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Special Forums Cybersecurity Fed up of Viruses Post 19235 by jacx2 on Monday 8th of April 2002 12:31:43 PM
Old 04-08-2002
It isn't a very dangerous virus, just more of a slight fault but thanks anyway
Test Your Knowledge in Computers #880
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SCADA systems that tie together decentralized facilities such as power, oil, gas pipelines, water distribution and wastewater collection systems were designed to be open, robust, easily operated and repaired, and highly secure.
True or False?

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outocp(1)							       Omega								 outocp(1)

outocp - debug an OCP file SYNOPSIS
outocp is used for debugging Omega Compiled Translation Process (OCP) files. It generates some statistics about the OCP file, and then runs through the states that the file defines. Omega Translation Processes are rules used to translate one character set to another and to choose between characters with one or more con- text-sensitive variants. OTPs could also be used to change the case or hyphenation of text. BUGS
None known, but report any found to <> (mailing list). SEE ALSO
ocp2otp(1), otp2ocp(1), omega(1). Draft Manual for the Omega System (omega-manual.dvi). Web page: <> AUTHOR
The primary authors of Omega are John Plaice <> and Yannis Haralambous <>. This manual page was written by C.M. Connelly <>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system. It may be used by other distributions without contacting the author. Any mistakes or omissions in the manual page are my fault; inquiries about or corrections to this manual page should be directed to me (and not to the primary author). Omega September 2000 outocp(1)

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