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anyone have OSCAR 1.0 install documenation?

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i have the documentation for 2.0.  but i need 1.0

please email to me at ragesh@startec.net and i'll give you the points.

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OSCAR clustering, or Oscar PKI?
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clustering
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OK, just sent.

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you da man!

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you da man!

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Another satisfied customer!

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Thanks for the points.
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