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Problem w/ scubaesc:~user$ ???What is this???


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Can someone please tell me what scubaesc is?
I cant find anything on google related to it except somebody's random email address
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some type of unix file observation system.( :confused: ???)

Whenever Im on campus and use their wireless network, i see this :

scubaesc:~user$

on my terminal command line instead of

aok:~user$

where aok is the name of my computer....hmmmmmm WTF is this?
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