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  1. #1
    tug@mine.com NNTP User

    login script blank!

    help!!!! some fool has wiped the container login script we have 3 lines
    left! is there anyway whatsoever of recovering it? is it located in a file
    somewhere?

    thanks

  2. #2
    Edward van der Maas NNTP User

    Re: login script blank!

    tug@mine.com wrote:

    > help!!!! some fool has wiped the container login script we have 3
    > lines left! is there anyway whatsoever of recovering it? is it
    > located in a file somewhere?


    Not really. All you can do is restore your ds in a test tree and copy
    it from there.

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    Cheers,
    Edward

  3. #3
    Lindsey Johnstone NNTP User

    Re: login script blank!

    tug@mine.com wrote:

    > help!!!! some fool has wiped the container login script we have 3
    > lines left! is there anyway whatsoever of recovering it? is it
    > located in a file somewhere?
    >
    > thanks


    No back up of the script? We have our container script copied out every
    time a change is made, and we record not the changes, but the reasons
    for the change. After running basically the same scriot for over ten
    years, some of the reasons for the changes fall into the deep murky.
    Oh, and additionally, we keep a running log of all DS changes.

    --
    Lindsey

  4. #4
    Edward van der Maas NNTP User

    Re: login script blank!

    Lindsey Johnstone wrote:


    > No back up of the script? We have our container script copied out
    > every time a change is made, and we record not the changes, but the
    > reasons for the change. After running basically the same scriot for
    > over ten years, some of the reasons for the changes fall into the
    > deep murky. Oh, and additionally, we keep a running log of all DS
    > changes.


    Most people learn it the hard way ;)


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    Cheers,
    Edward

  5. #5
    Lindsey Johnstone NNTP User

    Re: login script blank!

    Edward van der Maas wrote:


    > Most people learn it the hard way ;)


    Yep, and I was one of them.

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    Lindsey

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