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Re: FIXED, Definitely. (well, maybe not)

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Author "Barry K dot Nathan" <barryn at pobox dot com>
Full name "Barry K dot Nathan" <barryn at pobox dot com>
Date 2003-12-16 16:02:20 PST
Message On Tue, Dec 16, 2003 at 06:33:16PM -0500, Hunter Matthews wrote:
> Sorry for both mistakes barry, I'm juggling too many things.

No problem, I'm juggling tons of stuff too so I understand.

[snip]
> So, if the access handler isn't running, nothing bad will happen (in the
> 1.4.x and 1.5.x trees anyway, which are all anonymous anyway).
[snip stuff about type handler being pretty vital]

Just to clarify, FWIW, in case you didn't look at my logs (I don't know
if you did): Access handler is running, type handler isn't.

-Barry K. Nathan <barryn at pobox dot com>

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Fedora as server: 7.x clients OK, 8.0/9 clients broken -- help! "Barry K dot Nathan" <barryn at pobox dot com> "Barry K dot Nathan" <barryn at pobox dot com> 2003-12-15 07:08:25 PST
     Re: Fedora as server: 7.x clients OK, 8.0/9 clients broken -- help! jwbernin John Berninger 2003-12-15 07:33:43 PST
     Re: Fedora as server: 7.x clients OK, 8.0/9 clients broken -- help! hunterm Hunter Matthews 2003-12-15 07:59:00 PST
         Re: Fedora as server: 7.x clients OK, 8.0/9 clients broken -- help! "Barry K dot Nathan" <barryn at pobox dot com> "Barry K dot Nathan" <barryn at pobox dot com> 2003-12-15 15:52:58 PST
         Re: Fedora as server: 7.x clients OK, 8.0/9 clients broken -- help! "Barry K dot Nathan" <barryn at pobox dot com> "Barry K dot Nathan" <barryn at pobox dot com> 2003-12-15 17:59:15 PST
             Re: Fedora as server: 7.x clients OK, 8.0/9 clients broken -- help! cwertman Chris Wertman 2003-12-15 19:47:10 PST
                 FIXED...Maybe.... Fedora as server: 7.x clients OK, 8.0/9 clients broken -- help! cwertman Chris Wertman 2003-12-15 21:52:32 PST
                     FIXED, Definitely. "Barry K dot Nathan" <barryn at pobox dot com> "Barry K dot Nathan" <barryn at pobox dot com> 2003-12-16 01:05:17 PST
                         Re: FIXED, Definitely. hunterm Hunter Matthews 2003-12-16 13:38:05 PST
                             Re: FIXED, Definitely. "Barry K dot Nathan" <barryn at pobox dot com> "Barry K dot Nathan" <barryn at pobox dot com> 2003-12-16 14:58:08 PST
                                 Re: FIXED, Definitely. hunterm Hunter Matthews 2003-12-16 15:33:16 PST
                                     Re: FIXED, Definitely. (well, maybe not) "Barry K dot Nathan" <barryn at pobox dot com> "Barry K dot Nathan" <barryn at pobox dot com> 2003-12-16 16:02:20 PST
                     Re: FIXED...Maybe.... Fedora as server: 7.x clients OK, 8.0/9 clients broken -- help! Ricardo Gorosito <rgorosito at alternativagratis dot com> Ricardo Gorosito <rgorosito at alternativagratis dot com> 2003-12-16 08:33:13 PST
                         Re: FIXED...Maybe.... Fedora as server: 7.x clients OK, 8.0/9 clients broken -- help! hunterm Hunter Matthews 2003-12-16 13:41:17 PST
                     Re: FIXED...Maybe.... Fedora as server: 7.x clients OK, 8.0/9 clients broken -- help! Hunter Matthews <thm at duke dot edu> Hunter Matthews <thm at duke dot edu> 2003-12-16 13:37:27 PST
     Re: Fedora as server: 7.x clients OK, 8.0/9 clients broken -- help! Ricardo Gorosito <rgorosito at alternativagratis dot com> Ricardo Gorosito <rgorosito at alternativagratis dot com> 2003-12-15 09:19:27 PST
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