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  1. Thread: mini-worm?

    by taboo
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    mini-worm?

    I recently received an email from someone that I do not know.

    There was an attatchment named "if you.pif"

    The subject of the email was The Garden Of Eden.

    I tried scanning the attachment...
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    /dev/cdrom is not a valid block device

    I hope its ok to post this here, if not, sorry.
    Here is my problem:

    Just recently installed RH 7 on a P100 to act as a Gateway for my home network
    and as a firewall.

    During the install I...
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    :D Simple enough I guess.

    :D Simple enough I guess.
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    nmidia defense using *nix+apache

    Ok, I know you all are going to think I am crazy for posting this idea, but I don't really care :flip:

    What I am proposing is to use apache + *nix as a tool in the defense from nmidia virus.
    ...
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    To view the complete thread regarding "penguin...

    To view the complete thread regarding "penguin patch master">>>

    http://www.lib.uaa.alaska.edu/linux-kernel/archive/2002-Week-04/index.html#171
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    Your best bet would be to visit...

    Your best bet would be to visit www.linuxfromscratch.org

    -Taboo
  7. Thread: Online Books

    by taboo
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    Online Books

    I decided to make available the books that I have stored on my HD
    I have something like 500 or so books, but I am going through them
    1 by 1 to make sure the links work and all that stuff...
    If you...
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    I run seti@home too, my average time is 7h42m43sec

    I run seti@home too, my average time is 7h42m43sec
  9. Thread: Windows/Linux

    by taboo
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    Well, I'm am going to disagree with 99.9% of the...

    Well, I'm am going to disagree with 99.9% of the above posts!!
    Here is my reason:

    When I started using computers (early-mid 80's) I started with DOS and got windows 3.1 and so on.
    I learned alot...
  10. Of course I was joking... BTW, whats an IP? ...

    Of course I was joking...

    BTW, whats an IP? ;)


    Taboo
  11. HEY! How did you get my IP? ROFLMA

    HEY!
    How did you get my IP?






    ROFLMA
  12. Thread: ISDN help

    by taboo
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    ISDN help

    I'm getting ISDN in in the morning and could use a few pointers on the setup.

    Linux 2.2.14 kernel on a i686
    will be using a Terminal Adaptor

    The reason I'm asking for help is I think I...
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    If you did a killall pppd You need to "pppd call...

    If you did a killall pppd
    You need to "pppd call isp" again, this restarts the pppd

    Taboo--
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    mini Dial on Demand Howto

    This mini HowTo describes how the typical "home" linux user can "dial out on demand",
    with out having to build a connection first then starting up their favorite internet utility (i.e. netscape).
    ...
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    www.secureroot.com scroll down, its on the...

    www.secureroot.com

    scroll down, its on the left side near the bottom
    Free Email
    you get a 6MB mail box with <username>@secureroot.com
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    OK, heres acouple things you can try: If you...

    OK, heres acouple things you can try:

    If you want to use your onboard sound system:
    First you need to go into BIOS and enable it,
    most boards are disabled by default.

    take note of the address...
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    Need help with dial-in-server

    I'm trying to set up a dial in server so my "old"
    mother-in-law access to email and so she can chat with with her grandchildren.
    I can successfuly dial back into my machine but it fails to login:...
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    Hey, how is this zine going to be distributed?...

    Hey, how is this zine going to be
    distributed? Email? Online?
  19. Trinity OS rule-set for securing a linux box

    For a "real" hands on learning experience,
    try this ruleset:

    http://www.ecst.csuchico.edu/~dranch/LINUX/index-linux.html

    I use this as a guideline for securing my home box
  20. Thread: FreeBSD problems

    by taboo
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    This is for linux systems, maybe it can be ...

    This is for linux systems, maybe it can be
    adapted for freebsd.

    1. Add "usepeerdns" to
    /etc/ppp/options
    2. modify the scripts
    /etc/ppp/ip-up and
    /etc/ppp/ip-down
    as follows
    ip-up
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    Did you try unpluging the power-supply between...

    Did you try unpluging the power-supply
    between swaps?
  22. Thread: MySQL error 111

    by taboo
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    Vorlin: I think I got it figured out some-what....

    Vorlin:
    I think I got it figured out some-what.

    "mysqladmin install-db"

    Creates host.frm and the other necessary
    files in order to start the mysqld
  23. Thread: MySQL error 111

    by taboo
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    >quote: >mysqld started on Thu Jan 3 22:28:06...

    >quote:
    >mysqld started on Thu Jan 3 22:28:06 EST 2002
    >/usr/sbin/mysqld: Can't find file: './mysql/host.frm' >(Errcode: 2)
    >mysqld ended on Thu Jan 3 22:28:06 EST 2002

    >mysqld started on Thu...
  24. Thread: MySQL error 111

    by taboo
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    MySQL error 111

    Ok, here goes:
    I just reinstalled linux (don't ask ;) )
    I installed the apache package with support
    for PHP and MySQL and the nessary MySQL
    packages.
    But I cannot access MySQL.
    Please view...
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    Uber C0der: Thanks for the info on hdparm :) ...

    Uber C0der:
    Thanks for the info on hdparm :)
    You learn something new everyday!
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