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Subject: Re: Comma's
From: Dick Webb dwebb2@..............
Date: Sat, 01 Jan 2000 10:11:08 -0500


I can't answer your question but did see the event you mentioned.  It 
arrived in Raleigh at 11:23:08 UTC and seemed to be about 710 miles 
away.  When did you see it, where are you and what was your distance estimate?


At 03:02 PM 01/01/2000 +0000, you wrote:
>I was Ctrl R 'ing SDR from last night looking over last nights data and
>I seen a small event of some sort at 11:15z or so this morning. Nothing on
>When I do a save it saves the file my network drive but when I use Winquake
>it shows the file with a comma in front and won't read the data.
>By going in and looking at the files and even trying to rename they show
>no comma at the start in DOS or WINNT, but they still end up showing a
>comma at the start of the filename in Winquake and naturally can't be read.
>I guess because it's not the right filename ,000101D.ks1
>I've been fooling with this for about an hour, maybe I'm just groggy from
>working last night, but any one know what gives? I'm giving up and will try
>again later.
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