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Michael Collier wrote:
> Me too! Me too!
> I document Linux and SCO Unix apps, and poke around in Solaris once in a
> while, though nothing is being developed there. I have an NT box,
> but I use
> Hummingbird's Exceed to pipe the displays to my NT machine and
> run the apps
> right from my desktop. And I work on the Linux/Unix machines directly for
> installations and other things I can't do over the pipe.
Add another to the list... I just today finished a User Guide and
Administration Guide for a Solaris-based telecommunications management
software package... finished it 5 minutes before the house started swaying,
the pottery came off the shelves, the powerlines whipped back and forth, a
plant fell off the toilet, and the dog freaked out!
The place is a mess, but no major damage and we're all okay...
having an interesting day in Seattle...
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