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On Friday 22 August 2003 19:36, P. Christeas wrote:
> >On Fri, 22 Aug 2003, Sulaiman Alhasawi wrote:
> >> >>>>www.heise.de/newsticker/data/jk-19.08.03-000/imh0.jpg
> >>
> >> What is the language on "System V" code ? ;-)
> >
> >English using a Greek font.
> >
> >Gr{oetje,eeting}s,
> > Geert (\Gamma\epsilon\epsilon\rho\tau)
>
> The font is not any Greek font. It is the M$ 'Symbol' one. Other fonts
> would not have this effect at all.
>
> It seems that the misplaced font is the result of much tampering ;) .
> Moreover, this could mostly happen in a M$ machine. Some comment on SCO
> about this ?

Since greek characters are easy for me to read here is said conversion since
people are curious:

As part of the kernel evolution towards modular naming, the
functions malloc and mfree are being renamed to pmalloc and pmfree
Compatibility will be maintained by the following assembler code:
(also see mfree/pmfree below)

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