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Post Posted: January 21st, 2005, 8:11 am

I really do need to print off a current copy of the PHP manual - missing all those great new functions 'n all. :oops:

Post Posted: September 15th, 2004, 9:53 am

Quick update... what about Net-SCP?

Post Posted: September 15th, 2004, 9:11 am

Net-SFTP requires the Net-SSH-Perl. ActiveState has not created either PPM. The only explaination I could find was: No PPM packages are yet available for this distribution. Plan "B": try the command-line SFTP client PSFTP which is part of the PuTTY package (scp, ssh, sftp, etc. for Windows). Good lu...

Post Posted: July 18th, 2004, 9:21 pm

sly1340 educated

Post Posted: June 17th, 2004, 6:22 am

Thanks RichB, I should be able to adapt that to suit my needs. Thanks.

Post Posted: June 16th, 2004, 11:13 am

I don't want to invest too much time learning yet another technology. Work is already getting complicated juggling: PHP, Perl, VB Script, HTML, CSS, a dozen heavy programs - all for development on NetWare, Linux, and Windows. DHTML will have to wait. :-P This is a one time problem; I'm hoping I can ...

Post Posted: June 8th, 2004, 11:50 am

It would seem that my signature prompted five people to join Ozzu. Yet, none of them posted after several weeks. Weird.

Humans.... go figure.

Post Posted: June 8th, 2004, 11:46 am

Do you know of a good CSS/JavaScript tutorial covering methods for duplicating the functionality of sample form below? I know how to do everything with the exception of dynamically adding an unlimited number of new rows which may contain grouped OR clauses. http://www.gov.nl.ca/gs/te...

Post Posted: April 30th, 2004, 7:31 am

Minor correction...

I've done this with write.exe (a la Windows 95). I tried using WordPad (on my 2000 machine) and it doesn't work (WordPad cannot save a file 'as-is').

Anyone out there with Win95?

Post Posted: April 30th, 2004, 6:48 am

Keep in mind that extending a partition across two disks doubles the possibility of a hardware failure destroying your data. (Not the same as RAID) RAID is Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks. The technology, among other things, combines multiple disks and presents them as a single storage unit to ...

Post Posted: April 28th, 2004, 12:48 pm

Aries and Taurus

Post Posted: April 28th, 2004, 11:23 am

Does linux work with Novell and their databasing? Linux, Novell and NDS/eDirectory? Yes. Also note: Novell purchased Suse and is strongly pushing Linux/GNU software. It is likely NetWare will eventually be replaced completely with something like "LinuxWare". Does linux have a program that works muc...

Post Posted: April 28th, 2004, 11:18 am

In this usage, extending is synonymous to enlarging. Since the additional space allocated to a partion may--or may not--exist on the same disk, it is pointless to make reference to multiple disks in the definition. Simply put, extending a partion means to make the partion larger. Vladdrac, you're re...

Post Posted: April 28th, 2004, 11:07 am

Lawyers! Sheesh!

mod_rewrite?! Why not:

Code: [ Select ]
LoadModule php4_module modules...
AddType application/x-httpd-php .asp
  1. LoadModule php4_module modules...
  2. AddType application/x-httpd-php .asp

?

Post Posted: April 28th, 2004, 11:04 am

artisites wrote:
im looking for someone to edit a text header in the title bar of a .exe

if anyone can help me please get in touch.


The Windows write.exe suggestion still stands. If you still doubt this, e-mail a copy of the .exe to me.

Post Posted: March 25th, 2004, 9:24 am

All natural; just a well secured system and some common sense... and I don't use mail clients that facilitate infection (Outlook).

Post Posted: March 25th, 2004, 9:15 am

That song is on 20th Century Masters: The Best Of Chuck Berry. The best part (live recording) is when he recognizes a fella in the audience that's not singing along by saying, "he must be playing with his Ding-a-ling-a-ling". :-P

Post Posted: March 24th, 2004, 10:03 pm

See chapter 6 of the From Power Up to Bash How To
http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/From-PowerUp- ... WTO-6.html

...read all about init and you'll know exactly what to do. :-)

Post Posted: March 24th, 2004, 1:42 pm

MS has help files on this subject. You will invalidate all your keys... which means encrypted files and folders will be lost, and security policies may still prevent you from doing so (unlikely).

Post Posted: March 24th, 2004, 1:39 pm

A local drive is malfunctioning. The system timed out before the drive saved the data. Disable write-caching. If that doesn't fix your problem, then I strongly suggest you archive important data because you driving is heading south.

Check your warrantee.

Post Posted: March 24th, 2004, 1:37 pm

I'm curious. ...how are you using these fonts? ...how is Apache referencing the fonts?

Post Posted: March 24th, 2004, 1:30 pm

At one time it was possible to use hexidecimal values (see encoder above) for e-mail address, but spammers have upgraded their collecting tools to account for this. Lately, people have been suggesting burying the mailto: URL in CSS, but that won't work forever. In fact, I doubt it really works now.....

Post Posted: March 24th, 2004, 1:18 pm

Why not use a port of the GNU tar utility for Win32
http://unxutils.sourceforge.net/

I use these utilities all the time; they work great!

Post Posted: March 17th, 2004, 7:54 am

is it possible to convert MP3 files to WAV files in Windows Media Player? or do i have to use another program? Whoops, I read your post backwards. Ok... in regards to your question, "which format is able to make the file size small? like below 1 Mb?". WAV is, once again, the format (in this case, P...

Post Posted: March 17th, 2004, 7:43 am

and which format is able to make the file size small? like below 1 Mb? MPEG Audio Layer-3 (the long name for MP3) is the format. You can adjust the compression settings. Variable bit rate, joint stereo (or mono), and filtering sounds below 10Hz all save space without affected the perceived quality ...

Post Posted: March 16th, 2004, 12:13 pm

I realize that your subject is "background logo", but its worth mentioning that foreground objects can be fixed positioned. This example places a GIF image 5px from the top and left of a document page and forces the image to remain relative to that position; regardless of scrolling. [code]<img sr...

Post Posted: March 16th, 2004, 12:04 pm

RichB, I read your post a little closer - it's a good solution. My idea was to load a place holder image as per the IMG tag, and use JavaScript/onLoad to substitute. That suggestion will fail for script disabled user agents. Although, a little voice keeps nagging at me... should a really large image...

Post Posted: March 16th, 2004, 8:04 am

Images loaded with Javascript 'onLoad' are requested after IMG files found in the HTML code.

Post Posted: March 15th, 2004, 1:55 pm

I write my pages such that they are variable width and wrap well for 640 to 1024 screen resolutions and letter sized paper. For testing purposes, I have a centered image on my desktop that has markings for 640 and 800 px - this makes it easy to adjust your browser Window and have a peek.

Post Posted: March 15th, 2004, 1:40 pm

Great, glad it worked. :-)

Post Posted: March 11th, 2004, 11:21 am

...with IDE drives you can't do a low-level format. It might give you messages that seem to indicate that it is doing a low level format but it's not. That would be SCSI drives. Notice how much faster low-level formats are on SCSI interfaces? That's why. :-) Low-level formats run right through part...

Post Posted: March 11th, 2004, 11:15 am

from your script? change the default output file handle... put this in your script before any print statements... open MYFILE, ">myfile.txt"; select MYFILE; ...all output that would have went to standard out (to your command prompt) will now to to the file handle MYFILE which points to the file m...

