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    So why do you post them? What is the point? We...

    So why do you post them? What is the point? We can all find them ourselves. Why don't you write your own? Why don't you read the one you just posted, learn more about the subject, then write your own...
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    Something that might interest some of you:...

    Something that might interest some of you: http://tuxedo.org/~esr/writings/index.html -- Eric S. Raymond has a few essays on open source there, including one called "The Case of the Quake Cheats".
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    Source code is good! Any code you can get your...

    Source code is good! Any code you can get your hands on you can potentially learn from. So it's never 'useless'.
  4. Thread: BSD or linux?

    by nsiox
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    It's Five years now.

    It's Five years now.
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    http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/h...

    http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/linuxemu.html
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    Everyone knows that FreeBSD is the fastest thing...

    Everyone knows that FreeBSD is the fastest thing you can run on x86.
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    The reason this happens is because the disk is...

    The reason this happens is because the disk is physically damaged, like it has a crack on it. So think about what would happen to something that has a flaw in it that is spinning as fast as CDs do.
    ...
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    We all know that OpenBSD is the most secure...

    We all know that OpenBSD is the most secure operating system currently available. But, the FreeBSD 4.5 release is also very secure. So either way is good. FreeBSD probably has more support and more...
  9. Thread: Star Wars Parody

    by nsiox
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    Unix Wars......

    Unix Wars... http://tuxedo.org/~esr/writings/unixwars.html
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    Read this,...

    Read this, http://tuxedo.org/~esr/faqs/hacker-howto.html

    And then read this, http://tuxedo.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html
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    I hope you paid for it... It is good, it's not...

    I hope you paid for it...

    It is good, it's not the most configurable, but it's the easiest one I've used.
    So if you don't know what you're doing, Norton Personal Firewall is your best choice.
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    I'm only 17 years old so why does the second part...

    I'm only 17 years old so why does the second part mostly apply to me?!

    How old is everyone else who the second part applies to supposed to be? I think I need to start calculating my early death.
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    Ahem, Fluxbox.

    Ahem, Fluxbox.
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    Who said it was? Let me rephrase this, The...

    Who said it was? Let me rephrase this,

    The cable modem is limited to 45 Mbps.
    This does not mean you will get anywhere near this.
    They would have to dedicate a T3 to you if you were going to get...
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    The limits of a cable modem is 45 Mbps. The cable...

    The limits of a cable modem is 45 Mbps. The cable modem is *never* the bottleneck, Period
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    45 Mbps isn't enough for you?

    45 Mbps isn't enough for you?
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    [WebCarnage] "Shouldn't THEY know my IP...

    [WebCarnage]

    "Shouldn't THEY know my IP address?"

    1. Of course they know your IP address.

    "Either I'm EXTREMELY secure, or is this happeneing to everybody?"

    2. No, you are not "extremly...
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    FreeBSD will be the best choice for programming....

    FreeBSD will be the best choice for programming. For speed, it's the the fastest operating system you could use on that computer. For stability, it's equally comparable to OpenBSD.

    However if you...
  19. Thread: 1 antivirus

    by nsiox
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    eTrust EZ AntiVirus, A.K.A. InnoculateIT. The...

    eTrust EZ AntiVirus, A.K.A. InnoculateIT.

    The best.

    http://my-etrust.com/
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    http://tuxedo.org/~esr/faqs/hacker-howto.html ...

    http://tuxedo.org/~esr/faqs/hacker-howto.html

    The definitive beginners guide .
  21. Thread: The Google Spies

    by nsiox
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    I've noticed that if I go to http://google.com/ -...

    I've noticed that if I go to http://google.com/ - that's the site I stay at.
    But if I go to http://www.google.com/ - that's when it redirects me to http://www.google.ca/
    Hmm...
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    AMD has Socket A. How many socket types does...

    AMD has Socket A.

    How many socket types does Intel have?

    I say stick with one.
  23. Thread: COBOL Tutorial

    by nsiox
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    I've no additional information to add to this...

    I've no additional information to add to this thread, I would just like to say thanks!
    Nice job!
    Keep up the good work!
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