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    Re: C++ Template issues

    Alright, looks like using the Boost library is allowed, so I'll be going that route. Thanks to you all for the ideas and support, it really helped out.

    Back to the IDE, see you all on the other...
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    Re: C++ Template issues

    stair314, dribeas:

    Thank you both for your suggestions. The smart pointer seems the best way to go, I just hope it's acceptable for this assignment (this is supposed to be a memory manager for a...
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    Re: C++ Template issues

    Idefix82: Yep, you're right. Another silly error caught, thanks :)

    Now, the iterator problem remains...
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    Re: C++ Template issues

    Ugh, those were some silly errors, thanks so much for catching them. I guess I should have put it down for a while and come back, probably would've caught some of em ;)

    Now my errors are fewer,...
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    C++ Template issues

    OK, I'm at my wits end here, and I'm hoping someone here can end my nightmare of template coding.

    I'm trying to create a very basic memory manager. The idea is this: I will have some basic...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Flashplayer working on some sites, not others

    Update.

    This morning, I opened up a video on theonion.com and it worked! But, of course, as soon as I selected the *next* video, I got sound with no video at all. So it worked for one whole video,...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Flashplayer working on some sites, not others

    That;s the full input. Note that was for minefield.

    The flash is from the .deb or the .tar.gz file (can't remember which at this point, i've tried both).
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    [ubuntu] Re: Flashplayer working on some sites, not others

    Here you go.


    Shockwave Flash

    File name: libflashplayer.so Shockwave Flash 10.0 r12 MIME Type Description Suffixes Enabled application/x-shockwave-flash Shockwave Flash swf Yes ...
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    [ubuntu] Flashplayer working on some sites, not others

    I have a very odd and frustrating problem. It seems that Abode flash player, installed form their site via the .tar.gz file, works on some sites and not others.

    For instance, youtube.com tells me...
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    [all variants] Re: Nvidia 9500GT a no-go

    Sorry I wasn't more clear. I'm using version 173.14.12 for both cards, it's the latest stable driver for Linux.
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    [all variants] Re: Nvidia 9500GT a no-go

    I don't know how or why, but I've gotten two Nvidia 9500GT cards working in the last couple days. One is a EVGA 512MB...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Questions from another Rookie?

    Bastille is awesome, that's about the best system hardening script I've used. For system monitoring, look into OSSEC.



    I can't tell you how many times I've screwed up my own system- it's all...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Users can't FTP with WINSCP

    Try logging in as your regular user (ie the one that was setup on install), as it will have a shell. I'm just wondering if the /bin/false option is messing things up (although it shouldn't).

    Also,...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu Server 8.04 Tripwire issue

    It's possible that it's grabbing the IP from you actual external IP. Go to www.whatsmyip.org and see if they match.

    If they don't I would look at the config file and see if that IP appears...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Questions from another Rookie?

    The above posts had some really good info, so I'm going to throw in my 2 cents.

    First, I'd like to mention that your Ubuntu system, as it is installed, is quite secure. But like anything else, the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Severly restricting a user account

    You might want to look into chrooting ssh users.

    http://www.howtoforge.com/chrooted_ssh_howto_debian
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    [ubuntu] Re: Monitor OpenSSH server with Snort?

    I would suggest a couple of things to limit the attack vectors on your ssh server.

    1) Disable password authentication and only use public key auth (eliminates brute force password attacks)
    2)...
  18. [ubuntu] Re: Is it possible to ask someone to hack my computer or is that out of the question?

    There is no such thing as an unhackable computer. If it's on the internet, it's hackable.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Firewall Logs Help?

    I don't see port 137 (netbios) included in that, could that be the problem? I'm not familiar with fwbuilder, so I can't help you in that respect.
  20. [all variants] Re: Security Encryption for usernames, hashes and Samba transfers

    Samba over ssh is possible, but I honestly haven't tried it just yet. Here's some articles I found very quickly:

    http://www.security-hacks.com/2007/05/18/tunneling-smb-over-ssh-secure-file-sharing...
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    [other] Re: Reseting Windows NT password with Linux Iso

    If you use passwords longer than 14 characters windows doesn't use LM hashes and forces NTLM hashes (more secure). I've also found that using spaces in passwords slows the standard ophcrack CD down....
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    [ubuntu] Re: Firewall Logs Help?

    One thing I noticed is that all the blocked traffic you posted is UDP. Did you allow for both UPD and TCP when you created the rules? Post your iptables -L output
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    SSH Server: A more secure configuration

    by gaten guess: gaten [dot] net [at] gmail [dot] com


    I personally believe that SSH is the best thing since sliced bread. It's easy to use, easy to setup, reliable encrypted internet traffic....
  24. Re: HOWTO: VNC over SSH using Public/Private keys From Windows

    BlizzofOZ:

    That is correct. Make sure the permissions on the USB driver are 600 and try copying it again. If it doesn't work for some reason, just sudo copy it.



    I'm not sure I understand...
  25. Re: HOWTO: VNC over SSH using Public/Private keys From Windows

    Ahh I see. I don't think that will be a problem, ssh is pretty low on the bandwidth scale.
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