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Old 11-01-2010, 11:43 AM   #1
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Today's Date: 11-01-2010

Activity since: 10-15-2010

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Title: "Cannot install grub on software raid" (Date Posted 11-01-2010 by MALDATA)
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Title: "why i can not use the command "history" in fedora13?" (Date Posted 11-01-2010 by corewar)
o 0 Replies, 2 Views, Last Post: 11:38 AM, 11-01-2010 by corewar

Title: "Unable to boot Slackware off SUSE GrUB" (Date Posted 11-01-2010 by grumpy.biatch)
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Title: "Realtek driver RTL8111/8168B" (Date Posted 11-01-2010 by jwater1968)
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Title: "Using dd to copy specific partitions into specific partitions?" (Date Posted 11-01-2010 by katto)
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Question: Which of the following do you think is the best Gateway firewall server?
o 'ClearOS / ClarkConnect ' (1 Votes)
o 'IPCop ' (0 Votes)
o 'eBox ' (0 Votes)
o 'Monowall: ' (0 Votes)
o 'PfSense ' (0 Votes)
o 'Smoothwall Express ' (1 Votes)
o 'Others' (0 Votes)
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Question: How often do you scan your Linux Computer(s)?
o 'I am so paranoid I scan it more then once a day... ' (0 Votes)
o 'Once a day. ' (2 Votes)
o 'Once a week. ' (0 Votes)
o 'Once a month. ' (0 Votes)
o 'A few times a year. ' (1 Votes)
o 'Depends really on what I am doing. Can be often or not.' (6 Votes)
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Question: Your favourite CLI email client
o 'Alpine ' (4 Votes)
o 'Cone ' (0 Votes)
o 'Elmo ' (0 Votes)
o 'Gnus ' (0 Votes)
o 'Mutt ' (3 Votes)
o 'Nmh ' (0 Votes)
o 'Pine' (2 Votes)
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Question: Is this thread helpful?
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o 'Kind of. ' (0 Votes)
o 'Not really. ' (1 Votes)
o 'Not at all.' (2 Votes)
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Question: What do you use Slackware for?
o 'Web Browsing ' (226 Votes)
o 'E-mail ' (213 Votes)
o 'Typical "Office" stuff (word processing, spreadsheets, presentations) ' (183 Votes)
o 'Playing games ' (118 Votes)
o 'Graphic design/page layout (e.g., with TeX, Scribus, Inkscape, GIMP) ' (105 Votes)
o 'Web deisgn or development ' (96 Votes)
o 'Multimedia viewing/listening (including ripping and burning) ' (191 Votes)
o 'Multimedia authoring (actually editing/producing audio/video files) ' (62 Votes)
o 'Accounting (heavy-duty stuff beyond a typical spreadsheet) ' (16 Votes)
o 'Geographic Information Systems (GIS) work ' (12 Votes)
o 'Database management (beyond the typical "office" database) ' (37 Votes)
o 'Compiling software for daily use or testing ' (174 Votes)
o 'Programming stand-alone applications (e.g. not scripting within an application) ' (93 Votes)
o 'Other' (126 Votes)
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