Post Posted: March 11th, 2004, 11:09 am

from the command line? use command-line re-direction...

perlcript.pl > b (overwrite)
perlscript.pl >> b (append)

Post Posted: March 11th, 2004, 10:58 am

...the intersting thing is that i have been warned by the admin of the form all because of u. You were flagged by a mod purly because a mod wasn't happy with your post. That had nothing to do with me, or this thread. I didnt read the rules of this form. Any way sorry to tell u this. You should have...

Post Posted: March 10th, 2004, 2:07 pm

Amer, it was good of you to help. But, this person may have been looking to abuse that information. Please see: http://www.ozzu.com/unix-linux-forum/obtaining-remote-address-t22020.html

Post Posted: March 10th, 2004, 12:53 pm

30MB is too much for Javascript.

Post Posted: March 9th, 2004, 9:32 pm

> ...suggestion to start the computer up, and unplug the monitor... Dam! I had my fingers crossed. An old rule of thumb with diagnosing computers: try the simple things first, even if they are very unlikely. > ...640x480x16... that's what comes up in safe mode... Safe mode is restricted to 640...

Post Posted: March 9th, 2004, 9:24 pm

It seems like you want to learn, and you have no official budget. Go with free software: Linux, or BSD.

Axe is right, it really depends on what you want to do, and how you're capable of doing it. It is a REALLY broad question...

Post Posted: March 9th, 2004, 9:22 pm

Linux Documentation Project: http://www.tldp.org/
Red Hat: https://www.redhat.com/docs/ (you could have found that one)

Post Posted: March 9th, 2004, 9:19 pm

1.What OS do you use? Windows 2000, Mac OS X, Linux 2.6, Solaris 9 2.For how long u heve been using it? 3, 4, 10, 13 3.What OS u prefer?why? Mac OS X Its UNIX and pretty. 4.How good u consider ur self with using ur OS? Terrible. 5.What is the future of the OS?as u think? Copyleft 6.How did u become ...

Post Posted: March 9th, 2004, 9:12 pm

Hey ThATKiD. See the word "Donate" below my avatar? Just click on that and... ;-) You may award (donate) other users some of your points if you feel they were helpful or gave really good feedback. To award points simply look for the user you wish to donate to and click on the Award button ...

Post Posted: March 9th, 2004, 9:05 pm

I used to have an ex-girlfriend that loved that topic. This lead to a number of interesting side-effects including my learning to use a sewing machine and her failed drunken attempt to write her name in the snow. (Yes... laugh hard! It was extremely funny!!!) Oddly enough, the sewing skills came in ...

Post Posted: March 9th, 2004, 9:00 pm

I was rather curious about your question and checked the documentation for Javascript. I found nothing in the function list to indicate a Javascript script could open a local file. However, this got me to thinking about using a Java applet on the client. java.io.File can open a local file. Security ...

Post Posted: March 9th, 2004, 8:49 pm

...but there is a database (in Access formta) that nees to be searched and results returned. how would I do this without using ASP, or PHP. Well, you'll need a scripting language of some sorts. If that database is large, a client-side script would be unreasonable. You will need ASP, PHP, or some ot...

Post Posted: March 9th, 2004, 8:43 pm

P.S. Axe, that is one cool snake picture (avatar). Yours?

Post Posted: March 9th, 2004, 8:41 pm

Well... you can use Windows write.exe (and maybe wordpad.exe) to change some trivial things. You must be sure to save the file raw and you must replace characters for characters (no additions or deletions). About the best you can hope for is substituting some text strings such that programs have fun...

Post Posted: March 9th, 2004, 8:35 pm

BIOS... scratch. Ok. Some progress... more to go. :-) Display... these gotta be a way to reduce your resolution such that the next boot into Normal Mode is in 640x480x16. I thought that was it (bear with me, the last time I used Windows 98 was probably in '98. haha!). Boot to a DOS prompt and use F8...

Post Posted: March 9th, 2004, 7:39 pm

Ok, lets review. You've removed or substitued all the major components except the motherboard, CPU, hard disk and power supply. The hard disk has been formatted at least once and they symptoms are the same for two different operating systems. Have you reset the BIOS to factory settings? What happens...

Post Posted: March 9th, 2004, 3:43 pm

Two operating systems railed to run normally on this computer. Suspecting a hardware fault is a reasonable assumption. However, you have not provided any information to support your suspicions that the hard drive, surface mount chips, or CPU. In fact, it appears you're just guessing. Remove all unn...

Post Posted: March 9th, 2004, 9:17 am

Bottom line is that it all confuses the heck out of webmasters. I'm extremely for making a standard and my current thought is if you can't make your browser comapatible with the standard, then get out of the business!!! This should be a class action law suit (yours truly knowing nothing about the l...

Post Posted: March 9th, 2004, 9:16 am

well I have heard a lot of good things about sp2 that would be wonderful if it has updated support for css. Wish they would hurry up with that one It gets worse. Even with the live update features of modern browsers, you can still count on a significant number of people not upgrading for a year or ...

Post Posted: March 8th, 2004, 5:37 pm

That sucks! It seriously does. Yes it does! I've been waiting for three years for an implementation of text counter. This would allow me to insert an automatically generated counter before each paragraph. That would help staff direct clients (over the phone), to specific paragraphs in our documenta...

Post Posted: March 8th, 2004, 2:01 pm

ljCharlie, have you resolved this problem? If not, see my post on Tue Mar 02, 2004 12:13 pm.

Post Posted: March 8th, 2004, 1:56 pm

I doubt all aspects of CSS 2.1 will ever make it into the top browsers. It is likely they will move towards adopting CSS3 in completion first.

This page includes references to information on how to deal with browser deficiencies: http://www.w3c.org/Style/CSS/

Post Posted: March 8th, 2004, 7:27 am

Hi, glad to help. If you have new questions that are not related to your post, "Internet sharing on linux", please start a new thread. I think what you are asking me is how to obtain remote IP address and then scan those computers for available services. If so, I can't help you. Otherwise, go with t...

Post Posted: March 7th, 2004, 3:22 pm

...the beatles being overated... Elvis is HUGELY overrated too... ...I even think Hendrix was overrated. Elvis and The Beatles... I should'a read the whole thread before making my last post. Guess it wasn't as controversial as I once thought. :-D Hendrix isn't over-rated, but--possibly--on the cove...

Post Posted: March 7th, 2004, 3:03 pm

Please provide a detailed description of your project. With the information you presented, I can only fire off some wild guesses. Speaking of which, I seriously doubt a batch file will fit the bill. You'll need some decent programability to carry a conversation. A Perl or BASH script would be more a...

Post Posted: March 7th, 2004, 2:57 pm

Over-rated? Well, if you're speaking strickly of the ratio between talent and credit, it would have to be Elvis and The Beatles. Elvis ripped off all the great black musicians of the day; repackaging blues and R&B as rock and roll. The Beatles were a phenomenon... as in they were, and still are, giv...

Post Posted: March 7th, 2004, 12:36 pm

Just in case you're curious... I found some other interesting products at firewiremax.com and cooldrives.com.

Post Posted: March 7th, 2004, 12:08 pm

Hi, My CD burner went to heaven on Friday. :-( I am considering either an external DVD±RW drive or drive enclosure. Both of which must support Firewire and USB in my mixed environment (Solaris, Mac OS, and Linux). An external drive enclosure is a little more attractive because it offers some flexibi...

