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    Thanks, nihi, I always appreciate your insight....

    Thanks, nihi, I always appreciate your insight. Are central boilers common in your area? And it seems like life only gets busier and busier for me. My last couple of years at undergrad were pretty...
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    Long time no see / general question

    Hey everyone, its been quite a while. Just popping in to say hello. I'm curious to know if there is anyone I know still hanging around these parts of the interwebz? Anyways, I also was thinking...
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    Obligatory "Ugh. Change." post.

    Obligatory "Ugh. Change." post.
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    http://www.amazon.com/Computer-Organization-Design...

    http://www.amazon.com/Computer-Organization-Design-Fourth-Edition/dp/0123744938

    this is the book I used when learning MIPS (it was the book used at our university), however it also contains a lot...
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    I don't know if you've ever heard of Liberty...

    I don't know if you've ever heard of Liberty Basic, but it's made for more current systems, and is mostly compatible with old BASIC code, but you may have to make some minor changes to existing code...
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    If you're going to start with assembly language,...

    If you're going to start with assembly language, I would start with something like MIPS instead of x86, as it is a reduced instruction set architecture and is easier to get the basics. Also, using...
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    I don't know if I'd completely agree with that. C...

    I don't know if I'd completely agree with that. C doesn't actually require the need to understand pointers, structures, and system calls (etc), and if you start out doing command-line software,...
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    Someone trying to hack/get info on my account

    Hey everyone, its been a while, as I've been pretty busy with school. I've been receiving emails from numerous websites stating that I've requested account information. Some of these websites have...
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    I know that different decompilers/disassemblers...

    I know that different decompilers/disassemblers use different algorithms to come up with the code that you see, so your code might look a little different in different debuggers. However, strings are...
  10. something like this. DateTime thisDate1 = new...

    something like this.

    DateTime thisDate1 = new DateTime(2011, 6, 10);
    Console.WriteLine("Today is " + thisDate1.ToString("yyyy mm dd") + ".");
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    sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop This installs...

    sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop This installs the desktop packages including open office and the likes. If you want ONLY gnome and are trying to keep your os lightweight, then go for

    sudo...
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    I understand what you're saying, but it depends...

    I understand what you're saying, but it depends on your goal. IcSilk stated that he wanted to learn to use the *nix command line, not learn to configure a *nix OS via the command line. There's no...
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    SirDice, I don't really agree that FreeBSD is a...

    SirDice, I don't really agree that FreeBSD is a very good way to begin learning to use unix. Debian on the other hand allows you to use it as a desktop distro without knowing very much and installs...
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    Isn't there some sort of String.format? I feel...

    Isn't there some sort of String.format? I feel like that would be cleaner than changing it to a string just to round.
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    Wow. I'm pretty surprised that was the cause of...

    Wow. I'm pretty surprised that was the cause of the issue. I would have thought that expensive equipment like laptops would filter those types of noise. But then again filters usually require larger...
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    Maybe he disappeared because he was accessing...

    Maybe he disappeared because he was accessing Skynet :eek:?
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    Hmm, the university I currently attend has...

    Hmm, the university I currently attend has programming in their information sciences curriculum as well. Its Java, but some people seem to have trouble with the whole object oriented thing? I don't...
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    Thats what a long and convoluted EULA is for :D

    Thats what a long and convoluted EULA is for :D
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    I think that would be a fun general type of...

    I think that would be a fun general type of challenge. Not necessarily just zip and rar, and also not just things as straight forward as say an MD5 hash. Just small hacking challenges. That would be...
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    another bot? Negged regardless....

    another bot? Negged regardless....
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    Yea, I'm pretty sure a simple google search will...

    Yea, I'm pretty sure a simple google search will find a free program. Actually I'm 100% sure :D :lildevil:
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    Clever! I haven't studied much SEO...it seems...

    Clever! I haven't studied much SEO...it seems like its more of an art mixed with voodoo than science.
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    BackTrack 5 R1 Release

    So has anyone here been to BlackHat this year and tried the BackTrack 5 R1 release? The website doesn't seem to have too much information about what updates are going to be made to the distro. While...
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    Well i is used by mathematicians, while j is used...

    Well i is used by mathematicians, while j is used by engineers. We use j because i is already used as a variable for current, or the flow of electrical charge.
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    How have these bots not been banned yet? I...

    How have these bots not been banned yet? I understand the auto ban isn't in effect right now, but don't mods have the ability to do that? Or are you just trying to have fun with it :lildevil:
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