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    Consider my request a precaution in cause a...

    Consider my request a precaution in cause a firewall were to fail.
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    Windows 2000 Professional

    Windows 2000 Professional
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    Open/Listening Ports

    By default, Windows has numerous ports open/listening when it is not necessary for them to be so. I'm looking for a way to have all ports I specify that are open/listening by default CLOSED when the...
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    Preciate it, IchNisan. I get a little uppity when...

    Preciate it, IchNisan. I get a little uppity when I find files I can't play with. ;)
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    (yourhostnamehere).ldb

    There's a file in Internet logs that's untouchable (system won't let go) called [yourhostname].ldb. Reminds me of index.dat and all those goodies...what is it, and how do I destroy, if necessary.
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    Re: sockets 23 how to remove?

    I recommend TFAK by Snakebyte for all your trojan detection and removal needs. It's free.
  7. Thread: Partitioning

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    Re: Partitioning

    If you already have win98 on a single partition that takes up your entire hard drive, and want to have separate partitions for mandrake and win2k, simply use diskdrake during the expert install...
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    P.S. Lilo or Grub will take care of the...

    P.S.

    Lilo or Grub will take care of the booting, if you've installed win98 first.
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    Re: dual boot question + Gilligan poll

    Owen, if you already have 98 installed on a single partition that takes up your whole hard drive, I'm pretty sure Red Hat has a partition manager under the "expert" installation mode that will allow...
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    Re: LinkSys Router Question

    I've got the Linksys Etherfast Cable/DSL router, 4-port variety, and it runs like a charm on my dual boot win/linux system. I've had it for more than 4 months, no issues. Does support IP forwarding...
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