jnash2001

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  1. Hey! Just wanted to share that I found this 2600 ny police car on google street view when searching for the hope conference. If you keep pressing up you can follow it http://maps.google.c...191.95,,0,15.74
  2. What you want is here: http://www.openbsd.org/stable.html As always read the FAQ (http://www.openbsd.org/faq/), man pages for each command (start with afterboot(8)) and if you like forums I recommend http://daemonforums.org/ Have fun!
  3. Couple of things that crossed my mind: - do a "ftp -4 ftp://ftp.netbsd.org/pub/" so that it fetches the IPv4 address and then try with pkg_add; - try other nameservers on resolv.conf (I have had probs in the past with home routers that didn't handle IPv6 requests that well) or even run your own local caching dns server for bonus points (I think NetBSD includes bind by default).
  4. I was in the shop the other day playing around with the Asus EEE 901 and I swear I saw something in the settings to install nod32. Has anyone here saw this before or was I dreaming?
  5. jwz uploads netscape 5 source code giving birth to the mozilla project:
  6. You could also try OpenBSD. Efficient on system resources, stable, security conscious and already comes with httpd (forked from Apache 1.3) with chroot, SSL. There's also lighttpd on ports.
  7. I would give http://www.opendns.com/privacy/ a good read before choosing them: and also: