Re: [SLE] stealth VNC connection
From: Adrian Costescu (kos_at_kos.ro)
To: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Thu, 12 Feb 2004 11:00:30 +0200
A lot of people from this forum come from countries economically more advanced
It is true.
I hope that in the same time this advance provides happiness, culture and
wisdom for not judging other people ... at least not upon our "history or
apparently our lax privacy laws".
I also don't understand why do you think that "it's repugnant to most people
who are in the free software arena to help people, colleagues and friends who
post from countries like Romania" ... Why, Mr.Andersen?
Anyway, If you believe or not, my request has an legitimate, but also private,
I'm working for a passenger road transport company from Romania, well known
nationally and abroad for the accuracy of the business.
If anyone is truly interested I will tell the name of the company... for
proving our honesty.
We have agencies (our agencies) around our country and we connect the
computers (our computers) to the main server through an ssh connection. We
use this kind of connection for data booking exchange but also for remote
control, self maintenance and for evaluating our employees job - because of
the distance between agencies.
This is who we are ... several Romanian guys who try to do their jobs ...
Mr.Andersen, maybe you think so but we do not have time for spying our
computers or telling other people in forums what it's right or wrong. We have
a lot to do for proving that the differences between our countries it's just
a matter a time and place. We, the people, are the same. If you cry, I will
cry ... if you bleed, I will bleed ... Mr.Andersen, believe me, we are the
And don't argue with the peoples who defend us ...
It's a waste of time. It's nothing of argue for ...
In the same time, Mr.Schneider ask for a reason ... hmmm, nobody really wait
for our answer ... maybe nobody was interested in our answer.
This is it ... quite simple.
But before finishing, I have to thank you "Radule Soskic" for friendship.
See ... you still have a beautiful and great "historical" country ...
This is my last input in this thread!
Sorry for bandwidth waste ...
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