Either the stack moves to Hamburg or Hamburg moves to the stack
(or - even better - nothing moves and someone from the US does it).
Spoken like a true European. And everyone wonders why Americans can't
seem to get any help on this mailing list...
I should have added a ";-)" to the end of the first part of the above
quouted sentence from me, my fault.
And in case you didn't noticed, i already offered to come over to the US
for a week or two in case i get a place to sleep and access to an ISDN
passive card using the Siemens chipset and an ISDN line. And i did _not_
mean "please pay me the flight and a hotel". Is this still not enough
for you ? I'm sorry then, i don't have to give more than that.
And for the rest of your mail: i have really no idea, how it can be that
someone so completely misunderstands me like you are obviously doing.
Hellmuth Michaelis hm...@kts.org Hamburg, Europe
We all live in a yellow subroutine, yellow subroutine, yellow subroutine ...
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