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BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Original Post - Mar 4, 2010 - 07:22pm PT
This seems much more complete with Unix OS's. Any further windows
examples would be appreciated.

/*No man or windows help pages with windows?*/
C:\>nslookup /?
*** Can't find server name for address 192.168.5.1: Non-existent domain
*** Default servers are not available
Server: UnKnown
Address: 192.168.5.1

*** UnKnown can't find /?: Non-existent domain

/*These are the only instructions I could get with a Windows system.*/

C:\>nslookup 216.12.246.19 set type=any
Usage:
nslookup [-opt ...] # interactive mode using default server
nslookup [-opt ...] - server # interactive mode using 'server'
nslookup [-opt ...] host # just look up 'host' using default server
nslookup [-opt ...] host server # just look up 'host' using 'server'

C:\>nslookup set type=any 216.12.246.19
Usage:
nslookup [-opt ...] # interactive mode using default server
nslookup [-opt ...] - server # interactive mode using 'server'
nslookup [-opt ...] host # just look up 'host' using default server
nslookup [-opt ...] host server # just look up 'host' using 'server'

C:\>nslookup
*** Can't find server name for address 192.168.5.1: Non-existent domain
*** Default servers are not available
Default Server: UnKnown
Address: 192.168.5.1

> set type=any
> 216.12.246.19
Server: UnKnown
Address: 192.168.5.1

DNS request timed out.
timeout was 2 seconds.
*** UnKnown can't find 216.12.246.19: Non-existent domain
> exit

Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Mar 4, 2010 - 07:27pm PT
forget windoze & make a knoppix boot cd
http://www.knopper.net/knoppix/index-en.html

$nslookup 216.12.246.19
Non-authoritative answer:
19.246.12.216.in-addr.arpa name = secure-2.sbc.com.

locker

Social climber
Oryay Ommamay
Mar 4, 2010 - 07:29pm PT


Credit: locker
...


Oops!!! WRONG "Windows"...

WBraun

climber
Mar 4, 2010 - 07:30pm PT
216.12.246.19 is

OrgName: Wayport, Inc.
OrgID: WYPR
Address: 4509 Freidrich Lane
Address: Building III, Suite 300
City: Austin
StateProv: TX
PostalCode: 78744
Country: US

ReferralServer: rwhois://rwhois.wayport.net:4321

NetRange: 216.12.224.0 - 216.12.255.255
CIDR: 216.12.224.0/19
NetName: WAYPORT
NetHandle: NET-216-12-224-0-1
Parent: NET-216-0-0-0-0
NetType: Direct Allocation
NameServer: AUTH0.WAYPORT.NET
NameServer: AUTH1.WAYPORT.NET
Comment: * Rwhois reassignment information for this block is available at:rwhois.wayport.net 4321
RegDate: 2000-04-24
Updated: 2001-06-29

RTechHandle: WN25-ARIN
RTechName: ATT WiFi Services IT
RTechPhone: +1-512-519-6000
RTechEmail: arin-coordinator@wayport.net

OrgTechHandle: WN25-ARIN
OrgTechName: ATT WiFi Services IT
OrgTechPhone: +1-512-519-6000
OrgTechEmail: arin-coordinator@wayport.net

Address: 192.168.5.1 is the local address of/a/your router

BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Mar 4, 2010 - 07:31pm PT
Thanks I'll check it out. I have a demo Linux bootable CD stashed at
1 of my professors places. It seems to be more complete than windows.

Both the program and man pages that is.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Mar 4, 2010 - 07:35pm PT
WBraun,
thanks I know where to get that however nslookup does somethings
slow web based programs don't. The windows nslookup seems
lacking compared to Unix. However DOS dir now comes with Unix
and seems to be the same as the DOS version in the event you choose
that over ls.
Lost-Arrow

Social climber
Hawaii
Mar 4, 2010 - 07:36pm PT
What information are you looking for? It seems that your question was answered. Are you looking for info on how to use NSLOOKUP?

Here's a MS KB article:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/200525

Best, Greg
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Mar 4, 2010 - 07:45pm PT
Greg, thanks i'll check out the all option. It's probably set type=any as with the
Unix versions I have used.

Filtered web based.
http://www.domainwhitepages.com

I would be appreciative also if any of you have the US navy link
from http://www.navy.mil that gives instructions for setting up a
Windows NTFS system. Somebody stole all my work. These
days nobody there seems to know of the best instructions for
those systems.

Best regards,
BES

BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Mar 8, 2010 - 05:45pm PT
Thanks I'm going to get a CD though I have to deal with what
appears to be a cell phone breach with images first and without calling
customer support. I didn't really like what I saw with some of the
rc start up scripts with demo linux, so i'll check this. I did not really
have the time to check out demo linux fully and mainly I'm making the
opinion based upon just reading the shell codes.

However my win system is running beautifully now with numerous
"registry entries and keys removed" and along with this alleged
error message. :-)

/*Error message*/
Could not initialize the applications security component. The
most likely cause is problems with files in your application's
profile directory.Please check that this directory has no
read/write restrictions and your hard disk is not full or close to
full. It is recommended that you exit the application and fix
the problem. If you continue to use this session, you might
see incorrect application behavior when accessing security
features.
/*End of Error message*/

The directory has restrictions, the hard drive is not full or close
to full and I did not exit the application. I'm continuing to run
the session and I am seeing less irregularities with remote and
client side https socket connections.
BrendaPuff

Sport climber
Boulder, Co.
Mar 8, 2010 - 09:47pm PT
BES1'st you are SO F*#KING HOT with your science and computer talk!!!! Do you ever get out Boulder way? I have a van and desires parked at Neptunes.
WBraun

climber
Mar 8, 2010 - 09:48pm PT
LOL !!!!
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Mar 9, 2010 - 07:07am PT
If it's regards Woodson I'm going here the 18'th.
C:\>nslookup
*** Can't find server name for address 192.168.5.1: Non-existent domain
*** Default servers are not available
Default Server: UnKnown
Address: 192.168.5.1

> set type=any
> mathworks.com
Server: UnKnown
Address: 192.168.5.1

Non-authoritative answer:
mathworks.com internet address = 144.212.244.10
mathworks.com nameserver = ns2.mathworks.com
mathworks.com nameserver = ns.mathworks.com
mathworks.com nameserver = ns.uu.net
mathworks.com nameserver = ns3.mathworks.com

mathworks.com nameserver = ns.mathworks.com
mathworks.com nameserver = ns.uu.net
mathworks.com nameserver = ns2.mathworks.com
mathworks.com nameserver = ns3.mathworks.com
ns.uu.net internet address = 137.39.1.3
>exit

C:\>


My cousin lives in CO. but I have business here in CA. first.
Hot? I think I'm too old for those movies now though
my answer could also be different now.

WBruan,
Btw, above rf was edited to rc. It was a typo and as with the phone not a
pun.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Mar 9, 2010 - 08:14pm PT
WBraun,

http://besaw.webs.com/news/https.txt

http://search.cpan.org/~tomc/

I was looking for forward port by the above inside the Perl cookbook
I think 2'nd edition,though I only came across this.
http://search.oreilly.com/?q=forward+port&submit.x=17&submit.y=11&u1=q&DYM=forward%20port

It's probably easier to understand forward port and spawning of parralell
sockets and ports by also reading in the very large Python Book (not the
cookbook with or by guido). I am not certain about this pocket reference
as the previous mentioned is not and I thought it was the 4'th edition
also? Other guido hope this adds further clarity.
http://oreilly.com/catalog/9780596009250/

http://oreilly.com/catalog/9780596158095/

command line ssh is about the only not necessarily commercial grade client
to remote server file transfer I somewhat trust. I don't install those
other security (WEP or otherwise) keys on clients not to be confused with
large servers, and I am annonymous without them.

What I like about explicit programmers books are that I don't really need
non programmers reference books. Btw these are 2 out of 5 working
reference books I recommend.

BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Mar 10, 2010 - 09:27am PT
Best Uses
Expert
Intermediate

Missing Apple? Not helpful for Mac Users?
http://oreilly.com/catalog/9780596009250/#reviews

At OS 10 they introduced BSD to the public.
http://www.cs.yale.edu/homes/xiao/cs210/path.html

Also see 8.6
http://www.ee.surrey.ac.uk/Teaching/Unix/unix8.html



BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Mar 13, 2010 - 11:25am PT
WBraun, chris@supertopo.com (Requires MS Word.doc viewer)
http://besaw.webs.com/news/SoSWayport.doc

Why are these threads searchable in public google?

As we see here there is a discrepancy with Texas, and all of my
logins I have checked are CA. based ip's. WBraun also the street
scanned by you is showing to be 100's of miles away from the listed.

To Wayport,
If any persons from Wayport are reading, here are some intrusive
connections being rejected by I around these areas.

