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    MsMittens: I did do a man on it and it did not...

    MsMittens: I did do a man on it and it did not come up with the information that I need. I agree, though, man pages ARE wonderful. Also I did use the correct syntax (I checked). The syntax is...
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    hosts.allow / hosts.deny question

    Hey guys.
    I'm running RedHat 7.3 and I am trying to set up the hosts.allow/deny files in /etc. Here's what I have so far...

    hosts.deny:
    -this is blank because it auto blocks everything
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    Hmm cool stuff, I always wondered how to do that....

    Hmm cool stuff, I always wondered how to do that. Thanks for the post. :)
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    to go a step farther you can make a hidden...

    to go a step farther you can make a hidden directory (with no name) by using non ASCII characters. Just look in the back of your Windows manual and it should have a listing of differant combinations...
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    thanks a lot, awsome for me and my *nix newbie...

    thanks a lot, awsome for me and my *nix newbie needs ;-)
  6. I'm going with Syini666 on this one, I find that...

    I'm going with Syini666 on this one, I find that redhat.com's web site is worthless compared to doing a google on a command or come here. Also the MAN pages help out a lot. Heck you don't really need...
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    I just read over the posts and I think at this...

    I just read over the posts and I think at this point we have a few options...

    1. wait it out and see what happens (most realistic)
    2. take HTRegz's suggestion and someone put up their own IRC...
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    Wow that's a big number lol. I'm not very big...

    Wow that's a big number lol.

    I'm not very big in the encryption world, not 100% sure how the entire thing works but I have a very primitive idea. There was a challenge put forth by a math teacher...
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    As neta1o said there are programs that most...

    As neta1o said there are programs that most teachers use these days that find out if you're plagarizing. Also it's easy for a good teacher to figure out if you're cheating or not, most everyone has a...
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    Hey JP. I'm going to give the link of this post...

    Hey JP.
    I'm going to give the link of this post to my computer club because we're always looking for new hardware (we're an odd computer club, not your average lol).

    Thanks for the offer and sad...
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    Thank you very much, exactly what I was looking...

    Thank you very much, exactly what I was looking for. :)
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    Personaly I dont mind that at all. I used to love...

    Personaly I dont mind that at all. I used to love and play Diablo, Diablo II, Diablo II Expansion Pack. Soon after getting the Expansion Pack I discovered that I was bored out of my mind and to me it...
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    Internet Explorer Programs question

    Hey guys.

    At school we run the First Class client/network and I was wondering if there is any way to make First Class my "default email program" for IE? If you go to Tools > Internet Options >...
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    Poll: I must say that I love the movie. I dont literaly...

    I must say that I love the movie. I dont literaly watch it everyday but I try as much as possable. True it's not accurate, but that is because it's Hollywood and they did need to "hollywoodize" it so...
  15. Thread: Hackers!

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    haha awsome stuff :-)

    haha awsome stuff :-)
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    Thanks for this, I'm going to have to find an...

    Thanks for this, I'm going to have to find an hour or so of free time and take it. :-)
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    I would suggest looking around in your "Internet...

    I would suggest looking around in your "Internet Options" Tools > Internet Options
    Also it could just be the web page. Or do all the web pages that you go to autorefresh every 30seconds?
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    Another possability (if you are using a phone...

    Another possability (if you are using a phone line) would be to either use a Gold Box or Loop Numbers. Of course your download speeds and what not would not be all THAT great but hey, it's an option.
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    I believe that Lynx is probably the most used...

    I believe that Lynx is probably the most used text based browser for *nix. Personaly I love it and use it all the time for my Red Hat 7.3 machine. However if I want a file I usualy SSH to my RH7.3...
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    Fun stuff :-)

    Fun stuff :-)
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    Patriot II Bill - News Report

    From http://www.securityfocus.com
    Full Article: http://online.securityfocus.com/news/2296


    We've heard a lot about this sort of thing coming. The magazine 2600 (www.2600.com) last issue had most...
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    I am as well hoping to buy...

    I am as well hoping to buy www.intellectual-geek.org at a later time. Just waiting for their sales people to get back to me on something, doubt they will though lol. But should I get it I will...
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    That would be awsome. :) It would require a lot...

    That would be awsome. :)
    It would require a lot of space plus a lot of time to sort threw uploads. Also AO already has something like this, except it's a Security TXT Files section. Check their nav...
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    I love this kind of stuff. I'm the type of person...

    I love this kind of stuff. I'm the type of person who archives every good txt file that I come accross...good thing I have a large hard drive ;)
    I've seen these before but I hadn't saved them...
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    books sites such as these are always great to...

    books sites such as these are always great to have, bookmarked 'em :-)
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