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    amatuers

    It was about 100 pages longer, but we had databse problems :(
    http://www.lucasforums.com/showthread.php?s=&postid=352498
  2. There's always cgi vulnerabilities. He's...

    There's always cgi vulnerabilities. He's probably a script kiddie though.
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    Thanks...but I'm one of those command line guys...

    Thanks...but I'm one of those command line guys :)
    WinModems suck. Most NICs(maybe all) are linux compatible though.
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    using linux to connect to a proxy

    How can I use linux to connect to a proxy server? Will I still be able to connect to one, even though I already connect to the internet through a linksys router?
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    check here...

    check here
    http://www.littlewhitedog.com/reviews_other_00011.asp
    it has a step by step process for you to follow.
  6. Thread: ftp prob

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    i had a similar problem. as root: chown ftp...

    i had a similar problem.

    as root:
    chown ftp /home/ftp/*

    this should make all those files owned by ftp, aka anonymous.
  7. Thread: KDE or GNOME

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    staroffice

    I believe sun microsystem's Star Office let's you save in ms office formats. :)
  8. Thread: Linux Web Server

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    http://www.bastille-linux.org Try this. :)

    http://www.bastille-linux.org

    Try this. :)
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    slackware

    Try slackware 8 if your low on disk space. I've got it taking up only 350 megs on 600 meg harddrive. If you absolutely need to use Red Hat, use one of those previously mentioned floppy-distros. or...
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