IHGWireless
The Crosby
Whale
Lady Blue
Truth

These rejections many times are causing lack of connection. The Crosby
last night I just caught piggy backing and making a change from a
established connection to theirs? I have 1 more of these also though I'm
not greater than 80% certain as I am with the just mentioned. Let me know
if I need to dump more at about $36.00 per hr.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Mar 20, 2010 - 11:34am PT
Largo I told socalbolter the number is subject to change again.
Just about verified!

http://besaw.webs.com/news/acksyn443chk1.txt

socalbolter i'll get back to you later this evening, hopefully
I can locate him.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Mar 24, 2010 - 06:50pm PT
WBruan and malemute,
I thought you would enjoy some of this. I'll let those others know of it.
I have permission to show the directories.

Thanks att Wayport and I assume you knew it was I. That WiFi QoS stuff
is definitely in question. Some parts of "it" do not make sense when
calculating the VonNuemann etc. cycles at level 2 (machine language) and
cpu speeds processing all data formats. Buffering is not Co-Sequential
processing, however see lecture 9 for that also. Lecture 9 did require MS
Power Point. Presumed wayport is not adjusting frequency?

/*Note this is a ftp link using www. Just copy and paste it to open it*/
ftp://www.sacbusiness.org/downloads/cs/HardingG/cs231/

There is trie tree I think in Lecture 14 and also noting a previous
proffessors binary tree years prior to Boeing receiving credit for it
noted within Lecture 14 or somewhere else within this semesters
directory. The three weeks to code a trie tree prior to Avi's at CPAN
was not coded from this one and again we did not have time in a
college semester to cover this data structure.

BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Mar 27, 2010 - 08:07am PT
Malemute,
thanks I just receivecd timely delivery of Knoppix 6.2.1 from OSDisc.com.
http://www.osdisc.com/cgi-bin/view.cgi/products/linux/knoppix/lcd_62.html

It was purchased with VISA online.

I noted to them I use a proprietary IEEE 802.11(n) device, and it probably
wont work with 1 USB port and lacking software just as it wont work on
Windows XP 3 pro. However unlike the NTSP system mentioned it
appears to be picking up RF throughput though it still won't connect with
this device? The configurable wifi is grayed out and won't allow apply?
Maybe due to the device? The simple network config is whats picking up
the RF though still nothing from IceWeasel? Also it seems to default to
class a addressing which is not the DHCP assigned nor the pre-assigned
DHCP addressing?


Perl seems to be working and I did also copy it to a USB though I have not
booted it from that yet, just the CD which boots fine. I may need to add a
server either a snippet of Perl code or apache to the USB which I have not
found yet with locate and I have not run find yet.

The default desktop photo looks like the Hannekam around Kitzbuhl but
it's cloudy so I can't really tell.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Mar 27, 2010 - 08:32am PT
Btw,
I need to correct myself. I am getting about 3 assigned class a addresses
unseen with ipconfig, ifconfig, arp and netstat, though remote environment
variables are reading it. I don't know yet what the network bit count is for that.
skipt

Mountain climber
Washington
Mar 27, 2010 - 08:33am PT
Sounds more like a block in your IP tables than anything else.

192.168.5.1 is normally assigned to a local wireless router and kind'a
rare.

If you have a router with a USB port that would be awesome. Even
if....highly unlikely.

I'll just give you my 2 cents (assuming this is your local home network)
If you are trying to add a local IP to a machine/computer in use on the
network use a sub member of the IP class: 192.168.1.0/*** instead.


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BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Mar 27, 2010 - 08:43am PT
Unlike demo linux it is not showing iptables settings with boot.
I have not run iptables yet.

C:\>ipconfig /all

Windows IP Configuration

Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : #######
Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . :
Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Hybrid
IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
WINS Proxy Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
DNS Suffix Search List. . . . . . : ########.#######.wayport.net

Ethernet adapter Wireless Network Connection 2:

Connection-specific DNS Suffix . : ########.#######.wayport.net
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : 802.11 USB Wireless LAN Adapter
Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : ##-##-##-##-##-##
Dhcp Enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : Yes
Autoconfiguration Enabled . . . . : Yes
IP Address. . . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.5.253/*What i'm way up there?*/
Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.5.1/*Its their gateway?*/
DHCP Server . . . . . . . . . . . : 98.##.###.###/*Class A, but also assigned another.*/
DNS Servers . . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.5.1
Primary WINS Server . . . . . . . : 192.168.5.1
Lease Obtained. . . . . . . . . . : Saturday, March 27, 2010 8:26:49 AM
Lease Expires . . . . . . . . . . : Saturday, March 27, 2010 9:26:49 AM

C:\>

Apparently besides the DHCP there are redirects for the dynamic addressing?
skipt

Mountain climber
Washington
Mar 27, 2010 - 08:47am PT
Dude,

Once again, try using a different IP class. You know....like the normal one.

Hook the router in question up to your Ethernet port (with nothing in between except your cable) and type the IP 192.168.1.1 into your browser and tell me if you don't see the router.

I suspect if done correctly you will see a challenge. If you see the router without a challenge change that setting immediately.

You always want your router to answer only to a local machine and always challenge you with a login and password.

We call this the basics.


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BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Mar 27, 2010 - 08:52am PT
Again there were no configurable options available. The simple config
picked up the RF "with assumed IPV4" and I am not certain if the infrastrucure
is also using IPV6. There is no visible IPV6 as we can see.

I'll try the linux later though I bought it mainly to check out the compilers
off-line when I have the time.
skipt

Mountain climber
Washington
Mar 27, 2010 - 08:56am PT
Try this instead:

Take all the technical terms you know of and then randomly sprinkle them throughout a post to the rest of us. To see if we might be able to help you.

Do I get this right?

My suggestion.

Therapy.

Then a basic networking course.


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BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Mar 27, 2010 - 07:32pm PT
eth0
eth1
eth2
.
.
.
etc.

I am not using eth0++. Windows XP pro 3 will not run this USB wifi device without the software. It appears the Knoppix may have the original
802.1x AEGIS protocol that goes with tcp/ip which is all that is needed for wifi. I don't currently use wires for my PC.

Using IEEE 802.11 routers I'm well aware of the numeric sequence of
assigned C class NAT in the 192.168.*.* private range also knowing that
this occurs with many home user Cisco models without using the software.
192.168.*.253 tells me I am probably #254 behind the firewall and this is
not a small home user network.

Besides a computer science major I had to take required electives besides
the CS. They were here. http://unix01.sac.edu/ and i'm not certain if the
site is still there. I'll let you know if the Knoppix Linux runs this device
without the software install though I still have doubts though I figured
out how to apply the grey areas and internally I know a lot of those keys
and protocols are not good or needed so I'm leary if Linux is going to
require some when XP with it's separate device software does not.



Ghost

climber
A long way from where I started
Mar 27, 2010 - 07:47pm PT
I'm voting Locker for President in 2012
I'm voting Locker for President in 2012
Credit: Ghost

skipt

Mountain climber
Washington
Mar 27, 2010 - 08:34pm PT
Windows XP pro 3 will not run this USB wifi device without the software

My suggestion ... Get the software.


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BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Mar 27, 2010 - 09:14pm PT
I have the software I'm posting here with a wifi connection and not a
phone. Please have respect for my research work.

I'll try the Linux again tomorrow and it does have a protocol that should
work but it seems to want a key created and there is no need for that on
this?

Title::Protocols and acronyms associated to wifi and ethernet usually also by
software.

Protocol acronym QoS(Quality of Service)

Protocol acronym WMM (WiFi Multi_media)

Protocol acronym WME (Wireless Multimedia Extensions)
also known as WMM (WiFi Multi_media)

Protocol acronym WPS (WiFi Protected Setup)

Protocol acronym PBC (Push Button Configuration)


Title::Relevant Web sites to the above protocols.

/*I am not using these on this client.*/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wireless_Multimedia_Extensions

/*This is currently suspect as a deliberate tort or criminal act.*/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UAPSD#cite_note-1

/*This seems to be quality reference.*/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IEEE_802.11e-2005#APSD

/*This one is very resourceful, and i am not using these on this client.*/
http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/WMM

/* I am not using this on this client.*/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CCKM

/*Notes some of the acronyms.*/
http://www.wi-fiplanet.com/news/article.php/3652651

Logic with QoS is not adding up. These others are also mathematically
questioned.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Apr 3, 2010 - 03:16pm PT
/*
skipt,
http://besaw.webs.com/news/linuxconnect.txt

http://besaw.webs.com/news/JavaScreenshot.png

Credit: BES1'st
*/

/*
Lynne Leichtfus check this out.
http://besaw.webs.com/news/bl1.png
*/
Lynne Leichtfuss

Sport climber
Will know soon
Apr 4, 2010 - 08:28pm PT
BES1st.....Thanks ! and yah, I have that pic. April 2008......just after my husband died I went to the climbers reunion in Joshua Tree with my daughter Amy. Remet JB there ...... the beginning of a nice friendship. John, along with others in the climbing community, helped me deal with processing grief. lynnie
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Apr 5, 2010 - 03:01pm PT
Lynne your welcome,
I wish I could have made it there, and I was serious about 10K
gold. I was at Kinkos and elsewhere noticing no Linux support, hence
the java above?

skipt and others,
I am more interested in these connection issues. Kinkos instructions
for windows is automatic as it is for MAC(BSD Unix)underneath. It
tells MAC users to activate these programs from their desktop after
remotely being placed there. Java should be solution for Linux though
I or others need to simplify it. Apology I did not get paid for this
the minimal 1-2 hrs. is my time and the images maybe clicked for enlarged
view.

