...
	Still we are _not_ going to end this mailing list,
	because there are sites which don't have access to news.

	Also for the future we might need special hackers
	list .. where only Linux kernel hacking is


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