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LNX-BBC bug help: instructions for request <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org


                 Introduction to the bug system request server

   There is a mailserver which can send the bug reports and indices as
   plain text on request.

   To use it you send a mail message to request <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org. The
   Subject of the message is ignored, except for generating the Subject
   of the reply.

   The body you send should be a series of commands, one per line. You'll
   receive a reply which looks like a transcript of your message being
   interpreted, with a response to each command. No notifications are
   sent to anyone for most commands; however, the messages are logged and
   made available in the WWW pages.

   Any text on a line starting with a hash sign # is ignored; the server
   will stop processing when it finds a line starting with quit, stop,
   thank or two hyphens (to avoid parsing a signature). It will also stop
   if it encounters too many unrecognised or badly-formatted commands. If
   no commands are successfully handled it will send the help text for
   the server.

                              Commands available

   send bugnumber
   send-detail bugnumber
          Requests the transcript for the bug report in question.
          send-detail sends all of the `boring' messages in the
          transcript, such as the various auto-acks (you should usually
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LNX-BBC bug help: instructions for request <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org


                 Introduction to the bug system request server

   There is a mailserver which can send the bug reports and indices as
   plain text on request.

   To use it you send a mail message to request <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org. The
   Subject of the message is ignored, except for generating the Subject
   of the reply.

   The body you send should be a series of commands, one per line. You'll
   receive a reply which looks like a transcript of your message being
   interpreted, with a response to each command. No notifications are
   sent to anyone for most commands; however, the messages are logged and
   made available in the WWW pages.

   Any text on a line starting with a hash sign # is ignored; the server
   will stop processing when it finds a line starting with quit, stop,
   thank or two hyphens (to avoid parsing a signature). It will also stop
   if it encounters too many unrecognised or badly-formatted commands. If
   no commands are successfully handled it will send the help text for
   the server.

                              Commands available

   send bugnumber
   send-detail bugnumber
          Requests the transcript for the bug report in question.
          send-detail sends all of the `boring' messages in the
          transcript, such as the various auto-acks (you should usually
(Continue reading)

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Processed: LNX-BBC bug help: instructions for request <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org

Processing commands for request <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org:

>                  Introduction to the bug system request server
Unknown command or malformed arguments to command.
(Use control <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org to manipulate reports.)

>    There is a mailserver which can send the bug reports and indices as
Unknown command or malformed arguments to command.
(Use control <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org to manipulate reports.)

>    plain text on request.
Unknown command or malformed arguments to command.
(Use control <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org to manipulate reports.)

Too many unknown commands, stopping here.

No commands successfully parsed; sending the help text(s).
Sending instructions for request <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org in separate message.

Please contact me if you need assistance.

Nick Moffitt
(administrator, LNX-BBC bugs database)
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Processing commands for request <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org:

> Processing commands for request <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org:
Unknown command or malformed arguments to command.
(Use control <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org to manipulate reports.)

> > Important textfile!
Unknown command or malformed arguments to command.
(Use control <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org to manipulate reports.)

> Unknown command or malformed arguments to command.
Unknown command or malformed arguments to command.
(Use control <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org to manipulate reports.)

Too many unknown commands, stopping here.

No commands successfully parsed; sending the help text(s).
Sending instructions for request <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org in separate message.

Please contact me if you need assistance.

Nick Moffitt
(administrator, LNX-BBC bugs database)

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