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    I currently use the a Linux client for d.net, and...

    I currently use the a Linux client for d.net, and I haven't really noticed any performance loss to speak of, but its not like I do alot of highly CPU intensive things.
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    Antionline Distributed.net Team?

    Hello, I haven't been are AO for a long while (dang College), but I just had a thought. I was wondering if any other Antionline members wanted to create a distributed.net team.


    What Is...
  3. I feel that the fact that Windows is the most...

    I feel that the fact that Windows is the most popular OS is the reason for this conclusion. If Linux had the kind of market share that Microsoft does, then the situation would be reversed, with...
  4. Please people! Stop this nonsense. This thread...

    Please people! Stop this nonsense. This thread is way off topic now, and it will only lead to tempers flaring. Everyone has a right to their opinion... yes even if you don't agree with them, so...
  5. It seems to me that this thread has strayed off...

    It seems to me that this thread has strayed off topic severely, but I would like to respond to the allegations that my country is a terrorist state.

    Such allegations are totally ubsurd, in my...
  6. It looks like AO ate the title for this thread,...

    It looks like AO ate the title for this thread, it happened to me once after I previewed my thread, weird huh? You might want to do something about that.
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    Well Crypto, it sounds like you probably have...

    Well Crypto, it sounds like you probably have yours configured to output "motion images" rather than "normal images." Motion images have a green background and a lighter green area where the motion...
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    I would like to thank you Gore, because of you my...

    I would like to thank you Gore, because of you my "*nix Quest" is finally over. I bit the bullet and purchased Suse 8.2 Personal at Best Buy, and man was I impressed. I started out with Mandrake...
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    Sorry, I can't answer all of the questions in...

    Sorry, I can't answer all of the questions in your post, but I think that I can help you with the swap partition question. Swap is used by your computer when it needs more RAM (Random Access Memory)...
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    Motion Detection With a Web Cam

    This tutorial is aimed at those who seek a degree of protection with the installation of a motion detecting web camera.

    One often overlooked area in computer security is physical security. Your...
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    Well it seems that this huge defacement challenge...

    Well it seems that this huge defacement challenge passed with little more than a few unheardof websites being defaced. Here is an article at CNN, talking about the outcome Link. Those defacers must...
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    Attacks planned for Sunday

    According to Internet Security Systems, a coordinated web-based attack is scheduled for this Sunday, July 6, 2003. I saw this on MSNBC also and they indicated that the attack is believed to be...
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    Longest Uptimes... BSD/Apache

    I was poking around netcraft.com and saw that they maintain a list of websites that have gone the longest without rebooting their servers. When I viewed this page, nearly every single one of the 50...
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    That is the most amazing commercial I have ever...

    That is the most amazing commercial I have ever seen. One thing looked really wierd to me though, when the wheels bump into eachother on the ramp, it looks like they stop, then accelerate up the...
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    I think that the new chip natively supports all...

    I think that the new chip natively supports all of the old 32-bit apps, atleast thats the way I understand it. I could be wrong, but here is what apple says:


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    Poll: I basically live in a city that is completely...

    I basically live in a city that is completely surrounded by endless cornfields (Cedar Rapids, Iowa, USA). Watch the movie field of dreams and that is a pretty good representation of my surroundings.
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    Many newer viruses will try to disable all...

    Many newer viruses will try to disable all antivirus software installed on the host computer. If your signatures weren't updated it may be possible that this very thing occured.
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    Personally, I feel that p2p networks would be a...

    Personally, I feel that p2p networks would be a strong host for the next superworm. Sure, there are those on p2p networks that use a firewall and AV, but in reality I would say that 90% of everyone...
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    I must say though, before deciding to switch to a...

    I must say though, before deciding to switch to a different flavor of *nix, you should research what you are getting into. The major linux distros (Red Hat, Suse, Mandrake, ...) tend to have the...
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    PC World Tests AV and Spyware Software

    I just stumbled across this while checking out PC World's website. It is a newly released test of some popular Anti-virus software as well as a test of some anti-spyware software. Just thought I...
  21. The fact is: the antipoints system is not...

    The fact is: the antipoints system is not perfect, but then again there are no organizations, clubs, societies, groups, etc., in the world that don't have some level of abuse. Unfortunately, it is...
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    I couldn't agree more with you. Its kind of like...

    I couldn't agree more with you. Its kind of like the saying, "A chain is only as strong as its weakest link."
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    Linux: More Vulnerable Than Windows?

    According to a recent articles by www.geek.com, the number of linux vulnerabilties has surpased the number of windows vulnerabilties. They cite research performed by a UK firm called MI2G.


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    One thing that I know about it is that it has no...

    One thing that I know about it is that it has no ability to limit outgoing traffic. This could be considered a serious problem if a trojan is on your system. Your system could also be more likely...
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    Wow! I'm glad that I posted this thread, because...

    Wow! I'm glad that I posted this thread, because I probably would have just left my firewall the way it was. Thanks to everyone for the info!
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