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From: (Alan B Clegg)
Subject: off-the-air
Date: 17 Feb 92 18:21:12 GMT

Greetings everyone.

Due to work, I have to upgrade from SunOS 4.1.1 to 4.1.2,
and the easiest way is to re-install from scratch.  This will take me about
a day to get everything back up right, so...

This upgrade impacts the linux-standards mailing list, and the anonymous
FTP archive on banjo.  These services will be resumed as soon as I am able
to get them going.

Back in a few days...
--                         Alan Clegg - Network Programmer
KD4JML (just my luck!)                  MCNC -- Center for Communications

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