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  1. Thread: Irc

    by gaxprels
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    Irc

    Is the IRC server down? I can't seem to connect with mIRC or through the java applet on the website. Just curious.

    Happy Hacking
  2. Thread: BIOS Problems

    by gaxprels
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    You don't need a "CMOS wiper." Just open the...

    You don't need a "CMOS wiper." Just open the case, look for a jumper near the CMOS battery labeled "CMOS Reset." Set the jumper pin to the reset position for a couple of minutes, then put it back...
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    are you running XP? that was for win9x. (i also...

    are you running XP? that was for win9x. (i also could have goofed and it may have been c:\windows\system32\command) sorry if that was it. :)

    Happy Hacking
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    if you do a "dir /w/p/ah *.kak" and "dir/w/p/ah...

    if you do a "dir /w/p/ah *.kak" and "dir/w/p/ah *.hta" in your c:\windows\system\command directory, and don't see anything, you should be okay. if you do see something, you should do an "attrib -h...
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    Actually, the KAK worm is easy to get rid of...

    Actually, the KAK worm is easy to get rid of manually (without using your AV software.) Our campus got infected with it last year, and I had to manually remove it from several computers.

    Happy...
  6. Thread: Bsd

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    I don't think this is quite what you are looking...

    I don't think this is quite what you are looking for, but there is a project to install OpenBSD onto a 32Mb Compact Flash rom (as a pcmcia HD for example) go to emBSD to check it out.

    Happy...
  7. Thread: C++ Help

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    should be isn't exactly...

    <iostream> should be <iostream.h> isn't exactly correct. <iostream.h> is deprecated in favor of using namespaces. instead of doing:

    using namespace std...
    why don't you just do
    using...
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    Did it "disconnect" you after you had been using...

    Did it "disconnect" you after you had been using it a while, or did it "refuse" the connection? If it refused the connection, (allowed a connect, but not a login) check your config files for sshd. ...
  9. If you are thinking about "how would a cracker...

    If you are thinking about "how would a cracker map my network" you can do several things...

    If the router allows login connections, they could try to get into your router and look at the routing...
  10. Thread: small prob

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    First, the obvious... Are you using a Modem...

    First, the obvious...
    Are you using a Modem Cable and not just a standard serial extension cable? Some (if not all) external modems need a special cable.

    Is the modem turned on?

    Does the...
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    It really depends on what services you are...

    It really depends on what services you are running and what programs need what user ID's. (It's different for each system, somebody correct me if I'm wrong.)

    If you aren't planning on running...
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    Yes, I seemed to remember you saying it was...

    Yes, I seemed to remember you saying it was Mandrake, as well. When people on here ask "Which distribution is good for a beginner?" I tend to say "Mandrake" I forget sometimes that Mandrake likes...
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    audioluv, What versions of Linux have you tried?...

    audioluv,
    What versions of Linux have you tried? What hardware do you have?
    Video Card, Sound Card, MotherBoard, RAM (amount and type), Hard Drive, Modem, Printer, Monitor, CD Roms/CDR/DVD...
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    Portsentry logs the connection attempts to a...

    Portsentry logs the connection attempts to a special file called portsentry.history. This file is located in /usr/local/psionic/portsentry directory by default. Mandrake comes with it pre-installed...
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    You should also check out Portsentry at...

    You should also check out Portsentry at psionic.com

    It will log all suspicious activity, as well as give you the option to automatically drop the attacking IP into the hosts.deny file (for...
  16. oblio (hehbris), I mentioned TCL because...

    oblio (hehbris),
    I mentioned TCL because antihaxor wanted to know a good language to know as a programmer, but is easy to learn. TCL is far from a useless language. You can do just as much with it...
  17. If you are looking for a career as a programmer....

    The best language to learn is............

    As many as you can. :cool:

    If you want a language to start learning with, I suggest C/C++ because many of the other languages were written with a...
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    Poll: Really? I would have said the same thing about...

    Really? I would have said the same thing about KDE. They're basically the same, I just thnk GNOME looks better. JMHO, though and not trying to start a flame war.

    Happy Hacking
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    Poll: I prefer GNOME because it LOOKS better than KDE. ...

    I prefer GNOME because it LOOKS better than KDE. They are functionally the same. They are both bloatware, but I have the processing power and RAM, so why not enjoy it. At least they are bloatware...
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    This is one distribution I have never dealt with....

    This is one distribution I have never dealt with. However, if you could be more specific about what your problem is, we might be able to help. Give us the steps involved in installing it, the steps...
  21. Thread: Question!

    by gaxprels
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    It depends on the firewall. If you have a...

    It depends on the firewall. If you have a separate box dedicated as your firewall in a DMZ situation, they may be able to id the OS of the firewall by a portscan that does TCP stack signature...
  22. Thread: Linux Modem

    by gaxprels
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    In kppp, you need to set up your primary and...

    In kppp, you need to set up your primary and secondary DNS lookup servers. You may also have to disable local DNS on connect. There is a check box in one of the tabs to do this. If those don't get...
  23. Thread: Linux Modem

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    This is your problem. ttySx are used for serial...

    This is your problem. ttySx are used for serial communications (equivalent to com1 thru com4 on DOS/Windows) and the parallel port is lpx where x is a number 0 to however many you have. In other...
  24. Thread: Swap

    by gaxprels
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    Linux uses a separate partition for swap space...

    Linux uses a separate partition for swap space (by default). I believe Windows uses a swap file, (as opposed to a swap partition) and creates that for you during the installation. I know the size...
  25. Thread: Linux "path"

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    It is a good idea for normal users, but it is...

    It is a good idea for normal users, but it is generally NOT what you want to do with root's PATH variable. If your system has been compromised, someone could plant a command (like a copy of "ls") in...
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