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    And you'll fry the LED. LEDs need to be current...

    And you'll fry the LED. LEDs need to be current controlled. Most standard LEDs require 20mA. Voltage doesn't matter. Also note that a LED is basically a diode, so it'll let current through only one...
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    I culled the exact same user, with the exact same...

    I culled the exact same user, with the exact same post and the exact same signature on TAZ. It's spam.
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    Don't you recognize spam?

    Don't you recognize spam?
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    Great timing, I just saw this on Slashdot ...

    Great timing, I just saw this on Slashdot

    Source: http://www.computerworld.com.au/article/428033/how_icaros_desktop_brings_amiga_experience_x86_pcs/

    That is something I'm interested in....
  5. You know what my choice is :D FreeBSD, for...

    You know what my choice is :D

    FreeBSD, for it's brilliant ports system and excellent stability (that includes API/ABI stability).

    Must have applications?

    Firefox - 'cause we need to troll...
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    I still own a Amiga 500, a 1200 and a 4000, all...

    I still own a Amiga 500, a 1200 and a 4000, all in working order :D

    The last OS version I'm able to run is 3.5 but there was indeed a release of AmigaOS 4.0 not too long ago. Unfortunately it only...
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    The only thing it has is it's name. There's...

    The only thing it has is it's name. There's absolutely nothing resembling anything like the good old Amiga. It's just an insanely expensive kit.
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    No, that's a trojan. A properly written...

    No, that's a trojan.


    A properly written virus does not crash your system. The whole purpose of it's existance is propagation and avoiding detection. Crashing a system would certainly indicate...
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    Patience and perserverance. Rome wasn't built...

    Patience and perserverance.

    Rome wasn't built in one day.
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    http://xahlee.org/UnixResource_dir/gki/tux_gletu_c...

    http://xahlee.org/UnixResource_dir/gki/tux_gletu_cipni.jpg

    :D
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    Everything you can get your hands on.

    Everything you can get your hands on.
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    Random IP addresses and random ports. Check if...

    Random IP addresses and random ports. Check if your firewall is working properly and this stuff is blocked. Then forget about it.
  13. Already running it :D ...

    Already running it :D



    dice@williscorto:~>uname -a
    FreeBSD williscorto.dicelan.home 9.0-STABLE FreeBSD 9.0-STABLE #1: Sat Jan 14 00:21:42 CET 2012 ...
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    I'm guessing it was caused by P2P.

    I'm guessing it was caused by P2P.
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    Correct. Not only during the install though. The...

    Correct. Not only during the install though. The format option when Windows XP is booted does the same thing, it does NOT wipe the drive.
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    Yes, it's called a rainbow table...

    Yes, it's called a rainbow table.
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    Modern hard disks have a 'spare' bit of room to...

    Modern hard disks have a 'spare' bit of room to map bad sectors to. If bad sectors start showing up it means that spare room is full and the drive needs to be replaced.
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    Damn! Since when is there an SLA on forum...

    Damn! Since when is there an SLA on forum postings?
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    Short answer, yes :D

    Short answer, yes :D
  20. You've done all you can. Just make sure the key...

    You've done all you can. Just make sure the key you use is sufficiently long and random.

    Turning SSID broadcasts off is useless as a security precaution. It'll only make it more difficult for you...
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    I only mentioned how to find the attacker, not...

    I only mentioned how to find the attacker, not what to do when you do ;)
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    As far as I know, no. Triangulation. ...

    As far as I know, no.


    Triangulation.

    http://www.airdefense.net
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    You can't just split the signal with just a...

    You can't just split the signal with just a cable. You'll need something like a Matrox DualHead2Go.

    http://www.matrox.com/graphics/en/products/gxm/dh2go/
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    See if you can concentrate for 8 hours straight....

    See if you can concentrate for 8 hours straight. I know I can't.

    As long as the work gets done me and my boss don't have a problem with it.
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    Casual Fridays: Are workplace internet...

    Casual Fridays: Are workplace internet restrictions counterproductive?
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