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Date: Mon, 24 Aug 2009 12:47:10 -0600
From: RB <>
Subject: Re: patching error :((

On Mon, Aug 24, 2009 at 10:36, websiteaccess<> wrote:
>   Pllleeeeaaasse in the name of Our Lord Jesus Christ ! I need john
> with IPB2, PHPSMD5, RAWMD5, RAW SHA1, SALT SHA1, phpass-3 ($H$).
>   Is someone can  patch with "Performance patch for
>" , "Fast rawMD5 SSE2 patch for",
> "phpass-3 patch for", and others algorithms to get
> finally john with "IPB2, PHPSMD5, RAWMD5, RAW SHA1, SALT SHA1, phpass-3
> ($H$)"
>  It will take you only > 5 minutes < to apply patches.
>  Don't compile, I will compile here with my mac os X (10.5)
>  Thanks to people who wish help me.
>  PS: Please don't send me endless questions  -> I DON'T KNOW PATCHES
> SOURCES, that's why I need help.

Unfortunately, this is the very reason people are asking questions
instead of handing you a free meal.  To be perfectly frank, you come
across as a k1dd13 who can't be bothered to think for themselves or
learn something new.  If somebody did as you asked and custom-patched
the source for you, nobody gains - you don't have any further
understanding of the process, and they will see you come back time and
again for more handouts.

I think I can speak for most of the list when I say that we're all
willing to help people who show signs of learning and understanding
because one day those people will in turn help others in our place.
Over the years I've been part of this list, I have seen no such growth
from you.  If you have a specific question (or error message) about
patching sources or compiling, _please_ ask - we will be glad to help
you understand why they are happening and how to fix them.  If you are
going to demand someone do work for you for free, please find another
tool to use.

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