- From: matthewt@xxxxxxxxxxxx (Matt S Trout)
- Date: 14 Oct 2005 02:02:43 GMT
In article <slrndksqdc.6ol.als@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Alexander Schreiber <als@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>Carl Inglis <willbounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> On 2005-08-23, K. Ari Krupnikov <ari@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> abuse@xxxxxxxxxxxx (Anthony de Boer - USEnet) writes:
>>> displays are running jvaqbjf underneath. Talk about a psychological
>> I recently had a nasty shock when visiting the bank downstairs from our
>> offices. There had been a brief power cut, and I walked into the branch
>> to see all the cash machines rebooting. I then realised that what I was
>> seeing was a Jvaqbjf AG Jbexfgngvba boot sequence. This did not help me
>> to enhance my calm.
>Let me guess, it isn't going to enhance your calm either when I tell
>you that there are now ATMs out there running a more experimentally
>nicknamed successor to this festering pile of bytes?
Last time I saw a Windaz'ed ATM, it was at a 2k desktop. A little playing
demonstrated that the number pad, enter and cancel worked as expected and
the side keys were mapped to F1-8. I even got Windaz Unhelpful up ...
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