RE: Sun Sparc Client

Adam Haberlach (HaberlaA@testlab.orst.edu)
Fri, 11 Apr 1997 15:01:59 -0700


Hmm...I think we REALLY need to work on keep the archives
seperate...or try and get the violation people to join us...

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Adam Haberlach      haberlaa@ucs.orst.edu
http://www.engr.orst.edu/~haberlad
Crack DES now! http://www.frii.com/~rcv/deschall.htm

> -----Original Message----- > From: Bill Moller [SMTP:mollew@rpi.edu] > Sent: Friday, April 11, 1997 1:26 PM > To: 'Joshua Weage'; des > Subject: RE: Sun Sparc Client > > one idea, you're running a DES violation client. > ~Bill > > mollew@rpi.edu > RPI, #1003 Chruch VI > 110 8th Street > Troy, NY 12180 > (518)276-4755 > > -----Original Message----- > From: Joshua Weage [SMTP:weage@mtu.edu] > Sent: Friday, April 11, 1997 4:18 PM > To: des > Subject: Sun Sparc Client > > I tried the two sun sparc clients, one for solaris, > the other for SunOS. Neither of them worked on the machines > I have available, which are running SunOS 5.5. > Here is the output: > > DES Violation Client v1.0 > (C) Copyright 1997 the DES Violation Group > gethostbyname: Error 0 > Obtaining keyspace from keyserver.des.violation.net. > Error connecting to server. > Waiting 2 minutes.... > > Any ideas? I just started running deschall on > my Pentium machine, so I'm not very famillar with it. > But, I tried running it > nohup deschall >& /dev/null & > and it hangs expecting keyboard input. Any ways to run > the process in the background? > Thanks for any ideas. > > Josh > > > -- > - Joshua Weage weage@mtu.edu http://www.me.mtu.edu/~weage - > - "A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security - > - of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear - > - arms, shall not be infringed." - > - Second Amendment U.S. Constitution -