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January 8th, 2002, 05:26 PM
I like it cause I have multiple monitors speakers and other stuff crowding my desk, the new Imac could fit nicely in a corner, and the screen sit to the side.
Though I do have to agree, it is pricy...
December 31st, 2001, 06:08 PM
ok, time for my 2 cents, hope I'm not off topic here, but you had mentioned trying to find info on the services.
Since you are running RH 7.1 you don't have to bother with /etc/services to disable...
December 21st, 2001, 05:51 PM
As everyone else pointed out the article is false in its statments of IIS being superior in stability and security, I could go into the details but I think thats already been covered. My main beef...
December 4th, 2001, 05:48 PM
Actually I have a copy of XP home, and the remote assistance function was turned ON by default. . . ooops.
And as far as my opinion goes on all this, I honestly I belive that Microsoft's OS's are...
November 19th, 2001, 11:56 PM
If you left the file system as FAT32 when you upgraded to XP, then that is probibly 99.9% of your problems. XP is essentially win2k with windowblinds, and a bit of 98 code (they brough back...
October 19th, 2001, 08:29 PM
If you get to the logon prompt, then telnet services are running fine.
The reason you can't login as root, is because telnet does not alow that.(there is no way to change this, that I know of)...
October 10th, 2001, 04:24 PM
Well, windows systems recognize wireless cards just like any other NIC. So do linux systems, except that they are started differnetly, and run off of different scripts.
I figure as long as the card...
October 9th, 2001, 09:43 PM
I have an 802.11b wireless network setup here, with access point and a few clients, that I am using for testing. My objective is to find as many ways to break into it as I can.
with 802.11 there...
October 5th, 2001, 09:29 PM
Nearly everyone I have talked to about winXP said the same thing.
Its great, and never crashes.
This reminds me of when win2K came out, everyone said the same thing about it.
Then 4 months...
October 5th, 2001, 06:24 PM
actually Terr you are half right.
both spellings are valid, just depends on personal preference. nybble is more of a tech slang spelling of it, but they are both commonly used.
October 4th, 2001, 11:34 PM
Mmmmmm. . . subnetting. . verynice.
I liked the way you handled the binary explanation Terr, very good.
Any time someone asks me about subnetting I like to tell them its much easier to understand...
September 28th, 2001, 08:58 PM
There are actually several howtos for iptables.
do a search in google for:
advanced routing howto
packet filtering howto
of course this requires a net...
September 28th, 2001, 08:47 PM
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September 28th, 2001, 08:45 PM
Kapper, you are obviously in runtime 5 (X), you would be better off in runtime 3 (console).
edit the file /etc/inittab
the first uncommented line should be
change the 5 to a...
September 20th, 2001, 11:16 PM
Of course you can alway delete the log file, then recreate it as a symbolic link to /dev/null. of course the admin will wonder why the log is always empty, and a simple ls -l will tell you its...
September 19th, 2001, 08:38 PM
its an ISDN voice box/answering machine package for linux
I think if you take a look at those 2 entries, (one for michael, and one for nicole right?) you will notice the # at the start of the...
September 17th, 2001, 07:37 PM
Realy they are all the same thing, the only difference is what packages are installed, the type of init system, and distro specific tools (ie RH linuxconf).
Most would go for something like RH when...
September 17th, 2001, 07:05 PM
Actually the screen lock in X is only good for security if your box is in run level 5.
If its in run level 3, then you can use Ctrl + Alt + Backspace to kill X, and land at the command prompt...