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  1. Re: What's the best way to start learning Java

    I'm sorry, man, but this is not feasible. Is it possible? Yes. But feasible? No.



    Do you mean unlimited in transfer speed or monthly bandwidth? If the former, you will need to find a way to...
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    Re: Ubuntu vs Windows 7

    If you really miss that functionality, a quick search on Google might help resolve the issue.



    Because that's not the way Windows is created, distributed, or advertised.



    That's odd. I...
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    Re: FAT32 Disk writer corrupts files?

    Are you properly mounting and unmounting said volume?

    Using the command prompt, try to mount the volume manually, save a file to it, unmount, then restart. I suspect the asynchronous nature of...
  4. Re: What's the best way to start learning Java

    Theoretically, many languages are cross-platform. Java is based on the cross-platform runtime environment, which allows the code to function exactly the same on every platform, regardless of...
  5. Re: What's the best way to start learning Java

    You should try searching Google. A quick search would turn up software that would be of help, such as IDEs, books that could be of reference, example source code, and much more.

    It shouldn't...
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    [SOLVED] Re: What is the point of 'workspaces'?

    I've hidden way more than games on those extra workspaces. :)
  7. [ubuntu] Re: Securely sharing files across internet.

    What about the word "secure" do you not understand?

    Also, he's trying to share files with one other host, not the whole world. The entire point of BitTorrent is de-centralized file sharing.


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  8. [ubuntu] Re: Securely sharing files across internet.

    Dynamic IP? No problem. Sign up at DynDNS.com for a free dynamic hostname.

    Use ddclient (available from the repositories) to keep the IP address current in case of a power outage, router reset,...
  9. [ubuntu] BIOS hangs at "Verifying DMI Pool Data"...

    Hey everyone,

    My command-line Ubuntu Server 8.04 install spontaneously rebooted overnight. I'm not sure why (haven't had time to fully investigate the logs or whatnot).

    I couldn't connect to...
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    Re: Photobucket Sucks

    Go for it. See how much business you maintain.
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    Re: Photobucket Sucks

    You should check out majhost.com. It's simple and works great. No stupid little embed helpers, easy, intuitive paths, and the like. Check it out.
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    Re: Photobucket Sucks

    Well, Photobucket isn't developed for your platform. They offer no guarantees that their site will function on Linux or Opera because they are attempting to support the largest portion of Internet...
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    [all variants] Re: File Transfer Between Mac and Linux?

    Why use SFTP? As much as I love SSH, the transfer speeds are less than ideal.

    I would recommend using vsftpd. Download using your preferred method of installing packages. It's in the...
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    Poll: Re: Seagate vs Western Digital

    I've used many, many Seagate drives, and only one has developed bad blocks. I worked for my school district IT department and they used lots of Seagate drives and we never had a large number of...
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    Re: Help Recovering a Stolen Laptop

    Listen. You have the right to press charges and file a REPORT with the police. They will ask him. If he says he has it and gives it up, you can choose whether or not to press charges from there. ...
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    Poll: Re: Seagate vs Western Digital

    Sounds like real scientific evidence you got there.
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    Re: Help Recovering a Stolen Laptop

    Here's what you need to do. Do you know where he lives? Find out, now.

    Get a laptop from a friend or whatever. Use Backtrack 4 and park outside his house. See if you can pick up his Wi-Fi...
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    Re: This kid...

    I feel for you, man. I don't have social anxiety, but I like my solitude and don't like large groups. They scare me.

    Carry a knife on you if you think he'll come after you. Maybe he's just a...
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    Advice on Names

    I'm working on a project for my web dev (Flash) class. I'm trying to find a good "company" name, something I can use to represent myself so I can use this as a personal website. I will be offering...
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    Re: New Look of Firefox 4.0 - possibly

    Perhaps my post was a rash response to the blatant fanboyism prevalent in this thread. Fair enough, this mockup does not look just like Opera.

    There's much attention given to Firefox that I think...
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    Re: New Look of Firefox 4.0 - possibly

    Everytime someone speaks of a "feature" of Fx, I just chuckle to myself. It's usually something I've been using forever on Opera. I really chuckled this time. The theme looks just like Opera.

    I...
  22. Re: i actually laughed out loud when i saw this

    Here come the fanboys...

    Microsoft is a company. Microsoft hires people to market their products in the best way possible. This banner ad is attractive and a good marketing tool.

    Perhaps if...
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    [all variants] Re: Something similar to IRC or SILC

    Thanks. I will look more into Jabber.

    I found a cool Jabber-based chat system. It's called Openfire. Sucks it isn't free.



    Thanks for your time. A great program, to be sure. But I am...
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    [all variants] Something similar to IRC or SILC

    I'm looking to use a daemon of some sort for chat purposes. IRC is very nice in its simple approach to logging in and chatting. SILC is also very nice in its security.

    What I'm trying to find is...
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    Re: Who here thinks cloud computing sucks?

    The Internet will still see your entire network as one IP address. That's called NAT (Network Address Translation). If NAT doesn't work, then your network will probably have trouble accessing the...
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