See again the java example previously posted. Here is a simple presentation
of in order sequence needing to be simplified.

http://besaw.webs.com/news/Knoppix%20Linux/connect.htm

WBraun,
I heard you may use Linux if so do you think that command line
code alone will activate it? Also any other Linux users please
let me know so I don't waste too much time.
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Apr 5, 2010 - 04:42pm PT
What are you trying to do?
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Apr 6, 2010 - 01:39pm PT
I'm just checking out the system. I do nothing server wise until
fully checked out. I currently have no book for Linux and have
not used it in years. I also need a book while I make notes.

New notes:
http://besaw.webs.com/news/Knoppix%20Linux/ssh/connect.htm

The images as with the ones above maybe clicked to expand the view.
Roman

Trad climber
Bostonia
Apr 6, 2010 - 01:52pm PT
What the hell is up with you. Surely you realize that nothing you have posted makes a damn bit of sense...

"This one time at band camp I totally cd / && rm -rf * .* this hot chicks /dev/disk/c0d0s0p0 Man all the dudes were totally WEP'ing with jealousy so I called my boy javac up and told him that if he didnt get down here with the compiler toolchain quickly I was gonna go binutils all over these poor fools like I was UID 0! Soon enough he showed up with bison and totally kicked yacc's ass. Soon after we met up with ld who claimed some douch had called mv on some files in /lib, After that it was on and very clear a fight was gonna go down because some hacker ran tar all over /etc && called my friend Mario a WAP."

Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Apr 6, 2010 - 01:59pm PT
Depending on what you need, you can get by without a book.
You have man pages if you don't remember the particulars of a command.
There is a huge amount of info on the internet about all things Linux.
an example: http://support.suso.com/supki/SSH_Tutorial_for_Linux
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Apr 6, 2010 - 03:02pm PT
WPA these days is probably better than WEP.

I'm only looking at ssh due to connections showing with netstat
and all those built in servers. No need these days to even enter
a password for ssh, and i'm wondering if it links to those servers.
WBraun

climber
Apr 6, 2010 - 03:08pm PT
For ssh, I use winscp.

I was using ssh for 2 days now into ipod touch.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Apr 7, 2010 - 11:23am PT
WBraun
I don't know about ssh for ipod or phones though it seems ssh is a
feasible protocol for remote multimedia apps. Music, video players
etc.

I think many think it's command line FTP, however they have not read
the recent man pages.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Apr 8, 2010 - 04:41pm PT
Roman,
this was updated previously ending at [7].
http://besaw.webs.com/news/Knoppix%20Linux/ssh/connect.htm

Here root does chown and also does chown back.

Can root "always" chown back?
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Apr 10, 2010 - 02:40pm PT
Continuation from above. Again this maybe clicked and enlarged.

Mathworks Mcgroth? I'm going to the signal processing seminar this month.
I found a group but no driver and gcc is somewhat uncertain. No need to
discuss these permission octets. :-)

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Credit: BES1'st

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tar -xvf was my first choice though it gave errors 1 included saying there
should be no error?
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Apr 10, 2010 - 02:45pm PT
Step 9 implies you are not logged in as root; which is reinforced by the $ in step 1. Root usually has a # as a prompt.

Try the tar xvf as root.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Apr 10, 2010 - 02:52pm PT
I did with sudo and verification as root with su using tar?
Knoppix is different than Red Hat with login and passwords.
At least the knoppix I have is. I still need a book.

No time to go back now. I'm re-arranging the C. As far as I
know there is no Linux wifi driver for some companies USB devices.
It should be worth some money if I can get it to work, but it is a lot
of work.
skipt

Mountain climber
Washington
Apr 10, 2010 - 03:10pm PT
Knoppix is a small device Linux that does not have much support. If you are trying to port it to an embedded device its great. If your trying to run your desktop it is less than great.

If you are looking for a specific driver then look at the companies website and see what drivers they have. Odds are, as you are finding out, Knoppix is most likely not among them.

Really, Ubuntu has the most drivers out there because it is fast becoming the Linux of choice for the masses. Wifi drivers being among the most sought after.

I would start there.

My 2 cents.


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WBraun

climber
Apr 10, 2010 - 03:10pm PT
"Knoppix automatically logs you in as the restricted user "knoppix" -- not "root"! Therefore, you cannot perform functions that require root privileges, including many operations in the File Systems and User Account Management lab exercises."

"http://sonic.net/~garyb/Courses/Unix/KnoppixInstructions.html"

Scroll down to "Getting a Root Shell Command Prompt"
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Apr 10, 2010 - 03:28pm PT
WBraun,
I do not recommend dual boot systems. I used cfdisk and mkfs assigning
ext.2 for the format. It takes a lot of time though you know it's being
formatted close to a low level format. I then sliced the partions with
a somewhat different format.

Knoppix Gparted and or default install seems to default to a DOS file
system which Linux/Unix is not. Windows moved away from fdisk (I don't
know why?) and chkdsk I think predates fdisk though it is probably not
as complete.

Run cfdisk(Linux) with Knoppix instead of fdisk(MS DOS) and see how much
more complete it seems. cfdisk can be run and exited from easily even after
install. MSDOS reads sectors UNIX reads blocks. One of the reasons it was
more powerful than DOS with Windows.
WBraun

climber
Apr 10, 2010 - 03:34pm PT
Huh?

I was giving you information how to extract and install the driver with root privileges to get running, ..... not how to make a dual boot.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Apr 10, 2010 - 04:17pm PT
WBraun,
step 10 shows they are extracted. :-)

What are they taking UNIX classes for? .bat files?
We use shell language not dos.bat's over here.

In the past I had a lot of time on Red Hat this knoppix
is a bit different and it appears they are adding scripts
and small programs. Linux admittedly has been known in the
past for breaking UNIX rules. In college that is what we
checked and .bat files were kept to assembly language class
on windows machines in a different computer "science class".
Seems a lot history->"a"rts folks are writing C"S" books today
that are sold in the stores?

WBraun

climber
Apr 10, 2010 - 11:40pm PT
So now compile it ....
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Apr 10, 2010 - 11:45pm PT
It requires 5 code files that I see so far.

There are 2 other packages I am unsure about as pump
with ifup may do it with what I see so far. These 2 are
not part of this archive.

sfdisk -s will show partition blocks and is more complete than cfdisk.
Also see parted. All work with sectors prior to blocks.

All decompressed files were decompressed with tar in record
size of 8 blocks which is good. Enlarge 1st image to see.

WBraun,
btw, in OC next to where I bought a lap top is a small
business with just a couple employees. It is AEGIS Inc.
Roman

Trad climber
Bostonia
Apr 11, 2010 - 06:51am PT
Copy the tarballs into your home and half of this BS is avoided making the only privileged code to execute the `make install` as it writes to the system directories. something like this


cd ~
mkdir BUILDS; cd BUILDS
cp /mnt/medie/wireless-compat.tar.gz .
tar -xvzf wireless-compat.tar.gz
cd wireless-compat
./configure --with-desired-options
make
su
make install


That really should work for you without all this rando chown'ing of files just to get around directory perms....
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Apr 11, 2010 - 11:21am PT
Roman,
thanks for that, i'll try it but there is no driver only
a group inside that package? I had to take off the .tar.other.
Just .tar works fine.

WBraun,
here it is and i'm removing the above. Gary see blocks proceeding
sectors.

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Roman

Trad climber
Bostonia
Apr 11, 2010 - 11:34am PT
Hey BES

I'm happy to help you a bit. I used to port drivers from Linux to OpenBSD systems and I also used to write a driver here and there as well. You are def correct that there are chipsets that do not have working drivers. Sometimes the changes to existing drivers are as minimal as adding a #define and test for the chipset name (assuming it is a clone) and sometimes as dificult as getting a white paper for the chipset or *gack* reverse engineering one (NEVER FUN!).

Drivers in Linux are a special beast in that they are acutally parts of (or additions to) the kernel. All interface between the metal and the system must take place at a relatively low level in order for latency and inner-kernel communication to occur. When a person builds a custom kernel they specify various drivers and components to be built staticly into the kernel itself or built and loaded on demand as modules (man lsmod, insmod, rmmod). During the build process no elevated privilege is required. It is the writing/copying of the binary object files into the kernels module directories that require privilege.

As a sysadmin for over 12 years (uggggg :-\ ) I can tell you that figuring out how to do as much as possible as a regular user and only using su and sudo when needed can save you a lot of re-installing and headaches while you conquer the learning curve.

Anyway man email me and we can maybe talk a bit on IM and work through whatever problem you are having and it will probably be much easier than doing this on the taco.

