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  1. Haha, nevermind. I forgot to specify the partitions!
  2. I had a linear RAID array set up on a box for a long time. I have decided to switch the RAID to a new machine and I am trying to reassemble it. I have found out the new order for the drives by using mdadm -Q <drive> on all of the drives. The old order was: /dev/hdc1 /dev/hde1 /dev/hdg1 /dev/hdi1 The new order is: /dev/hde1 /dev/hdc1 /dev/hdi1 /dev/hdg1 So I used the following command to reassemble it: mdadm -A /dev/md0 /dev/hd{e,c,i,g} It assembled the array without errors but the file system is no longer intact. Anyone have any ideas?
  3. Oh, absolutely. But that was just an example . Thanks guys!
  4. How would I be able to forward a port on a machine to another port on the same machine? For example: An SMTP server is running on 10.0.0.112:25. I would like users to connect to the SMTP server using 10.0.0.112:10025 instead. I do not want to change the port the daemon is listening on and I don't want to do this using a router. I would like the computer to accept packets on 10025, forward them to 25, then forward them back to 10025.
  5. hey natas, i would like to see how you parsed the information from the whitepages page. looks very cool :voteyes:
  6. The easiest way in my opinion is to add this code to the end (or wherever) of your httpd.conf: ScriptAlias /php /usr/local/bin <--(put the folder where your php binary resides.) AddType application/x-httpd-php .php .php3 .phtml Action application/x-httpd-php /php/php
  7. many times when i need to trick someone into getting their ip, i will set up an httpd and give a link to it. i will link it to a php file which will store the person's ip in a file and use a meta refresh to redirect them to a funny picture. example: <?php $file = fopen("/home/g00se/ip", "w"); $ip = $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']; fwrite($file, $ip); ehco "<meta http-equiv=\"refresh\" content=\"0; url=http://funnypichere.com\">"; ?>
  8. the top line is in hex: Ahhhahh, You found the most useful site on the NET at last. Enjoy our random ramblings, and our links are even better..... last line also: If this page makes sense to you, and reads well, you cant have it, but please save it and email it to me. If its total rubbish, its yours to do with as you wish Another excelent site we can recommend is useless word EDIT: but after clicking the link, i found it was already translated
  9. the fastest network speeds i get with my windows machine is at most 3000KB/s. but when i boot with linux i get around 7000-9000KB/s. is there something in the registry that i need to change in order to raise the cap, or is it something else?
  10. i really would like to try cadega, but it is no longer free. if someone has a link to the latest free version of winex, that would be greatly appreciated.
  11. i am using freebsd 5.2.1 and whenever i do ANYTHING, i will get this fun little error: calcru: negative time of -644944 usec for pid 576(vi) that is just an example of when i exit out of vi. but it gives me this for everything, including shit like ls and sh. it is really pissing me off. does anybody know what the fuck this means?
  12. http://g00se.sytes.net:7777/balls/ScanGen_v0.4.rar
  13. oh hell yeah. right now i have 2 computers from different friends in my room right now because they want me to fix it for them. one of them said he'd pay me, but its one of those things where you have to say no, because he's my friend
  14. there is only one buddy of mine who is as interested in comptuers and phones as i am. though he rarely ever wants to go out UEing. about a month, or so, ago i was talking to some jock in class about computers and he actually said to me, "why do you like computers so much. what is so fascinating about computers that isnt about sports." and i said "well ill go kick a ball around for a day while you build a computer and program me a useful program." but, to answer your question, absolutely. people use computers every day and they know nothing about them or care about them other than for aim or e-mail. but, i guess thats how it has always been.