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BIZARRE!! I was logged in and all of a sudden my session was terminated!!



Yeah...  talk about the twilight zone!

I was just plodding alone trying to figure out how to
build and install snort on FC5T3 and BOOM!  A FLASH,
BLACK SCREEN OF VOID ---  silence ---  15 seconds ---
and then a blue login screen!  WHAT THE ....

Hmmm......

So, I logged back in....  checked the /var/log/message
and found the following....

Mar 18 01:37:19 copper thttpd[2582]: up 82800 seconds, stats for 3600
seconds:
Mar 18 01:37:19 copper thttpd[2582]:   thttpd - 0 connections (0/sec), 0
max simultaneous, 0 bytes (0/sec), 0 httpd_conns allocated
Mar 18 01:37:19 copper thttpd[2582]:   map cache - 0 allocated, 0 active
(0 bytes), 0 free; hash size: 0; expire age: 1800
Mar 18 01:37:19 copper thttpd[2582]:   fdwatch - 2770 polls
(0.769444/sec)
Mar 18 01:37:19 copper thttpd[2582]:   timers - 3 allocated, 3 active, 0
free
Mar 17 17:40:07 copper gconfd (root-3014): Received signal 15, shutting
down cleanly
Mar 17 17:40:10 copper gconfd (root-3014): Exiting
Mar 17 17:40:34 copper gconfd (root-1228): starting (version 2.13.5),
pid 1228 user 'root'
Mar 17 17:40:34 copper gconfd (root-1228): Resolved address
"xml:readonly:/etc/gconf/gconf.xml.mandatory" to a read-only
configuration source at position 0
Mar 17 17:40:34 copper gconfd (root-1228): Resolved address
"xml:readwrite:/root/.gconf" to a writable configuration source at
position 1
Mar 17 17:40:34 copper gconfd (root-1228): Resolved address
"xml:readonly:/etc/gconf/gconf.xml.defaults" to a read-only
configuration source at position 2
Mar 17 17:40:40 copper gconfd (root-1228): Resolved address
"xml:readwrite:/root/.gconf" to a writable configuration source at
position 0


Please note:  Today is MARCH 17th --  what the hell is thttd and
LOOK AT THE DATE!  MARCH 18th --

Did someone from Europe side pop me a reset?  (I am in PST Zone
at so I figured someone in the AM WEST of me....)

Boy.....  can anyone figure this out?

Dan


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