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From: Valdis.Kletnieks at (
Subject: SSH Exploit Request 

On Sat, 15 Nov 2003 02:18:42 -0200, Rodrigo Barbosa said:

> fastboot ??? :)

Yes, I know all the myriad ways of rebooting various flavors of
Unixoid systems.  Try "kill -9 %1' to kill a background job and miss
the % when you're logged in as the wrong user sometime. :)

The question was why I didn't use -r.  Usually, I tried, got the expected
syntax error, cursed, and used the SysV flavor and gotten the order wrong.
An error that I've never actually made while within 75 feet of the console :)
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