RE: log vs login

Subject: RE: log vs login
From: "Brad" <kiwi -at- best -dot- com>
To: "Katie Crowley Rosenberg" <krosenbe -at- easysystemsinc -dot- com>, "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 24 Nov 1999 17:38:22 -0800

> My argument is that 1) multiple wrongs don't make a right and 2)
> "set up" is the verb and "setup" is the noun, but "log in" is
> always a verb and "log" is the noun.

Login or logon are either:
- adjectives (example, the logon field)
- nouns (example, the logon)

"Log" alone suggests to me that there's a log file somewhere or a tree that
has been cut down and cut into lengths.

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