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    downloading RH9 ISO's

    It is possible to mount an ISO-file like any other mountable volume (harddisk partition, for example: /dev/hda1):

    mount /pathto/file.iso /mnt/mountpoint/ -o loop

    (you need "block devices" /...
  2. Thread: Im with stupid

    by ruleant
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    Did you consider that those test maybe were...

    Did you consider that those test maybe were performed on you ISP's firewall/proxy? Some ISP's hide their network to the outside world (internet). It seems that al traffic comes from one computer...
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    Emacs vulnerability

    I found this in a newsletter, this might be usefull for people using emacs.

    15. Emacs

    Vendor: GNU [multiple authors]

    A vulnerability was reported in the GNU emacs editor. A...
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    If I'm not mistaken you have to compile the...

    If I'm not mistaken you have to compile the routing into your kernel. (ip forwarding)

    For your kernel (2.4.x), you need 'network packet filtering' and TCP/IP -> 'IP: Advanced Routing', to able to...
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    distributed.net RC5-72 challenge started

    I hope I'm posting this on the right place :

    Recently, a new crypto-challenge was initiated on distributed.net. This challenge is like the previous RC5-56 en RC5-64, but this time with an even...
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    Don, I can't give you a straight answer about...

    Don,

    I can't give you a straight answer about what is happening, but I noticed a couple of things:

    * SYN-packets are sent to ports on the receiving host, but there is no answer from this host...
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    I just checked the page on the motorola-site. I...

    I just checked the page on the motorola-site.
    I can be wrong, but it seems to me that you can use the driver for 'SM56 Software Modem (Data/Fax) ' to make your modem work. If you follow the...
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    Does your new kernel start booting and hangs up...

    Does your new kernel start booting and hangs up during startup,
    or doesn't it start at all?

    If you misconfigured your kernel, it might happen that some things don't work - like network,...
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    Sweet_angel, You probably know, but this might...

    Sweet_angel,

    You probably know, but this might be usefull for others :

    There are always two recent versions of the kernel. A stable version that can be used by most linux users and a...
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    SweetAngel, I would like to add that there is...

    SweetAngel,

    I would like to add that there is a possibility to update the sourcecode of the kernel, without having to download the entire source-code.
    Every time a new kernel is released, for...
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    I wonder why you would like to get kernel 2.4.20....

    I wonder why you would like to get kernel 2.4.20. Unless there is a certain problem that is fixed in the new kernel, I wouldn't recommend installing the new kernel.

    However, there is a tutorial,...
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    According to the website of Bloodshed, it uses a...

    According to the website of Bloodshed, it uses a GNU/GCC-compiler (Mingw port)




    So I suppose GCC can be considered a good compiler that is used on both *nix and Win.

    Greetings,
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    Some of the ports are opened (and listened to) by...

    Some of the ports are opened (and listened to) by the inetd deamon. (for example: smtp, ftp, telnet, finger, ...)

    You can configure this deamon with /etc/inetd.conf
    Please note that you must...
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    Ensoniq AudioPCI ES137x is the chipset used on...

    Ensoniq AudioPCI ES137x is the chipset used on the Soundblaster PCI 128-card.

    When you add the module for ES137x (1370 or 1371) to the kernel, recompile and restart your system with the new...
  15. Thread: Yow

    by ruleant
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    Yow

    Hi,

    I'm new around here. The main reason I joined AO is get to now more about securing my computer/network. I hope to learn a lot from all of you and share my (new) knowledge with you.
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