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    It all depends...

    If you are a gamer, there are a lot of new games coming out for linux, and old ones being ported... alot of new graphics cards being supported.. many changes.. but.. there is still a lot more support...
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    Well.. thanks for your help...

    I put this under tutorials hoping that the responses would serve others as well as me. I am familiar with the linux kernel, and an OS's kernel in general, the function it serves.. I was looking for a...
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    Linux Kernel Basics.. Recompiling?

    I have a few questions, or a need for an explanation. I've been using linux now since I was 17 ish and I am 23 now. I've done quite a bit of programming too... I'm very well versed in many problems...
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    Poll: Hmmm..

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    "The problem with SecurityFocus is not that they moderate the lists, but the fact that they deliberately delay and partially censor the information," said Thomas Kristensen, CTO of...
  5. Thread: which linux?

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    Something to remember...

    You said, 'to make the final decision' - No one's making you make a decision, hehe.. you don't even have to. Linux has rockin' everything - networking, programming environments, graphics & progs...
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    Niiice...

    Interesting.. I can't remember if you had said XP as in home, pro, pro corp or all of em? That's really interesting. I'll be looking at that myself.
  7. True True... However, in the case of his own...

    True True...

    However, in the case of his own ISPs machines, and standard internet traffic, both are fairly recognizable. Stupid software firewalls like Zonealarm tend to make the average user...
  8. Maybe you could reverse scan his machine, start...

    Maybe you could reverse scan his machine, start finding out some information on this guy; See if he has any DNS entries, and if so a contact email somewhere.

    What you should do is just straight...
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