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  1. Discussioni: no dhcpcd? wth

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    Alright, stupid me. DHCLIENT is the replacement...

    Alright, stupid me. DHCLIENT is the replacement for dhcpcd, shoulda googled a little harder.

    Still, I am certain when people give directions to new users about how to do stuff, they are going to...
  2. Discussioni: no dhcpcd? wth

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    no dhcpcd? wth

    Why the hell wouldn't there be dhcpcd on the latest BT4 (beta)?

    Am I missing something since the move to debian?
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    whats the song in the vid? Pretty badass and it...

    whats the song in the vid? Pretty badass and it goes along with the movie well, too.
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    Nice, but is this thing going to eat the snot out...

    Nice, but is this thing going to eat the snot out of my IBM T23? I mean, what I liked about BT was that it wasn't all full of useless graphical stuff. Instead, it just had loads of useful features.
  5. Discussioni: wardialing

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    Just wondering, why are you looking to wardial? ...

    Just wondering, why are you looking to wardial?

    I used to wardial when I was in like....7th grade.

    Is this for testing PBX security or something? Jeeze, old school.
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    Great job guys, For some reason, my download...

    Great job guys,
    For some reason, my download were corrupted for a period, though.

    I downloaded it from my main rig, from my laptop and from my parent's PC (200 miles away) and all three had bad...
  7. Discussioni: Yakuake

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    Yakuake is a great tool. I dont know why it was...

    Yakuake is a great tool. I dont know why it was removed, but its easy enough to reinstall. just download it, untar it, surf to the folder, run configure, run make, run make install, make clean, then...
  8. Discussioni: beryl request

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    Beryl implementation would piss me off, as I have...

    Beryl implementation would piss me off, as I have a relatively slow laptop.


    Still, a how-to would be useful for those of us that have a decent rig to play on. However, I dont know why you would...
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    Heil, IBM thinkpad (T23 here). I might take...

    Heil, IBM thinkpad (T23 here).

    I might take my WG511T apart tomorrow.
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    Where did you end up finding the RC4 of the...

    Where did you end up finding the RC4 of the client? All that nessus has on their site is the RC5, and I dont want to have to mess around with their dependencies. I might just have to suck it up and...
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    Well, yes, I am afraid of that but it appears...

    Well, yes, I am afraid of that but it appears that mac's guide is somewhat straightforward and I probably wont learn much by just instituting a module. However, I do think there is plenty of merit in...
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    So wait, should we use that guide above or just...

    So wait, should we use that guide above or just wait for markds's files?
  13. This seems to be a good run-through of why people...

    This seems to be a good run-through of why people use specific arguments to the applications. Very helpful, thanks
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    Yeah, sorry for flooding the forum with this,...

    Yeah, sorry for flooding the forum with this, maybe we can combine threads or whatever. If you wanna just ammend yours, I can get an admin to remove this thread. We should probably just give props to...
  15. This is a sweet thread, very helpful. Thanks

    This is a sweet thread, very helpful. Thanks
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    The next one on my list of "To-Do"s is installing...

    The next one on my list of "To-Do"s is installing open office on a HD install of BT. After all, I am sure a lot of us are students or faculty that need to at least read Microsoft's silly documents...
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    HOWTO: Dual boot XP & BT (With LILO)

    Hey guys,
    I finally got my harddrive setup working and I wanted to share how to do it. Because a lot of other howto's on this forum are straight jacked from other distributions (and they didn't work...
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