Post Posted: March 7th, 2004, 10:11 am

Sorry, I realized the the fstab was in reference to mounting your CD-ROM. Forgot I posted that bit... Can you mount a CD type entering either:
Code: [ Select ]
mount /mnt/cdrom
or
Code: [ Select ]
mount -t iso9660 /dev/cdrom /mnt/cdrom
? If either of those work, than you're ok (you mentioned in another thre...

Post Posted: March 7th, 2004, 10:02 am

GCC is the GNU Compiler Collection, which currently contains front ends for C, C++, Objective-C, Fortran, Java, and Ada, as well as libraries for these languages (libstdc++, libgcj,...). From your perspective: you need it to change source code into machine code... a.k.a. compile programs so that th...

Post Posted: March 7th, 2004, 9:55 am

rjstephens wrote:
...something like this...


Oh yes! What an obvious oversight! Good one. :-)

Post Posted: March 6th, 2004, 1:01 am

as a general rule, dont' run as root unless you need the security privs. in this case, the only significant difference is the make'd files will be owned by root. that means that you need to switch to root if you want to mess around with the files... as a normal user, minor mistakes won't turn into m...

Post Posted: March 5th, 2004, 11:46 am

Try
http://www.karaokeisland.com/
http://www.mp3doctor.com/
http://www.audio4fun.com/

Post Posted: March 5th, 2004, 11:39 am

See the documentation for mysql_connect.

mysql_connect ( [string server [, string username [, string password [, bool new_link [, int client_flags]]]]])

Post Posted: March 5th, 2004, 9:23 am

Change "Topic Reply Notification" to "Ozzu Reply Notification". This will help when visually sorting Ozzu messages in a mail client.

Post Posted: March 5th, 2004, 9:19 am

In simple terms, my scripts die on exception and print a message. No further processing is done. However, I do make a point to send messages that are helpful to end-users.

Post Posted: March 5th, 2004, 9:16 am

Setting up MySQL on Windows is fairly straight forward. Download the current stable release of MySQL <ol> <li>Install the distribution. <li>Set up an option file if necessary. <li>Select the server you want to use. <li>Start the server. <li>Assign passwords to the...

Post Posted: March 5th, 2004, 9:09 am

Survivor airs in Canada; pretty much all US channels do.

Post Posted: March 4th, 2004, 11:56 pm

It's not hard to tell you have been practicing faces. Excellent work... trust me, I'm surrounded by painters every day.

Post Posted: March 4th, 2004, 11:53 pm

The colours used for read, unread, locked, etc., are a little inconsistent. How about using colour for new and monochrome otherwise?

Post Posted: March 4th, 2004, 11:49 pm

ljCharlie, did you solve this problem? If not, let us know and we'll try some more.

Off the top of my head I can't say where the "Task" menu option is and I'm on a Mac (so I can't check).

Post Posted: March 4th, 2004, 11:42 pm

Post the whole story. Is this the falling off the log incident?

Post Posted: March 4th, 2004, 11:42 pm

Dragon, did you find a solution?

Post Posted: March 4th, 2004, 11:40 pm

Well, you can't knock A-Team and Knight Rider but, now that I think about it, MacGyver (spelling?) is my lifetime hero. :-)

Post Posted: March 4th, 2004, 11:39 pm

Cheers! What better show could there be? Heck... they're my role models! haha!

"Ya know the ancient Celtics invented basketball" - Cliff

Post Posted: March 4th, 2004, 11:33 pm

Axe wrote:
awwwww thanks dude :)


It's always a pleasure! :-)

Post Posted: March 4th, 2004, 11:31 pm

Things easy in PHP are hard in ASP/VBScript. The power of PHP is the massive list of functions. Heck... the manual is 90% dedicated to the functions that ship with the language. And, plenty more are available on the net.

Post Posted: March 4th, 2004, 11:30 pm

0%? I think you rolled the clock over.

Post Posted: March 4th, 2004, 11:29 pm

usrstat.exe on the resourse kit may help; it may send an exit status code you can capture. Otherise, look for a port of the UNIX who command.

Post Posted: March 4th, 2004, 11:22 pm

1. I am 30. 2. April 19th, 1973 3. St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada 4. 6' 5. I'm not much of a fast good kind'a guy 6. Ten or more hours on-line each day. 7. I smoke too much. 8. I don't drink enough. ;-) 9. Actors is a tough call. Hmmm... 10. Matrix. It was a new concept. 11. Purple 12. http://www....

Post Posted: March 4th, 2004, 6:32 pm

where did fstab come into this thread? did i miss something?

Post Posted: March 4th, 2004, 6:31 pm

or all in one step, ./configure; make; make install; on a side note: that's a handy trick... but, you should consider running configure and make as a normal user and switching to root for the install. ./configure ; make su make install interesting bug in the bash shell: if you put a command like "....

Post Posted: March 4th, 2004, 6:27 pm

I don't know. This is a Red Hat machine and this person has little or no experience with gcc. It may be better to go with the RPM binaries vs. compiling the source... especially considering they don't have a compiler to compile the source!!!! hehe ;-) As I suggested in your original post, get the RP...

Post Posted: March 4th, 2004, 6:22 pm

Better yet, avoid the whole problem. Tighten up the security settings on your web browser (presumably IE) and don't run programs of questionable nature. Better yet, use Mozilla (mozilla.com)... it doesn't suffer from fly-by downloads (ever wonder how that adware got on our machine?).

Post Posted: March 4th, 2004, 6:20 pm

I have no idea what you just said. On a wild guess , I think you may be looking for a form button which takes you to a specific web site... <form action="http://150mcom/"> <button type="submit" value="Go to 150m.com!"> </form> ...this is unconventional ; it may not work. (I don't ...

Post Posted: March 4th, 2004, 6:13 pm

Good call ATNO. The utility in question must be using a lazy method of checking META tags. It must be throwing away the whole line when the next attribute isn't recognized.

On a side note, place name first makes things much easier for humans.

Post Posted: March 4th, 2004, 4:40 pm

ls -l fstab
does the root account have write permissions?

Post Posted: March 4th, 2004, 1:17 pm

mount /mnt/cdrom That command will work if you have an entry in your /etc/fstab file for the CD-ROM drive. If for some reason you get an error message after this command, try: mount -t iso9660 /dev/cdrom /mnt/cdrom then: cd /mnt/cdrom/RedHat/RPMS ls gcc*.rpm rpm -Uvh gcc-????.rpm (substitue ????)

Post Posted: March 4th, 2004, 1:11 pm

Then just install it from your distribution CDs or download it from
http://ftp.redhat.com/pub/redhat/linux/ ... dHat/RPMS/ or
one of the Redhat mirror sites.

Post Posted: March 4th, 2004, 12:48 pm

...got the error by saying that i dont have any version of GCC, so what the GCC is, and from where to get it, and why it doesnt come with the OS, i have redhat 9. Oh... reading a little closer.... it appears you did not install gcc as part of your RH9 installation. (rpm -q gcc will confirm this)......

Post Posted: March 4th, 2004, 12:44 pm

gcc --version

-or-

rpm -q gcc (for RPM installations)

-or -

slocate gcc | less (and hunt through the gcc directories)

P.S. Most recent UNIX utilities support command-name --version

Post Posted: March 4th, 2004, 12:41 pm

Linux may be used as a gateway bnetween a private network and the Internet. Any connection, whether it be a dial-up PPP, DSL, cable modem or a T1 line, may be used. In the case of most dial-up PPP connections and cable modem connections, only a single IP address is issued allowing only one computer ...

Post Posted: March 4th, 2004, 12:30 pm

Is your CPU overheating?

