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    When I was using linux 24/7 (sadly, no longer the...

    When I was using linux 24/7 (sadly, no longer the case until I can get another monitor and a new HDD for my desktop2 machine), I updated the kernel every time there was an update. It's not like it's...
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    What fool uses distro-specific kernel updates!?...

    What fool uses distro-specific kernel updates!? COMPILE YOUR OWN! :D
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    I played Doom II over the Internet when it only...

    I played Doom II over the Internet when it only had support for IPX/SPX (pre-Doom95). Then again, that was using Trumpet Winsock and Kali to do it. :)
  4. Thread: HACK inn

    by chsh
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    If you can on the spot describe the differences...

    If you can on the spot describe the differences between the OSI model and the TCP/IP (or DOD) model, then maybe complaints about what you are and aren't getting taught are valid (or not). Honestly...
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    If you intend on being a serious professional in...

    If you intend on being a serious professional in a security research position, then I'm afraid you aren't going to be able to get away with learning only a couple of languages. Even for simple tools...
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    http://www.cryptography.com/cnews/hash.html ...

    http://www.cryptography.com/cnews/hash.html

    Note that MD5-HMAC is somewhat unaffected by the vulnerability. Also, the hashing collisions have been discussed elsewhere here.

    Your best bet is a...
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    Nothing like a healthy heap of stereotyping to...

    Nothing like a healthy heap of stereotyping to make one's day.

    I did know of a programmer once who had no clue how to move his windows taskbar off the side of his screen. Bright guy, just never...
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    Nothing like a healthy heap of stereotyping to...

    Nothing like a healthy heap of stereotyping to make one's day.

    I did know of a programmer once who had no clue how to move his windows taskbar off the side of his screen. Bright guy, just never...
  9. Thread: Amd Cpu

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    Yes, you still need paging files. Generally 2GB...

    Yes, you still need paging files. Generally 2GB is the most you'd want, but it's safe to let your OS handle it if it can do that sort of thing. :)

    PS: Having upgraded from the machine Mavro HAD to...
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    You need to modify the upload-max-filesize...

    You need to modify the upload-max-filesize directive in php.ini:
    http://ca.php.net/manual/en/ini.core.php#ini.upload-max-filesize
    The default is the 2MB you're seeing.
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    That's not necessarily accurate TH. Many SOHO...

    That's not necessarily accurate TH. Many SOHO routers will act as caching DNS servers (such as wireless home D-Link and Linksys models).

    I do find it interesting that you can ping google using the...
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    One quick note about require vs include, require...

    One quick note about require vs include, require will stop your script from running at all should the file be missing (ie: you may not even get your errors displayed, tho those sorts of bugs seem to...
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    If by passing a file you mean uploading a file...

    If by passing a file you mean uploading a file via a web script, just check out the following in the PHP Manual: http://ca.php.net/manual/en/features.file-upload.php#features.file-upload.post-method
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    HT, is that exactly how your redirect lines are...

    HT, is that exactly how your redirect lines are supposed to look, or is that the boards borking them in the name of auto-linking? If that's how it is written in your code, that's one big potential...
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    Poll: Nothing all that exciting. Hardest course for me...

    Nothing all that exciting. Hardest course for me this semester was my mathematics for game programming course, which is only bad for me because once I get beyond simple algebra I tend to confuse...
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    Poll: Hiding. :P Playing a bit of WoW when I'm not...

    Hiding. :P

    Playing a bit of WoW when I'm not doing school, and busy helping other people out for money when I am doing school, so a bit of a lot of stuff. :)
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    Not using code highlighters for the lose. :P At...

    Not using code highlighters for the lose. :P At any rate, if it's not working on the host, make a simple script that contains:

    <?php
    echo phpinfo();
    ?>
    If it doesn't output, then PHP is...
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    JCreator (last one I saw anyway) did not include...

    JCreator (last one I saw anyway) did not include a gui builder, though that was as distant as 5 months ago. Netbeans' GUI builder is a bit bloated in what it does generate.

    If you want to go the...
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    Re: Simple PHP/MySQL - Fresh Eyes Needed

    Corrected versions as I see 'em below:


    <?PHP // Always use <?PHP to open tags, there's a reason PEAR compliance requires it.
    $user = "XXXXX";
    $pass = "XXXXX";
    $db = "XXXXXX";
    $myserver =...
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    Poll: Gore, if you want a *nix derivative that has a...

    Gore, if you want a *nix derivative that has a shiny interface go get OS X ya whiny biatch. :P

    PS: The speed advantage of &lt;1% exhibited by Fedora Core 4 x86_64 is easily negated by the simplicity...
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    Here's an idea: Run all your stuff off of...

    Here's an idea: Run all your stuff off of Ramdisks, and load it off a piece of removable media (CD, removable HD), then take the removable media and stick it in a small rocket capable of achieving...
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    Poll: This is a bad question for two reasons: 1. It...

    This is a bad question for two reasons:
    1. It varies from situation to situation, environment to environment.
    2. There will always be arguments as to which side is more effective, and there are...
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    I suggest looking at changelogs or googling for...

    I suggest looking at changelogs or googling for mailing list archives about it. As for whether it can still be obtained, of course it can. All linux kernel versions since 1.0 have been archived at...
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    I'm not foolish enough to say that. Sure, I would...

    I'm not foolish enough to say that. Sure, I would like to see the linux crowd as being generally more tech and internet savvy, however, I don't make that assumption. I've run into a lot of people who...
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    Hahah, that's awesome. John Cleese's boss is...

    Hahah, that's awesome. John Cleese's boss is Michael Dorn, aka Worf from Star Trek.

    I'm a geek btw. :P
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