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    How about running it on a Commodore 64 emulator? ...

    How about running it on a Commodore 64 emulator?
    Remember Spy Hunter?
  2. Thread: Music?

    by Zair the Wise
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    Hmm... I don't see many Iron Maiden Dream...

    Hmm... I don't see many
    Iron Maiden
    Dream Theater
    Joe Satriani
    Stevie Ray Vaughn
    Blind Guardian
    Sevendust
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    Phil Zimmerman maybe?

    Phil Zimmerman maybe?
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    Poll: I currently tri-boot Win98, Redhat 7.2 and BeOS,...

    I currently tri-boot Win98, Redhat 7.2 and BeOS, and I'm planning to add a fourth OS (deciding whether AtheOS or PetrOS)
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    Re: Linux and hardware & video games

    That may be true. But another reason is that Linux itself (until recently) was not aimed directly at gamers and the average user. Now there are several projects, such as Transgaming and WineX and the...
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    On BeOS: Its main features: * POSIX compliant...

    On BeOS:
    Its main features:
    * POSIX compliant
    * processor agnostic and portable - you could plug a 2-button mouse into a Mac and hide the box, and could practically fool users into thinking that...
  7. Thread: what os?

    by Zair the Wise
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    Poll: I stick to BeOS, with *NiX at its tail. And there...

    I stick to BeOS, with *NiX at its tail. And there are several new OSes out there which I'd love to test, I already took a look at QNX and it was pretty much ok, AtheOS gets goods points from what I...
  8. Thread: BeOS

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    I got a BeOS 5 pro edition CD as a gift from a...

    I got a BeOS 5 pro edition CD as a gift from a friend and have since then used it. I haven't installed it as a Whinedows executable, but gave it its own partition and it works fine for me. You may...
  9. Assembly isn't that hard, but C/C++ code is far...

    Assembly isn't that hard, but C/C++ code is far more "readable".

    if(a == 4)
    {
    do something
    }

    which is in C++, is easier to understand for someone that doesn't know either language than...
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    Hmmm. In C++, that message usually means you...

    Hmmm. In C++, that message usually means you forgot a closing brace. For example

    {
    DoSomething()
    {
    DoAnotherThing()
    }

    Hope that helps
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    Oh, oh, OS/2 was soooo nice! But as far as the...

    Oh, oh, OS/2 was soooo nice! But as far as the best OS goes, I just LOVE BeOS. Shame they got bought up by Palm recently (but I'm still hoping that they will continue to work on it).
    Be doesn't see...
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    Well, that depends on how critical the...

    Well, that depends on how critical the information is you're sending. Ever considered FedEx? If not, pgp is quite a standard right now for public key encryption, you could also take a look into ibe...
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    Kudzu and Linux

    Greetings!
    A few weeks ago I reinstalled RedHat 7.1 on my machine and since then i've been having several problems with hardware that used to work when i first installed RH from scratch, but now is...
  14. Thread: lan help

    by Zair the Wise
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    Umm, what are your files doing on his computer...

    Umm, what are your files doing on his computer anyway? If you want to get YOUR files, give him some disks and ask him to copy them for you, or, since you're on a network, give him a shared folder to...
  15. Thread: Exploits

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    Umm, have you tried the security downoads section...

    Umm, have you tried the security downoads section here?
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    Well, i don't know about 0.0.0.0:68 /67, but so...

    Well, i don't know about 0.0.0.0:68 /67, but so far i've been blocking every udp on 255.255.255.255:68 /67 without any noticeable effect, so i may assume that it is safe to block yours. As for using...
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    Very educative... thanks both of you

    Very educative... thanks both of you
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    Port usage

    My firewall reports a lot of programs using ports 67-68 to connect to what seems to be my DNS server, are they used by any specific Windows application, and if so, which? If it is not used by any...
  19. Thread: Net Bios

    by Zair the Wise
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    Port 139? I thought it used 137/138?

    Port 139? I thought it used 137/138?
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    Any decent computer store sells power supplies.

    Any decent computer store sells power supplies.
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    I would disagree with that one. The general...

    I would disagree with that one. The general notion that windoze is easier then any other OS is just a myth. Any person can learn to use Linux, BeOS, or any other OS in the same time they would learn...
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    I quite like Opera. It comes with really nice...

    I quite like Opera. It comes with really nice features, such as the allready mentuioned screen resizing, and recovery after crashes (lets you resume on the page you were visiting when your machine...
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    Well, i may be a bit clumsy around windoze and...

    Well, i may be a bit clumsy around windoze and *nix, but i do have some more knowdlege on electronics:
    You said the power supply was on fire, right> Take it out of the case, and check the wiring...
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    Well... to make it short: just curiosity...

    Well... to make it short: just curiosity :rolleyes:
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    I'll have to agree too, the navigation takes abit...

    I'll have to agree too, the navigation takes abit too long... and can anyone tell me where the restrooms are?
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