Post Posted: March 3rd, 2004, 9:56 pm

Seriously, if you want to remove voice overs... look for a simulated karaoke tool.

Post Posted: March 3rd, 2004, 2:57 pm

Hi,

Do you know links that review the Linux kernel versions... something more verbose than the latest changelog?

http://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/ ... eLog-2.6.3

Thanks!

Post Posted: March 3rd, 2004, 11:02 am

If you have not created a password reset disk and you have also forgotten the password for all user accounts, you cannot log on to your existing Windows installation for security reasons. This information applies to starting Windows XP typically, to Safe mode, and to Recovery Console. In this case, ...

Post Posted: March 3rd, 2004, 10:57 am

hey twiztit :-)

axe, i think they're up to 4'ish GB.

Post Posted: March 3rd, 2004, 10:17 am

P.S. cerio, please include relevant information such as your browser make and model when posting. Thanks. :-)

Post Posted: March 3rd, 2004, 10:17 am

Are you using Mozilla? I've seen that bug before...

Post Posted: March 3rd, 2004, 10:14 am

Hey Axe, It's been a while since I found that information and I didn't save any links. After quite a bit of research, the impression I was given was that high volume writing (swap file) would finish a flash drive in about a year. Reading was not a problem. I'd often thought about building a UNIX mac...

Post Posted: March 3rd, 2004, 10:05 am

Yup. DHCP will give you some trouble. The LinkSys router you have can be configured to disable DHCP. Go do that now. Done? Ok, great. Set the network card in your desktop to 10.0.0.1, 255.255.255.0. Set your lapto pto 10.0.0.2, 255.255.255.0, default gateway is 10.0.0.1. Configure Internet Connectio...

Post Posted: March 3rd, 2004, 10:01 am

You're in a bit of trouble. Especially because you have been using your computer. Stop! Use another computer to download an undelete utility that runs from removable media. Follow its instructions. FYI: Delete files are remove from the file systems table of contents, but are (usually) not wiped clea...

Post Posted: March 3rd, 2004, 9:57 am

The remote IP address may be changed by gateways such as Network Address Translation (NAT) and proxy services. Friendly gateways will change some of the addresses. Sorry, I don't know which ones off the top of my head.

(If you know, please post here.)

Post Posted: March 3rd, 2004, 9:55 am

Errr... the <!DOCTYPE line is wrapping funny. It should look like this:



Code: [ Select ]
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC... etc
  "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">
  1. <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC... etc
  2.   "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">

Post Posted: March 3rd, 2004, 9:53 am

Here's the top of my HTML files. I was very careful to confirm usage. [code]<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd"> <html lang="en-ca"> <head> <title>This is a tit...

Post Posted: March 3rd, 2004, 9:48 am

Removing voice for audio content is difficult; think of it as removing blue from a puddle of melted crayons. Some techniques which rely on voices being equally present in both the left and right tracks of a stereo recording at a specific frequency range (1Hz give or take?). Search Google for karaoke...

Post Posted: March 3rd, 2004, 9:41 am

I had researched replacing hard disks with ATA flash drives. Although they are smaller, they would make suitable replacements for temporary file systems and paging. One word of warning, flash drives wear out with use (as of 1 1/2 years ago).

Post Posted: March 2nd, 2004, 3:09 pm

(* gone home to nuke some cash! *)

Post Posted: March 2nd, 2004, 9:19 am

ATNO/TW wrote:
Off topic comment...


Hey thanks! :-D

This forum (like most, I guess) has many non-members lurking. I hope that some take the bait. But, so far, not so much as a nibble. :cry:

Post Posted: March 2nd, 2004, 8:49 am

Two operating systems railed to run normally on this computer. Suspecting a hardware fault is a reasonable assumption. However, you have not provided any information to support your suspicions that the hard drive, surface mount chips, or CPU. In fact, it appears you're just guessing. Remove all unne...

Post Posted: March 2nd, 2004, 8:43 am

Please confirm the following: Using HTML files with Server Side Includes (SSI) Those files have the extension .shtml. Internet Services Manager was configured for .shtml -> ssinc.dll The system was restarted. The URL has definitely correct. The error is a 404. Please post an example of an SSI cal...

Post Posted: March 2nd, 2004, 8:13 am

Calendae wrote:
...im currently taking AP phisics...


Ok, that just cracked me up! :-)

Post Posted: March 1st, 2004, 9:24 pm

Axe wrote:
Btw, mod your URL tags to remove the " characters, hehe)..


I never stick around to see my posts and quote="" gives me bad habits. Opps. :-)

Post Posted: March 1st, 2004, 7:00 pm

Hi Axe, Mount the ISO file, copy the files to a local directory, make your edits to the Knoppix distribution, and use mkisofs to create a new ISO file. Too bad you can't mount ISO files read-write eh? mount -o loop file.iso /mnt/iso, or mount -o loop -t 9660 file.iso /mnt/iso Oh wait... stop the pre...

Post Posted: March 1st, 2004, 5:58 pm

joebert wrote:
Thats good to know. I wasn't sure if they did & diddn't feel like checking so I kept it to what I know.


I just happened to be using Mozilla at the time I was reading your post. Where did you come across view-source:http:// ? I searched everywhere...

Post Posted: March 1st, 2004, 2:58 pm

No, we don't use proxy.ljCharlie It sounds like you're on a shared connection and you would like additional control of your users. A proxy will improve performance for your end users, provide a central point of control, and provide you with log files suitable for your original request. The Apache H...

Post Posted: March 1st, 2004, 2:48 pm

Oh yeah... almost forgot. I believe IIS/5 is set to use .stm out-of-the-box (I think). You could avoid a lot of those steps by renaming your files.

Post Posted: March 1st, 2004, 2:45 pm

That's a tricky error! IIS is reporting a 404 because the page includes SSI and the extension was not registered. Simply, you weren't getting that page because IIS was unhappy about the content. A 501, or even a 500 error would have been much more appropriate, AND HELPFUL! 10.5.1 500 Internal Server...

Post Posted: March 1st, 2004, 2:41 pm

Start Internet Services Manager Select Default Web Site Right click, select Properties Select Home Directory tab (assuming you want this everywhere) Click Configuration Click Add, then enter -> C:\WINNT\System32\inetsrv\ssinc.dll (could be different) -> .shtml -> Limit to GET (or GET,POST.....

Post Posted: March 1st, 2004, 2:30 pm

Ok, I think I understand what you meant. You want your web site to grab guestbook data from other web sites, parse the HTML, and output CSV. Don't bother with Javascript; use PHP functions. fopen() can open a URL. From there you'll have to come up with some funky regular expressions to parse the HTM...

Post Posted: March 1st, 2004, 12:29 pm

Mozilla/Netscape also support view-source:http://...

Post Posted: March 1st, 2004, 11:33 am

Are you using a proxy? Lots of great information in a proxy and it doesn't record sensitive information.

Post Posted: March 1st, 2004, 8:10 am

grinch2171 wrote:
Doesn't the Blaster virus cause this problem? I know it did on my buddy's PC.


Blaster exploited the NT codebase (which includes XP, but not 98 or ME).

Post Posted: March 1st, 2004, 7:36 am

I keep a copy of the Internet on my local drive.

Post Posted: March 1st, 2004, 7:32 am

120,000 people in our city and we have 23 Tim Hortons coffee shops. In fact, I pass three driving to work and live just five minute away!

