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Well, Novell Netware would be great on that box. ...
Well, Novell Netware would be great on that box. 4.11 was designed for that kind of environment (ppro's, etc), so it should be rather responsive. Netware 5 will work, but will be much less...
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The syntax of the 'sendmail' command to actually...
The syntax of the 'sendmail' command to actually send an email, or the syntax of how to use 'sendmail' the MTA?
'man sendmail'
'man mail'
and http://www.sendmail.org/
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Posted By adam_crosby
Have you tried moving it to another slot? If...
Have you tried moving it to another slot? If your BIOS says it's on IRQ9, but windows says it's on IRQ11, then what it SOUNDS like is that Windows is reassigning the IRQ, via IRQ steering, probably...
Forum: Cybersecurity 02-10-2002
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Thanks...that was exactly what i was looking for...
Thanks...that was exactly what i was looking for :)
I figured that if there was no prog attached, or no socket listening, that nothing would be able to happen (excepting Neo's answer). I was just...
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Posted By adam_crosby
You do realize that @ 200Mhz, even with 4 CPU's,...
You do realize that @ 200Mhz, even with 4 CPU's, Windows 2000 will be nearly unbearably slow? I would HIGHLY recommend switching to Linux or FreeBSD. I'd recommend Netware, but Netware 4 is about...
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Posted By adam_crosby
A 3com 3c59x card /should/ have been detected...
A 3com 3c59x card /should/ have been detected during install by Redhat 7. Are you certain the card is functional? If you've modified your kernel in anyway, make sure you have the vortex/boomerang...
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It sounds like you are having a network issue,...
It sounds like you are having a network issue, not neccesarily a HP/UX issue. Here's what the 'Source Quench' error you get means:
(from http://www.idir.net/~adrian/ip_tutor/trouble/Symptoms.html)...
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Also keep in mind that POP3 and SMTP are two...
Also keep in mind that POP3 and SMTP are two totally different things. Sendmail handles the one (SMTP), but you need a POP3 client to access POP email on a foriegn server, or you need a POP3 daemon...
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What type of NIC is it? Vendor, model #, and...
What type of NIC is it? Vendor, model #, and esp. a chipset name would be very helpful. Luckily it's PCI, so it's probably supported! We need more information to really help out.
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Here's a very popular X Windows interface setup -...
Here's a very popular X Windows interface setup - GNOME:
http://www.gnome.org/seegnome.html

Keep in mind that one of the beauties of windowed desktops in Unix and Unix-like systems is that there...
Forum: Filesystems, Disks and Memory 02-09-2002
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Posted By adam_crosby
For your Linux distro, if you are just getting...
For your Linux distro, if you are just getting started, I would highly recommend one of the following (in recommended order):
Mandrake
Redhat
SuSe
All of them will automatically detect and work...
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Posted By adam_crosby
I think the poster meant that he was looking for...
I think the poster meant that he was looking for a CLI shell for Win98, which does exist (command.com for the windows DOS based one, or Cygwin for windows for a BASH/Unix-like shell).

If he is...
Forum: Cybersecurity 02-09-2002
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This is/was a purely theory-based question. The...
This is/was a purely theory-based question. The server farms I manage get both treatments (invidual 'hardening', and a cluster of high performance firewalls) because a) no single solution will ever...
Forum: Cybersecurity 02-08-2002
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Posted By adam_crosby
firewall vs. closing ports
This may be kind of a stupid question, but here goes:
Say I'm running a FreeBSD webserver (w/apache). I've managed to close ALL open ports (including SSH/telnet and portmapper), excepting '80' that...
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