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    Sorry Gore, but some weeks ago I even...

    Sorry Gore, but some weeks ago I even disconnected the fan in the power supply of my 486 because of it's noise. It is running without any problem.

    I think there is no need to bother with cooling.
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    Have a look at http://www.fli4l.de/e_index.htm ...

    Have a look at http://www.fli4l.de/e_index.htm

    I'm running an old 486 as Router and Firewall with it. No harddisk is required - it runs from a single floppydisk.
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    Pardon?

    Pardon?
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    It seems to be as if you are trying to start...

    It seems to be as if you are trying to start gtk-gnutella as root on a different user's display. Even root may (usually) not use a x-session owned by an other user.

    For security-reasons the user...
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    Using virtual machines (like VMware) I think that...

    Using virtual machines (like VMware) I think that even this limit could be exceeded because you don't have to mess around with bootloaders. Having enough HD-space, RAM, CPU-Power and a reliable...
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    Concerning the password you might have to deal...

    Concerning the password you might have to deal with the smbpasswd command (man smbpasswd) and generate a password file in your samba directory ( /etc/samba on a SuSE box).

    Concerning the access to...
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    SuSE provides an extensive Hardware Database...

    SuSE provides an extensive Hardware Database. There you can prove whether you hardware is supported.
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    SuSE provides an extensive Hardware Database...

    SuSE provides an extensive Hardware Database. There you can prove whether you hardware is supported.
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    An interesting alternative to the common...

    An interesting alternative to the common Internetbanking via Web-Browser is HBCI (Home Banking Computer Interface).

    Ooops! I just did a Google search to find a link with more information for you...
  10. Thread: Show your stuff

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    That's mine with my new attainment: a C64...

    That's mine with my new attainment: a C64 Emulator :)

    It's a SuSE 8.1 box running KDE 3.1. The wallpaper I photographed myself last summer is the "big pond" at the western coast of France looking...
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    I don't want to discourage you, but the first...

    I don't want to discourage you, but the first thing you should bring to mind is that your plan is an economic challenge. You should do a careful research whether you have found a gap in the market in...
  12. Thread: Server Slow?

    by Uhu
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    You're right! The AO-Server is extremly slow...

    You're right!

    The AO-Server is extremly slow since a while. All other servers are reachable as fast as usual. It's not your connection.
  13. Thread: The New Hal 2000

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    Hihihi - funny story. It reminds me of the BOFH...

    Hihihi - funny story. It reminds me of the BOFH (http://bofh.ntk.net/Bastard.html)

    Some years ago we've had a SAP-System running on a Mainframe. Our users had to use a TN3270 Terminal Emulator to...
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    They are lovely! ... but I'm afraid they are...

    They are lovely!

    ... but I'm afraid they are just a Fata Morgana :(
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    Due to early diagnosis and monitoring the status...

    Due to early diagnosis and monitoring the status of our WAN I use Scotty/Tkined running on a dedicated Linux-Box since a couple of years. Have a look here:...
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    The term "Surfing the Web" reminds me to a sci-fi...

    The term "Surfing the Web" reminds me to a sci-fi novel written 1975 by John Brunner titled "The Shockwave Rider".

    It's the story of the Superhacker Nick, who in fight with a cruel government...
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    @IKnowNot You are right asking these...

    @IKnowNot

    You are right asking these questions. I agree with you, that *every* client, as far as it is driven by a Mircosoft-OS, has to be virus-protected. But I think you shouldn't intermix...
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    Usually it is sufficient to protect your LAN with...

    Usually it is sufficient to protect your LAN with one firewall placed on the machine which is connected to the internet or directly behind it.

    Some examples showing several firewall architectures...
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    Well, my avatar also disappeared while this site...

    Well, my avatar also disappeared while this site has been moved to the new server-hardware. So I uploaded it again too.

    :confused:


    Uhu
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    Here in Germany the actual price for regular gas...

    Here in Germany the actual price for regular gas ist around 1.12 Euro per litre ...
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    I don't have any experiences using LDAP as yet....

    I don't have any experiences using LDAP as yet. But at my company we are planning to replace our NT-Domains using LDAP based on Linux in the next future. So I think, it should be a viable alternative.
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    Try a google search on LDAP, the Lightweight...

    Try a google search on LDAP, the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol. An OpenScource implementation can be found here http://www.openldap.org/

    Maybe that is what you are looking for.
  23. Thread: An open letter

    by Uhu
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    Re: An open letter

    @ Canis Lupus

    Thank you very much for shouting at me this way. I like reading intelligent and differentiated posts like this. My world exists in only two colours too. Just black and white. I agree...
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    A very useful post I think. I agree to...

    A very useful post I think. I agree to Trust_Not_123 that it should be moved to the tutorials.

    However I would avoid posting my email-address and - I'm not sure whether "yaps xxxxxxxxxxx...
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    I agree to what thread_killer said concerning...

    I agree to what thread_killer said concerning flame wars and religious zeal. Because of this I will not recommend any distribution.

    Personally I've startet with Linux in 1994 using SuSE and I'm...
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