Post Posted: February 29th, 2004, 10:23 pm

42? Is that the answer to the meaning of life...?

Post Posted: February 28th, 2004, 8:57 pm

I believe this is my 435'th post.

Post Posted: February 27th, 2004, 12:55 pm

Mine username is very dry. My name is so common that variations of my first and last name are almost always previously taken. Rather than having to remember a variety of username and password combinations for on-line accounts, I use my e-mail address (without the @ symbol). Its almost certainly guar...

Post Posted: February 27th, 2004, 7:42 am

Nice post Axe. That is one of the reasons Linux and open source software are my favourite pick. Ever have to re-install a program only to find you've lost the registration key? That happened to me with a few programs; twice with Intellisync. Keeping track of old purchases isn't easy for the unorgani...

Post Posted: February 27th, 2004, 7:32 am

However, I don't think that this will deter people because people can still copy those individual folders and files to a hard drive then burn into a CD again. Sometimes you can copy all the files, but one. And its that single file that a setup program is designed to test for. If it doesn't exist, t...

Post Posted: February 26th, 2004, 9:55 pm

Hey Leo, thanks again. You wouldn't believe how much help that was. I'm regex switching things all over my web site (it has 1000's of files... 1000's!).

Post Posted: February 26th, 2004, 9:46 pm

How do you feel about copy protected media as it applies to your rights? I don't mean how it applies with your bugged that you can't pirate a friends disc... I mean as it applies to your rights? My new Norah Jones "Feels Like Home" CD (not as good as I hoped) is a CD Extra format disc: part CD-DA (d...

Post Posted: February 26th, 2004, 9:35 pm

Yup, not a good start when you want to generate images based on data from the back office and script the whole she-bang. After a two hour phone call, the very helpful Adobe representative could only promise to get back to me in a few days (not complaining, I understand). I wish someone on Ozzu has e...

Post Posted: February 26th, 2004, 9:30 pm

I'm starting to think this is not compression. My new Norah Jones "Feels Like Home" CD (not as good as I hoped) is reported by Mac OS X.2 as 1.2GB. This is a CD Extra format disc: part CD-DA (digital audio) and part ISO 9660 format (data). I suspect the IFPI copy control protection uses a broken tab...

Post Posted: February 26th, 2004, 6:11 pm

LazyJim wrote:
I dont have access to a folder outsite the web root, so I chmod my php_includes directory to forbid access.


Assuming your talking about read access, that won't work because the web server must read those files. If the web server can, so can a hacker.

Post Posted: February 26th, 2004, 5:05 pm

I had to call Adobe technical support with this problem. They have analyzed several files set by FTP, can reproduce the problem, and are still stumped. I have a feeling this one is going to the developer that wrote the code for data sets. :-P

Post Posted: February 26th, 2004, 11:08 am

This lists all posts by author:
http://www.ozzu.com/search.php?search_id=egosearch

How about all new topis by author?
http://www.ozzu.com/search.php?search_id=egotopic

It would be an easy way to check in on topics you've created...

Post Posted: February 26th, 2004, 7:42 am

Oh yes, that one definitely makes the Linux folk green with envy. Thanks. :-)

Post Posted: February 26th, 2004, 7:40 am

It could be the SMTP server for netscape.net. Unfortunately, I don't get a lot of mail on that account. If you like, I can send myself an hourly test and measure delivery time.

Bwm: maybe you shouldn't spend too much time investigating this yet.

Post Posted: February 25th, 2004, 9:44 pm

Althought, it couldn't hurt to run a single conditional statement that is only considered on server load. Just one extra step, paranoid, but just one extra step. :-)

Post Posted: February 25th, 2004, 9:42 pm

I was just hit with a pile of notifications tonight. Something must be backed up. Or, maybe this was normal and I didn't notice...

Post Posted: February 25th, 2004, 3:04 pm

http://computers.listings.ebay.com/Desktops_iMac_W0QQfromZR4QQsacategoryZ4603QQsocmdZListingItemList Hunt around, Apple iMac G3 computers are going from between one and two hundred dollars. Look for the SE and DV models (they have slot loading CD/DVD players). They run OS X great. At 400+ MHz, they ...

Post Posted: February 25th, 2004, 2:49 pm

According to the documentation: 1. Choose Load Variable Library from the Variables palette menu. 2.Select the XML file from which you want to import variables, and click Open. The loaded variables and data sets should now appear in the Variables palette, but an unknown error has prevented the operat...

Post Posted: February 25th, 2004, 10:59 am

Fair enough, if Apache won't start with a broken PHP module, then the point is moot. Thanks for help. :-)

Post Posted: February 25th, 2004, 10:56 am

I bought a book on Bash programming and it doesn't mention read once. :-(

Thanks much for the suggestions. :-)

Post Posted: February 25th, 2004, 9:19 am

I realized a minor typo in my original post. What I meant to suggest was that a failed PHP module could be tested and .php files could be conditionally blocked. [code]<IfModule !mod_php4.c> <Files ~ "\.(php)$"> Order allow,deny Deny from all Satisfy All </Fil...

Post Posted: February 25th, 2004, 9:16 am

Code: [ Select ]
<Files ~ "\.(inc)$">
  Order allow,deny
  Deny from all
  Satisfy All
</Files>
  1. <Files ~ "\.(inc)$">
  2.   Order allow,deny
  3.   Deny from all
  4.   Satisfy All
  5. </Files>


Wouldn't this protect .inc files as well as not depend on a healthy PHP module?

Post Posted: February 25th, 2004, 8:50 am

Can a #!/bin/bash script accept input from command line redirection? For example:

myscript.sh < slocate textstring

I had hoped to write a nifty little script that deleted files returned from locate, find, etc.

Post Posted: February 25th, 2004, 8:45 am

Is is just me, or are the topic reply notification e-mails slower on the new system. I find myself responding to threads before the e-mail ever arrived. The lag, I'm guess, is somewhere between 5 and 20 minutes.

Post Posted: February 25th, 2004, 8:35 am

I wish people would post a follow up when the create a thread looking for help. :-(

Post Posted: February 25th, 2004, 8:25 am

_Leo_ wrote:
...using the filename/extension filter and using the desired PHP extensions strictly to name your files.


Please explain.

Post Posted: February 25th, 2004, 7:41 am

Honestly, I lived through a similar situation! A long long time ago I helped students as a lab monitor for a local university. A girl complained her 5-1/4" diskette was currupt. Since she had lost large portions of her thesis, I did my best to recover as much data as possible. A few days later, we w...

Post Posted: February 25th, 2004, 7:30 am

If you intend on changing the .php file extension to hide the PHP installation, you'll also need to set expose_php=Off and display_errors=Off in your php.ini. In addition, ServerSignature Off must be set in httpd.conf.

Post Posted: February 24th, 2004, 8:10 pm

The NOMAD MuVo NX lets you carry your WMA and MP3 music wherever you go. Available in 128MB or 256MB capacity. If you have a great idea you want to store away or need to remind yourself of an appointment, use the handy built-in mic to record up to 8 hours of voice messages, notes and conversations. ...

Post Posted: February 24th, 2004, 8:01 pm

This is an interesting topic. I have expanded apon it in another thread regarding Apache File directives.

http://www.ozzu.com/programming-forum/apache-directives-t21593.html

Post Posted: February 24th, 2004, 7:59 pm

It was suggested that a sick web server could send unprocessed .php files to the client ; potentially exposing sensitive code. Could an Apache file directive prevent sending .php files unless they were processed? The Apache Files directive could prevent an extension completely, but that would preven...

