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I am wondering how I would go about setting up a wireless network for my Linux (Fedora 7) off a Linksys. I have went through networking, however I am not sure what are the next steps are. If anyone can help me please let me know.
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Background note: My main way of interacting w/ LQ is through my subscription to the daily "0-reply threads" e-mail. Therefore, my problems arise when I click on an entry in that e-mail & find a closed thread which has no references to its continuation, or, worse, gives the "Invalid Thread specified. If you followed a valid link, please notify the administrator"...
MSN (or Windows Live) offers a web based Messenger program. Here are its system specifications:
* A web browser: Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 or later, Netscape 7.1 or later, or Mozilla 1.6 or later, running in Microsoft Windows.
* An Internet connection (56 Kbps or faster recommended)
* A Microsoft® .NET Passport. If you have a hotmail.com or msn.com account, you already have a Passport.
* Popups enabled for this web site if you are using popup blocker software...
Squid had patched with icap and Http traffic goes fine, but in some situation like max http traffic or no http traffic the squid response " ICAP Protocol Error" . But after some times it revoke to the original state(Running).can any one tell me the reason .