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Forum: Programming 11-22-2002
14,398
Posted By J.P
it shoudln't matter wether you have KDE or GNOME...
it shoudln't matter wether you have KDE or GNOME installed as long as you have the libraries for whatever toolkit you use (the most common being QT and GTK+).

I personally prefer QT and the...
Forum: Programming 10-31-2002
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just a few pointers.. (;)) Unlike pointers,...
just a few pointers.. (;))

Unlike pointers, you must immediately initialize a reference:



Also remember that you can't use an operator to operate on the reference like you can do with...
Forum: Cybersecurity 10-16-2002
6,598
Posted By J.P
You're probably using devfs. In devfs the device...
You're probably using devfs. In devfs the device names for tty are called vc and they're listed in the directory /dev/vc/

so allowing logins only from vc number one, is accomplished by
adding......
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Posted By J.P
If you truly want to learn UNIX I would suggest...
If you truly want to learn UNIX I would suggest one of the BSD's or Slackware Linux and preferably good book on UNIX System Administration. But get ready for a long period of sleepless nights ;)
...
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Posted By J.P
This only writes to the boot sector of the...
This only writes to the boot sector of the PARTITION, not the master boot record (MBR). Change the line to /dev/hda and it should work.
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Posted By J.P
I assume you're talking about an ASP-script that...
I assume you're talking about an ASP-script that handles data sent from an "HTML form" like..

<form action="yourscript.asp" ...>
...
</form>


The unix server that hosts your site probably...
Forum: Filesystems, Disks and Memory 08-11-2002
3,408
Posted By J.P
I'll try answering these questions but I don't...
I'll try answering these questions but I don't consider myself an expert user, rather an intermediate, so don't trust me blindly ;)

1) There's obvously a problem in how you've setup your...
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Posted By J.P
How many disks do you have? Where are the windows...
How many disks do you have? Where are the windows partitions
located ? Without these questions answered it's hard to give you an exact answer but the lilo.conf file _might_ look something along...
Forum: Cybersecurity 08-01-2002
3,590
Posted By J.P
I use IP-tables, getting quite comfortable with...
I use IP-tables, getting quite comfortable with it now :)
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Posted By J.P
I use the SSHd from www.ssh.com and SSH handles...
I use the SSHd from www.ssh.com and SSH handles the "randomness stuff" invisibly so I'm not sure about OpenSSH (which I assume you use?)

So here's , maybe not an exact answer to your question but...
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Posted By J.P
Most laptops should work great with Linux (?). I...
Most laptops should work great with Linux (?). I have a Compaq presario 12XL202 and everything but the winmodem works, check out www.Linux-On-Laptops.com (http://www.linux-on-laptops.com) for...
Forum: IP Networking 07-17-2002
3,737
Posted By J.P
aha, thanks for the reply :) I have also...
aha, thanks for the reply :)

I have also seen route entries that has a route to itself (not the 127.0.0.1 adress). Say my IP-adress on the Internet is 123.45.67.89, a route will then look like...
Forum: IP Networking 07-13-2002
3,737
Posted By J.P
unnecessary route entry?
Good day :)

I recently checked some stuff on my gateway and discovered what I believe is an unneeded route entry.

# route -n
Kernel IP routing table
Destination Gateway Genmask ...
Forum: Filesystems, Disks and Memory 07-06-2002
11,333
Posted By J.P
If you're using Linux you can look under the...
If you're using Linux you can look under the option "File systems" at the kernel configuration menu. There you'll find file systems that can be used as native (for example ext2, Xia, reiserFS...),...
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Posted By J.P
it's 'umount' without the 'n'. Don't ask me...
it's 'umount' without the 'n'.

Don't ask me why :)
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Posted By J.P
no problem :) By the way, you can specify...
no problem :)

By the way, you can specify any program as your 'shell'.
For example if you want to let your mail user change his/her password you could do this:

# useradd -s /usr/bin/passwd...
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Posted By J.P
Hi vbs 1. You create them as you would do...
Hi vbs

1. You create them as you would do with a 'normal' account, with one exception.

# useradd -s /bin/false McLachlan

The -s option specifies what shelll McLachlan should have. But we...
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Posted By J.P
Try to see if you can find "xwmconfig" in...
Try to see if you can find "xwmconfig" in /etc/X11/bin/. This program should do the trick..
Forum: IP Networking 06-22-2002
3,036
Posted By J.P
Re: Internet Sharing with SUSE 7.3
Are you completely sure you have ipchains installed and running? If SuSE is using a 2.4 kernel chances are it's using iptables.

Run lsmod too see if the ipchains module is loaded. Or use iptables...
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Posted By J.P
First, I've never used Solaris but I believe most...
First, I've never used Solaris but I believe most of what can be done in Linux also applies to Solaris. Correct me if I'm wrong.

This solution is just a theory I have, never tried it out so if...
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Posted By J.P
BIND isn't the only one
You might want to try out djbdns (http://cr.yp.to/djbdns.html) as well.

Install: http://cr.yp.to/djbdns/install.html
FAQ: http://cr.yp.to/djbdns/faq.html

Happy DNS:ing :)

EDIT: Ops,...
Forum: Programming 06-16-2002
1,798
Posted By J.P
A good idea might be to temporarily remove the...
A good idea might be to temporarily remove the hard disk and do the installation on another (=with more memory) computer. I believe later linux distributions requires a little more than 4 MB RAM :)
...
Forum: Filesystems, Disks and Memory 06-13-2002
6,513
Posted By J.P
thank you very much for that informative reply. ...
thank you very much for that informative reply.
Yes I've realized it's too much work for so little :)

But I'll do some benchmarking anyway just to test (just downloaded IOZone). Any...
Forum: Filesystems, Disks and Memory 06-13-2002
23,808
Posted By J.P
personally I don't use the info-pages so i...
personally I don't use the info-pages so i removed them, probably just saved a few megs but that's at least something :)

just now I actually did a check on my own /usr partition and noticed some...
Forum: Filesystems, Disks and Memory 06-12-2002
6,513
Posted By J.P
optimizing disk performance
I have some questions regarding disk perfomance, and what I can do to make it just a little (or much :)) more faster.

From what I've heard the first partitions will be faster than the later ones...
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