Re: Command Line

Paonia Ezrine (paonia@exon.massart.edu)
Sat, 3 May 1997 01:06:33 -0400 (EDT)


>
> This may be a really obvious question but...
>
>
> Why do we have to specify the keyserver on the command line? Can't it
> just be hardwired in? If the keyserver does change, won't Rocke just
> change the DNS mapping so that "keymaster.verser.frii.com" has a
> different IP? It seems to me that just this simple change would
> (sadly) make the client much easier to use.
because not everone uses the same keyserver so people use proxys or
gateways.
>
> Also, does deschall ever access the executable after it is started up?
> I want to walk into the computer lab, stick my disk in the machine, run
> deschall, take my disk and leave. Any problems with this?
>
mac on pc. I would work on a pc. Not sure about a mac. You could always
copy it to temp space and then leave. This might be considered rude though
mostly the leaving it running part.
paonia

> Scott McIntyre
> ------------
> smcintyr@eden.rutgers.edu
> DES Rutgers - http://nowhammy.dorm.rutgers.edu - Break the Code
>
>

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