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SubjectRe: Directory name problem...


On Sun, 25 Oct 1998, Michael H. Warfield wrote:

> Mark Jefferys enscribed thusly:
> > On Sun, Oct 25, 1998 at 05:00:25PM +0000, Riley Williams wrote:
>
> > % Already tried, and he's not interested, but I did find out what script
> > % he's using...
> > %
> > % Q> #!/bin/sh
> > % Q> XYZZY="`find / -name core`"
> > % Q> for LOOP in `find $XYZZY | sort -ru` ; do
> > % Q> rm -fr $LOOP
> > % Q> done
>
> You have GOT to be kidding me!?!?!
>
> > <sigh>
>
> > mkdir -p "evil /how/did/this/get/deleted/I/needed/that /core"
>
> Oh beautiful! How about this instead... If you know the name
> of the script (say /usr/local/stupid_BOFH_admin/rmcore) then use this
> instead:
[snip some stuff]
BOFH? Make it UberLuser with attitude and root password. IMHO some
use of sendmail and passwd may be called for. Make him change the password
to BLuserFH and to send yout local PHB an e-mail, asking said PHB to
remind him that new root password being (see above).


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