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    I believe grep -r "pattern" / should do the...

    I believe
    grep -r "pattern" /
    should do the trick
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    Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't the mac...

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't the mac address more or less the lowest level of addressing on an ethernet network? So, the computers on network have to know which computer has which mac address...
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    Gentoo.... :D Nah, not if you're wanting to just...

    Gentoo.... :D Nah, not if you're wanting to just install and go. I've had good experience with SuSE and I've heard Fedora is good, but I've never used it.
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    Looks to me like this is just using TOR...

    Looks to me like this is just using TOR for web browsing, rolled into an easy to use package.
  5. My guess is that the live cd automounts the ext3...

    My guess is that the live cd automounts the ext3 partition as ro (read-only), so you just need to remount it as rw (read-write). Assuming that the ext3 partition is hda1 and that it's currently...
  6. Thread: Fake USB's

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    Ah, ok, I just misread your post. Looks like we...

    Ah, ok, I just misread your post. Looks like we were saying the same thing just in slightly different words. :) Yup, I'd agree, totally fake through and through, most likely because it gives...
  7. Thread: Fake USB's

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    I'm not 100% positive on this, but I belive...

    I'm not 100% positive on this, but I belive that's non-modifiable information. On HDDs isn't it stored on the flash chip on the circuit board? And doesn't the USB spec have something about making...
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    Cinerella...

    Cinerella
    Gimp
    Blender
    Alais' Maya
    This was just released as open source: Xara
    Yafray

    Also, Weta has made some in-house software specifically for their FX work.
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    I believe (correct me if I'm wrong) it means how...

    I believe (correct me if I'm wrong) it means how fast nmap will send out packets. In other words, timing of port scan.
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    Dislex, that's kinda along the lines of something...

    Dislex, that's kinda along the lines of something I'm wondering. If you're not running an AV, how do you know you're not infected?
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    OK, yeah, stupid me. :rolleyes: Heh, I've been...

    OK, yeah, stupid me. :rolleyes: Heh, I've been had. My brain's been taking a siesta today.
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    Packetstorm Down

    Just tried to go to http://packetstormsecurity.org and it's down. It's got an FBI warning on it. Anyone know anymore about it? Kinda sad if their gone for good. :( They were a great resource for...
  13. Thread: Partitions

    by netRealm
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    I like to use Ranish...

    I like to use Ranish for my partioning work. It works quite well and is free.
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    If you're gonna give Linux a go, I'd suggest SuSE...

    If you're gonna give Linux a go, I'd suggest SuSE as a first time distro. That's what I started with and I learned a lot from the experience. While I've moved on to Gentoo, I wouldn't recomend that...
  15. Thread: New computer

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    Actually, there is full NTFS read/write support...

    Actually, there is full NTFS read/write support on Linux. Take a look at Captive NTFS for more info.
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    This is why I'm homeschooled! I know where Iraq...

    This is why I'm homeschooled! I know where Iraq is, and Canada, England, etc. Truly, the public education system of America is broken.
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    Yow! How very true, one never knows who's on the...

    Yow! How very true, one never knows who's on the "other side". That is a very sobering story, one that makes me think about and review my current personal policies for online contact. Thanks for the...
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    I'm not so much of an elitist about it, but I use...

    I'm not so much of an elitist about it, but I use Gentoo mostly. It does what I need, and has none of the package dependency problems I experienced with RPM based distros and Debian based distros. ...
  19. Thread: Which BSD?

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    Thanks for the suggestion, MsMittens. I've got...

    Thanks for the suggestion, MsMittens. I've got FreeBSD installing and I'm looking forward to expanding my horizons with it.
  20. Thread: Which BSD?

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    Which BSD?

    Hey all, I'm wondering which BSD varient I should use. I'm an avid Linux user, having used SuSE, Redhat, Debian, and for the last 1.5 yrs Gentoo. I've got a second computer that I want to stick BSD...
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    I'm not very knowledgeable on this subject, but...

    I'm not very knowledgeable on this subject, but what if we use two different hash methods? If we use both MD5 and SHA-1, on a file, how hard would it be to make modifications that would be...
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    What debt? The US wouldn't be in debt if all the...

    What debt? The US wouldn't be in debt if all the other countries that owe us money would pay up!
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    I'm not sure, but I think your problem might be...

    I'm not sure, but I think your problem might be case sensitivity. The linux command line distinguses between upper and lower case. This means that Windows is different from windows , and System32...
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    Not quite true actually. Take a look at my...

    Not quite true actually. Take a look at my partition table:

    cfdisk 2.12

    Disk Drive: /dev/hda
    Size:...
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    There's ClamAV (http://www.clamav.net). It runs...

    There's ClamAV. It runs on Linux and checks Linux filesystems.
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