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  1. So how would the I2P factor in with a secondary...

    So how would the I2P factor in with a secondary layer or required encryption?
  2. Well, as far as I can understand the protocol,...

    Well, as far as I can understand the protocol, Tor acts as a secondary layer. You send the data, pre-encrypted, to the Tor network chain. The ISP notes that it came from you but is unable to read the...
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    Yes and No. It really depends on how the provider...

    Yes and No. It really depends on how the provider handles their clients. Normal ISP's do report the true IP that they have assigned to that client, but some ISPs such as AOL attempt to 'mask' the IP...
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    The farthest you can go is detecting which ISP is...

    The farthest you can go is detecting which ISP is hosting that area, sadly. If there this is an abusive situation then it is best to report it to the ISP in question.

    DSL Pool - Little Rock is as...
  5. Er, I personally submitted and assisted on quite...

    Er, I personally submitted and assisted on quite a few fixes for the latest SELinux kernel patch. And I know it was released and origonally programmed by the NSA because of .. well :)
    ...
  6. Origonally a project of the US Navy, but not...

    Origonally a project of the US Navy, but not something I am concerned with.

    SELinux was crafted origonally by the NSA but the open-source nature of it has assured the integrity of the code and has...
  7. Well, since Tor is created and sponcered in part...

    Well, since Tor is created and sponcered in part by EFF, I highly doubt it's something as simple as that. This might help clarification, especially on the end-user:
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  8. Tor/I2P/Freenet/GNUnet differences and opinions?

    I've been reviewing multiple areas of internet encryption and anonmynity and have come across four sources (that I trust) that provide a level of both encryption and anonymous communication for...
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    My main concern with Dropline is that it replaces...

    My main concern with Dropline is that it replaces multiple aspects of the core Slackware system with patched and modified version specifically suited to enhance Dropline. While this is great for the...
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    The tests I've run with NTFS have shown a vast...

    The tests I've run with NTFS have shown a vast increase in file-system readability, especially for directories with thousands of files and directories with a few enourmous (larger than 500 megs)...
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    Well, the problem wasn't during the make, I would...

    Well, the problem wasn't during the make, I would assume. Because the way && works is that the secondary command will not be executed unless the first command completes without error. Seperating the...
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    Does the file /lib/ld-linux.so.2 point to a valid...

    Does the file /lib/ld-linux.so.2 point to a valid file (example: /usr/lib/ld-2.3.1.so), because note where glibc is still attempting to point all lib files at... /usr/local/lib according to the error...
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    No worries Gore. I sent him a PM letting him know...

    No worries Gore. I sent him a PM letting him know that I'm not upset with him but moreso reflective of how the dettux development team is to suggestions and even the idea of a forum. The community...
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    Correct :) And yes, all system libs should go in...

    Correct :) And yes, all system libs should go in /usr/lib as /usr/local is set for your programs beyond the base installation itself (gaim, gimp, etc).

    The kernel in specific looks for the...
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    Well, your linker can not find the symbols in the...

    Well, your linker can not find the symbols in the gettext library, so make sure you are linking to it with the proper -l options.

    example: gcc -o smile smile.c -lintl

    Your kernel makefile...
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    That's an issue with your glibc headers. in...

    That's an issue with your glibc headers. in specific reference to gettext. Do you have the most recent glibc along with the most recent headers according to your kernel? Did you modify the origonals?...
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    So you have to read the documentation? Sounds...

    So you have to read the documentation? Sounds exactally like how I remember dettux. Read the documentation on required libs and the rest was a peice of cake.

    And using the objects they shipped...
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    Desktop interface is seperate from the operating...

    Desktop interface is seperate from the operating system. Gnome and fluxbox will still look like gnome and flux box ;)
    Because it's hard enough encouraging the linux community to keep proper...
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    Starting a system by taking binary packages from...

    Starting a system by taking binary packages from one system for dettux to use is progress? The initial point is all about copying over the tarballs, and thus again going out of it's way to be...
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    Like a bash prompt? Or the GUI? How would a...

    Like a bash prompt? Or the GUI? How would a screenshot prove I've installed Detu, f2b?

    Read my above edit why I'm annoyed with this distribution. I have little patience for something that goes...
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    LFS does start with a full system unless you use...

    LFS does start with a full system unless you use the livecd, but you only build a bare-bones, unusable system for LFS. Compilers and a few extras. Why? Because it's an unneeded hassel to copy items...
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    So what is the difference between this and LFS...

    So what is the difference between this and LFS (Linux from Scratch)?
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    My favorite part is the questions asked to the...

    My favorite part is the questions asked to the origonal 0-day exploit seller:
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    You mean things more important than bash? end...

    You mean things more important than bash?

    end Joke;

    But seriously, this will most likely turn into a "show off" thread versus a practicality thread. Limiting yourself to singular programs will...
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    Platform: Slackware Most used program: bash

    Platform: Slackware
    Most used program: bash
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