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x86_64 here I am

Posted 02-12-2011 at 11:37 AM by SeRi@lDiE (Oscuridad)
Updated 08-24-2011 at 09:44 AM by SeRi@lDiE

Well the transition to x86_64 was not that bad... a few bumps in the road but between the channel and LQ is all sorted out...
I can dramatically see the improvement in memory handling and application threading. Browsing those suck and flash is a parasite. other than that I am happy!

Stay tuned the system "Oscuridad" unveil is comming soon. need to post a few updates.
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Rampant M$-phobic paranoia

Posted 02-12-2011 at 07:21 AM by archtoad6

Originally Posted by archtoad6 View Post
It seems to be official -- from
On 11 Febuary 2011, Nokia entered a strategic alliance with Microsoft, and announced it would replace Symbian and MeeGo with Windows Phone 7. [109] [110] Nokia will, however, retain Symbian for use in mid-to-low-end devices and invest into the Series 40 platform and release a single MeeGo product in 2011.
I almost posted the following at the end of the above post, but I decided...
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Posted 02-11-2011 at 02:22 PM by arniekat

UFW - Uncomplicated Firewall

This firewall for Linux allows you use plain English to control the iptables rules. It is a Command-Line program, but is very easy to create a simple firewall to protect your box.

You need to compile and install this from SlackBuilds:


NOTE - has the current version ufw-0.30. You can also get the source code for any version at

Modify rc.local...
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VPN Server

Posted 02-10-2011 at 08:28 AM by anky.parmar1786

Hi All

Is anybody help me out to configure the VPN server step by step...
or can anybody give me the site url on which it defines in easiest way how to configure it on Centos 5.4?

Thanks & Regards
Ankit Parmar
LQ Newbie
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unable to make pxe boot through tftp

Posted 02-10-2011 at 08:22 AM by anky.parmar1786

Hi All

Once again I am facing problem to make pxe boot server with the help of tftp.. What I am trying to do is that I have mentioned below but it gives error:- "COULDN'T FIND THE KERNEL IMAGE"

* yum install tftp-server

* vi /etc/xinetd.d/tftp and change disable to 'no'

disable = no

* restart xinetd

service xinetd restart

* Install syslinux

yum install syslinux
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