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ahoffmann earned 33 total points
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THANKS.
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Yes, thanks for your help :-)
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it's always nice to join your questions 'cause there's a discussion anhow :-)
Hope you understand my very short, and sometimes sarcastic, comments.

KISS     - keep it small and simple
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Because of 'discussion'. I just thought I'd better put a link up here.
http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qManageQuestion.jsp?ta=linuxadmin&qid=20174696
So anyone arriving here would find it easier to understand what the discussion was all
about. ; )

> Hope you understand my very short, and sometimes sarcastic, comments.
No problem, I enjoy the company of people who know how to combine their expert knowledge
with a good portion of humour. : )

However, I think you also understand, that my questions are often based on
situations of serious interest, even if they sometimes sound a bit funny when
originated in my 'Linux speak' : )

> KISS  - keep it small and simple

Sounds like a very good solution to my original question ; )
Ok, so your points well deserved for the basic ' KISS ' idea : )

See you later  
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