Re: Script web page

Colin L. Hildinger (
Wed, 23 Apr 97 21:03:08 -0500

On Wed, 23 Apr 1997 21:27:04 -0400 (EDT), Dan Calle wrote:

>On Mon, 21 Apr 1997, Joshua Weage wrote:
>> Could someone mail me the address for the
>> script web page? I am currently running a perl script
>> that kills the process whenever a user logs in, but there
>> has to be a better way to do it.
>I'm sure you have some reason for doing this, but I can't figure it out. If
>you're unsatisfied with a nice level of 10, nice it to the max (19 or 20,
>usually). This both prevents deschall from getting in the user's (or any
>other process') way as well as allowing deschall to run between the user's
>keystrokes and so on.
>Why reinvent the wheel and replace it with a square one?
>Even if you're not using Unix, aren't WinDOS or WNT bright enough to handle
>prioritized processes in a semi-intelligent manner?

NT does a good job if you throw enough RAM at it, but 95 is a pitiful
multitasker. Especially if you throw DOS and Windows 3.1 programs into
the mix. It really sucks then.

Colin L. Hildinger

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