Dallman Ross wrote:
On Sat, Jul 08, 2006 at 06:12:02PM -0700, $Bill Luebkert wrote:
I pay panix $100/year (discounted yearly rate for $10/mo. nominally),
and that does include web space. I highly recommend panix as a
pristine, premium shell provider. Give my name as your source so
I can further broaden my godwill with management. :-)
You can use a DNS forwarding service such as zoneedit.com (I
recommend them; free for the first handful of domains) to point a
domain name to the assigned panix web space.
My ISP for the internet is Adelphia due to the fact that I have their
cable. When I needed a website (still on dialup then), I looked for
the cheapest with the mostest on UNIX/Linux and have been happy with
their hosting ever since. Cable costs my like $40+ (plus the $45 for
the TV part), so keeping the website low helps.
Btw, I was amused, on reading Ruud's post about the unneeded "$"
in a condition of yours, that it was emulative of the unneeded "$"
in your From: address. :-) I was surprised Ruud failed to use that
as a launching point for discussing the "$" he mentioned.
That $ represents a 1 superimposed over an S and not really a dollar
sign - long story that goes back to my computer operator days, but
people I worked with did call me dollar and dollar bill since they
didn't know the origin. Fakes the Perlers out too. :)
I re-posted the simple two rules I needed in response to the first
reply, hopefully someone can fix/verify them for me.
Bart seems to have done so.
I think I have it figured - see my reply to Bart which I'm still
editing but should get out shortly. I'm not good with the standard
UNIX stream utilities/filters so I switched it to a Perl script.
On Sat, Jul 08, 2006 at 10:20:57AM -0500, Gerald V. Livingston II
Please, please, please don't top-post on this list!
That's not a top-post - that's a 'combining two post responses into
one to save bandwidth' thingy. ;)
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