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From: hinnant@ittral.UUCP (David Hinnant)
Newsgroups: net.unix
Subject: calling all VALID workstation users
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Date: Mon, 29-Oct-84 19:47:36 EST
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Posted: Mon Oct 29 19:47:36 1984
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  I'm looking for users of Valid Logic System's engineering workstations
to exchange information with on various topics including UNIX, Scald
tools, bugs, etc.  I'd ideally like to set up an electronic mailing list
of Valid workstation managers across the world, and if there is enough
interest, create a USENET group for discussion of Valid concerns (no pun

  I've found a number of bugs in Valid's software; both in their UNIX
implementation and in their applications.  Valid's UNIX implementation
doesn't include UUCP, and I don't believe their development machines are
connected to UUCP/USENET in any manner.  I know from talking with some
Valid users that many have experienced problems similar to those I have
experienced.  I'd like to find out just how many.  So, Valid users,
unite!  If you'd like to be included in the mailing list, let me know.

					David Hinnant
 					ITT - Telecom
 					LSI Design Center
 					(919) 878-8100

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