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From: W Bauske (wsbparalleldata.com)
Date: Fri Jan 11 2002 - 13:48:30 CST
What were the first couple bytes of the file?
Perhaps you stumbled upon some sort of strange magic number.
"Andrew A. Gill" wrote:
> I was recently trying to print a text file on my RH 7.0 system, when I
> got the following message (printed, but not on screen):
> No way to print this type of input file: fsav (linux) virus (25960-10)
> Subsequent attempts to print led to a similar error, with a different
> number (25960-10). The file was not in any way corrupt (that I could
> see), and editing the first line made the problem go away.
> Does anyone know what this means?
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