Good luck! UNIX/*NIX really is worth it.

Peace,
Roman
Shack

Big Wall climber
Reno NV
Apr 11, 2010 - 12:24pm PT
This thread should have been titled, "Windows programmer has issues".
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Apr 12, 2010 - 11:13am PT
Hi Roman,
I thought of something cool with your script. I may post it later.
I did have that full package showing installed when running off of
a CD. The wifi device still did not work. I think there are 2 other
parts to it besides the group files within, noting I still don't see
a driver out of the 1/2 dozen or so that are linked to the groups.

Mainly for others -> teacher Gary && WBraun however you maybe interested.
Checking Unix processes with "ps prior to usage of top". (Recommended)
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This image2 displays fakekeyd running as a process after system startup.
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This image3 displays educated guesses seen by using the command ps aux and
has been further filtered for Gary's class decision.
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This image4 displays usage of the service command to check what services
the processes are possibly providing. The service command does not appear
to allow for filtering with grep with or without usage of "regular
expressions also filtering" with grep?
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Image5 displays all services given by service. ifupdown is a educated
guess of a service possibly associated to fakekeyd? Image6 showing network
manager(very likely) and set key are 2 other probabilities? Image7 shows
the final services. Also very likely associated to my wifif driver
questions is wpa-ifupdown. This latter I believe may provide better
solutions for normal users of wifi than does WEP, and may also be easier
for ISP's (public utility/communications/other entity etc.) to manage as
it may time out, so they don't need to manage, nor does the normal user?
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BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Apr 14, 2010 - 06:54pm PT
WBraun, Roman, Skipt, Gary etc.,
any ideas? It's not working on Linux.

http://besaw.webs.com/news/Knoppix%20Linux/Encore.txt

Posted on the internet are the 2 rtl errors as a working driver.
I compiled them and nuked them as they say. Prior to nuking I did
try them and they do not work. Not only that it appears they were
already installed by the CD. There are 2 other steps internally
dealing with registration and compiling that, however those 2 look
to already be installed?


skipt

Mountain climber
Washington
Apr 14, 2010 - 07:01pm PT
Werner charges $7,000 per pitch.

I am pretty close to that with computer work.

I charge a lot more when someone is incapable of asking a simple question.

Best, after much research I found that OS/2 is your only hope.

Go and get em'



Skip
dougs510

Social climber
down south
Apr 15, 2010 - 01:11am PT
well, to start with, your LAN.. 192.168.x.x is not going to propogate to the DNS servers. You have to registar a domain name (Godaddy.com, TZO.com, whatever) with the ip address coming into you access point... e.g. cable, dsl... whatever. as far as the DNS's are concerned, you don't exist. nslookup uses domain name servers to resolve ip addresses into domain names, so if it doesn't know anything about your (SERVER????) then don't expect domain name resolution on windows or linux on any other OS.

IT ain't gonna happen.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Apr 15, 2010 - 01:40pm PT
192.168.*.* is really not relevant to non static accounts
with classless addressing. Most eth0++ hardware devices assign
NAT without software. Read pg. 259 of the Linux system admin
book in regards to 802.11 and wifi. They admit they don't
know much.

wifi AdHoc is for normal users, wifi infrastructure is more
complex than knowing about a 192.*.*.* assignment.

Roman, it appears you get bored with this, but it's very practical.

root@Microknoppix:/compat-wireless-2.6.32.8#cd .tmp_versions
root@Microknoppix:/compat-wireless-2.6.32.8/.tmp_versions# chmod ug-s *.*
root@Microknoppix:/compat-wireless-2.6.32.8/.tmp_versions# rm -f *.*
root@Microknoppix:/compat-wireless-2.6.32.8/.tmp_versions#

Line1 changed into a directory with all the file permissions set with a
sticky bit. Root or superuser at this time could not apply changes to the
files.

Line2 removed the sticky bit "applied also to superuser root and group
root" and to all the files. The sticky bit was set by other than root I.

Line3 removed all the files in the directory after removing all the sticky
bits.

Line4 shows all went as planned. All files in the hidden directory were
deleted.

I was able to shutdown, restart and reset root password in Linux single
mode after being locked out of my system by a screensaver displaying a
fire with a password prompt in the middle of the fire. My system was
apparently set to passwords unknown by the screensaver and I?

Final notes here about changing the mode of octal permission bits.
applies no sticky bit nor user or group id#'s and applies read and
write permissions to user=6, group=6, all others=6.

<chmod 666 filename> does not account for the sticky bit. This is literal
or numeric mode being 4=read 2=write 1=execute. It's 4(read)+2(write) permissions.

<chmod ug-s filename> This is symbolic mode. user and group - sticky.

Symbolic links are internal system links usually pointed to by system
startup files. I was not dealing with these with the above problems.
Symbolic mode is not a symbolic link.

BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Apr 15, 2010 - 07:59pm PT
Here are the makes and uninstall. make dep and make clean seem
to have been deprecated after the 90's. The warning with -e or E
is probably the check for pre-existence prior to writing. I did
not write the make files lacking -E.

It appears a public member of a C struct is attempting to access a 802.11 C union or a OO private or protected class member within another code
file.

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BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Apr 16, 2010 - 10:58am PT
A driver for this I don't think is worth my time. I'm still checking.

ENLWI-G - Encore Electronics, Inc.... ENUWI-N - 802.11n Wireless USB Adapter,
ENUWI-N3 - 802.11n Wireless USB Adapter. Manual ENLWI-G Manual; Note: This
device does not support Linux.

http://www.encore-usa.com/us/support/ENUWI-N3

What started this was the driver being removed while at Starbucks
in Santa Ana on 4'th and Broadway while connected. This device
was purchased and registered by me for a XP system which is what
it was removed from by other than I.
Shack

Big Wall climber
Reno NV
Apr 16, 2010 - 07:57pm PT
Maybe your Wi-Fi card is bad.
Have you made it work on another system?
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Apr 17, 2010 - 03:24pm PT
WBraun,
for your inquisitive nature for specs.
http://besaw.webs.com/news/Knoppix%20Linux/wifi/systemspecs


Roman it's connected see driver in 3'rd image. Take note of the
encryption in image 2? This is contradictory to the manufactures
specs alleging WPA support. I still don't know if i'm reading this
internally from the device or getting it from a cell. If I get it
all synched for the browser, email etc. I may post a open shell
script. These images maybe enlarged by clicking for added clarity.

Note I have disabled ethernet in CMOS and the USB wifi device worked as such with Windows.
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BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Apr 17, 2010 - 03:31pm PT
Shack this should answer your question. Yes it worked with
XP pro SP3 after installing software. It would not work on XP
without the device software that comes with it.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Apr 19, 2010 - 04:44pm PT
Yesterday I went to Fry's electronics. There was a Knoppix book
published by I think Oreilly. *After reading a couple wireless
sections I decided these non business oriented hacks and plucks
are not for me. I immediately installed Red Hat Linux Enterprise
with a older Kernel. It's a great system showing no forced ioctrl
permission warnings that show with Knoppix. However a USB being shown
with dmesg | more is not mounted in/etc/fstab so the standard USB
apparently in the Kernel can not be mounted without the configurations
to fstab being manually edited which needs to be done anyways as a CD
is mounted read only regardless of it also writing. Also the older version
along with showing no forced configuration shows no error with startup or
shutdown and allows CMOS to do it's job (by my configs) by not killing the
generic PS2 3 button process for the proprietary 2 button 1 wheel Compaq
mouse upon shutdown.

I'm still using Knoppix as a bootable CD for cross comparisons and it
has more versions of disk partitioning software so I like it for that.
I am not blaming Klaus but that of what I consider perverted activities
is not I. Btw, knoppix running on CD does not mount Red Hat by itself via
the file manager, hence I trust knoppix itself a little more.

"->*apparent culture" caveats.
http://www.porcupine.org/forensics/tct.html

Taxonomy of Conflicts in Network Security Policiesby H Hamed - 2006 -
Cited by 34 - Related articles Policy conflicts may cause serious security
breaches and network .... security policies. Figure 3 shows the
organization of our taxonomy of these conflicts. ...
ieeexplore.ieee.org/iel5/35/33764/01607877.pdf

http://ieee.org/searchresults/index.html?cx=006539740418318249752%3Af2h38l7gvis&cof=FORID%3A11&qp=&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&q=Taxonomy+of+network+security+breaches&siteurl=ieee.org%2Findex.html#1005
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Apr 21, 2010 - 07:26pm PT
The ENUWI showing on the desktop is by autoload from a mounted CD ROM.
Will the MAC drivers inside ENUWI install and work on Linux with ARDI?
Dr. F or others experienced with ARDI install software?
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USB is showing throughout the OS though my storage disk is not mounting?
Any recommendations for fstab would be appreciated?
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Source Forge requests. I'll email you and possibly post your request
tomorrow. This includes all specs requested minus the numeric request
token.
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BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Apr 22, 2010 - 03:51pm PT
To: Sourceforge and Beastie copyright holder.
Regards:: http://besaw.webs.com/news/Knoppix%20Linux/ssh/BSD/sourceforge.txt

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BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Apr 22, 2010 - 05:44pm PT
Probably some of you have questions.

