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    I personally use an onboard SATA raid controller...

    I personally use an onboard SATA raid controller from intel. d865prl is my board; if I remember correctly.

    Update on my progress, I downloaded the SUSE 10 LIVE iso instead of the install :( Time...
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    :eek: Good! Now I can rag on my Mac buddy...

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    Good! Now I can rag on my Mac buddy finally.

    Well, I guess it isn't really good, but I don't have a Mac, and don't work with Macs. :D
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    I downloaded the SUSE 10 iso last night and am...

    I downloaded the SUSE 10 iso last night and am currently burning it. I think I'll give SUSE a try before loading FC4. I will see if that trick works though. If it works for me, I'll see it it...
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    Raid Support in Linux

    I've been trying to find a version of linux to use on my home machine but have been having problems due to my raid configuration. I have two SATA drives stripped together and when I try to install...
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    Try looking into Hiren's Boot CD, think it has...

    Try looking into Hiren's Boot CD, think it has most of the tools you are looking for and it has a menu built into select which tools you need.
    http://homepage.ntlworld.com/hiren.thanki/bootcd.html
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    Hmm...okay, I'll have to look into that. Wasn't...

    Hmm...okay, I'll have to look into that. Wasn't aware knoppix couldn't read NTFS partitions.

    Edit: Do you mean read or write NTFS? I don't think they have a kernal that supports NTFS writes yet.
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    I believe you are refering to Knoppix.

    I believe you are refering to Knoppix.
  8. Questions about Scholastic Security Degrees and Jobs

    I've been looking around online quite a bit recently trying to find schools that teach Network Security, not general networking. The programs are far and few and just don't seem to be the quality...
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    Question...did you use StyleXP, some other...

    Question...did you use StyleXP, some other program, or do it by hand?

    If you used StyleXP or another program similar, there should have been a backup made of your boot ini and your ntoskrnl should...
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    Happy Belated Birthday. Your cake looked pretty...

    Happy Belated Birthday. Your cake looked pretty cool with the candels lit.
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    It is really the same in the States. I have...

    It is really the same in the States. I have online-banking but I check my statements too. There are just too many ways for someone to get a hold of personal information to not check it.
  12. You are probably right, atleast until they become...

    You are probably right, atleast until they become public domain...if they become public domain. I will probably be dead by then anyway, but I can always dream. :)
  13. Doesn't look like a hoax, but not a whole lot is...

    Doesn't look like a hoax, but not a whole lot is written on it either.

    http://isc.sans.org/diary.php?storyid=1098&rss

    http://www.fcw.com/article92160-01-31-06-Web

    I will be curious to hear...
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    Thank you all for your replies. I'm in the...

    Thank you all for your replies. I'm in the process of emailing back and forth with novell to see if novell over linux will be a good solution. I am really suprised no one has suggested 2k3 server. ...
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    We have thought about using linux, the problem is...

    We have thought about using linux, the problem is none of us are well versed in linux. I've played with it on a small scale, but nothing like this. If we will get the best performance from linux,...
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    Best OS for Large Scale FileServer?

    At work we ran into a problem with our current server OS not beable to support volumes over 8 TB; what OS would best suit my needs here. We have tossed around a couple of ideas but are unsure with...
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    Dude, please tell me your not going to try that...

    Dude, please tell me your not going to try that bull#$*% with telnet and "becoming a god" on your mud you play on. I told you it can't be done and if it can, you can face jail time....doesn't sound...
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    Samba vulnerability in RH

    Don't know how many people get the Red Hat emails but I figured I would let everyone know. I'm sure it affects more than just people using RH.

    Complete info here: ...
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    Hey, don't know if this is exectly what your...

    Hey, don't know if this is exectly what your looking for, but I found this and it sounds like what you need.


    Here is where I found it,...
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    Hmmm....sorry its not working so far, but are you...

    Hmmm....sorry its not working so far, but are you following it exactly as the tutorial says? You have to set some of the scripts to run as root, chmod +s "filename" that could be a possiblity if...
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    As far as I know, AOL doesn't support linux, this...

    As far as I know, AOL doesn't support linux, this may have changed. But there are other programs you can find that will emulate the aol connection progress. This is just a quick site that I found,...
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    Mrs. Mittens is on the right track. One thing...

    Mrs. Mittens is on the right track. One thing that you should also check is how your network card is setup. Most boadband services use dhcp for setup, you have to pay extra for a static ip if they...
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    Intresting article, but I fail to see why he...

    Intresting article, but I fail to see why he believes there is no need for virus protection on a linux box. IMHO I think that a virus could easily be spread through linux/unix flavours if the person...
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    Wow! Guess its time to patch. That doesn't...

    Wow! Guess its time to patch. That doesn't sound like something I want to encounter.
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    I'm not much on programming, but here is a...

    I'm not much on programming, but here is a starter.
    do
    {
    what ever crap you need in here
    } while !EOF

    that should help a little until someone else can reply
    sorry its not more
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