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    I'm not sure about grabbing banners with Java,...

    I'm not sure about grabbing banners with Java, but if you are running *nix, then try the Lynx web browser with the -head argument:

    # lynx -head http://www.whateversite.com


    ex:

    # lynx...
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    I would have to agree with dAggressor's post: ...

    I would have to agree with dAggressor's post:



    I was also able to find the following qoute, which is taken from the Red Hat Linux 7.2: The Official Red Hat Linux Customization Guide, which...
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    This is likely because the shutdown command is...

    This is likely because the shutdown command is not in your path.
    The path to the shutdown is usually:

    /sbin/shutdown

    For example a regular user on my system (Mandrake 9.0) has the following...
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    I would try the following: 1. Use CTRL+ALT+F2...

    I would try the following:

    1. Use CTRL+ALT+F2 to bring up tty2
    2. Log in to tty2 as 'root'
    3. Edit the file '/etc/inittab' using your editor of choice
    4. Find the line id:5:initdefault: and...
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    FYI: To get the the directory you can use the...

    FYI:

    To get the the directory you can use the following steps: (even if you are not logged in as an Adminstrator):

    1. Click on Start
    2. Click on Run
    3. Type CMD
    4. Press Enter
    5. From the...
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    I would say that you are best off to just...

    I would say that you are best off to just uninstall MSN Messenger.

    If you are running Windows XP, Messenger can be easily uninstalled by running the following command, from Start and then Run:
    ...
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    After doing a quick search on Google, I found the...

    After doing a quick search on Google, I found the following page which mentions Port 9273:

    Analysis of a WinNT "rootkit"

    I believe that the following article also point to the same rootkit:
    ...
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    There are three files which makeup the startup...

    There are three files which makeup the startup and shutdown screens, they are:


    LOGO.SYS - The startup screen, usually located in your C:\ directory
    LOGOW.SYS - The 'Please wait...' screen,...
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    I apologize, I did not fully read your message....

    I apologize, I did not fully read your message.
    Upon re-reading your previous post one thing jumped out at me 'LOKKIT'


    Lokkit is a Red Hat tool for configuring a firewall and I believe that it...
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    Try running '/sbin/iptables -L' and send us the...

    Try running '/sbin/iptables -L' and send us the output.
    It should look similar to this:

    Chain INPUT (policy DROP)
    target prot opt source destination
    ACCEPT all -- ...
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    As this system is a Pentium III then it is a...

    As this system is a Pentium III then it is a fairly recent Compaq Presario so you will need to tap F10 when you see the red Compaq Logo

    As for the system not performing the memory count, this can...
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    Here is my desktop on my Mandrake 9.0 box under...

    Here is my desktop on my Mandrake 9.0 box under KDE 3.0.
    I believe that the wallpaper was taken from Themes.org.

    I would also like to add that I think KNOPPIX v3.1 has the nicest looking default...
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    There are quite a few options that you can use. ...

    There are quite a few options that you can use.

    If you want to connect just to run some commands and access files, then you will probably want to look at SSH. As EaseZE stated, you will need to...
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    On my Linux box connected to Rogers@Home I get...

    On my Linux box connected to Rogers@Home I get the following results:

    $ /usr/sbin/traceroute olug.org
    traceroute to olug.org (207.252.127.221), 30 hops max, 38 byte packets
    1 10.201.224.1...
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    Because all of the machines at work are Windows...

    Because all of the machines at work are Windows machines (XP/NT/2000), I use PuTTY to SSH into my Linux box at home.

    I also use Webmin sometimes, however I never leave the Webmin port open...
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    I haven't really tried 'Smoothwall' however I...

    I haven't really tried 'Smoothwall' however I have had to deal with a system running 'Shorewall'

    These packages are great if you want to set up a firewall machine and not really learn anything.
    ...
  17. Hmmmm! An unmanned Windows 98 machine in an...

    Hmmmm! An unmanned Windows 98 machine in an isolated location running as a remote data-collection station and you say you recently lost the dedicated data connection to it!

    It seems odd that you...
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    I would have to say that Knoppix is definitely a...

    I would have to say that Knoppix is definitely a step in the right direction. I have used Knoppix, as well as Vitual Linux (another Linux CD based distro) to introduce freinds and co-workers to...
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