Post Posted: February 24th, 2004, 7:34 pm

Funny, I think we replied at the exact same time. :-)

Post Posted: February 24th, 2004, 7:33 pm

There is an extremely small chance a sick web server could send a .php file without processing it (I've seen in happen to .asp pages, but never .php). If you have a piece of code that is extremely sensitive, don't save it under the base directory of the web server. Add a directory to the include_pat...

Post Posted: February 24th, 2004, 2:58 pm

Axe wrote:
...he ability is disabled by most Linux distros by default...


Apparently ipchains dropped support. Sorry, I can't remember specifics.

Post Posted: February 24th, 2004, 2:56 pm

Slackware won't install the LILO to the MBR? Wow, no wonder samuraigecko ran into trouble. You'd think there'd be a way...

samuraigecko, did you get this fixed?

Post Posted: February 24th, 2004, 2:54 pm

Excellent! Thank you. Now, how about a regular expression that replaces the HomeSite manual with a better one? ;-)

Cheers

Post Posted: February 24th, 2004, 1:48 pm

You would have to throttle the bandwidth using the router/concentrator (its both). I checked the manual for that product and both "throttle" and "bandwidth" were not mentioned. It looks like the best you can do is configure the second computer (and, of course, your changes could be un-done). You can...

Post Posted: February 24th, 2004, 1:32 pm

I found his in the help documentation for CuteFTP CuteFTP is capable of transferring files from one remote server to another. Some servers do not allow this style of transfer; if you’re having difficulty getting this feature to function properly, please contact the administrator of the FTP site to s...

Post Posted: February 24th, 2004, 1:08 pm

A bug hunter claims to have uncovered a security flaw in Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Explorer (IE) 5 Web browser by studying Windows source code that was leaked last week. The vulnerability allows an attacker gain control over a user's computer by using a specially crafted bitmap file. When loaded u...

Post Posted: February 24th, 2004, 1:02 pm

Secure Copy Man Page Any file name may contain a host and user specification to indicate that the file is to be copied to/from that host. Copies between two remote hosts are permitted. -p Preserves modification times, access times, and modes from the original file. -r Recursively copy entire direct...

Post Posted: February 24th, 2004, 12:28 pm

Compressed folders?

Post Posted: February 24th, 2004, 12:22 pm

What operating system are you using? Are your computers both connected to a concentrator, or is the second computer routed through yours?

Post Posted: February 24th, 2004, 12:21 pm

Finding regular expression matches in HomeSite using Extended Find works great. I can, for example, match any <meta name="keywords"> line like this:
Code: [ Select ]
<meta name=\"keywords\"[[:print:]]+\">
What doesn't work is using regular expressions i...

Post Posted: February 24th, 2004, 7:28 am

On a related note. I thought I'd mention just how helpful my USB drive has been. I'm on dial-up at home and my employer has a very big pipe. I can download files during a break on a Windows computer and easily take them home to my Mac and Linux computers. Its much more convenient then burning CDs. V...

Post Posted: February 24th, 2004, 7:21 am

What's the ports collection?

Post Posted: February 23rd, 2004, 8:56 pm

That's rough on the bandwidth. rjstephens, is their an option to create ISO once you have used the Suse install?

Post Posted: February 23rd, 2004, 8:55 pm

i used redhat, it was ok, but not that great and im have some realllly bad network probs with this :-\ b_heyer, you gave me an idea. Maybe GRUB is left over from Red Hat. :-) samuraigecko, when you do a fresh installation of Slackware, you must install LILO in the MRB. The installer likely warned y...

Post Posted: February 23rd, 2004, 8:49 pm

Hmm... I think phpSelectah is going to say BSD no matter what. :-D

Post Posted: February 23rd, 2004, 8:48 pm

ATNO! Brilliant. lol, span is in-line. <div> would'a worked. Go figure. :-)

Post Posted: February 23rd, 2004, 3:09 pm

Assuming its a bug, can you tolerate doing this?

Code: [ Select ]
.bold {
  font-weight: bold;
}

.indent20px{
  text-indent: 20px;
}

.boldindent20px{
  font-weight: bold;
  text-indent: 20px;
}
  1. .bold {
  2.   font-weight: bold;
  3. }
  4. .indent20px{
  5.   text-indent: 20px;
  6. }
  7. .boldindent20px{
  8.   font-weight: bold;
  9.   text-indent: 20px;
  10. }

Post Posted: February 23rd, 2004, 3:04 pm

First time I've seen multiple classes...

...what happens when you do this?

<span class="indent20px bold">My text</span>

Post Posted: February 23rd, 2004, 11:22 am

Hi Axe, Try RenWiz . It does a fantastic job of renaming files based on all sorts of parameters. Unfortunately, it doesn't travel to sub-directories. It can do everything you need (yup, it can see the last modified time as well as current date!). :-) Cheers, Rob P.S. Windows or UNIX? A shell script ...

Post Posted: February 23rd, 2004, 9:43 am

You may find life a little easier using this module:

Passwd-Linux-0.70 > Passwd::Linux

If you want to use c, try:

include <shadow/shadow.h>
include <shadow/pwauth.h>

Post Posted: February 23rd, 2004, 9:40 am

Sorry, the permissions are as follows: chown root.root passwd chown root.shadow shadow chmod 0644 passwd chmod 0640 shadow Thats a bit of a problem because SUID to root can result in a security hole. If you want to add shadow support to a program so that it can check passwords, it is safer to SUID t...

Post Posted: February 22nd, 2004, 10:42 pm

Crypt-PasswdMD5-1.3 > Crypt::PasswdMD5 use Crypt::PasswdMD5; $cryptedpassword = unix_md5_crypt($password, $salt); $apachepassword = apache_md5_crypt($password, $salt); the unix_md5_crypt() provides a crypt()-compatible interface to the rather new MD5-based crypt() function found in modern operat...

Post Posted: February 22nd, 2004, 10:34 pm

Avoid using names like temp and test. They often come back to bite you because they are so often used for reserved words. The Perl script only needs to read the /etc/passwd and /etc/shadow files, and they should already be 644 (-rwxr--r--). What is returning "Permission is denied"? the Perl script? ...

Post Posted: February 22nd, 2004, 10:20 pm

If you're in a rush... check: http://www.xfree86.org/current/xf86cfg.1.html http://www.xfree86.org/current/xf86config.1.html I thought that screen resolution could be easily set by a GUI utility (without all the xf86[cfg|config] nastiness, but couldn't find any evidence of such a beast for FreeBSD. ...

Post Posted: February 22nd, 2004, 10:09 pm

BTW: I found a little program called wholockme that is useful for discovering what application is locking a file/folder. Install and then right-click any file/folder for a little pop-up window.

Post Posted: February 22nd, 2004, 10:04 pm

Search http://www.perl.com/CPAN/ for the exact module and instructions on installing.

I think the encryption algorithm is crypt.

Yes, it will.

Post Posted: February 22nd, 2004, 10:00 pm

<span class="bold indent20px">My text</span> Any change the above was not a typo? Class is an identifier. What you appear to be doing is defining a style in the tag itself. In that cause, use style="bold; text-indent: 20px". Also, be sure you use the correct properties (i.e. text-indent,...

Post Posted: February 22nd, 2004, 9:47 pm

PasswdMD5 Perl Module

Post Posted: February 22nd, 2004, 4:33 pm

GRUB is a boot loader (another is LILO). It is installed in the master boot record (MBR) of your primary drive (usually). When your computer starts, it will load a program found in the MBR for instructions on finding an operating system to boot. These boot loaders have the ability to present a list ...

