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    Why? Seriously -- it's trivial to parse these...

    Why?

    Seriously -- it's trivial to parse these files (especially with something like grep + sed, or perl, or whatever). It's really really hard to figure out this information from userspace. ...
  2. Just did both. Die, spammer, die! :p

    Just did both. Die, spammer, die! :p
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    Oh nice, broken DNS records. Good job, whoever...

    Oh nice, broken DNS records. Good job, whoever put together that site. Sigh. :)

    Yeah, looks like "mail.foro-mexico.com" (which is what the MX points to) doesn't resolve. Oops.

    Hopefully the...
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    Before you assume that the ? characters that ls...

    Before you assume that the ? characters that ls is showing you are actually ? characters in the filename, try these out:

    ls --quoting-style=escape
    ls --quoting-style=c
    ls --quoting-style=shell...
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    Oh, it wasn't a crap NAT box that didn't...

    Oh, it wasn't a crap NAT box that didn't understand AAAA record types in the DNS requests, and hung?

    Good. Those are all over these days. To the point where firefox had to add a pref so people...
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    There are RFCs (...he said, without knowing what...

    There are RFCs (...he said, without knowing what they are...) that strongly recommend making a webmaster@ email address available for any domain that hosts web pages. So it *might* work to use that...
  7. Hmm. I think I understand the question; we'll...

    Hmm. I think I understand the question; we'll see. :)

    I think you can do this with something like:

    nohup sh -c "badblocks stuff ; date" &

    This runs "badblocks stuff", and then runs "date",...
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    Your /dev/video0 device doesn't just provide a...

    Your /dev/video0 device doesn't just provide a stream with audio and video together? (Maybe that requires a card that does compression -- which I think is a waste of effort BTW -- so that might...
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    - Anything with a hardware mixer is good. -...

    - Anything with a hardware mixer is good.

    - Anything without a hardware mixer is probably going to cause problems, sooner or later. Mucking around with all the software mixing hacks is a...
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    AH! Duh. Yep. :) (No, I wouldn't have...

    AH! Duh.

    Yep.

    :)

    (No, I wouldn't have caught that... :))
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    You need -dev packages (so libstdc++*-dev, not...

    You need -dev packages (so libstdc++*-dev, not just libstdc++-*). However, I'm not sure that's the problem.

    This is a template error, so it's really hard to track down when you don't post the...
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    Your error message is not gcc-version-related...

    Your error message is not gcc-version-related (...well, I don't think anyway); it's a bug in arts that's tickled by a newer glibc. (That mcoputils.cc file is not including everything that it relies...
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    Same answer as last time: Not entirely. This...

    Same answer as last time: Not entirely.

    This is sufficient if the default policy on the FORWARD table is DROP, and your upstream router knows how to get back to your internal subnet. But since...
  14. Some Googling found this thread on the vim-dev...

    Some Googling found this thread on the vim-dev list:

    http://marc.info/?l=vim-dev&m=104869981729182&w=2

    which pointed (...eventually) to this vim plugin:
    ...
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    No, the external interface on the machine with...

    No, the external interface on the machine with two NICs. If that's dynamically assigned (...but why?), then whatever does the dynamic assignment should be adding the proper routes as well (probably...
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    On the inode thing: ...

    On the inode thing:

    http://wiki.linuxfromscratch.org/lfs/ticket/2161

    (which is a copy of:)

    http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=463123

    It's definitely a problem with vanilla...
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    Are there more errors before that? Scroll back...

    Are there more errors before that? Scroll back in the terminal if you haven't already checked. With compile errors, you need to start at the first error, not the last few.

    (If the first error is...
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    At a low level... Yes. Without that setting,...

    At a low level...

    Yes. Without that setting, your Linux box will not forward the traffic that it receives on its internal interface, out to its external interface.

    (Actually the forwarding...
  19. 1) Wrong "installation" forum. :p 2) When you...

    1) Wrong "installation" forum. :p

    2) When you get dumped into an extremely basic system, it's because the script that was included couldn't find something that it thinks it needs. (Whether it...
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    So just run 64-bit. Seriously. :) You can...

    So just run 64-bit. Seriously. :)

    You can run 32-bit binaries, if your distro does multi-lib properly...

    Part of your confusion is between virtual addresses and physical addresses. The...
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    Disable PHP? You probably have some insecure...

    Disable PHP?

    You probably have some insecure page somewhere else (directory traversal, not securing access, something like that) which is allowing someone to add this HTML to all these pages. ...
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    I'd wager you're...

    <several days later...>

    I'd wager you're looking at a website that was written by a @#&#37;^# idiot, myself.

    The site's author assumes everyone on the planet runs IE, and everyone on the planet...
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    You can probably find out what this "Player"...

    You can probably find out what this "Player" program is by firing up a terminal, running ps -ef >before (to dump the full list of processes running), and then doing whatever to bring up "Player", and...
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    Hmm; are you sure you have the orange/green...

    Hmm; are you sure you have the orange/green correct? Is this from a doc somewhere?

    I ask because I have almost exactly the same behavior from my gigabit cards (PCI add-on in this case, but...
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    Thanks a ton! :) (I should also move this...

    Thanks a ton! :)

    (I should also move this thread, now that I look at where it got posted. Looks like it's mostly finished, but oh well. Moving it anyway. :p)
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