ricstr

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  1. Must have mis-understood you
  2. The Linux emulation is so you can execute Linux binaries. You dont need it to run X.Org or a desktop manager. I assume you installed from 5.3-RELEASE ? Did you install X.Org and Gnome or KDE during the install? If you didnt then execute the command 'sysinstall' and place the install CD in the drive. Add the X.Org and Gnome or KDE Packages. Now as root execute the 'xorgconfig' and follow the steps. Now execute the 'xinit' command. If that fails, then you may need to add the line 'exec startkde' or 'exec gnome-session' in the .xinitrc file in the users home directory. Execute the 'xinit' command again. Edit: I dont want to sound like a elitist dick giving out the old RTFM answer. But the FreeBSD handbook (http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/index.html) is very good and it explains everything on installing and configuring your install.
  3. http://www.binrev.com/forums/index.php?sho...=%22net+send%22
  4. I agree with Subzero1037.
  5. Your idea is good and something I have thought about quite a bit before. I dont think it can be done. For example with Linux, say the users buy a digital camera or other peripheral that uses a typical driver and application to use it in Windows. How do they get there new device to work in Linux? OK so most digital cameras can be accesed as a removable disk/drive, but most users wont know this or how to. Or what about if the machine fails and all members of the family that are computer savvy were involved in a bus crash? Where are they going to get support? That is a couple of example of where it fails, there is much more. Its a nice idea, just not practical.
  6. Move the SSH service to another port. Most scanners just look on the most common ports below 1024.
  7. FL Studio has a vocoder plugin effect that will allow you to invert the carrier signal.
  8. I havent used this, this is just something I came across and though might help. http://www.linuxforum.com/linux-bandwidth-limit.php
  9. Would it be possible to implement load balancing on your NAT/Router if you have one?
  10. People shouldnt be so dependant on telecom. Serious question: What did people do to contact the emergency services before telephones were wide spread?
  11. Dont think they want to shoot you, probably just want your adress and information on what you use *nix for so they can try and convert you by sending you spam.
  12. DIY Recording Guide http://www.bownie.com/guide/intro/ EarLevel - Audio Engineering & MIDI Information http://www.earlevel.com/ Audio Engineering - An Introduction http://www.ee.washington.edu/conselec/CE/kuhn/audio/95x3.htm I dont know of any text-based music/audio production applications, probably have to code your own. http://www.harmony-central.com/Computer/Programming/