RE: Oracle Security Alert #68 - Security Vulnerabilities in Oracl e's Server Product - Win2000

Well, there was a guy named Plato who told the story saying that after
many years of living in a cave and eternal twilight, we are not capable
of looking directly at the One Truth. The same principle applies to DOS,
Winduhs and Novell users having problems with a real OS. It's very hard 
to start using chainsaw after using a stone ax for years, and the most 
probable result is the Texas chainsaw massacre. Be careful what you type. 
NO! Don't touch that! NOOOOOO!


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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Cornio, Georgette Ms USACFSC 
> [mailto:Georgette.Cornio@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
> Sent: Friday, September 17, 2004 12:30 PM
> To: 'oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx'
> Subject: RE: Oracle Security Alert #68 - Security 
> Vulnerabilities in Oracl e's Server Product - Win2000


> 
> So for WIN/Novell only shops, this is NO fun time.
> 
> We are looking to run SUSE LINUX for the DBs,
>  since this is now covered by our Novell licenses.
> 
> But LINUX is NO fun for DOS/WIN/Novell users of many years.
> 
> Georgette
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