Post Posted: February 22nd, 2004, 4:30 pm

Since you already suggested using SSH, then rsync may be for you. This utility is awesome as providing a secure method to transfer files in bulk and is the tool for keeping two sets of files in sync. As a bonus, you can run it as a background task on the server. That means you won't have to configur...

Post Posted: February 22nd, 2004, 4:22 pm

The only way to be truly cross-browser compatible is to completely seperate your data from your presentation. For example, keep all your news articles in a SQL server like MySQL and use a glue language like PHP or Perl to generate HTML content specific to the requesting user-agent. Better yet... do ...

Post Posted: February 22nd, 2004, 10:19 am

no sweat :-)

Post Posted: February 21st, 2004, 2:31 pm

Bearing in mind that format and fdisk will destory any data on your disk... Write a new master boot record just in case the present record is currupt. Then format the disk using the format utility. I strong suggest you use utilities that ship with the operating system version you intend to use. boot...

Post Posted: February 21st, 2004, 2:21 pm

allgoodpeople wrote:
I don't know the official history, but my understanding is the <b> and <i> and such came about with HTML 3. They apply only to looks, where as <em> and <strong> apply meaning to the text.


Thanks you. :-)

Next topic, why XHTML. lol

Post Posted: February 21st, 2004, 2:14 pm

Its great to see so many BSD users on this forum. I love its no nonsense design and really wish I had more computers. :-(

Post Posted: February 21st, 2004, 2:07 pm

Desktop: Apple Mac OS X Darwin Kernel Version 6.8 Desktop: Sun Solaris 9 Laptop: Red Hat Linux 9 Kernel Version 2.4.20-8 PDF: Palm OS 4.1 Phone: Motorola 2102.01.2F.03 (just kiddin') I plan on moving away from Red Hat in favour of Suse. This will help plenty with adopting future NetWare versions. St...

Post Posted: February 21st, 2004, 12:19 pm

Yeah, the php.ini comments say to use a semi-colon (like Windows). It appears to work in other locations, but I may try just for the heck of it. (Maybe my include_path is just a string that PHP can't deal with...)

Post Posted: February 21st, 2004, 12:15 pm

For the past three or four years, an enlarged Dilbert cartoon has adorned my office wall: "We need a new web site! It has to be webbish... but, not too webbish." LOL

Post Posted: February 21st, 2004, 12:11 pm

The only thing I'm still confused about, and maybe I'll discover it when I re-read this information(tired and distracted at present), is why it didn't skip the first font cited and, if nothing else, present the generic "sans-serif" citing. [code]font-family: 'Courier New', Courier, sans-serif;[...

Post Posted: February 21st, 2004, 12:03 pm

[code]h1 { 94 display: block; 95 font-size: 2em; 96 font-weight: bold; 97 margin: .67em 0; 98 } 99 100 h2 { 101 display: block; 102 font-size: 1.5em; 103 font-weight: bold; 104 margin: .83em 0; 105 } 106 107 h3 { 108 display: b...

Post Posted: February 21st, 2004, 11:51 am

lol, yeah, PHP kicks! I honestly drove myself made attempting to do something in VB Script that was easy in PHP. Take a look at its function list and ask yourself why you'd even want to re-invent such a perfect wheel. :-)

Post Posted: February 21st, 2004, 11:49 am

The only thing I don't like about the header elements is they seem to leave a 2 line line-break. Sometimes that's not what I want, so I default to the way I think you are trying to do it to customize it. Another different between H1..H6 is significant. User-agents may consider H1 "more significant"...

Post Posted: February 21st, 2004, 11:41 am

It appears they now charge for the tool. :-(
http://www.spec.org/cgi-bin/order

However, you can still read the published benchmarks which offer some great insight.

Post Posted: February 21st, 2004, 11:38 am

[code]NAME mbox - file containing mail messages INTRODUCTION The most common format for storage of mail messages is mbox format. An mbox is a single file containing zero or more mail messages. MESSAGE FORMAT A message encoded in mbox format begins with a From_ line, continues with a series o...

Post Posted: February 20th, 2004, 7:00 pm

volume:/dir/dir/dir works in other sections of the php.ini file. But, I will test /volume/dir/dir/dir just for fun. I wish I had console access to this computer. Its getting annoying bugging a sysadm to restart ever few minutes while I test. Check the permissions of the directories in the include pa...

Post Posted: February 20th, 2004, 6:47 pm

Solved (and shame on me). I had a collection of True Type fonts stored in my home directory in a folder called fonts. Almost forgot this was a UNIX system... 1. True Type fonts are not supported (that I knew), and 2. the system was attempting to use the fonts I had saved (that I didn't). ~/Library/F...

Post Posted: February 20th, 2004, 6:36 pm

...the include path works (on unix at least) just like a PATH environment variable... ...you need the file just there, two directory levels up from the script directory. Hi Leo, Thanks for writing. Just to clarify for all those reading. I have tried calling the file without a path ('file.php') and ...

Post Posted: February 20th, 2004, 6:28 pm

I was reading the mail RFCs the other day and found comments made in 1974 raising concern about the inability of destination mail system to control sender messages. Spam! Thirty years ago and still nothing done! :-(

Post Posted: February 20th, 2004, 6:19 pm

http://www.angelfire.com/linux/choice/ozzu.html I did some more testing with strict and loose DTDs mixed with various style sheets. Check out the link for 8 variations. The only style sheet that worked was without the quoted multi-word font name. This included single and double work quoting. It coul...

Post Posted: February 20th, 2004, 2:09 pm

how does your scope settings look? anything in the error logs? The DHCP server is administrated by central services. I can't administer this server and... believe it or not... they haven't responded to my incident report for two days. :-( and does this only happen on this pc, or all, or some? Just ...

Post Posted: February 20th, 2004, 9:50 am

This is THE place to go for benchmark analysis.

http://www.spec.org/

Post Posted: February 20th, 2004, 9:48 am

Hmm... I think you shouldn't do it.

Post Posted: February 20th, 2004, 9:43 am

Perl scripts usually redirect output to sendmail or communicate directly with a SMTP server using standard modules found on CSPAN.

Post Posted: February 20th, 2004, 9:41 am

It would take a small paper to answer that question. ASP is not a language. It is a server-side scripting engine that supports many languages including VB, VB Script and C#. In fact, PHP runs inside of ASP on an IIS server. What operating systems and web servers can you use to practice with? ASP is ...

Post Posted: February 20th, 2004, 9:33 am

Your declaration is invalid because 'property name : value' doesn't end with a simi-colon (;). Use this code in your style sheet.
Code: [ Select ]
.heading { font : bold italic 100%; text-decoration : underline; }
Use this code in your browser: <p class="heading">title</p&...

Post Posted: February 20th, 2004, 9:16 am

This is driving me mad... Does the php.ini include_path directive work exactly like a shell PATH, or does it mean a specific directory as well as all sub-directories? Does the php.ini open_basedir mean a specific directory or a specific directory as well as all sub-directories? http://host.tld/phpBB...

Post Posted: February 20th, 2004, 8:33 am

...unless it was disrupting the remainder of that selector's definition. That's not a bad guess. The CSS standard even mentions that such a disruption is required... A user agent must ignore [p. 46] a declaration with an invalid property name or an invalid value. ...but, it appears that the declara...