Q:
How are you sending these from a local host and copying and
tranferring the screen captures with no USB?

R:
Knoppix does mount Red Hat from CD and automatically configures
all USB including a external USB storage device upon boot, however
it's /proc/fstab I think is using binaries not supported by this
Red Hat so I still need to redo /proc/fstab on Red Hat. They are
being sent by other than knoppix and Red Hat at this time until
I get this wireless driver configured better.

/*Correction*/
Knoppix does mount Red Hat from CD.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Apr 24, 2010 - 02:30pm PT
Skipt,
"
*If you have a router with a USB port that would be awesome. Even
if....highly unlikely.

*If you are looking for a specific driver then look at the companies
website and see what drivers they have. Odds are, as you are finding
out, Knoppix is most likely not among them.
"

R:
*Linux is also a router.

R:
*Internally in the codes there is another compiler besides make.
There is driver code and there is group code. To compile with this
other it requires driver code files associated to the group code files.
Internally this wifi usb has group code associations but no driver
association as of just a couple weeks ago and what is listed by others
over the internet as a driver appears to be just group code files.

Regards::Wireless connection

I'm connecting to the RF(Radio frequency) using a java applet and AdHoc
topology.

Most simple user connections are connected to using AdHoc with DHCP. It
appears there is then a trade off with these simple non configurable user
DNS connections usually also using classless IP routing. It then usually
moves away from AdHoc into their larger infrastructure topology or
topologies which are showing a trade off from IPV4 to IPV6 and then back
to IPV4. I think IPV6 uses your MAC hardware address unlike classless ip
routing. These are not for humans hence I'm not for human recordings
of MAC and my opinion is any recording should be the manufacturers respon-
sibility to track as 1/2 the MAC id's them, and the other 1/2 just a
machine to another machine and I think that's how it's suppose to be.

Anyways after the connection establishing channel, frequencies,
crytpgraphic support etc. a interface does need to be built to extract
the much buereucratic confusion of assigned IPV4 and DNS via DHCP. The
interface should account for DHCP and simple manual configuration of DNS,
and yes private 192.168.0.1 does "sometimes" act as a gateway for your own
machine. It probably needs to consider IPV6 also due to the above noted.


I do not have a static ip assignement with this Starbucks and ATT wireless
account.

BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Apr 27, 2010 - 02:38pm PT
JuanDeFueca,
I think it was you who asked? The thread now seems blocked missing the
post? I need to know these first.

1. What OS? It's very relevant noting Knoppix Linux has a MyComputer.

2. Where would the back ups be going and to what type of medium?

I thought $40.00 is fair for a solution if it's a real question.

Roman, are you speaking of that sourceforge RPM for mirroring?

Btw, I just purchased a new USB other than Encore alleged to be Linux
supported. I'll try it out after this weeks appellate deadline and Mathworks
signal processing seminar.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Apr 28, 2010 - 10:44am PT
I need to keep tomorrow for emergency and to relax me more.
Please let them know I will not make it either to Irvine though
thank them for the invite.

I will be taking back the Linux wifi USB just purchased and
concentrating to see if I can get internal read back from
internal write from the Encore chip set. I use a older Kernel
2.4 that won't mount a USB storage-device without editing the
startup files. Then I can get internal read back which showed
the drivers it uses which the kernel has already loaded as
modules, so I maybe able to install the modules without
rebuilding the kernel. USB is scuzi technology for large
data storage so I still question it's association to wifi unlike
the cards noting I bought a new old one. :-)

I did see a model link demo in 2007 which I like for driver writers
simulation. Also I found out that the mathworks matlab simulink I
purchased from someone in Shanghai China was a online version
designed for on-line connected activity so I should be ok with whatever
it does offline. Nobody got NTSP S30 via this

Thanks again hope to see you at the next one.

B
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Have him read this.
http://www.supertopo.com/climbing/thread.php?topic_id=1107767&tn=67

I just purchased a new USB wifi alleged to support Linux. They are hard to
find these days. I'll try it after my brief is in and let you know. I'm probably going to buy a older pcmcia wifi card also.

I'm going to do my best to make Irvine and I wish I could go to San Diego
on your invite though the brief is priority.

Thanks,
B

    
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BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - May 3, 2010 - 04:09pm PT
I found this to be practical with Kernels under 2.6

For $1000.00 I will include a animated fstab, mtab and proc
lecture. It will also include isolation of a MSWindows
virus written in VB, with dos disk files sent to a newly created
dos partition within a existing Linux partition while I wipe out
their virus that won't allow disk writes. I will do this with both
the high quality, extremely powerful with terrible language, though
hackers choice sfdisk and also with a GUI partitioning program.

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Weld_it

Trad climber
Chatsworth
May 3, 2010 - 04:13pm PT
Step 3 is the only thing you have said in this entire post that makes any sense whatsoever. After reading this thread I am no longer even going to take an assprin for a headake after a long day of welding. Drugs are bad, mmmm,kay!
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - May 3, 2010 - 06:49pm PT
Drugs and technology do not mix.

I don't know much about welding, I'm a technologist.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - May 13, 2010 - 03:12pm PT
I'm not able at some places to arp and retrieve a remote ip and hardware
mac. I can only get the cell"s" without name translation. I need the remote
MAC addresses as pcmcia cards can't bridge, so the software (also windows)
is asking for their=ISP remote MAC address and not mine or yours. This
should be known along with the encryption.

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BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - May 13, 2010 - 04:37pm PT
find / -user root -perm -4000 -print

After a desktop lap top install with Red Hat Enterprise/Fedora Kernel
2.4 or any other Unix system I immediately run the above followed by
updatedb and then run the above again. It should not change and I run
it after every install and it has not changed yet. I have 29 root uid
and or gid changes from the install and its still the same. For $20.00
I will put this into a shell script that immediately emails any changes
and i'll include a cron job also. This find command is not in the Bible
book.

I've been to car dealers and motorcycle dealers lately. They are stocked
with about 10% new cars and motorcycles along with about 90% 2006-2007
new or almost new=mint vehicles. This 2003 Red Hat/Fedora system is far
more complete in many ways underneath than is the 2010 shrunken down
knoppix they just sent to me.
skipt

Mountain climber
Washington
May 13, 2010 - 04:44pm PT
Red Hat and Fedora for that matter is considered among the Cadillac
of Linux distros. There is little wonder why you would see a big
difference in the tools/programs/apps available to you compared to
knoppix. Which by the way is the distro of choice for embedded
developers. (Read: small footprint and close to the vest "proprietary
like" software tools.)


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BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - May 15, 2010 - 07:47pm PT
Ethereal install with another desktop install of this system being,
Red Hat Linux Enterprise 3/Fedora with the following Kernel.

[root@localhost root]# uname -r
2.4.22-1.2115.nptl
[root@localhost root]#

CD1
Installed 1'st with the following 2 in order.
net-snmp-5.0.9-2.i386.rpm


CD3
[root@localhost RPMS]# ls -l | grep ethereal
-rw-r--r-- 25 root root 3084862 Oct 28 2003 ethereal-0.9.13-4.1.i386.rpm
-rw-r--r-- 25 root root 2341550 Oct 28 2003 ethereal-gnome-0.9.13-4.1.i386.rpm
[root@localhost RPMS]#

Working now on a new USB wifi device and driver. It's factory CD with
tar not RPMS files compiled and appeared to install with 100's of syntax
warnings along with errors. It contained no names of the engineers presumed
to be also from China? the compat-wifi noted previously by Qualcomm a
respected protocol Corp. and their engineers contains the names of the
mainly Polish engineers. It did not throw errors and warnings of the
magnitude received by the new, and it did not appear to overwrite modules
or the kernel with any already installed components, nor does it mention
tweaking the kernel as some of comparible at sourceforge KM? Some of that
Portugese and Spaniard shell looked wild in the school version of Demo
Linux?


I showed this just to show what a failed install looks like, otherwise
they can be quiet without verbose and you don't know what went wrong.
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BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - May 15, 2010 - 08:04pm PT
I like the Gparted with Knoppix. I went to burn a back up for myself
from the command line. As soon as the image was made that I sent to
the hardrive Nautilus activated a Gui so I tried it. It did burn but
did not work. Neither did Gnomes burner. I think I have it figured
out and need to stay to the command line for both.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - May 16, 2010 - 02:03am PT
Here I used the find command that output to a file. updatedb is for cron
jobs and system cronology which can now be done with this command. I then
reopened the file with cat = concatenation. The floppy disk showing by
misconfiguration or scuzi emulation not yet taking place is not the now 29
defaults by install.

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I think Red Hat Linux 5 and 6 had about a 1/2 dozen, and Linux 9 had about a
dozen. I don't know about 7 or the others.

BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - May 16, 2010 - 02:21am PT
Skip,
I like the Knoppix sent to me. However it hangs on boot usually about
3-4 times on or off my hard drive? The network applet I like also. Red
Hat Inc. and Novell Inc. 2008? No mention of Fedora only Red Hat Inc. 2008?

A presumed Chinese engineer from the other wifi code just returned to Fry's
yesterday noted if the interface is not brought up by auto ipdown needs to
be invoked prior to ipup. I can read internally from other USB devices and
get the drivers from the buffered area that I have not dd if=in of=out to
so to destroy it. These others USB appear to be just antenna's with the
other parts embedded in the OS. Seems Hal is taking out a lot of IEEE
protocols from that returned device. I'm staying to a pcmcia card for now
as I don't need a upgrade nor new computer yet nor the office in knoppix.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - May 18, 2010 - 04:43pm PT
I was at Kinkos last night working on command line CD's. MRTG without
any netwrork connections, cables, antennas etc. was picking up RX and
TX? "I just installed" ethereal again to check it out to see if it's
the rj45, serial modem or pcmcia slots that have exposed metal? I don't
know if MRTG has rfkill as do the drivers for wifi devices, but when I
stop it and then restart it in red there is no more traffic?

MRTG I believe does do reverse name translations and there were none
so if it's not a system server or some other system process without
ethereal it just shows as possibly rf. I'll check again with ethereal
and I have not yet after the install. I did have a oriental install
software for a USB wifi device whom incorrectly installed it with the
device connected. The First time I connected I could not reconnect again
until I entered CMOS and cleared the numeric RFID (Radio Frequency
Identifier) warnings and I do have their international board id disabled
in CMOS.

Any others have ideas and experience with this? See previous post noting
a presumed engineer and what he says about down and then up. I'm not real
concerned about this unless I get other protocol readings.
EdBannister

Mountain climber
CA
May 18, 2010 - 04:54pm PT
Step 1:Use default trash can for all windows hardware.

Step 2: Go to Mac store.

simple.

a new iMac with two terrabytes of storage,
no clutter,
a 3 minute set up time from box to operational (I know you poor windows people don't believe me)
with movie editing, and i life
no issues with dreaded software invasion from the web
and no anti virus expense
for about 1500 bucks... are you kidding?

oh and by the way, they don't frreeeeeze crash or otherwise screw up 10% as often as a PC.

Throw the windows away, throw the whole computer away. it's slow
and it is from 1974.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - May 18, 2010 - 05:43pm PT
The system hardware looks to be high quality for 9 years ago
and is running only Red Hat though was running XP when the rfid
occurence happened. It's not a dual boot system now nor do I believe
its OS specific. There is equal packet counts both inbound and outbound
with the rx tx without protocol translations. Again I will check tonight
with ethereal.

If rf related which is presumed, it would probably be from what we refer
to with chip substrates as lack of pinch off voltage.

If you like apple fine it's also Unix underneath, and if you like windows
fine. Mathworks runs on all and some of us don't care what OS as long as it
runs correctly.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - May 20, 2010 - 11:28am PT
Amy, Bruce, Robert::These should be able to be enlarged.

I thought this program was another. It appears to run off some forms of
traceroute. This appears to be returning the "process grep traceroute."
#Hint here to beginner programmers about programming automated systems.

Credit: BES1'st

So I ran ps -aux without grep and found MTR running with different
MTR processes along with /sbin/traceroute. Here is what MTR looks
like running for about 1-2 minutes.

Credit: BES1'st

Last packet is usually 0 though gives a number about every 10 seconds.
The highest was 10 showing also as worst. Of note it counts packets without
a request to do so and again there are no network devices connected other
than the internals being a pcmcia slot, a USB female, a eth0 rj45 female,
a female serial with I think a internal modem, and a male serial connector.

I paused MTR which puts it in the red. Here is what it looks like.

Credit: BES1'st

I ran another ps -aux after the kill and "pause which appears signals kill
without zombies" as the previous processes where not showing in a new
terminal during the pause, so there was no stat "termination flags" "=T"
to be seen. Out of curiosity I may later direct command line ethereal to
127.0.0.1 with any associated port to see what protocols are associated
with MTR, however it appears at this time to be software entities of this
system and possibly not outside rf entering from lack of pinch off voltage,
hence 127.0.0.1 should suffice at this time.



BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Jun 17, 2010 - 10:09am PT
I recently performed a full install of Red Hat Enterprise/Fedora and ran another,
find / -user root -perm -4000 -print
which is basically a "Tripwire program that now appears deprecated".
*"I'll include these default set user and group id changes at the end of
this post noting they exceed the default lap top or desktop install".

I researched the previous mentioned packets being received and sent by the
graphical Traceroute. Here are the findings noting other is set to include
numerous trade secret protocols including various GPS, and other radio
frequency aka wireless protocols. As we see here there are none being
picked up and this appears normal for Traceroute just sending ICMP ping
request for review of perhaps pre-defined or questionable routes or
to see if another host is up and running, and this is all it should be doing.
Credit: BES1'st


I activated Traceroute prior to Ethereal, hence the packet difference
between the two,noting Ethereal is capturing both sent and received.
Traceroute has sent and received 95, while ethereal capturing in real
time has collected 68 packets in 34 seconds. Traceroute was set "to send
packets" in 1.00 second intervals. There is nothing showing other than the
ICMP protocol being sent and received by this machine , however I ran
another Ethereal check without Traceroute activated to verify this. Here
is Ethereal showing normal with no emissions from elsewhere.
Credit: BES1'st

*"Here are the default set user and group id changes with Red Hat Enterprise/Fedora approximate 2003 "kernel version", "2.4.22-1.2115.nptl" with a full system install of about 5.5 Gigabytes.
[root@localhost root]# find / -user root -perm -4000 -print
find: /proc/2229/fd/4: No such file or directory//Possibly something to do with old USB?
/usr/X11R6/bin/XFree86
/usr/sbin/usernetctl
/usr/sbin/userhelper
/usr/sbin/userisdnctl
/usr/sbin/suexec
/usr/sbin/amcheck
/usr/bin/chage
/usr/bin/gpasswd
/usr/bin/chfn
/usr/bin/chsh
/usr/bin/newgrp
/usr/bin/passwd
/usr/bin/rcp
/usr/bin/rlogin
/usr/bin/rsh
/usr/bin/at
/usr/bin/sudo
/usr/bin/crontab
/usr/bin/lppasswd
/usr/bin/desktop-create-kmenu
/usr/bin/kon
/usr/bin/newvc
/usr/bin/ncplogin
/usr/bin/ncpmap
/usr/bin/nwsfind
/usr/bin/suidperl
/usr/bin/sperl5.8.1
/usr/lib/amanda/dumper
/usr/lib/amanda/planner
/usr/lib/amanda/calcsize
/usr/lib/amanda/killpgrp
/usr/lib/amanda/rundump
/usr/lib/amanda/runtar
/usr/lib/news/bin/inndstart
/usr/lib/news/bin/startinnfeed
/usr/libexec/openssh/ssh-keysign
/bin/ping
/bin/ping6
/bin/traceroute6
/bin/mount
/bin/umount
/bin/su
/bin/traceroute
/sbin/pam_timestamp_check
/sbin/pwdb_chkpwd
/sbin/unix_chkpwd
[root@localhost root]#


BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Jun 17, 2010 - 10:22am PT
Hi Tony,
I thought more about Laches and also what you asked about my attorney status. Here it is.

I initiated a civil prosecution, the defendants then initiated a criminal
prosecution. I then became a valid attorney via a court process. A judge
agreed both cases were probably too much, (*An attorney who represents
himself has a fool for a client, is not valid.) so other counsel was
assigned. Without becoming an attorney I probably would never have
received the evidence to almost guarantee the civil prosecution of
them that they deserved. Prior to the trial date that adjudicated in my
favor against the criminal charges I told criminal counsel to remove my
attorney status with him and the court, and he said he did. He also told
me to continue with the civil prosecution during the remainder of the
criminal proceedings which I did for the next almost 4 years as a
pro per assuming I was no longer under attorney status. Applying the
verbal acts doctrine I don't believe I could be guilty of Laches and
unlike Chacon, in the People vs Chacon, there is no pre-intent from my
part, hence if the issue of Laches came up I may be able to raise the same
estoppel issue that did her in forever based upon the CA. Supreme Court
ruling. Anyways I hope I'm done with court and legal research to me is to
prevent court. A couple notes here.

I used Microsoft court templates. Through Word on-line (no public
Internet) I put in 2 key words and received these with 3 different
links consisting of 25, 28 or 32 lines, and they each had different
formats. However over the public Internet the same two keywords lead
to nowhere other than 100's of links without the 3 links which I spent
about 10 minutes searching for. As we see they also work just fine with
Linux.
photo not found
Missing photo ID#160701
photo not found
Missing photo ID#160702

In paper news I read Microsoft plans on removing the Internet from their
systems probably by the above methods of how I received these templates.
The news did not state persons names making this allegation they stated
only the name of the unreal public entity. Cities and counties are local
public entities under state and publicly traded companies (selling stock)
are public entities under state. Both have been defined as unreal entities
by the courts along with non public corporations. I have no comment other
than I am a real person like police other than a chief, and I am private
under state unlike the fore-mentioned entities. Police are public employees
though not local public entities, and private real persons such as myself
who pay or have paid taxes are public members.

