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January 3rd, 2006 02:09 AM
Welp. That's done it.
I reflashed the router and everything came back the way it should have been from the beginning.
So, the lesson learned:
When repurposing consumer networking kit for...
January 2nd, 2006 03:30 AM
Thanks for the suggestions guys, but we've just established that it is definately either the router or the bridge. I'm hoping it is the router, since the WET54G doesn't have many configuration...
December 31st, 2005 09:34 PM
Thanks for the help...
I've established it is DEFINITELY the laptop.
It works wired, and kinda works wireless. I've managed to get it to ssh into the linux box by making a static route...
December 31st, 2005 06:07 AM
Yup, flat network. All in 192.168.0.0/24. There aren't any configs for the bridge other than getting onto the WiFi network, so can't tell much about its config.
Laptop can ping some things, but...
December 31st, 2005 03:05 AM
This will be my second post in a very long time. But, since I've rediscovered this place I thought I'd see what help I can get for this very strange problem I'm having.
Here's the issue. The house...
December 31st, 2005 02:36 AM
I love it, disappear into AO lala land, reappear and the first thread you read is from a user you recognize and actually helpful with posts by names you recognize. TY, Tedob1.
I'd read that the...
I have to attend WebExes all the time...
Let's put it this way, the companies that I've been in webex are worth billions, and they won't purchase a piece of software without auditing the company...
Answers that you find in places you completely didn't expect...
Being a Linux junky, I've always wanted a command that would work like sudo on Windows..., but being a Linux junky,...
December 9th, 2004 04:00 AM
I've been trying to adjust to my new job, so I haven't been hanging around here much lately (not that I was ever that verbal to begin with...)
I wish I had seen this thread...
October 25th, 2004 07:32 PM
Well, with some effort and Linux guru skills, you could probably whip together an intercom system similar to DjScribble's suggestion, yet without a proprietary PBX system.
I'd explore Asterisk PBX...
October 25th, 2004 07:13 PM
Unfortunate, but not unexpected.
With the power of *nix on the desktop comes as many pitfalls as benefits.
As I've been reading a lot of buzz about Linux breaking into the desktop market (and...
October 19th, 2004 02:17 PM
JP speaks the truth, there are certain times when you just gotta call in an expert that nows the specific regulations.
You don't build a house with out first consulting the local building codes, and...
September 24th, 2004 03:16 PM
Yeah, I've had great success with the Method 2 from sun7dots example site.
I adapted eric meyer's "Pure CSS popups with images" though from http://www.meyerweb.com/eric/css/edge
The css and html...
September 24th, 2004 03:07 PM
Slarty..., when I first ran into Rotor I got the impression that Microsoft was hoping it would work its way into a source tree somewhere and they'd be able to close down the project ('m assuming...
September 23rd, 2004 07:25 PM
I just read a really interesting article about Novell and their big plans with Mono and C#. Apparently they are developing new applications for their version of the Linux desktop. I...
September 19th, 2004 10:07 PM
Sorry to be contrary, Soda_Popinsky. (Though let me begin by saying that C# and Java are incredibly similar syntactically and in OOP style...)
C# executables can be run right now on *nix, through...
September 8th, 2004 02:48 AM
Here's my hint:
You aren't doing the substring(start, end) correctly.
blah = foo.substring(1,2); // would return '1'.
August 26th, 2004 02:06 AM
Generally I recommend any book by O'reilly for anything tech related. There is a couple books I've been drooling over, but I learned PHP without a book (whereas I bought a book on Java and haven't...
August 3rd, 2004 04:13 PM
A php tutorial on "hard-to-read numbers that you have to type in in order to proceed" from http://www.zend.com :
To do what you asking with PHP...
August 2nd, 2004 04:34 PM
That's because it's the lazy solution. :-P
Often with programming though, the lazy solution is the best solution. Why spend days working on something when the tools are at your disposal to do it...
August 1st, 2004 11:04 PM
I think that you're making it out to be slightly more difficult than it really is..., but still it would take some PHP programming knowledge.
I wouldn't bother writing a script to do all the...
The other reason is that if you store formatting as HTML then you only get HTML out. With BBCode or someother formatting tag system, you can make a translater that outputs it as html, or pdf, or what...
You did something on neg.be ... For the longest time I'd go there hoping that something would change, but it was always the same old message.
I've been here a disgustingly long time...
I run a MySQL server and an Apache server compiled with PHP on my laptop, and on my desktop for development purposes.
If you run Windows, this looks promising...
1) PHP is an interpretted language. This means that PHP files are basically text files that begin with <?php and end with ?> and have a .php extension. The .php tells the server that they need to go...