Post Posted: February 20th, 2004, 8:01 am

I was thinking of writing one, but then thought Google could do it quicker: http://www.tailoredweb.com/downloads.php

Post Posted: February 20th, 2004, 7:24 am

Changing the text size in IE's View menu has no effect on it but doing that in Netscape and Mozilla does, to my annoyance. Mozilla added that feature after many requests and its not a bad idea. If all browsers had full font control, it would lessen the risk web sites face from accessibility lawsuits.

Post Posted: February 18th, 2004, 9:55 pm

Which programming language do you prefer: PHP, Perl, or VB Script (ASP)?

Post Posted: February 18th, 2004, 9:50 pm

Axe wrote:
Oh, ok, so basically, paying just makes sure you get in the index within a set period of time as opposed to eventually/never?


I know for a fact Yahoo was charging for 'priority URL additions'(1) in '97.

(1) Guaranteeing your URL would be added promptly, rather than in several months.

Post Posted: February 18th, 2004, 9:47 pm

Personal habits are different from page ranking algorithms. I look for clear titles related to my search that do not have gimmicky characters or otherwise look desperate to attract a hit. This habit has increased my odds of finding a needle rather than a fistful of hay. Pages I create use titles tha...

Post Posted: February 18th, 2004, 9:35 pm

So, what's the stats on the new server? How much horsepower under the hood?

Post Posted: February 18th, 2004, 9:17 pm

Apostrophes are required for multi-word font names and optional for single. If the font itself is not on the client, it will be substituted. I can copy-paste the text, but it is black on black. This is an odd one eh? I'll be less lazy tomorrow and do some testing. Well, if I manage to solve that DHC...

Post Posted: February 18th, 2004, 3:59 pm

Code: [ Select ]
.code { font-family: 'Courier New', Courier, sans-serif; font-size: 11px; color: #BCBCBC; background-color: #161616; border: #BCBCBC; border-style: solid; border-width: 1px; }
I'm not sure why, but the color attribute doesn't work for the .code ...

Post Posted: February 18th, 2004, 3:43 pm

I'm having some trouble with a DHCP glitch. If any of you with Windows exerience can help, I'd be very grateful! This first reared its head last week (just once). Today I can't keep a DHCP lease for more than a few moments. IP based drive mappings die during login. Ipconfig reports no leases. The le...

Post Posted: February 18th, 2004, 12:31 pm

What's the stats on the new box?

Post Posted: February 18th, 2004, 11:22 am

I can't claim to know IE has a default style sheet. Mozilla does--I've seen it--but, unfortunately, I never thought to keep track of where it was. (Google hasn't helped.)

Post Posted: February 18th, 2004, 8:18 am

Google Achieves Search Milestone With Immediate Access To More Than 6 Billion Items MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. February 17, 2004 - Google Inc.today announced it expanded the breadth of its web index to more than 6 billion items. This innovation represents a milestone for Internet users, enabling quick a...

Post Posted: February 18th, 2004, 8:06 am

Vladdrac wrote:
Oh god, I have got to migrate to linux soon, MS is just becoming a disaster.


Windows 95 / Macintosh 89.

Windows was always a disaster... it just had more features: both real and promised.

Post Posted: February 18th, 2004, 7:57 am

<a href="http://www.cooperhandtools.com/catalog/pdffiles/htoolcat/brand%20sections/XCELITE.PDF">I'll take an Xcelite Attache tool case any day</a>

Post Posted: February 18th, 2004, 7:44 am

Do you know where to find the default style sheets for Mozilla and IE?

J.I.C. You are also curious. I found the Mozilla default styel sheet. See this thread: http://www.ozzu.com/website-design-forum/mozilla-mac-t21391.html

(well worth the read)

Post Posted: February 12th, 2004, 9:58 pm

wait wait... i missed something. your band is named "the name"? or, did something not display on my computer (it randomly does that).

Post Posted: February 12th, 2004, 2:24 pm

yes, relative is for nesting (sort of). what you need to do is ask yourself what your positioning and why? most box level elements should not be positioned... let the browser place them according to natural flow. save positioning for items like navbars.

Post Posted: February 12th, 2004, 2:03 pm

The element would be relative to the box level element it is immediately inside. If you had two boxes: <div id="1"> and <div id="2"> and id=1 was 10px down and right from the top left of the browser, and id=2 was 10px down and right from the top left of it's container, div=1, then div=2 ...

Post Posted: February 12th, 2004, 1:58 pm

Scalability and Limits <ul> <li>Handles large databases. We use MySQL Server with databases that contain 50 million records. We also know of users that use MySQL Server with 60,000 tables and about 5,000,000,000 rows. <li>Up to 32 indexes per table are allowed. Each index may consi...

Post Posted: February 11th, 2004, 8:54 pm

Thanks ATNO. :-)

We have Notify. I'd like to free up some space on the task bar and not have to start/exit the GroupWise application for each e-mail (I get a lot!).

Post Posted: February 11th, 2004, 2:46 pm

To get the tabbed browsing to not steal focus when opening a new tab I added the multizilla plugin to mozilla. Firefox just does it right from the beginning. You can do that in Mozilla. Just load the tabs in the background. http://www.angelfire.com/linux/choice/mozilla-tabs.gif

Post Posted: February 11th, 2004, 2:39 pm

Coming up with names reminded me of a few town/community names in Newfoundland and Labrador (where I'm from) that I cam across today:

Blow Me Down
Boat Harbour
Conception Harbour
Cow Head
Cox's Cove
Dildo
Herring Neck
Low Point

Funny eh? (They're all real)

Post Posted: February 11th, 2004, 2:30 pm

I knew a band that got their name from a take on "This Hour Has 22 Minutes" (a tv show). They called their band "This Band Has 22 Inches" (a two memeber band). Later, after a friend joined, I used to joke that they were "This Band has 25 Inches". How about a name reflecting your different tastes? .....

Post Posted: February 11th, 2004, 2:27 pm

You're right, Top Style should include attribute descriptions. I ended up experimenting for countless hours.

Post Posted: February 11th, 2004, 2:18 pm

Sweet! I wish that could be down with GroupWise.
(It doesn't appear possible.)

Post Posted: February 11th, 2004, 2:15 pm

as a crazy work-around: maybe a system level service can read the folder. try putting the ftp service on the folder and getting your files the heck outt'a dodge.

shouldn't the administrator account read this directory no-matter-what; same id or not?

Post Posted: February 11th, 2004, 2:11 pm

Magazines...never thought of that! Which brings up books... a distribution and manual all in one.

Post Posted: February 11th, 2004, 2:09 pm

FYI: Access/ODBC starts having serious performance issues with tables that have greater than ten thousand rows.

Post Posted: February 11th, 2004, 2:07 pm

I can suggest a few others to be deleted! ;-)

Post Posted: February 11th, 2004, 1:00 pm

Who are your influences?

The Rolling Stones got their name from a Muddy Waters track.

Post Posted: February 11th, 2004, 12:47 pm

It would make for a funny comment (but still nice) on those people that say things like "play that one that goes like....", "I like track 10", etc. LOL

Everyone will think of you every time they look at a CD jacket or play the 10'th track off an album.

Post Posted: February 11th, 2004, 12:42 pm

I saw a NetWare box go just over four hundred days. That was the longest I've seen excluding a VAX machine that went fifteen years. LOL

Post Posted: February 11th, 2004, 12:32 pm

Thanks ATNO/TW. I'll take another look at this (especially consider I'm just using Mozilla for the browser).
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