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  1. gps?

    how did they use the GPS (global positioning system, unless you are referring to something else) to communicate? to my knowledge, a GPS receiver works by timing how long it takes a signal to make it...
  2. Thread: HTTP Basics

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    bootieofdarkness

    bootieofdarkness...lol, I wish I could come up with creative names like that. Well, have you actually tried to connect to a server with Telnet? There shouldn't be any problem with DSL. A connection...
  3. Thread: HTTP Basics

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    Glad people liked it.

    I'm glad people liked it; I tried to be as technically accurate as possible. I did not know the host thing was necessary; I didn't get an indication of that from the RFC. However, I have trouble...
  4. Thread: HTTP Basics

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    HTTP Basics

    As I was searching through AntiOnline, looking for ways a "newbie" like me could contribute, I realized that nobody had posted (or at least, I could not find) a general tutorial on HTTP. "Hey!" I...
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    HTTP Tutorial

    Unless anyone objects, I'll be working on a tutorial on HTTP including examples via telnet.
  6. Thread: Ports?

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    Places to Telnet

    Here is one place for you to telnet to on port 23: tcfreenet.org . It only lets you use a limited version of Lynx as a guest, but I do not know what it would let you do as a registered user.
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    Competitor's?

    Hehe! Don't you love the way Microsoft worded it: "competitor's shells"? What shells is Microsoft referring to? Bash? Ksh? Tcsh? Those are all open-source command-line shells written for *nix...
  8. Thread: Ports?

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    Telnet Closing

    Not sure. They might have changed the way the Telnet program works since Me. If I try to connect to a server with Telnet, and I cannot get a connection, an error message pops up, but Telnet keeps...
  9. Thread: Ports?

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    Telnet

    Hades, it depends on what you mean by Telnet. Telnet is both a service, and program that comes with Windows and *nix distributions. As for the service, Windows NT-XP Pro include a Telnet service, and...
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    Python Editor?

    Python editor? Well, Python for Windows comes with a fair IDE (editor), but if you want another one, here is a link to a listing of a few: http://www.python.org/editors/. Just go down to "Integrated...
  11. Thread: Ports?

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    Little Extra on Ports

    I just thought I would mention a few things. First, invader did a good job listing the main ones that a "normal" Internet user would connect to (although I do not know about 11, invader maybe you...
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    JavaScript xor Operator

    Although I would definitely agree with roswell1329 that you should find an alternative to JavaScript (such as PHP) for your game, in case you are still interested, the xor operator is the same thing,...
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    Partition Magic vs. Mandrake Installer

    Interestingly enough, my copy of Partition Magic could not fix a few of the problems with an old hard drive of mine, but the Mandrake Linux 9.0 installer handled it without a hitch. However, a newer...
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    Obligatory Introduction

    Hello all. I just had this insatiable urge to introduce myself. I'm not going to reveal much personal information, just a little info about my computer knowledge. I definitely do not consider myself...
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