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Mac OS 9 According to Apple, after upgrading to Mac OS 9, you may suddenly lose your USB adapter card. As a fix, reinstall the USB adapter card support 1.2. For the most recent version, go to
http://asu.info.apple.com/swupdates.nsf/artnum/n1148

Win NT Win NT 4 SP 6 may cause problems for Lotus Notes/Domino users. Unless you’re an NT administrator or a member of the administrator’s group, you may suddenly find that you’re cut off from all Notes/Domino Internet services, such as mail, newsgroups, or Web browsing. A fix for this is available at
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q245/6/78.asp

Red Hat There’s a fix for Red Hat Linux 6.1 (Intel only) init scripts package to fix a security problem. If you’re using csh/tcsh as the login shell, there’s a possibility that some arbitrary shell code could be run during login, compromising security. A patch for this is available at
http://www.redhat.com/corp/support/errata/RHSA1999052-01.html.

Word According to Microsoft, Word may run out of memory when you format a table in page layout view. This problem, which may also occur when you use the AutoFormat command, may cause your PC to stop responding. You may also receive one of the following error messages: “The formatting in this document is too complex” or “There is not enough memory to update display.” As temporary workaround go to Tools>Options>Save and turn off the “Allow fast saves” check box, and click Normal in the View menu. 

Courtesy Bugnet

 

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