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Re: bash/fork problem on Win server 2003 with terminal serve

"Corinna Vinschen" wrote...
> On Apr 20 14:09, Lionel B wrote:
> > "Lionel B" wrote...
> > > "Corinna Vinschen" wrote...
> > > > On Apr 14 14:55, Lionel B wrote:
> > > > > Hi,
> > > > >
> > > > > I seem to have hit the same issue as described in:
> > > > >
> > > > >
> > > >
> > > > Please test the latest snapshot from
> > >
> > > Thanks, it appears to fix the problem. Will test more thoroughly.
> >
> > Just checking: the fix doesn't appear to have made it into the 1.5.15-1 release - is that correct?
> No.

Errrm... is that:

(A) "No, it hasn't fixed the problem"


(B)  "No, that is not correct, it has fixed the problem"?

I spent a couple of weeks in Korea once and was warned that in the Korean language (Hangul...or is that Hangugo?)
questions are answered very literally; so if you were answering in Hangul I'd have to assume (B). Now I suspect that
German doesn't have quite the same attitude as English (or Korean) towards - if not questions, then at least negatives
(as in it uses a double negative... I think). Notwithstanding, pending information to the contrary I'm assuming (A).

It could have been more fun if I'd asked: "is that not correct" or, perhaps better still: "that is correct, is it not?".


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