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Re: [vox] the quantum bash shell



I dunno if this is related, but I've typed similar things before (usu. with
the cd command), and it's gone through before.  It's usually with letters
next to each other, so I suppose there's some explanation why us sloppy
typers can get around.
--Seth

Peter Jay Salzman wrote:

> at yesterday's IF, i personally watched a guy type:
>
> cd /var/loig/
>
> no error message was generated.  we did a pwd and sure enough we were in
> /var/log.  we were so shocked that we took a picture of the screen to
> prove that this indeed happened.
>
> i believe the system was a newly installed stock redhat.  there must be
> some kind of logical explanation, but darned if i know it.
>
> perhaps FSF has started development of a fuzzy quantum shell?
>
> when the guy sends me the picture, i'll put it up on my website for all
> to see.
>
> pete
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