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    The patch is not only available from automatic...

    The patch is not only available from automatic update. You can download only the VM patch from the windows update site. http://windowsupdate.microsoft.com
  2. Thread: SSH on RH

    by lukea
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    I'm not sure, but I'd check the /etc/hosts file...

    I'm not sure, but I'd check the /etc/hosts file to see if the old IP is still associated with the hostname. I'm probably incorrect, but from your post it sounds like you may have a problem with...
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    Windows ME

    Isn't that the bastard child that MS doesn't like acknowledge?
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    Local computer shop

    If it is your first time building a computer and your not quite sure of yourself it would be wise to buy the parts (or most of the parts) from a local computer store (small builder, not Best Buy...
  5. Thread: free tv?

    by lukea
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    Corporate BS

    They need to take a step back, retool, and move forward. I find it hard to believe that the marketing departments can't find a profitable alternative to tv advertising as it is today. Branding and...
  6. Bad News...

    I'm pretty sure snort runs on linux also (almost positive, but too lazy to look). Anyway, if it has been hacked (sounds like a good possibility) the only way to be sure that every thing is clean is...
  7. Thread: SPAM Sux

    by lukea
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    Spam Assassin (offtopic sortof)

    I work a small ISP and we have been using spam assassin for about 2 mos. So far it works great except for one thing. Maybe you can point me to some info on it (we have searched google, the...
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    Mozilla

    I've been using mozilla mail for a couple months with no problems. It's not jam packed with features, but it manages multiple accounts well (doesn't lump all accounts together like outlook). ...
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    Good info

    I never realised it was that simple to change a MAC. Nice to know, thanks for posting it.
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    Black Lines

    What OS are you using? I've had similar (not exactly the same) things happing with older versions of KDE (2.x) on an i810 video (onboard) card. But it didn't just happen while web browsing.

    So...
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    Mozilla Rocks!

    Download it here (my personal partial mirror):

    Windows


    Linux
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    Coyote Linux is worth consideration. ...

    Coyote Linux is worth consideration.

    http://www.coyotelinux.com
  13. Thread: Stupid popups

    by lukea
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    Popup Blocker

    Check out Mozilla (Netscape's code is based on this). Mozilla is probably the best browser I've used, and 1.0 was released today. It is a rather large download (~10MB), but it gives you the option...
  14. Thread: Cygwin

    by lukea
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    cygwin security

    I'm no expert on this (I only use windows occasionally), but cygwin can only be vulnerable if you install some kind of server software (telnetd, sshd, ftpd, etc.). If you want to be able to access...
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    Linux & Proliant

    A quick google search reveals this:

    Compaq Proliant and Linux


    Hope that helps.
  16. Poll: Windows/Linux Dual Boot?

    If you're talking about running Windows and Linux on the same maching start here:

    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&q=dual+boot+windows+linux+howto
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    Insecure by default

    I would like to setup a box on my home network that would be somewhat easy to gain unauthorized access through remote exploits (i.e., not weak passwords, etc.). I've heard of a lot of Redhat 6.2...
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