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Re: brloop not working
> > The first arg of brutessl is the file from which to read the config info.
> > "-" is a unix convention for the file "stdin".
> OK - I dig this, but brutessl on my Linux box is still complaining about
> usage...(sorry about the bandwidth but I assume other people are probably
> having similar problems)
> ++ nice -20 brutessl -
> usage: brutessl [-q] <filename> <checksum> <start segment> <no of
> brutessl [-q] -r <filename> [<no of segments>]
> brutessl [-q] -t [<hours>[:<minutes>]]
Use 'nice -20 brutessl -- -' instead. The '--' tells getopts() not to parse
anything else as arguments, then the next '-' will be interpreted correctly.
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