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  1. Yeah, I know.... that's just not as cool as...

    Yeah, I know.... that's just not as cool as standing in the lobby and printing to my office. :D

    Thanks for the feedback.
  2. Wireless printer sharing across networks?

    Ok, after resisting change for quite some time because that's just my nature, I'm getting on board the wireless bandwagon finally. But I have an issue I'm not sure about, and a good Googling didn't...
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    ...which is where a good proxy/personal firewall...

    ...which is where a good proxy/personal firewall would come into play. My company requires me to use Outlook for e-mail at work, so I use the many-years-old-but-still-the-best :D AtGuard to permit...
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    I didn't mean to take the thread so far...

    I didn't mean to take the thread so far off-topic. But...


    Erm.... hmph. If you say so.


    Alrighty then. Why don't you set \Program Files \windows and \windows\system32 read-only for all...
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    Just to throw in my .02.... I don't think any...

    Just to throw in my .02....

    I don't think any of this will accomplish anything except put McAfee out of business and put the hurt on Symantec. Regardless of what Microsoft's intentions are, no...
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    This doesn't do exactly what you're looking for,...

    This doesn't do exactly what you're looking for, but perhaps it can be modified to suit your needs. I wrote it a while back, and I suspect some of the links are dead now.....
    ...
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    I would recommend Mandrake's DiskDrake as an...

    I would recommend Mandrake's DiskDrake as an extremely viable alternative to Partition Magic. It has nondestructive resizing and lots of other nifty features you normally find in commercial...
  8. MSN messenger via transparant Squid proxy

    Greetings, all. After an extended absence from AO, I finally have some free time to get back online. Lots o' stuff has changed in my life since I was here last, including a career change and a move...
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    To answer the question..... What you're seeing...

    To answer the question.....

    What you're seeing is an artefact of a bad MPEG compression.

    MPEG video is compressed both spatially (within a single frame like a JPEG image) and temporally...
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    I'm not 100% sure, but I believe that card uses...

    I'm not 100% sure, but I believe that card uses the DEC Tulip driver. Try 'modprobe tulip' and see what happens. It's worth a shot.
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    It's extremely unlikely that you have an...

    It's extremely unlikely that you have an unsupported network card, IMO. NIC support has always been one of Linux's strongest suits in the hardware department. The stock kernel has modules for just...
  12. Absolutely. Unless something has changed in the...

    Absolutely. Unless something has changed in the last week while I wasn't paying attention, SCO has yet to produce a single line of code that they claim has been misappropriated. The only way to see...
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    Apologies for coming into this late, but I...

    Apologies for coming into this late, but I haven't been around much lately. Lots o'stuff keeping me tied up these days. :D



    I have to disagree with my two esteemed colleagues on this one. ...
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    Since I don't run any public services on my...

    Since I don't run any public services on my network, I prefer to drop everything on the WAN side and reject on the LAN side.

    There is a school of thought which holds that rejecting on the WAN...
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    You have to run the ./configure script before you...

    You have to run the ./configure script before you compile most software in Linux. By default, user-compiled software will install to /usr/local, while most package managers like RPM install to /usr....
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    Yes, that's it.

    Yes, that's it.
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    You need a ./configure --prefix=/usr in there...

    You need a ./configure --prefix=/usr in there before make.
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    mount -t vfat -o umask=000 /dev/hdxx /mnt/windows...

    mount -t vfat -o umask=000 /dev/hdxx /mnt/windows
    mount -t ntfs -o umask=000,ro /dev/hdxx /mnt/windows

    Should do the trick. ;)
  19. Well, I'm only blocking forwarded TCP packets...

    Well, I'm only blocking forwarded TCP packets from the LAN at this point. All forwarded UDP packets are allowed to pass through, and all outbound traffic (TCP or UDP) that originates from the...
  20. Server resolution in iptables script?

    A while back, I implemented egress filtering at my gateway box to tighten things up a bit. I only allowed outbound traffic on specific ports (e.g., 80, 443, 110, 25, etc...) Now I want to take it a...
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    Unlimited doesn't mean unlimited speed. It means...

    Unlimited doesn't mean unlimited speed. It means there is no limit to the amount of data you are allowed to transfer in a specified time period. Some ISP's give you an allotted bandwidth for the...
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    Ok, I give. After 5 posts all saying exactly the...

    Ok, I give. After 5 posts all saying exactly the same thing, WTF is "teh suk?"
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    Sorry, but I don't buy it. There are as many...

    Sorry, but I don't buy it. There are as many different reasons for dispensing points as there are users on this system. As they are all matters of opinion and judgement, none can be objectively...
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    If you have Linux, the Gimp will also do it. ...

    If you have Linux, the Gimp will also do it. Just resize and save. That's what I used to resize the animation for my avatar.
  25. But isn't that precisely the rationale behind CSS...

    But isn't that precisely the rationale behind CSS and Region coding, as well as most of the DRM technologies that are still in their infancy? To tell you when, where, and on what kind of player you...
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