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    10+ years. Most of the major ones -...

    10+ years.



    Most of the major ones - Debian, Mandrake, SUSE, RedHat (before it became RHEL/Fedora), Fedora, Ubuntu, Gentoo, Slackware and probably some others.



    Debian (servers), Ubuntu...
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    I don't think the site has gone downhill, it's...

    I don't think the site has gone downhill, it's more a case of people moving on and no longer being interested in what the site was about. It's similar to one of the Linux magazines which I've been a...
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    I disagree - very few webhosts (at least the ones...

    I disagree - very few webhosts (at least the ones I've come across) are ready to support PHP5, most open source PHP scripts are still written in PHP4 (last time I checked, some of them wouldn't even...
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    Poll: Gore: You have too many machines and too much...

    Gore: You have too many machines and too much time on your hands. ;)
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    Cheers. :)

    Cheers. :)
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    Poll: I couldn't choose all of the ones I run, which...

    I couldn't choose all of the ones I run, which are: Linux for most day to day stuff (Ubuntu specifically), Windows XP for when I need to test websites and use Paint Shop Pro, plus playing the odd...
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    The username will be a unique field, but probably...

    The username will be a unique field, but probably not a foreign key (that'll be the user_id or whatever vBulletin uses - it's been a while since I used that particular piece of software). So in...
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    That explains things well, thanks. I couldn't...

    That explains things well, thanks. I couldn't figure out just from looking at posts where the boundaries were.

    I'm surprised that this isn't in the FAQ though - any chance that it could be added?
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    Usernames in different colours

    What's the deal with the different colours and italics for usernames? I presume they're based on post counts or moderator status but I couldn't find anything about this in the FAQ (which doesn't seem...
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    And as if by magic... Halloween is that time...

    And as if by magic...

    Halloween is that time of year when lots of annoying kids constantly knock at the door asking for free sweets whilst dressed in annoying costumes. I hate it.

    Having said...
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    I don't think you can pass around references to...

    I don't think you can pass around references to functions as such, but you can use variable interpolation to an extent to achieve that effect:
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    There used to be AntiOnline mail for a while...

    There used to be AntiOnline mail for a while (powered by BigMailBox.com or something I think) but the service got withdrawn a long time if I recall correctly.
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    Poll: Firefox to browse, as it's the only decent...

    Firefox to browse, as it's the only decent graphical browser that works on OS X, Linux and XP on those rare occassions when I have to use it.

    As for email, it's got to be mutt, for several...
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    That link sends me to a "mystery envelope"...

    That link sends me to a "mystery envelope" auction, how is that the ownership of AO? Or am I missing something here? :confused:
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    Heh, if he did that things would be sooooo boring...

    Heh, if he did that things would be sooooo boring around here. :)



    Not if it's done properly. ;)

    As to the original topic of the thread, Gentoo does get a lot of security advisories (I use...
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    NFG: If you're going to troll, at least go out...

    NFG: If you're going to troll, at least go out and read a dictionary beforehand.

    Memory: You seriously need to get a life, and figure out that the letter 'I' on its own is always capitalised.
  17. Thread: AO Chat

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    Re: AO Chat

    Don't worry, you're not missing out on anything. Most IRC channels are full of self-opinionated morons, and the AO ones are no exception.
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    I imagine it's a template that's included...

    I imagine it's a template that's included wherever the navigation block is needed. It's easier to have one template for every page than change it for individual pages.
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    Whilst I've been looking forward to the first...

    Whilst I've been looking forward to the first "proper" 1.0 release, I think I'll leave it until the end of the week when the traffic will have died down and I can actually download the files at DSL...
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    That's not remotely funny, nor is it valid Visual...

    That's not remotely funny, nor is it valid Visual Basic. Besides, you're comparing the values of variables, not their types, so answer.caption won't necessarily be set to "There is life after death".
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    I personally find it most amusing that, after practically every US blogger was writing about how Kerry was great and he'd win, Bush actually won with more votes. It's not like the Democrats can cry...
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    Microsoft have already had their wrists slapped over here because of that "get the facts" campaign being, well, a bit misleading. :)
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    Although it's for Gentoo and not Slackware, this...

    Although it's for Gentoo and not Slackware, this guide shows you how to configure your xorg.conf file for the nVidia drivers:

    http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/nvidia-guide.xml
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    I'm fairly sure that, after a certain version in...

    I'm fairly sure that, after a certain version in the 8.x branch, sendmail comes with open relaying disabled by default. Unless you turn it on deliberately, you should be safe from that security...
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    Unless you need mod_perl (which I believe can be...

    Unless you need mod_perl (which I believe can be made to work in 2.0.x with later versions of the module), you should be using 2.0, as slarty said. 1.3.x only provides security fixes for people who...
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