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    21 to drink... Ouch! That's one good thing about...

    21 to drink... Ouch! That's one good thing about living in Alberta, Canada; you can drink at 18.
  2. This doesn't make any sense. These two guys...

    This doesn't make any sense. These two guys think that because there is no exploits known which work against their computer, that noone will ever find any?



    Guess what, I went to the point of...
  3. Thread: AO Server

    by Sudo
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    That's what I thought at first, but if you try it...

    That's what I thought at first, but if you try it several times you will see that sometimes the router replies to the pings.



    I occaisonaly experience slow-downs, but the majority of the time I...
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    Sure sounds great... However, what if the site...

    Sure sounds great... However, what if the site is hosted and run in a foreign country where the FBI holds no jurisdiction, which is often the case?

    --Sudo
  5. Thread: Gentoo Linux

    by Sudo
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    I've been running Gentoo Linux for almost 6...

    I've been running Gentoo Linux for almost 6 months now and I haven't had a single problem yet. The install was a little more challenging than other distros, but if you use the stage 3 tarballs, a...
  6. Thread: Kernel Hacking

    by Sudo
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    Excellent point. The same applies to all...

    Excellent point. The same applies to all software on Linux. Why download binaries that use the i586 instruction set when you have a P4 or a AMD processor? This is why I try to compile all of my...
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    Whenever you read an article or watch a news...

    Whenever you read an article or watch a news segment, you must say to yourself, "What is thier agenda?" When you only read one article on a story, you can be sure that there are facts missing. ...
  8. Thread: packets to bytes?

    by Sudo
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    I dont follow...

    I dont follow...
  9. Thread: Kernel Hacking

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    That seems like a lot of work when all you should...

    That seems like a lot of work when all you should need to do is install Redhat's package manager... not the whole distro.



    Thankfully that's slowly changing. I am looking forward to the day...
  10. Thread: Kernel Hacking

    by Sudo
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    The original post had nothing to do with...

    The original post had nothing to do with "compiling a custom kernel." Kernel hacking is writing code and developing drivers for unsupported hardware and/or improving existing drivers.



    I...
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    That's fine. You can keep all of the web servers...

    That's fine. You can keep all of the web servers on windows 2000.



    I have no idea how to do that on Windows (or if it's even possible), but you can easily turn an older machine into a Linux...
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    Do you really need more then 1 IP address? Why...

    Do you really need more then 1 IP address? Why not setup a router that supports NAT (as your friend suggested) and then host all of the websites on an internal LAN. Then setup different DMZs...
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    Where can you still legally download StarOffice...

    Where can you still legally download StarOffice 5? They no longer offer it on their website, but instead refer you to OpenOffice... Are there mirrors that offer it, or is it prohibited by the...
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    Whois does NOT reveal anyones personal...

    Whois does NOT reveal anyones personal information. When doing a whois, the information that you see is not that of the specific IP address, but rather the network in which the IP address belongs...
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    Do a trace route and see what happens... ...

    Do a trace route and see what happens...

    --Sudo
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    Re: Iana.org and its tactics

    Is this a joke? I think you should stick it in Tech Humour.. Or else people are gonna flame you and give you negs.

    Umm... 10.0.0.1-10.255.255.255 are reserved for private networks. They are...
  17. Thread: Telnet Unleashed

    by Sudo
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    SMTP stands for Simple Mail Transfer protocol. ...

    SMTP stands for Simple Mail Transfer protocol. How does that mean it secures email?? It would only be secure if it's using SSL (Secure Socket Layer) or another encryption scheme.

    POP stands for...
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    There is only one way to learn how to use...

    There is only one way to learn how to use Linux... And that is to use it. Go out and find the best deal you can for a cheap box. You will also need two NICs(Network Interface Cards) in the box.
    ...
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    Would it be possible to string ethernet from dorm...

    Would it be possible to string ethernet from dorm to dorm? Or maybe WiFi...

    --Sudo
  20. Thread: Floppy

    by Sudo
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    I don't think that the IDE cables were incorectly...

    I don't think that the IDE cables were incorectly installed (I think they will only go in one way), however, there is a good chance that the cdrom is sharing an existing IDE cable with another...
  21. Thread: good compiler

    by Sudo
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    Re: good compiler

    For windows (if you don't mind spending money): Borland or MS Visual C++

    There are some free compilers for win32, but I have no experience using them.

    For Linux: gcc and g++

    For a Linux...
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    Haha, Here is a prime example: ...

    Haha,

    Here is a prime example:

    http://www.antionline.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=233090

    --Sudo
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    Re: query

    Reading NTFS is no problem, however writing to a NTFS partition is still experimental. Writing may cause loss of data and is not recommended.



    Nope, shouldn't have any problems there.

    Have...
  24. Thread: The day unix died

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    That's great! ;) I like how the author used...

    That's great! ;)

    I like how the author used actual songs to base the rhyme on.

    Nice find.

    --Sudo
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    Actually, yes you can if you use an emulator such...

    Actually, yes you can if you use an emulator such as VMware or Win4Lin. Vmware can emulate any X86 OS.

    --Sudo
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