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    this site is realy great hahaha ... much humour and stuff (nothing against your thread ennis...it's great)

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    Yep good ol' DOS gotta love it!

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    Good work.. I was for a minute way back in the old times running a BBS system.. Tears in my eyes, those old happy days with a lots of happy moments all thanks to DOS :-).

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    Originally posted by ThePreacher
    By the way what are script kiddies?
    A script kiddie is one of those annoying little kids (or adults in some cases) that get ahold of an exploit program that someone else has writen (such as SubSeven, Legion, ect.), then uses it and tells the world that he or she is "bad-ass yo", when they really have no idea what is going on behind the scenes of the program. They push a button and connect to a shared computer but couldn't tell ya the protocol or the port used.

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    Originally posted by owen76
    Does DOS/Windows come with a built in compiler in any language?
    Where can I get one?
    I don't think mine has qbasic and a batch tutorial would be wonderful.
    I think Qbasic is still on the 98 and 95 CD. I don't have it with me or I could tell you exactly where to look. As soon as I get it back from my friend I'll tell ya.

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    script kiddies

    we were all script kiddies at one point, it helps you learn.......

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    Re: script kiddies

    Originally posted by bizzybutlazy
    we were all script kiddies at one point, it helps you learn.......
    There's nothing wrong with using a program to help you learn.

    8 Easy Steps To Becoming A Script Kiddie
    1. Hear someone say a "I have this AWESOME hacking program....."
    2. Beg them to give it to ya until they hit you or they give it to you.
    3. Take it home and look at the disk.
    4. Ask them what a .zip is and beg them to give you a program to make it work.
    5. 5 days later, finally get it unzipped. Look at program, infect yourself.
    6. Beg your friend to teach you how to use it.
    7. Infect your mom's machine and make the CD-ROM eject at wierd times.
    8. Go to school the next day and tell everyone you are a Super Elite hacker and no one should mess with you.

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    debug is an assembler if you use it right, an as for where to find qbasic, there's a folder on the win9x cd named oldmsdos or olddos, something like that...

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    I am trying to learn dos now so it was a help

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    wow, old school tutorial.

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