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From: magidj@cellbio.duke.edu (Jonathan Magid)
Subject: reggae has a name change!!!
Date: 19 Aug 92 18:36:22 GMT


Howdy all,
As I have noted to several people who asked for reggae.oit.unc.edu's 
IP address,reggae has changed its name and its IP address; it will
not do so again in the foreseable future.  For Linux stuff, you
will want to login to sunsite.unc.edu or for those unlucky few
with out name service, 152.2.22.81.

jem
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