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  1. An interesting observation... probably already noted, but whatever.

    This has probably already been mentioned a ton, but I just found it interesting that, when one runs a "whois" on Google or Amazon.com, there is a little note in there-...
  2. FINALLY, I get to the fun stuff in my Net Theory/Cisco class at school...

    If only I could afford my own Router ... We finally finished the first semester of the Cisco program, and the WHOLE THING was based on the OSI model. Now, I know that those 7 layers are probably the...
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    I agree w/ hornet. My opinion has been that all...

    I agree w/ hornet. My opinion has been that all this time, the non compliance by Iraq has just been a smoke screen, (which is further exacerbated by the US wasting time screwing around with the UN,...
  4. Arrghhh... Linux, drivers, hardware not supported, frustration!!...

    So I've got my computer set up to dual boot between Win98 and Redhat 7.3. My problem? Neither my soundcard (Philips Rhythmic Edge) nor my modem (Creative Modem Blaster) have drivers currently...
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    Thank god for rescue disks...

    If you haven't yet created a rescue disk for whatever OS you fancy, whether due to laziness or whatnot, DO IT NOW!! My Win98 rescue disk saved my @55 tonight. Anyone's system ever developed an...
  6. Computer Gods!! Help me in this time of frustration!!

    So I installed a recently acquired copy of Partition Commander, in order to resize my HD to allow me free space to create the two partitions required for a Linux (Redhat 6.0) installation. This (I...
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    Thanx for the feedback guys. I'm gonna hope that...

    Thanx for the feedback guys. I'm gonna hope that my System Commander pro can keep things in check for the boot process. And I'm set with my active partition, I didn't bother upgrading it to NTFS,...
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    Any day now...

    ... I'll recieve my copy of Partition Commander that I'd won recently. With that, I'll be able to create a new partition on my laptop for... Linux!! (Redhat, to be precise). I'm very anxious,...
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    From the little bit of exposure to Linux that...

    From the little bit of exposure to Linux that I've had, I found it to be rather intriguing, as I've always enjoyed the feeling of control offered my a command line. (and I like the Mahjong on my...
  10. Are you 7EET like the IT Ninja (Interesting game :)

    http://www.techtv.com/screensavers/siteofthenite/story/0,24330,3378914,00.html

    A fun little game... :)
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    I've been told that system booting utilities...

    I've been told that system booting utilities usually do a pretty good job of keeping things on the up and up (Boot Magic, System Commander etc.), especially when *nix OS's are involved. I'm actually...
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    Not sure if this is related or not, but I jumped...

    Not sure if this is related or not, but I jumped onto MultiProxy.org earlier today to update my proxy connections, and I was FLOODED with Ad.Doubleclick pop ups. It was so bad, that I had to log...
  13. Hypocritical Microsoft claim, courtesy of TechTV's "screensavers"

    Check out this site (Courtesy TechTV's "The Screensavers")

    www.wehavethewayout.com

    It's a Microsoft site that apparently pitches the advantages that MS OS's have over *nix based ones for web...
  14. Make sure you back up your registry before you...

    Make sure you back up your registry before you try hacking it. Just choose -Registry --> Export registry files (choose all files) --> Then select the location where you want the files backed up to...
  15. If you've ever wondered what you can actually do with the Windows registry...

    www.regedit.com They have all kinds of cool tweaks that you can do to your system through the registry (registry editing being one of the goals of anyone wishing to claim mastery of windows)
    ...
  16. Anyone else have their VCR's on standby for TechTV's April lineup?

    April is their 2002 celebration of technology. Looks like they have some great programming lined up, including Kevin Mitnick as a guest on "Screensavers" This channel has now moved into my top 3...
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    Yes, Ammo, they are indeed a fully accredited...

    Yes, Ammo, they are indeed a fully accredited Cisco academy (They train college professors and system administrators from around the country, supposedly even from other countries, hence Cisco's huge...
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    I've been told that I should consider going for...

    I've been told that I should consider going for my bachelor's. God knows if there's one thing I've learned, it's that just an A+ and some tech schooling won't land you a sweet puter job anymore......
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    A convenient college coincidence

    I'd already gone to a technical school last year for PC support, and obtained my A+ cert. However, the MONTH I graduated (jan 2001) was when the whole tech sector hit the skids. So here I am a year...
  20. Surprise surprise, I recieved a few antipoints...

    Surprise surprise, I recieved a few antipoints for this topic :) Oh well. At least most of the people on this forum are pretty cool. And the moderators do an excellent job. I've been posting on...
  21. Thanx, that helps me alot.

    Thanx, that helps me alot.
  22. What's the dumbest antipoint comment you've ever received?

    I recieved this one comment from someone- "hacking and phreaking yeah right, you donīt know **** your just a stupid kiddy that ended up here " What's to prevent a band of idiots like this (most...
  23. Question about Microsoft Development Network

    A friend/coworker of my cousin just gave us what I'm assuming is an older MSDN subscription kit today,circa 1999, (supposedly this guy is a crazy programmer). I've already installed the Visual...
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    Alright, so maybe it isn't a "big red book" :) ...

    Alright, so maybe it isn't a "big red book" :) but there is a red book, and a pink one. Anyone interested in browsing through these books and their contents (a great deal of which is WAY over my...
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    How big is YOUR pile of texts?

    I've only been into this security biz for a couple months, but I have a pile of various internet obtained texts that probably numbers 400 -500 pages (thank GOD for the laser printer at work :) ) I...
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