And one might notice that in general, the practice for this
particular list is not to.
For my part, I really would prefer if people didn't do it.
Yes, I do.
Don't you find top-posting terribly confusing ?
Anywho, it was mentioned somewhere along the way that the command-
line doc wasn't ready and would get posted after the others.
On Oct 31, 2007, at 3:24 PM, Clint McIntosh wrote:
I've read the list and even posted the very same question right
after Conrad Klahn let us know the documents were up. I still
haven't seen an answer to the question: Where is the command line
administration document that is mentioned ad nauseum in all the
Leopard Server docs?
Someone had mentioned some file attachment that got filtered out by
the list server but I'm not going to download a mystery script file
from someone I don't know anyway.
Clint McIntosh -- email@hidden
On Oct 31, 2007, at 2:51 PM, email@hidden
Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2007 17:43:19 +0000
From: Simon Slavin <email@hidden>
Subject: Re: Command-Line Administration doc
To: OS X Server List <email@hidden>
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On 31 Oct 2007, at 5:30pm, Michael Steinfeld wrote:
I am see references all over the place for this doc in 'other'
docs, yet I cannot find it anywhere. Am I missing something, or
just not available yet?
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