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    Ouch...I'm on a V90!

    I haven't a hope in hell of downloading that video file! Let me see...217Mb at about 4K/sec average...no thanks.

    However, by the looks of the blurb on the site, it looks like it could well be a...
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    Hmm...

    I don't have much of a point of reference here. I have a couple of old 1.2Gb Maxtors kicking around and they fairly rattle when they read and write. I wouldn't worry too much about it if the drive...
  3. Thread: Linux sucks?

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    Well, to be honest...

    I have seen Linux crash under circumstances which didn't justify it. I think the setup I managed this on was Red Hat Linux 5.0, Kernel 2.0.36, running wu-ftpd 2.6; if you hook up to the FTP server,...
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    A suggestion...

    It might be fun also to cover octal - it's still useful you know! Possibly extend this tutorial to cover the representation of different types of data, like floating point (mantissa and exponent)...
  5. Thread: Linux sucks?

    by freon
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    Hmm. Well.

    Linux clearly doesn't suck. I've used it a lot and have never had any reason to complain about it - and I've used Windows about as much and complain about it regularly. Basically, if you're...
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    Nostalgia strikes!

    TRS-80! As in, Tandy Radio Shack! God that was a long time ago...

    First machines I used at school won't be familiar to Americans, but anyone in the UK will know them - BBC Model B and C...
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    Partly recycling information from other posts in this thread, but...

    The smallest system you can run Linux on is a 386 with a floppy drive. The smallest I'm currently running it on is a 386 SLC/25 with 8Mb of core and a 420Mb disk. You don't need FPU emulation just...
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    Poll: Bordering on a flame... but not quite :-)

    "Ill tell you, I may dislike bill gates but he did do a nice job when he built 2000."

    Bill Gates did not build Windows 2000; nor does he build anything. He's the boss - the man at the top. As...
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    Poll: Well, just to be strange for the sake of it...

    I voted for Unix in the poll because I don't feel strongly enough to vote 'other' and be vague...I certainly wouldn't recommend using any version of Windows for most things, though it's true to say...
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    My usual rant

    Well, as usual I'm going to just say steer clear of BASIC since it encourages bad programming habits and isn't at all useful in the real world. Something worth bearing in mind if you're planning to...
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    Lots of the usual :-)

    Well, I'm just going to do my usual.

    First, my somewhat late contribution to the discussion at hand:

    If someone knows your IP address, that's nothing to worry about unless your system's...
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    Well, I have three things to say to that!

    First off, I don't see that this post is that much more pointless than any of the other ones I've seen so far on this board. If you'd like to point me in the direction of one of those alternative,...
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    Speaking of inventing a computer...

    Well obviously I don't mean invent as such when I say that...that's been done. But wouldn't it be an interesting project to try to build one from separate logic gates? Just a simple 4-bit...
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    Well...

    For starters I'd probably start masturbating more...more free time with free hands! :-)

    Life without computers wouldn't be so hard. I'd still have my guitars, my air gun, and my obsession with...
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    Same old axe to grind...

    Well, I'm just posting to register a little complaint about the tag line under the big AntiOnline logo on every page that says:

    "Hackers know the weaknesses in your system. Shouldn't you?"

    I...
  16. Thread: Antipoints

    by freon
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    My tuppence worth

    Personally I don't think people should be too worried about negative AntiPoints. I think peoples' reputations are based more on what they actually say than on what a few people thought of what they...
  17. Thread: new trojan??

    by freon
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    Oh! Suddenly it becomes clear!

    Ha! I'm somewhat amused by my initial stupidity. I once was blind but now I see; I must have been reading that post cross-eyed. I thought changin was looking for a new trojan that would slip past...
  18. Thread: hotmail

    by freon
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    Well...you're highly unlikely to get an answer to...

    Well...you're highly unlikely to get an answer to that sort of question on this board, or any respectable hacker board that I know of. Please don't be offended by this unwillingness to answer, but...
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    Poll: JP!? Well respected!?

    Ahem. Well I'm not getting into that argument!

    Until very recently I didn't have an account here so it's hard to say how long I 'normally' spend here. However, particularly during the daytime at...
  20. Thread: nuke programs

    by freon
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    Just to clarify

    So far in the answers in this thread, Winnuke and the Ping of Death have been mentioned. Winnuke sent out-of-band data on port 139, which caused Windows machines to lock up. The ping of death was a...
  21. Thread: new trojan??

    by freon
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    Roll your own, so to speak

    I don't approve of people using trojans to attack people, but I would say that if you want a trojan that won't be detected by antivirus, the best way to go about it is to write your own. That way...
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    Hex editors...

    Hex editors are just very generalised editors which can edit any kind of file. This you probably already know. They let you change the values in any location in any type of file to whatever you...
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    Poll: I suggest the term "Hackers"

    I personally think the term "Hacker" doesn't sound at all threatening. Rather than trying to dodge the inaccuracies in the media (and on AntiOnline itself) I think it would make sense to do what we...
  24. Thread: JP, Look At This

    by freon
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    Yeah...

    Basically I agree. This forum appears to be relatively good, just from the point of view of the quality of answers I see given to questions here. I haven't been here long, though, so I might change...
  25. Thread: JP, Look At This

    by freon
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    The whole AntiOnline/Attrition thing

    I tend to side with Attrition.org on this since they appear to know what they're talking about and JP doesn't. However, I must say I don't really think all that stuff is worth talking too much...
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