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  1. The first script is pretty cool. But, for the second one, it might have been easier to pull the IP from http://www.whatismyip.org No formatting to strip
  2. Openbox with Tint2 I've been using it for a few years now. Well, openbox. Before I discovered tint2 (maybe a year ago) I was using PyPanel. It's really lightweight. If I cut off some of my extra services from bootup (uShare, Tor, Polipo) I'll be at the desktop sitting around 80mb of RAM usage.
  3. 100% Gentoo 100% Slackware I've tried both and didn't like them. Been using ArchLinux exclusively for many years now and I love it.
  4. I like Clementine. It's a continuation of the Amarok 1.4 codebase.
  5. Don't forget about Code::Blocks! http://www.codeblocks.org It's free & open-source.
  6. It runs in the background. You type into whatever browser you use and navigate freenet through there.
  7. I also recommend OpenBox. Running ArchLinux here, too. I'm also using PyPanel and wbar.
  8. I'm not going to bother trying to compare Windows to Linux or BSD because, well, I could care less about getting into an OS argument and there are plenty of other people here who can fill my place in the argument. I'll just throw in that I like to mess with shit and explore. Linux is more conducive to "messing with shit and exploring". I've yet to try BSD, but I will soon. However, I've been using various Linux distros starting with Red Hat 7 when it came out ... When my friends ask me, "Why the fuck do you use Linux? Why not just use Windows like everyone else, it's so much easier ... " I reply "Exactly. It's easier. I like doing shit the hard way."
  9. Why an older one? Also, if you're a newbie slackware might be a bit much at first, ArchLinux is a much gentler introduction. I agree on the ArchLinux. [off-topic] And hold it, is this int from IL? I just realized who I was quoting. Hotdog Water here. [/off-topic]
  10. http://home.eunet.no/pnordahl/ntpasswd/ I've used this before in various situations, works great. [edit] This won't GIVE you the password, but lets you re-set it .... not exactly what you asked for, but I figured it might still be useful ...
  11. I can attest to this. In Atlanta, go out of my way to avoid the Five Points subway stop - the main intersection of the four main train lines. They emit a tone of very high frequency through the PA system at all times. Makes my skull rattle.
  12. 800-314-4258