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I0OJJ  > XNET     04.06.11 15:27l 35 Lines 1138 Bytes #999 (0) @ WW
BID : 46LI0OJJ_002
Read: DK3UZ DL8SFG DG8NGN GUEST DG4MFN
Subj: XNET files clean up
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From: I0OJJ @ I0OJJ.ILAZ.ITA.EU (Gus)
To:   XNET @ WW
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Hi all,
it is very frequent that my XNET and some of its partners, and
very many other systems around the world, DO NOT link each other
for various reasons.
Very often, the main reason concerns the *missed* clean up of files
(see the below list) generated by XNET itself during its normal job.

So, from time to time it is a good practice to made such a clean up,
*specially* after a XNET stop due to the missed electric energy or
after a PC switch off, or after the XNET file(s) editing.  

Warning: also a *great* number of nodes displayed after the 'stat'
command denotes such a misconfigured/uncleaned stations... so,
you are advised... :)

----==-- _ 73, gustavo i0ojj
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------------------------------cut here------------------------------
|-- BOOTPARA.CFG
|-- BOX.CFG
|-- BROADCAS.CFG
|-- FLEXNET.CFG
|-- NET002.CFG
|-- NETROM.CFG
|-- XNET.LOG
|-- statstat.cfg
------------------------------cut here------------------------------


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