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    seriously cool stuff. A lot of work had to go...

    seriously cool stuff. A lot of work had to go into this and I have to give them credit for it. Thanks for the awesome tip, PT!

    zaddikim
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    ...and how about Castles made of Sand, by...

    ...and how about Castles made of Sand, by Hendrix? The whole song
    and on a funnier note, check out Frank Zappa's Dumb All Over, for some interesting insights into current events, which was written...
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    Bring it on indeed... I'm a recent convert to...

    Bring it on indeed...
    I'm a recent convert to the *nix camp, and although using Red Hat isn't too bad, I got a little 486 box that I'm converting into a router, and it looks like I'll need to put...
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    Poll: This problem is not the sole property of...

    <rant>
    This problem is not the sole property of American Legislature...
    Canadian politicians have been doing the same thing for as long as I can remember, and much like American politicos, the...
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    Ri0tEr's got it, cccmsn works out the best, I...

    Ri0tEr's got it,
    cccmsn works out the best, I use it at school when I need to message my wife about something. As far as a compile process, there isn't much of one. It's all there in the README. If...
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    Mine's a circle with runes inside, the runes...

    Mine's a circle with runes inside, the runes being the initials of my wife and I. Despite the discomfort, I will be getting more *hooked!*. The next one will probably be either a BIOS chip or a CPU...
  7. Thread: User Handles

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    zaddikim is the plural of zadok (and I know...

    zaddikim is the plural of zadok (and I know there's a Zadok552 or something in AO), an Aramaic word from about 2000 years ago, associated with the Essene community in ancient Jerusalem. Zadok means...
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    Linux RH 7.2+ ( AFAIK) will see Windows Fat32 and...

    Linux RH 7.2+ ( AFAIK) will see Windows Fat32 and NTFS partitions just fine. I've done it, and while it doesn't specify NTFS per se, VFAT is a catch-alll that provides DOS file support with long file...
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    I'd have to agree with avdven, the power supply...

    I'd have to agree with avdven, the power supply may be a big part of this. If your power supply is hovering around the 100 watt s/output level, you need to consider another power supply. I tried...
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    Interesting post PaleMoon, two thumbs up, since a...

    Interesting post PaleMoon, two thumbs up, since a n00b can't give AP's ... :-)

    Although this would be a Good Thing (tm), there are a couple of roadblocks to be encountered on such an endeavour......
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    Cool thread.... How about a uniquely Canadian...

    Cool thread....

    How about a uniquely Canadian contribution to the international punk scene...
    Dayglo Abortions!
    Between "Argh, ****, Kill" and "I wanna be an East Indian", I didn't know whether...
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    It would be kinda nifty to have a keyboard that...

    It would be kinda nifty to have a keyboard that has the same footprint as a laptop set, but how does it feel?
    If you're not comfortable with the action, it won't matter how cool it looks. A Fujitsu...
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    Greetings... AFAIK, Win9x is no longer...

    Greetings...

    AFAIK, Win9x is no longer supported as of late this year, although as per usual the date will slide around
    a bit. Windows 2000 on the other hand, has a projected best-before-date of...
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    You _can_ use Novell 3.11, but AFAIK, it doesn't...

    You _can_ use Novell 3.11, but AFAIK, it doesn't have IP as a native protocol, so frametype translation
    is going to be an issue. It is a really secure NOS though.

    Another thing to watch out for...
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    Great list, ac1d ! As a link-whore, I snarfed...

    Great list, ac1d !
    As a link-whore, I snarfed the lot of them, and have already put them to good use, although I
    won't be showing my wife anytime soon, as she's the same way, and will be using my...
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    re: formatting HD and its' effects... AFAIK,...

    re: formatting HD and its' effects...

    AFAIK, reformatting has little effect on your hard drive as far as life expectancy is concerned. Note that I said
    little, and not no. As Joey_Batch_File...
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    Hmmm, beverage - coffee. 'Nuff said. Water if...

    Hmmm,
    beverage - coffee. 'Nuff said. Water if the temperature's off the charts
    food - whatever doesn't appear to be a science experiment, usually toast+PB
    toonz - whatever I feel...
  18. Thread: War?

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    A little correction......

    <dons asbestos jammies>
    A little correction...
    The Taliban was not supported by the US in the fight against the Soviet Union in the 80's. In fact, The Taliban
    was a development after the Soviets...
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    If the colleges in question have a common setup...

    If the colleges in question have a common setup as to how to access student information, et. al.,
    then they should be rethinking the way they set it up in the first place, instead of harping on...
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    Well howdy folks!

    OK, so it's not like it's my first post, but here goes...

    I've recently (since Jan/02) enrolled in an IT course after a decade of Automotive and Warehouse
    monkey jobs, being laid off due to...
  21. You may not want to totally remove the "everyone"...

    You may not want to totally remove the "everyone" group from the security permissions. What you _could_
    do is set the permissions per folder for each user, ie., user1 can see the Docments and...
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    Poll: Just to let you know, THEJRC, no heat from me......

    Just to let you know, THEJRC, no heat from me...

    I agree with your comments. With the exception of the current <euphemism>fluff</euphemism> flying around
    regarding P2P hacking by the Corps, a...
  23. Thread: Domain Names

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    errr, yeah.... khakisrule has a good point (I...

    errr, yeah....

    khakisrule has a good point (I can be wrong...often). if you noticed, my URL isn't a top-level domain,
    it's got that pesky ".d2g." in it. You can't get too much for free nowadays....
  24. Thread: DSL Security

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    Poll: Sounds like you got a pretty tight set-up, bro!...

    Sounds like you got a pretty tight set-up, bro!
    A little paranoia can be a good thing. But you never really know sometimes...get someone to nmap your
    box, top to bottom, and see what they (or you,...
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    Hey Army, We've all been like that at one time...

    Hey Army,

    We've all been like that at one time or another. When one does come to that realization, savour it, learn from it
    and incorporate it into your life.
    And as for
    <quote>
    and even...
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