Some open source types from GNU also respect proprietary software noting
it appears to be going the same direction as Microsoft's templates, though
I have read no such news about removing the public Internet from the Open
systems. Real screen capture example.
photo not found
Missing photo ID#160703
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Jun 17, 2010 - 10:40am PT
Tony, btw none of the above defined are US government entities.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Jun 17, 2010 - 10:44am PT
*Skipt I think the 2'nd is more what he/she was asking about?
This is mainly to them.
[root@localhost root]# dmesg | grep router
PCI: Using IRQ router PIIX/ICH [8086/7110] at 00:07.0
Linux IP multicast router 0.06 plus PIM-SM
[root@localhost root]#

A server or minimal install should be all you need and you don't need a
*$190.00, 900 mhz Pentium3, with 256 megs of RAM and 40 gig hard
drive such as this. *A new usb WiFi was included. A 200 mhz Pentium2
and 128 megs of RAM could suffice. Let me know if you want the system
with a book. It's $10.00 + mailing cost. The book I recommend for working
reference at levels 6(with other college at this level) to 7(this is lacking some
program usage instructions). The book is very comprehensive without being
a computer scientist or programmer and is also a valuable working reference
for us. To me this is the most complete and straightforward Linux system by
itself and more so than the newer ones today which try to implement Red
Terminal programs, hence requiring some old school Unix knowledge. The
Red Hat terminal programs such as chkconfig and service don't work with
options, arguments and or parameters to the commands, and it appears they
have added word options (some of these don't work) to these and other
commands in an attempt to replace 1 letter options, though the same commands
so far are complete and work with this 2003 Red Had system. *I am not certain
if multicast is specific to the set aside public ip addressing numbers in the 200+
multicast range? I ran $50.00 NAT routers on Red Hat and other Linux systems
without the Windows specific software and they provided NAT just fine in
sequence with other attached clients, and routed and or arp etc. can also be used
for routing. Also these are complete, however no wireless or otherwise ethernet
is attached at this time.
[root@localhost root]# iwlist
Usage: iwlist [interface] frequency
[interface] channel
[interface] ap
[interface] accesspoints
[interface] peers
[interface] bitrate
[interface] rate
[interface] encryption
[interface] key
[interface] power
[interface] txpower
[interface] retry
[interface] scanning
[root@localhost root]# iwconfig
lo no wireless extensions.

eth0 no wireless extensions.

[root@localhost root]# ifup
Usage: ifup
[root@localhost root]# ifdown
usage: ifdown
[root@localhost root]#



Ethernet is attached at this time and I am posting here on Red Hat/Fedora.
sling512

Trad climber
Chicago
Jun 17, 2010 - 11:12am PT
WTF is this tread? Is this even a real person? Why are you wasting space (in general)

-sling
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Jun 17, 2010 - 11:38am PT
I majored in college computer science and program. These were some issues.
I told you I am a real person. I don't waste time these post apparently are
not for you.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Jun 20, 2010 - 03:46pm PT
sling, just after receiving and replying to you I was live at a 6-7 lane
closure through cities. No city police with the escort, only state.

The semi traveling at about 5 mph had a bowed trailer. Behind it was a 4
wheel front end hydro loader too small to lift the 10'+ diameter device
with a US and S. Korean flag, however as it passed I noticed a man in the
loader and heard it running. It was pushing the 80000+ lb. load. I did not
see the "slings?" to lift this off the truck and I don't know the chemical
mixture for propellant. I live by a Boeing Missile plant where I assume this
was headed.

BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Jun 27, 2010 - 11:16am PT
The model image is viewing differently from my connection.
http://besaw.webs.com/art.htm

Is she clear without distortion from your connection?

The left side table of contents direct to showing only
that trip or trips content on my lap top monitor. On your
system do other trips show proceeding the Previous link?
http://besaw.webs.com/topos/index1.htm

I know it needs some more design.
skipt

Mountain climber
Washington
Jun 27, 2010 - 01:06pm PT
I majored in college computer science and program.

I guess if you want to be in the race horse business you need
a stable of thoroughbreds.

But always remember, if you don't put a jockey on top of them
they don't know which way to run around the track.


Skip
mdavid

Big Wall climber
CA, CO, TX
Jun 27, 2010 - 05:03pm PT
cygwin is the answer

http://www.cygwin.org/cygwin/
Jingy

Social climber
Nowhere
Jun 27, 2010 - 05:33pm PT
how out of the norm would this incident be from everyday life for the windows programmer?

LOL



good luck with that...

















or better... get a mac!
LOL

Cheers
mark miller

Social climber
Reno
Jun 27, 2010 - 06:35pm PT
Isn't "windows programmers" an oxymoron....
That system should have never been allowed to develop ( Kill the evil seed, demon child).....Go Apple...Go Unix.... go Red Hat....Shite go fortran or even Cobalt but Phuck the marketing Genius that stuffed his Kock down everyone's throat for 25 years....He can't donate his way out of hell and I can't wait to meet him there. But I'm Knott bitter.
The pieces of shite that retired early and made huge amounts of $ off an extremely, faulty operating system, that was forced upon us because of marketing ....Makes the Biblical story of Sodom and Gomorra look tame.
skipt

Mountain climber
Washington
Jun 27, 2010 - 06:56pm PT
 <br/>
Watch your mouth. I can turn you off in less than a minute.

Watch your mouth. I can turn you off in less than a minute.
Credit: skipt
mark miller

Social climber
Reno
Jun 27, 2010 - 07:00pm PT
Senator "Monopoly" is just a game...."I want to control the world"...
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Jun 29, 2010 - 11:03am PT
Skipt,
most algorithms in data structure classes past procedural C/C++ we spent
weeks working with. We also worked with the right hand algorithm which
never fails as do others when searching through per-se mazes or star
patterns. I am more into perfection now than speed. The book was not
part of our college curriculum.

The table of contents looks fairly ok on different size monitors.
I'm checking now. I do need to clean up the code some more for
the Konqueror browser.

I don't know much about cgi-win though I know of a cgi for POS machines.

Amy, Anastasia,
This looks similar to veggies work?
http://besaw.webs.com/images/aw2.jpg

The other was put back to normal yesterday.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Jun 29, 2010 - 11:24am PT
Regards other horses.

There were pack trains rented for portions of trip 5 and I believe
I saw one the first time on trip 4.

Beware I came across a terrible Boy Scout mess with bruised party
members and a critically injured horse who suffered prior to dying.
I always stayed to my feet backpacking and snowshoeing, and I only
road horses locally when my girlfriends asked to.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Jun 29, 2010 - 03:10pm PT
Anyways thank's for the advice i'll think about it some more.

It looks ok to me now on (14", 15" and 17" squares), and
(19-21" rectangles).

I need to take some time away now and think about the climber links.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Jun 29, 2010 - 04:15pm PT
AF,
before I left from here I had to make another adjustment for that
Konqueror browser. The climber table within the table of contents
viewed ok with Microsoft and Netscape Mozilla but not with Konqueror.
The size+3 fonts totally distorted the page in Konqueror. I just put
them to +1.
http://besaw.webs.com/topos/index1.htm

Btw, the last time I spoke to veggie in person was around 2006 and
he told me he left the cult of dead cows years before and after he
started that in the 90's. He and I at this time were in disagreement
about some networking protocols and I don't believe he was aware that
his CIPE VPN he wrote while setting up a large freight company network
appears now to be part of RedHat/Fedora 2003. I was not either at that
time.

BES
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Jul 1, 2010 - 07:01pm PT
To::Lynne Leichtfuss

Hi, Lynne I was going to start a in memory of thread, however I am
using a default Red Hat Inc. firewall configuration using ipv6crypt
and I am not allowing Blue Tooth file transfers. Tonight I am going
to re-write a firewall to try at this location and another.

Anyways if you like this photo,
http://besaw.webs.com/news/jbmemorial.png

you are more than welcome to post it. :-) thank's.
Lynne Leichtfuss

Trad climber
Will know soon
Jul 1, 2010 - 08:28pm PT
Thanks BES1'st,

July 5 will mark the first anniversary of John's death. Many of us miss him ..... mucho. Blessings to you for pulling up a picture of the stellar dude. John was a combination and dichotomy of an incredible human that was hardcore climber and friend, but helped people too. No way to put a label on him, just appreciate what he did well and forgive the rest. lynnie
Weld_it

Trad climber
Chatsworth
Jul 1, 2010 - 08:39pm PT
can you teach me Lingus?
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Jul 2, 2010 - 01:05am PT
Yes I do also Lynne. No need to re-write my firewall.
I checked my logs and mail. Maybe ST needs 256 bit
cipher compatibility?

