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  1. Thread: xp license

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    Does Microsoft sell something similiar to a...

    Does Microsoft sell something similiar to a corporate CD then, but more towards the needs of a local computer store (that builds and installs XP on their computers)?
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    Try verifying the e-mail server package with rpm...

    Try verifying the e-mail server package with rpm -V. That will compare the files to the rpm database and make sure none of them changed. Is the server Postfix?
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    I had the exact same problem about a week ago -...

    I had the exact same problem about a week ago - tried permissions and everything. This website helped me out:
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    Linux - AIDE IDS

    I just installed AIDE on a linux server (from an rpm), and everything seemed to go well, but I ran into a problem.

    A lot of different sources suggest that you keep the binary, conf, and database...
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    Howto: Wireless router -> Existing LAN

    How to connect a wireless router to an existing network

    In order to connect wirelessly at my house, I went out and bought a wireless linksys router. Worked great. However, after switching DSL...
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    No, I updated Kerio not too long ago, I think it...

    No, I updated Kerio not too long ago, I think it was actually a few weeks ago, not the beginning of november. I'll see if there's another update/pach, whatever.

    If not, it must be the rules,...
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    I guess that's why, that Kerio isn't supported....

    I guess that's why, that Kerio isn't supported. I've had the windows firewall disabled since I installed SP2. Thanks for your replies.
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    Kerio Firewall problem

    Hey everyone,

    I've been having some trouble lately with the firewall I've been using for quite some time, Kerio PF 4. I found out that when I browse the internet with IE, Kerio thinks that some...
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    You should format your hard drive to NTFS. This...

    You should format your hard drive to NTFS. This won't stop them from running other programs, but it can stop them from deleteing/modifying or reading ceratin files, including ones you might want to...
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    Sorry about that. I didn't really mean gzipped...

    Sorry about that. I didn't really mean gzipped web server, I really meant a web server capable of compressing pages with gzip.

    By no means am I an expert on this subject, but basically if a client...
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    Gzipped web server?

    Did you guys think of setting up a gzippped web server for AO? I know that it costs more in CPU usage, but better to buy a faster cpu once than pay more in bandwidth costs every month ;)

    Just a...
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    I guess none of you use webmin (www.webmin.com),...

    I guess none of you use webmin (www.webmin.com), but that's what I used to configure iptables. A big security downside of webmin is that the entire program is run by root, but since I only allow my...
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    Thanks everyone for your help, I fixed everything...

    Thanks everyone for your help, I fixed everything now. The nat router only lets port 25 in, and the rules that cacosapo mentioned worked perfectly.
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    Thanks for your replies. Cacosapo, those two...

    Thanks for your replies. Cacosapo, those two rules at the end of your post would work for all services then? So for example, if I also wanted to put a webserver online, I would open port 80 incoming...
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    Thanks for your reply, DreamDown. Its required...

    Thanks for your reply, DreamDown. Its required that I open the local ports, since it talks to other mail servers and the way tcp works, its needed to do that (unless there's a more secure way to...
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    Linux Iptables firewall

    I'm not a newbie to firewalls or networking, but I don't have a degree in them either. I noticed something interesting just now, and I hoped someone could explain this.

    I was configuring a fairly...
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    Ok this I never understood. Why would business...

    Ok this I never understood. Why would business SDSL at a slower speed be more expensive than ADSL at a faster speed?

    At verizon.com, they advertise business DSL with speeds of 1.5M/384K with a...
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    Well, if the ISP blocks port 25 from getting to...

    Well, if the ISP blocks port 25 from getting to your computer, that would mean even though you are running your SMTP server on port 25, no mail is ever going to get to you, since it will be blocked....
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    maybe...hahah come on it was just a thought

    maybe...hahah come on it was just a thought
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    I've used a dynamic DNS service in the past, and...

    I've used a dynamic DNS service in the past, and that's what I was planning to use if I got the service from Verizon. I just wanted to make sure that it is legal to run a server with Verizon biz DSL...
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    Thanks for your reply, CXGJarrod. I called...

    Thanks for your reply, CXGJarrod. I called Verizon about it, and the guy said you don't need to purchase the static IP in order to run your own server, just that it makes it easier to run with the...
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    Verizon Business DSL

    Does anyone have any thoughts on Verizon Business DSL? On their website it says its only $40 bucks a month for 1.5M/385, which is less than I'm paying now for Earthlink home DSL!!

    I can't seem to...
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    IE: Block unwanted cookies

    How to block unwanted cookies in Internet Explorer 6

    You already know that cookies can be used in good and in bad ways. They are useful because they can save your login information, even on...
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    In a response to your question Simple Simon, I'm...

    In a response to your question Simple Simon, I'm pretty sure that Microsoft's built in firewall only filters and blocks incoming connections. The reason why I had to turn my firewall off is because...
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    Thanks moxnix, that was the problem. I turned off...

    Thanks moxnix, that was the problem. I turned off my firewall too, and it installed just fine.
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