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Freebsd Fortunes 4:  1141 of 2327

If you don't know what game you're playing, don't ask what the score is.
 
Freebsd Fortunes 4:  1142 of 2327

If you don't like the way I drive, stay off the sidewalk!
 
Freebsd Fortunes 4:  1143 of 2327

If you don't say anything, you won't be called on to repeat it.
                -- Calvin Coolidge
 
Freebsd Fortunes 4:  1144 of 2327

If you don't strike oil in twenty minutes, stop boring.
                -- Andrew Carnegie, on public speaking
 
Freebsd Fortunes 4:  1145 of 2327

If you drink, don't park.  Accidents make people.
 
Freebsd Fortunes 4:  1146 of 2327

If you ever want to have a lot of fun, I recommend that you go off and program
an imbedded system.  The salient characteristic of an imbedded system is that
it cannot be allowed to get into a state from which only direct intervention
will suffice to remove it.  An imbedded system can't permanently trust anything
it hears from the outside world.  It must sniff around, adapt, consider, sniff
around, and adapt again.  I'm not talking about ordinary modular programming
carefulness here.  No.  Programming an imbedded system calls for undiluted
raging maniacal paranoia.  For example, our ethernet front ends need to know
what network number they are on so that they can address and route PUPs
properly.  How do you find out what your network number is?  Easy, you ask a
gateway.  Gateways are required by definition to know their correct network
numbers.  Once you've got your network number, you start using it and before
you can blink you've got it wired into fifteen different sockets spread all
over creation.  Now what happens when the panic-stricken operator realizes he
was running the wrong version of the gateway which was giving out the wrong
network number?  Never supposed to happen.  Tough.  Supposing that your
software discovers that the gateway is now giving out a different network
number than before, what's it supposed to do about it?  This is not discussed
in the protocol document.  Never supposed to happen.  Tough.  I think you
get my drift.
 
Freebsd Fortunes 4:  1147 of 2327

If you explain something so clearly that no
one can possibly misunderstand, someone will.
 
Freebsd Fortunes 4:  1148 of 2327

If you fail to plan, plan to fail.
 
Freebsd Fortunes 4:  1149 of 2327

If you find a solution and become attached to it,
the solution may become your next problem.
 
Freebsd Fortunes 4:  1150 of 2327

If you flaunt it, expect to have it trashed.
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