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    Hmm

    go here http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO there one called cpu design which shud tell u alot of wot u wana know
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    Oh yeah, thats has to be as good as dancing bush....

    Oh yeah, thats has to be as good as dancing bush. If not better.

    (www.dancingbush.com)

    Thankyou. Youve made my morning.
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    Main Box custom (all bits from "computer fair")...

    Main Box
    custom (all bits from "computer fair") -- Win 98, RH7.2, FreeBSD 4.3
    Thunderbird 1.33GHZ
    256 Mb DDR RAM
    20 Gb HDD, DVD-ROM
    Voodoo 3 1000 (soon to go)
    100-TX net (3com)
    ...
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    Services

    It all depends. You should install only the software/services you wish to test (I asume you mean your testing the security of the Linux box). I would advise you install some standard services like...
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    M$

    I don't think it's the copyright protection that bothers me (well find a way around it and soon there will be plenty of ripers). It's the way that the redmond cowards, rather than try to write a...
  6. Hmmmm

    OK, so using a schools computing resources to try and crack RC5 (or whatever) is not the best idea. I do think that there might be a real use for all that processor power. My college has over 100...
  7. Thread: MHTML format

    by plague-iv
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    ???

    Have I missed something, please tell me what mhtml is. Sorry if this is a really obvious question.
  8. Thread: Help!

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    SOLUTION

    1.)Go to a Win95/8 PC and bring up a DOS prompt, format /s a:
    --this make a bootable floppy
    2.)copy the loadlin progie from zipslack to the disk
    3.)make a file called autoexec.bat and add:...
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    Partitioning

    I'm affraid I'm not very well informed on re-aranging partitions although if theres a tool that will do it it'll be GNU Parted. It will let you add, remove, resize and check partitions. You could...
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    WOW

    Six pages is quite good, almost there. I think someone needs to post a few storys. I would volanteer but I can't write stories to save my sorry ass!!!! Merry X-Mas everyone. Hope santas friendly!
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    Linux Software

    I've been using Linux and BSD a while now and I would like to know who has decided that there is so much more software available for windows? I personally have never found a job that I want to use a...
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    Shell

    That nasty start menu etc. that hogs all your resources can be altered. In c:\windows\system.ini add the line shell=progman.exe this should stop the desktop loading and load the old Win3.1...
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    X-MAS

    Dear Santa, Satin or other Bearer of Gifts,
    I would really like that new ADSL line to go with a nice SGI workstation. I'll have a BIG house so I can finaly move out and some alcohol for in the...
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    Linux

    I hope this helps:

    If Windows is using the FAT filesystem then there are ways to install linux here, this usualy involves installing linux into a folder (e.g. C:\Linux) I'm not sure but I think...
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    Poll: Desktops

    I've gone with GNOME, I think it's just a bit more stable and slightly less bloated. I preffer the look of GTK although it is becoming harder to tell what's what. I've just added my old monitor and...
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    Science cartoons

    OK, I know it's not really about computers but there are some great cartoons here:

    http://www.strange-matter.com

    Enjoy
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    BSD

    Microsoft do indeed run IIS 5 on all of thier web sites, the backend of hotmail however is Free BSD (or open?), not only this Microsoft get an outside company (the name of ehioch escapes me) to host...
  18. Thread: WinXP Tweaks

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    WinMP

    I don't know if this will work on XP but I'll tell you anyway, it might still be useful. If youve recorded some files on WMP and when you move them to a different computer it wont let you play them...
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    Shutdown

    I have yet to find a version of windows that allways shuts down happily, I used to just accept it but then I got Linux, there are a couple of things that I found helpful.
    -The lightstep project...
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    Two cards

    I have a mo-bo with a rubish card and an only slightly less rubish PCI card. In my experience both co-existed happily and in Windows you can use the multimedia setting (in control panel) to set...
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    Poll: Wost Job!

    I have a friend who works as a ball boy at the local leisure club for a fiveaside footy leage. It's awful, I had to cover for him once and spent four hours in the driving rain chasing balls through...
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    Wow

    Great idea, I FINALY have a single place to direct numskulls (and a few others) to to learn stuff. Pure genius!:D
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    Wow

    Great idea, I FINALY have a single place to direct numskulls (and a few others) to to learn stuff. Pure genius!:D
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    MOZILLA

    So, IE crashes, NS6 is SOOOOO slow, why not try mozilla before netscape get too it, you might find you like it. The feature set is frozen now ready for a 1.0 release and it will take NS plugins (and...
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    Linux can be stable!

    I've used a lot of different OS's but most of all linux and I have to say that of all of the distro's mandrake caused me the most problems. If you don't mind a text based install then try Slackware...
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