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    Thanks for the reply mungyun. I set up a...

    Thanks for the reply mungyun. I set up a development server yesterday for the sole purpose of getting a feel for it. Ultimately the plan is to develop locally and upload projects to SharePoint...
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    Starting out with SharePoint 2010

    I am just starting out with SharePoint. I have been reading blogs and forums scattered across the net and have bought a few books covering development in SharePoint. I was wondering if someone who is...
  3. I won't be able to access the machine itself for...

    I won't be able to access the machine itself for another two weeks so I can't get that information.

    1. I plan on retaining two drives that it's currently using. One is a 160GB and the other is a...
  4. New Hard Drive Compatibility with Old Computers

    I was considering purchasing a new SATA HD for an older server of mine (possibly 8 years old). I want to buy a terabyte for it, but am concerned about whether it'll be able to recognize a drive that...
  5. Thread: Switch Lights

    by rasem
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    Switch Lights

    I was wondering if someone could briefly identify what the LED lights on a switch or on a NIC represent. I always thought they represented packet collisions and corrections or something along those...
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    Memory Conservation vs. Execution Speed

    Howdy folks!

    I have a question regarding programming in general. I'm writing programs for a Stamp 2 microcontroller using PBASIC. The unit I'm working with has 20 MHz processing speed, 26 bytes...
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    I don't know a whole lot about running spiders or...

    I don't know a whole lot about running spiders or crawlers, but for the sake of technicalities, wget can "handle" logins in terms of usernames/passwords ( .htaccess ). Are you looking for a spider...
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    Thank you for all of your feedback. I appreciate...

    Thank you for all of your feedback. I appreciate it very much. I'll try it out first thing tommorow afternoon.

    --rasem
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    Fedora Partition Ordering Problem

    howdy,

    I ran into a queer predicament at work today. We are working on an employee's Linux machine and the it has a SCSI drive running as the master, and two slave IDE drives. The SCSI went bad...
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    Gee - lots of posts, but I want to make sure that...

    Gee - lots of posts, but I want to make sure that I'm fully understanding your answer, d0pp. I understand that that mode will accept all packets, however in the scenario we're doing this with a...
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    Tiger Shark, I would like to start by...

    Tiger Shark,

    I would like to start by conceding to your superior skills.

    I went back and re-read the section on MAC-address spoofing as you suggested. Would it be accurate to say that you could...
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    Whoa. This topic has gone errr off-topic. For the...

    Whoa. This topic has gone errr off-topic. For the record there are ways to "sniff" traffic going on on a router or switch. I've read about ARP poisioning which you could use to monitor traffic going...
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    I figured out how to get it all working. It was...

    I figured out how to get it all working. It was simple once I found some updated instructions. It was annoying that they didn't have a binary for SuSE available and several of the tarballs on...
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    Tomcat Installation == rocket science?

    In hopes of eventually installing JForum software, I've been struggling with the installation of the apache Tomcat server. Whille there is available documentation on the Internet, most of it assumes...
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    I found a resolution. Using the information found...

    I found a resolution. Using the information found at http://www.openldap.org/faq/index.cgi?_highlightWords=berkeley&file=1095 I made a couple changes to accomodate my environment.
    --- My script ---...
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    LDAP - Not my new best friend.

    Hello.

    I'm trying to get openLDAP to build on the latest version of Mandriva Linux. My problem is during configuration it gives me the the following error:

    "configure: error: BDB/HDB:...
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    Ok, ok, so two peanuts...

    Ok, ok so two peanuts were walking along - one was a salted.

    Oh my, woo. [sigh] when I heard it, it was really funny. Give me a break.

    --rasem

    P.S. If you really don't get it, try saying it...
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    Somebody sent me a similar article (...

    Somebody sent me a similar article ( http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/7394350/ ). Something to the effect of what bracket said, throughout history there has been the rivalry between cryptographers and...
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    File Integrity Tests

    I was wondering if someone could verify something for me.
    Do md5 and similar hash checksums work by take the entire contents of the file, whatever it may be, and running it through the algorithm...
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    Ah, ok. I re-read the question. The default...

    Ah, ok. I re-read the question. The default management port is indeed 80. I was under the impression the question was inquiring about remote management which is run by default on port 8080. Sorry...
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    Re: Erm ...

    Ok, I might be thinking about what you said too much, but since when are people not welcome on the AntiOnline website for the development of viral code?

    And as memory serves, 8080 is the default...
  22. Thread: Linksys BEFW11S4

    by rasem
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    I am not sure what you mean by external MAC...

    I am not sure what you mean by external MAC address but the MAC addresses for the router are not configurable.
    -rasem
  23. Thread: IP Conversion

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    IP Conversion

    I was recently reading through a security paper on packet storm security's website talking about some general security related topics. In a second about "tunneling" firewalls it discussed a way to...
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    virus world record count

    Hey folks,

    I was recently cleaning up a crippled windows XP machine for a client and after hooking it up to the net and downloading new virus defs on it, I found 162 seperate virus infections....
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    KDE clipboard storage

    Howdy,

    I was bumping around in KDE3 and was wondering where KDE retains its clipboard information ( like when you shutdown ). I grep'ed around looking strings stored in the clipboard and I...
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