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Posted By cerberusofhnsg
I am assuming it is an IDE CDROM? Make sure that...
I am assuming it is an IDE CDROM? Make sure that the CDROM drive is functional, and recognized. Some BIOSes will not display a boot option for a cdrom if the cdrom drive was not detected properly,...
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Posted By cerberusofhnsg
And the perl way: #! /usr/bin/perl ...
And the perl way:

#! /usr/bin/perl
$test=`date`;
print "DATE IS:$test\n";

you didnt state whether or not it was a shell script, perl script, etc....
Forum: IP Networking 10-02-2003
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Posted By cerberusofhnsg
I'll take that as a comprimise. 'Nuff said ;)
I'll take that as a comprimise. 'Nuff said ;)
Forum: IP Networking 10-01-2003
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Posted By cerberusofhnsg
I wasn't saying anyone was running it as root. I...
I wasn't saying anyone was running it as root. I was simply saying that leaving the default permissions where only root had write access was more secure. However, we all seemed to trail from...
Forum: IP Networking 10-01-2003
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Posted By cerberusofhnsg
nobody 12954 0.0 0.0 6184 0 ? SW ...
nobody 12954 0.0 0.0 6184 0 ? SW Sep20 0:00 [httpd]

This is the default on Red Hat 7.3, and I am not where I can confirm this on other distros. Apache typically runs either as...
Forum: IP Networking 09-30-2003
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Posted By cerberusofhnsg
I think what he meant was that only root had...
I think what he meant was that only root had write access, which is normal. That way, if someone gains nobody (or apache, whatever user apache runs as, as it differs on distros) privledges, they...
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Posted By cerberusofhnsg
found a solution: http://www.poptop.org/ its...
found a solution:
http://www.poptop.org/
its called Poptop, and its compatible with MS's pptp. That was really what I was looking for. Theyre's also a client for linux, called PPTP-linux. Thanks.
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Posted By cerberusofhnsg
thats a good idea, use a hard drive like a tape...
thats a good idea, use a hard drive like a tape drive, totally forgot about that one.

yes, sco openserver host does not support networking other than serial communications. Its offered as a...
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Posted By cerberusofhnsg
if ftp is unavailable, and telnet is the only...
if ftp is unavailable, and telnet is the only service available, *AND* if there are not www/ftp clients on the server, you could always try uuencode and uudecode. its not fun, but if the remote...
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Posted By cerberusofhnsg
SCO to Linux transfer
One of my clients has a SCO OpenServer Host 5.0.5 server they want to upgrade to Linux. My main question is, since this is host we are talking about (no network support), how should I transfer about...
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Posted By cerberusofhnsg
ask your school to see what their terminal types...
ask your school to see what their terminal types are. linux usually works w/o a hitch on linux boxen, try that as well.
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Posted By cerberusofhnsg
connecting as in how? check out: www.samba.org...
connecting as in how? check out:
www.samba.org
is this what you want? other than not having a netbios server, what do you mean by connecting? check your tcp/ip settings for your network as well.
Forum: HP-UX 09-02-2003
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Posted By cerberusofhnsg
this really isnt the place to be asking such an...
this really isnt the place to be asking such an answer. might want to ask hp.
Forum: Linux 09-02-2003
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Posted By cerberusofhnsg
Check: ...
Check:
/etc/sysconfig/networking/devices/ifcfg-ppp0
make sure that ONBOOT='yes'
is changed to no.
you may access the system by booting from the install cd, and either typing rescue, or just hit...
2,527
Posted By cerberusofhnsg
actually, wget is available for windows. funny,...
actually, wget is available for windows. funny, i know.



http://wget.sunsite.dk/#downloading

works beautifully i might add.


as for the blocking, ive never came across that, wierd.
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Posted By cerberusofhnsg
in my experiences, ive always had to recompile...
in my experiences, ive always had to recompile php to add support for mysql.
http://www.blazonry.com/scripting/install_apache.php
shows you how to do this. it isnt hard, but there is a package...
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Posted By cerberusofhnsg
check out: man route that will enable you to...
check out:
man route
that will enable you to add gateways to connect to the different networks.
Forum: Debian 09-02-2003
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Posted By cerberusofhnsg
according to my research, it is a amr winmodem. ...
according to my research, it is a amr winmodem.
http://thatitguy.com/?subj=qanda&target=satellite1905-howto
here is a how-to on linux installation for your laptop....
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Posted By cerberusofhnsg
f-prot is a good virus scanner for *nix (I know...
f-prot is a good virus scanner for *nix (I know for a fact it supports linux, dont know about others). I believe it is free for non-production systems (i.e. nothing that directly brings in money).
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Posted By cerberusofhnsg
personally, wget -c...
personally, wget -c ftp://server/directory/filename
works like a charm, the -c switch tells wget to continue after interruptions. most boxes have wget on them, unlike other apps, such as jigdo.
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Posted By cerberusofhnsg
sorry about that, read your post wrong. wc -l...
sorry about that, read your post wrong. wc -l will not ignore whitespace.
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Posted By cerberusofhnsg
you sure that you're running enterprise and not...
you sure that you're running enterprise and not host? host doesn't have support for tcp/ip, only serial communications. not network cards either.
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Posted By cerberusofhnsg
diff file1 file2|wc -l will give you what you...
diff file1 file2|wc -l
will give you what you want, right?
Forum: Debian 09-01-2003
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Posted By cerberusofhnsg
Debian is one of my favorite, it manages to fit...
Debian is one of my favorite, it manages to fit on a 113mb partition no problem (like 20mb swap). Comes with vi/vim, etc, x is optional. What I do is just install the base system, then use apt-get...
Forum: Linux 09-01-2003
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Posted By cerberusofhnsg
there should have been a readme that came with...
there should have been a readme that came with the drivers- you may have to recompile your kernel (if they are patches). There is plenty of documentation on that on kernel.org. However, if your...
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