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  1. Thread: Cool Nicknames

    by Ap0k
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    Xstasy, C0Re, Xodus

    Xstasy, C0Re, Xodus
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    if you have a router, there is usually an option...

    if you have a router, there is usually an option in the router software. If not, do a search on sourceforge.net and you will come up some really nice ones with some good security. Good luck!
  3. Thread: Unix

    by Ap0k
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    Unix

    I know this may be a stupid question and i probly will get flamed for this, but where exactly can i get unix? I want it because i used linux for awhile and I want to try unix. Is there a free unix. I...
  4. Thread: Microsoft Windows

    by Ap0k
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    yeah, i didnt mean there werent holes, im just...

    yeah, i didnt mean there werent holes, im just saying if there were more people on linux, there would be more exploits for it. Not trying to argue with you.
  5. Thread: Microsoft Windows

    by Ap0k
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    People hate windows because it is closed source....

    People hate windows because it is closed source. Open source software is the way to go. No more having to pay for things, and you can edit the kernel if you are up to it. Also, i dont see too many...
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    That is very interesting. Good post!

    That is very interesting. Good post!
  7. Computers and Numbering Systems Part 1 - Decimal and Binary

    Overview
    This is a 3 part tutorial. Part 1 covers the decimal and binary numbering systems, part 2 covers the hexadecimal numbering system, and part 3 is an overview on how computers manage numbers....
  8. Making a Simple C kernel with Basic printf and clearscreen Functions

    This tutorial has the purpose of showing a simple kernel. Let's start with the entry of the kernel which is in our example in a file called kernel_start.asm.


    [BITS 32]
    [global start]
    [extern...
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    Thanks for the awesome list memory!

    Thanks for the awesome list memory!
  10. Thread: hello all!

    by Ap0k
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    hello all!

    same as subject, hehe! Hello everyone! glad to be on board. -Ap0k
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    Amen!

    Amen!
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