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  1. Discussioni: hacker safe

    by Sir_D4v3
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    readed in some place in the wide web: "the...

    readed in some place in the wide web:

    "the only solution for hackers crackes is to make them get girlfriends" :D
  2. Discussioni: Protection

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    personally i recommend drweb its the only that...

    personally i recommend drweb its the only that had self repair feature, after that kaspersky and finally NOD32, i think it depends on the user, if the user just use hotmail and youtube for example...
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    Fatal: raid_setup: stat("/dev/hda") Is due to not...

    Fatal: raid_setup: stat("/dev/hda") Is due to not remounting "/dev" into the chroot environment, use chroot to change as root the right partition. =)
  4. Try Using the CIFS protocol instead of samba....

    Try Using the CIFS protocol instead of samba. tell us if works, which version of kernel do u have? check this...
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    try to use VESA MODE and that should work until...

    try to use VESA MODE and that should work until you install the right Video drivers good luck
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    This looks to be from unbuntu. I suggest no one...

    This looks to be from unbuntu. I suggest no one try this --pureh@te

    first try

    cd /Module

    make clean
    make
    sudo make install
  7. Discussioni: BT3 Vmware

    by Sir_D4v3
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    sometimes works for me make changes in...

    sometimes works for me make changes in permissions:

    $ umount /dev/hda
    $ chmod 777 /dev/hda (this allows read write etc)

    and then use Fdisk o Cfdisk or qtparted.
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    sound faster to install bt3 and install ubuntu...

    sound faster to install bt3 and install ubuntu tools...ubuntu had less apps.
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    usually you find that here... /etc/init.d/ but...

    usually you find that here... /etc/init.d/
    but you can try:

    mount --help
    umount --help

    see too /etc/lilo.conf, /boot/grub/menu.lst or /boot/boot/menu.lst ,
  10. Discussioni: Cant boot BackTrack

    by Sir_D4v3
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    probably is about your video chipsets i had the...

    probably is about your video chipsets i had the same problem... i solve it doing this : simply select VESA mode in boot menu that should allow you to boot or select an option and press tab and, edit...
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