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    For a personal install on a laptop with limited...

    For a personal install on a laptop with limited space I tend to use the following

    /
    /boot

    Keeping it simple you see.

    Depending on how much RAM is available of course. With my usage I never...
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    I suppose that is a very fair point. Still a...

    I suppose that is a very fair point. Still a shame though. IMO. It was policed before, albeit in a biased manor. Also it was only AO's name on the line, and not the new improved JupAO ... what with...
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    IIRC, IRC was discontinued when Jupermedia...

    IIRC, IRC was discontinued when Jupermedia purchased the website. There were threads around at the time with discussion on this topic. I remember the main point being made about advertising in IRC,...
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    I had limited success with Darwin Ports. I got...

    I had limited success with Darwin Ports. I got aterm and irssi installed on an OSX.

    http://darwinports.opendarwin.org/
  5. Thread: XHTML Strict

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    thanks for that. excellent contribution. using...

    thanks for that. excellent contribution.

    using upper case still is acceptable for HTML 4.01 Transitional, which from the context of the last post, you should guess that it's what i'm writing at...
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    fluxbox, windows for this machine is Super_L,...

    fluxbox, windows for this machine is Super_L, keycode 0x73:

    ~/.fluxbox/keys

    None Super_L :ExecCommand aterm +sb -tr -shading 50 -foreground white -background black -fade 75 -tint red -fn fixed...
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    surely the XHTML spec isn't concerned with...

    surely the XHTML spec isn't concerned with javascript, or with what javascript can or can't do? as long as you have your &lt;SCRIPT type="text/javascript"&gt; it should be happy. no? you can maybe do the...
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    Poll: surprised that this is seen as an ``act of war''...

    surprised that this is seen as an ``act of war'' by a homicidal american with a Sun Tzu quote as a signature?

    no.

    i'm glad someone whose vision is clear and free from political views on the US...
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    internet explorer: allowing your computer to...

    internet explorer: allowing your computer to browse the internet. and vice versa.

    ;)
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    with most new hardware: if, for example, you...

    with most new hardware:

    if, for example, you don't connect your heat sink to the cpu correctly, then it will overheat and shut down within ten seconds of booting the first time. instead of...
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    they mean the same as they do on a Linux system....

    they mean the same as they do on a Linux system.

    file attributes! `chmod 0755 file` seem familiar at all?

    normally you don't use the most significant bits i suppose. they are for setuid, setgid...
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    Re: Why Not

    nice chair!
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    you don't know what it's like where i'm from? ...

    you don't know what it's like where i'm from?

    well Mr. Know-It-All, let me tell you about where i'm from.

    it recruiters have no technical background. being able to use excel doesn't count in...
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    let me rephrase my original question. just...

    let me rephrase my original question.

    just because you don't hear about people using them doesn't mean they aren't used.

    the person asking the original question was a recruiter guy, an idiot...
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    just because _YOU_ don't hear about them doesn't...

    just because _YOU_ don't hear about them doesn't mean they don't exist.

    they do.

    however, they are seldom used.
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    level 2/3 file systems. har har. i could be...

    level 2/3 file systems. har har.

    i could be showing my ignorance here but i'm guessing the recruiter doesn't know his ass from his mouth.

    perhaps he means ext2 and ext3 filesystems.

    but more...
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    i don't even have dialup at home. well, i can...

    i don't even have dialup at home.

    well, i can dial a normal "pay-as-you-go" type of ISP using my cell phone, but man, that costs! like, more than a euro per minute.

    and i only get 9.6K/s.
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    i've never had broadband at home. and then i...

    i've never had broadband at home.

    and then i moved to the ass hole of the country.



    i'm hoping to get some sort of wireless thing going on. completely bypass the extremely greedy phone...
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    time to learn it me thinks! :) ...

    time to learn it me thinks! :)

    http://www.w3schools.com/js/default.asp
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    windows 98 you say? C:\>format c: /Q ...

    windows 98 you say?

    C:\&gt;format c: /Q





    i know, i know...i'll get my coat...
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    same old AO :)

    same old AO

    :)
  22. i've had my own "personalized" google home page...

    i've had my own "personalized" google home page for some time now, thanks to a webfilter.

    i replaced the google logo with plain-text google which makes for much faster page load time.

    of...
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    also you could do it from the command line, or by...

    also you could do it from the command line, or by creating a file with contents like below, then execute the file. It's probably not a problem to use this method until you have a large project on...
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    you could probably use autotools, automake in...

    you could probably use autotools, automake in particular. you have to write a Makefile.am file. but it is easier. run automake, which will then generate the Makefile for you. then just make.



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    no problem. and remember that it would be...

    no problem.

    and remember that it would be easier to use if you copy nmap into a directory that is in your $PATH, because then you can execute it from any directory without having to put ./ in...
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