For some reason, every time our server reboots, some users get an NVI
message (I don't even know what that is...) -- anyway, there's no reason
that some users get it and some don't , near as I can tell, but as you can
see below, it annoys some people... how do I stop it???
To: root <root>
Date: Wednesday, March 25, 1998 10:31 PM
Subject: Re: Nvi saved the file .login
>STOP SENDING ME THIS STUPID GODDAMN MESSAGE PLEASEEEEEE.
>>On Mon Nov 3 10:09:56 1997, the user spalley was editing a
>>file named .login on the machine ls.wustl.edu, when it was
>>saved for recovery. You can recover most, if not all, of the
>>changes to this file using the -r option to nex or nvi:
>> nvi -r .login
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