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RE: How are you creating accounts on RSTS

That's how I noticed that 1,32 and 1,44 were missing entries in $ACCT.SYS -
I ran WHOIS and compared the results to $MONEY.  I guess I'll try to use
REACT to add myself.  Anybody know who 1,32 is?  Despite it being the first
four letters of my last name, the only command I remember is 'T'.  It would
probably be nice to sort $ACCT.SYS, but that sounds like a job for Rich...


On Tue, Jul 21, 1998 12:25 PM, Eric Thayer <mailto:eht@cs.cmu.edu> wrote:
>You can use $money to find out what PPN's are assigned.  $ACCT.SYS seems
>be incomplete.
>-----Original Message-----
>From: owner-rsts@mcws.net [mailto:owner-rsts@mcws.net]On Behalf Of Ed
>Sent: Tuesday, July 21, 1998 3:09 PM
>To: rsts@mcws.net
>Subject: Re: How are you creating accounts on RSTS
>On Fri, Jul 10, 1998 12:03 PM, Alan Flippen <mailto:flippen@nytimes.com>
>>I've written a little program to lookup account names. It's called
>>WHOIS.BAS and it's on my account [1,53] on the sim. Run it (priv users
>>only) and it will ask you for a PPN; you can enter a single PPN and it
>>look up the account name, or enter the word ALL and it will list all the
>>accounts in $ACCT.SYS.
>>Now we just need to put all the accounts that are already on the sim into
>>$ACCT.SYS ...
>It looks like there's only two missing - [1,32] and [1,44].  I'm [1,44].
>Who's [1,32] - Ernie?
>And can I just use REACT to add them, or will that mess things up because
>they already exist?