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  1. As promised... Super Mario 2 Wallpaper...

    As promised...

    Super Mario 2 Wallpaper

    Super Mario 3 Wallpaper
  2. When I get into work, I'll post the 2 Super Mario...

    When I get into work, I'll post the 2 Super Mario wallpapers, made for dual screen setups...
  3. Been a while since I posted... here's my current...

    Been a while since I posted... here's my current setup at work where it's all Windows and I'm the odd-man out...

    http://www.spitgeek.com/~carlos/ScreenshotSmall.png
  4. You don't have to set the "AuthGroupFile" if...

    You don't have to set the "AuthGroupFile" if there is none.

    Are the following set?



    Also, make sure the account Apache runs under has READ rights to .htpasswd.
  5. I'll bite... Can you check if your...

    I'll bite...

    Can you check if your /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 has the variable HWADDR set? I'm thinking that the reason you can't use eth0 is because it is probably bound to your...
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    Man, it's been a while! Ubuntu 7.10 on my Dell...

    Man, it's been a while!

    Ubuntu 7.10 on my Dell C400

    Clean
    Dirty

    Enjoy!
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    If you're looking to NOT do anonymous, then...

    If you're looking to NOT do anonymous, then comment out the following:


    anon_mkdir_write_enable=YES

    Other than that, I don't see anything particularly wrong with your vsftpd.conf file as I...
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    As a fellow Ubuntu user, I can tell you that...

    As a fellow Ubuntu user, I can tell you that either Totem Movie Player or MPlayer work like a champ. At first, Totem will give you a washed out image, but if you go under Preferences, you can...
  9. Also, you can... # chmod +x...

    Also, you can...


    # chmod +x jre-6u2-linux-i586.bin
    # ./jre-6u2-linux-i586.bin

    Enjoy!
  10. Hmm, I/O errors are usually indicative of some...

    Hmm, I/O errors are usually indicative of some sort of malfunction. Try scanning the hard disk for bad sectors and the likes. Also, testing the controllers would be a good idea. There are tons of...
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    All in all, if you take a look at their...

    All in all, if you take a look at their installation guide (http://www.scalix.com/documents/Scalix_Install_Guide_11.0.1.pdf) you can have a better idea on your capacity and the # of users you will be...
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    Man, how much mail are you expecting to service?...

    Man, how much mail are you expecting to service?
    That's really the question you should begin to answer. From there, you can deduct if your hardware is powerful enough...
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    I think what you're looking for is a transparent...

    I think what you're looking for is a transparent proxy...
    I've done set ups with Squid and I believe that's what you're wanting....

    http://www.squid-cache.org
  14. Honestly, I would go one of two ways: 1.)...

    Honestly, I would go one of two ways:

    1.) Spend a bit more and get yourself a kickin' RAID card. 3Ware comes to mind...

    2.) If cash is an issue, I would go the software raid route. Software...
  15. You are correct in using ns1.mysite.com as your...

    You are correct in using ns1.mysite.com as your SOA.

    Simply put, your SOA is the server that will resolve any and all domains you gave it jurisdiction over. He's the guy that says, 'Hey, user,...
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    external_acl_type ip_user %SRC %LOGIN...

    external_acl_type ip_user %SRC %LOGIN /usr/lib/squid/ip_user_check -f /etc/squid/ip.conf
    acl ip_users external ip_users %SRC %LOGIN

    Did you notice that one is singular and the other is plural?
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    I have sworn by Ubuntu (Debian) for its...

    I have sworn by Ubuntu (Debian) for its out-of-the-box experience.
    I have converted at least 5 users into Ubuntu and swear by it.

    For the server side, I have 2 Ubuntu 6.06 Servers (1 SMTP relay /...
  18. Thread: Gui ?

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    Arey you making the changes via the NetworkApplet...

    Arey you making the changes via the NetworkApplet 0.6.4?
  19. Woah, I'm by no means a programmer, but that web...

    Woah, I'm by no means a programmer, but that web page is friggin' awesome! I'm learning a bit of C/C++ now. Thanks!
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    Hmm, that's a weird one. Can you try to put CUPS...

    Hmm, that's a weird one. Can you try to put CUPS into debug mode?
    To do that, modify /etc/cupsd/cupsd.conf and change "LogLevel info" into "LogLevel debug". Save and restart CUPS...
  21. Thread: Gui ?

    by MastaShake57
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    Well, you can go ahead and enable all the...

    Well, you can go ahead and enable all the repos...
    (See http://www.ubuntuguide.org for more information)
    Then, go ahead with the apt-get command.

    But, honestly, just grab a bite to eat and...
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    To answer your questions... 1.) Post your...

    To answer your questions...

    1.) Post your Xorg.0.log file located in /var/log

    2.) Reboot and choose rescue mode in the GRUB menu. Edit the shadow file (nano /etc/shadow). If you only added...
  23. Thread: Gui ?

    by MastaShake57
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    Ah dude, you downloaded the wrong version of...

    Ah dude, you downloaded the wrong version of Ubuntu 7.04 beta.
    You need to download the "desktop" version, not the server version...
    ...
  24. I like being a good doobie and every time I...

    I like being a good doobie and every time I install a Windows application on Wine, I'd like to check APPDB in winehq.com and see if it is posted.

    Right now, I'm testing Embarcadero DBArtisan 8.1.4...
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    Did you install it using the following steps: ...

    Did you install it using the following steps:

    $ sudo apt-get install cups-pdf

    Then restart cupsys:
    $sudo /etc/init.d/cupsys restart

    Add a new printer (System->Administration->Printing)...
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