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  1. Hmm.... Be afraid, be very afraid. Mr. DiPaolo...

    Hmm.... Be afraid, be very afraid.

    Mr. DiPaolo seems to have developed the dangerous habit of "lurking" behaviour during his long (and much missed) hiatus from these realms....

    :D
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    lol. Appropriate indeed...

    lol. Appropriate indeed...
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    Yes- you are now officially a crusty old...

    Yes- you are now officially a crusty old Linux-loving fart. Happy? :D
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    " Posts: 1000" Congrats Parvical! ...

    " Posts: 1000"

    Congrats Parvical!

    Thousand-post milemarks are kind of like turning 20, 30, 40, etc., aren't they?...

    they make you wonder what the heck you've done with the past few years...
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    Good, on-the-mark advice. You can greatly...

    Good, on-the-mark advice. You can greatly minimize your chances of infection by following the 4 suggestions j79zlr posted, and if you do get infected, the free utilities he/she mentioned are the...
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    And I am going to be very straightforward with...

    And I am going to be very straightforward with all of you.

    A) I would greatly appreciate it if this was the last itme I had to intervene in this particular issue. It seems to be growing into a...
  7. Thread: No network card

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    I'm honestly not very familiar with Freesco at...

    I'm honestly not very familiar with Freesco at all, but:


    The contents of the mtab file are auto/system-generated and contain info concerning the current state of all mounted filesystems (do not...
  8. Thread: No network card

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    1. Your fstab file should live in your /etc...

    1. Your fstab file should live in your /etc directory.

    2. You weren't in the /mnt/bootdev directory when you issued the umount command, were you? If so, that why you got the "device or resource...
  9. Thread: Computer for sale

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    Well start takin' 'em then, dude- sharth does...

    Well start takin' 'em then, dude- sharth does have a point. :D
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    Glad I could help :) As I said in my last post...

    Glad I could help :)

    As I said in my last post though, the description/explanation I gave was a really distilled one. Writing it made me remember how difficult it can sometimes be to sum up a...
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    Not quite. At least some communication and...

    Not quite. At least some communication and transfer of information has to be passed to/from the CPU and system memory, but host controllers usually use a function called "bus mastering" to minimize...
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    Sorry folks- they didn't have wings, just Roast...

    Sorry folks- they didn't have wings, just Roast Beast and Salmon. There *burp!* wasn't any Beast left over, but I did bring you back a Salmon:
    ...
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    Ahh... very perceptive, and you are correct about...

    Ahh... very perceptive, and you are correct about the concept being very abstract.

    I have to get ready for a dinner cruise on the San Francisco bay right now (Yay- a company funded outing by my...
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    Understood. I was just trying to head off any...

    Understood. I was just trying to head off any possible "riling" before it occurred.

    :)
  15. Very cool- glad we could help. :) Marking this...

    Very cool- glad we could help. :)

    Marking this thread as solved...
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    Glad we could help; that's why we're here, after...

    Glad we could help; that's why we're here, after all... :)


    (well... that, and the fact that don't have "real" lives. :D )
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    Yes- not all PCI cards are host cards/adapters; a...

    Yes- not all PCI cards are host cards/adapters; a "host adapter" is a specific type of PCI card, whose function is to act as an interface beween peripheral (usually storage) devices and the computer...
  18. From an old post of mine; hope it sheds a little...

    From an old post of mine; hope it sheds a little light:
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    timothykaine, If you are interested in...

    timothykaine,

    If you are interested in purchasing the items listed, but do not agree with the asking price, please state your interest and post a counter-offer.

    However, if you are not...
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    Sbbath, I've split your question and the posts...

    Sbbath,

    I've split your question and the posts in answer to that question into their own separate thread. You can find the new thread here:
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    Re: DMR, you are the main marsupial!

    Glad that helped. :)

    The umask option is certainly what you need as far as setting permissions for FAT/FAT32 filesystems, but off the top of my head I can't remember what happens when you set the...
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    You, my friend, must have grown up in different...

    You, my friend, must have grown up in different universe than the rest of us...

    :D
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    Yeah yeah- whaaa and moan... Sorry, but an...

    Yeah yeah- whaaa and moan...

    Sorry, but an excuse like that just isn't going to save your butt around here; there are more than few us who remember the joys of running DOS off floppies on old...
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    Re: Did i mess up my partitions?

    Just to add to techwise's assessment: you can't mount Extended partitions; you can only mount Logical partitions which you (must) create within the Extended partition. Your hda2 is the Extended...
  25. Thread: linux books

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    And let's not forget our favorite online Linux...

    And let's not forget our favorite online Linux library:

    www.tldp.org

    ;)
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