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On Thu, 8 Feb 2001 17:15:34 -0500, Eric Siegerman <address@hidden>

>Here's what I wrote a couple of months ago (with a few small
>revisions) in response to a similar question.  I guess it's a FAQ
>(hint to that person who's compiling one).

Thanks for that, it was very useful!

We have the same problem here, with the added complication that lots
of the users don't know Unix at all, and need to edit the files under


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