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Participation Points for auther_bin

Posted on 2001-07-26
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auther_bin, answer this question and I'll give you the points for your participation in the question about long user names for RedHat linux.
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auther_bin earned 100 total points
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OH my GOD I just see this today:)

Am I later
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by:periwinkle
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LOL - glad to give you the award, late or not!<G>

Thanks again for your help.
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The one to say thanks is me:)

Thanks for your longe time of help.
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