"Lingus?" Maybe is it a private pun?
The user formerly known as stzzo

climber
Sneaking up behind you
Jul 2, 2010 - 01:51am PT
This has to be a troll...
SeanH

climber
San Carlos, CA
Jul 2, 2010 - 02:02am PT
I usually avoid clicking most of the OT stuff on here and various conspiracy theories/hippie mumbo jumbo threads. But, couldn't sleep and was just surfing trying to get tired, and gave in and clicked this.

Biggest mistake ever. I can't believe the amount of computer literacy in WBraun's posts. WTF! Yosemite hardmen/guys that free solo with boom boxes aren't supposed to know about computers. They're supposed to know about fingerjams, pitons, high top climbing shoes, hip belays, and insulting terms for sport climbers. Image semi-ruined.

(In case not obvious...joking, but as a person who sells out 8+ hours a day playing with the glowing screen for a living, there's comfort in thinking there are people out there that know little to nothing of these things. If I see Peter Croft come on here and tell someone how to create a new swap partition or setup raid5, I may have to quit climbing.)
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Jul 4, 2010 - 01:44pm PT
I'm busy with this.
http://besaw.webs.com

The Tahoe Yosemite Trail is currently missing one map. It should
be in by this Thursday. The one missing is one also in trip 4.

Where is Werner?
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Jul 7, 2010 - 01:14pm PT
I finally found wifi driver code compatible for a Encore USB wifi
device, however it belongs to another manufacturer. With this said
I thought that wine would be more feasible. I compiled the source
and received all the verbose output for almost 1 hr. Here is the
failure almost 1 hr. after starting to compile it. Take a close look.
Did it delete 2 or could a name change fix it? Also read past the image.
Credit: BES1'st

I am going to try to install the above again even though it would
not install as root and directed it to be in another account prior
to compiling and installing noting also it took away roots user and
group ownership of log files. There were also 2 setuid and setgid files
with permission changes. At this point you maybe asking why I would
try another install. I may answer this a little later.
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Jul 7, 2010 - 01:39pm PT
Your compile failed because saxreader.c could not find file libxml/SAX2.h
Do a locate on SAX2.h & then either copy it or fix the -I flags.
Your includes are fubar because each of 3 include directories are included twice.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Jul 7, 2010 - 02:12pm PT
Malemute,
Thank's that what I said. The fd (floppy disk) can't find
from find / -user root -perm -4000 -print has been eliminated
by re-partitioning with Knoppix using Gparted.

Around 2005 the Pentagon publicly announced security warnings
against the DOT and colleges in the US.

I know 2 city cops who I am on fairly good terms with. While in civil
court for 4 years I asked them if I could question them and they
let me do so. They also came to the conclusion that their previously
assumed to be state DMV records are not the state DMV. The ambiguous
records were US and not the clear ones from the state. Noting the 2'nd
entity above and following I am looking into time stamp and permission
changes with USB devices that could possibly cause this wine issue? I
have had issues on the same network in the same city also away from the
college.
JLP

Social climber
The internet
Jul 7, 2010 - 02:18pm PT
The REAL story of the 40 year old virgin continues...
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Jul 7, 2010 - 04:26pm PT
Photo of her? Looking for action(?), i'm single again.

Malemute,
I think the .o file is from the .c and is normal? No need to
re-partition and format at this time. I caught all the file
changes and put the user and group back without umask. However
usernethelper and a pam(password authentication module) file
don't appear to match the original install permissions so i'm
checking these further.

I think find / SAX2.h or find / .SAX2.h is more thourough than
locate though it takes longer.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Jul 12, 2010 - 02:29pm PT
These maybe enlarged to actual size.
Read this link first!
photo not found
Missing photo ID#163335

You won't understand these or the above unless you read the above link.
These are from vi.
Credit: BES1'st
Credit: BES1'st

Malemutes special link.
http://besaw.webs.com/news/wine/malemutespecial

Pricing for further discussion proceeding is noted within the links.
If you think that's too much keep to mind I had 26 weeks of required
college electives which were Unix. These went along with the rest of
the Computer Science majors. Most of this was not discussed or taught
in school.
photo not found
Missing photo ID#163338
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Jul 13, 2010 - 05:06pm PT
BJ,
admittedly some of this is past AS college CS majors and their
college Unix certification courses.
http://besaw.webs.com/news/wine/newswine.txt

I took out some ambiguous statements as there were changes just
before posting. I did not think I still had the original vi pastings,
though I did.

Please keep to mind the first paragraph courses are far beyond high
school and college English 101.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Jul 19, 2010 - 01:34pm PT
nutjob,
try out these 4 commands in sequential order.
$ mkdir -p a/sub/deeper a/sub2
$ touch a/f1 a/f2
$ touch a/sub/deeper/file
$ ls -gloRF --dired a

Hint the returned numeric values are "pairs" of the offset values
useful for additions, deletions, find, locate, lookups and sorts.

I just got finished with a dd if=/dev/zero of="" bs="" count=""
removing a extended=buffer'd windows partition surrounded by a Linux
swap. The system is running just great after wine without reformatting
the entire system and the swap issue is resolved. The issue was present
prior to the wine test.

BJ,
I forget if it was you or somebody else in that other map thread
who asked. I only sell those maps at my site and I would appreciate
if programming issues stay here in this thread.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Jul 21, 2010 - 01:04pm PT
nutjob,
this extracts the 5'th entry corresponding to the pair of offsets
252, 258.

$ ls -gloRF --dired a > out
$ dd bs=1 skip=252 count=6 < out 2 >/dev/null; echo

Were you saying that you had work for me?
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Jul 26, 2010 - 05:17pm PT
I still have not formatted my OS since the wine install.

Issues, we know the lpd xinetd script is one of the most common
remote holes into a system, that's not a issue and I checked
the script, tcp protocol the default for transport is still
disabled.
(1)All xinetd scripts in this xinetd directory are set to perm 644 except
the lpd which is set to perm 766. Is this normal from a Fedora install?

(2)All scripts in this directory show via ls -al in black, except
lpd which shows in green. After I do a unix2dos on a file it then
shows in green via ls, and after I do a dos2unix on a file it shows
the file in purple via ls. Do you think wine changed this file also?
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Jul 28, 2010 - 03:57pm PT
D,
Anyways, my system is running great again today and I am away from Starbuck's, public libraries and Kinkos cameras and without 4 post BIOS beeps yet today. However my default boot loader file is missing from the default install directory if their Bible book is correct, so I am left with the choice of using Linus Torvalds assembly language code to install another boot loader or re-install the Red Hat system or just keep checking away from the cameras. The original boot loader file if present should be able to be copied back to the boot directory, and then I would possibly only have to re-edit the config file(if at all),but it's missing according to their Bible book? Persons have converted or stole all of my Linux and Unix system administrators books so I can't cross reference internals there. The Bible books are not internal reference books nor suitable for academic material.

The multiple computer techs are not correct with their diagnosis requiring addition of hardware due to diagnosed hardware failure. Luckily I did not pay for their diagnosis nor parts.
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Jul 28, 2010 - 04:44pm PT
I think find / SAX2.h or find / .SAX2.h is more thourough than
locate though it takes longer.
True but not relevant. YOU should know where the include files are. If you don't, then you have to find/locate them. Then YOU have to tell the compiler where they are. If you don't know how to do that, then YOU need to do some reading. You need to figure out how compiler include directories are used.

I don't understand why you are trying to tell us stuff we've known for 20 years. You are a noob. Ask us questions; we'll answer them. But don't try to lecture us.
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Jul 28, 2010 - 05:01pm PT
a 2 minute search for SAX2.h via google yielded this patch:

http://forum.winehq.org/viewtopic.php?p=2134&sid=3bcd3af352d52dc6bc2382bfe49f2ba7
Jack Burns

climber
Jul 28, 2010 - 05:03pm PT
sudo apt-get install medication
tomtom

Social climber
Seattle, Wa
Jul 28, 2010 - 07:45pm PT
Get a Mac!

My Mac has been running continuously for almost 30 years without a reboot. Match that with a Micropenis product!

They never have problems. and when they do it the fault of 'Windoz'.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Aug 9, 2010 - 02:02pm PT
Duane, I have not fdisk'd, cfdisk'd, sfdisk'd, gparted nor reformatted
with mkfs dd etc. yet. When I get around to them I do enjoy many images,
sounds etc. and yes that photo of Greg Barnes is a great photo. I was
hoping he got back to me with a yes about climbing.

Anyways here is what's up and it's narrowed down now to battery issues
also noting what was presumed to be possible vandalism is not and it's
actually an internal part. Here is the link to read first.
http://besaw.webs.com/news/Knoppix%20Linux/processes

One of my USB storage disk is partitioned in two partitions.
Credit: BES1'st

I'm uploading on windows and that partition this windows system
can't find so I had to put these 2 images on the dos/windows
partition also.
photo not found
Missing photo ID#166180
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Aug 9, 2010 - 02:26pm PT
Here are the beep codes previously mentioned.
http://www.computerhope.com/beep.htm
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Aug 9, 2010 - 02:28pm PT
Malemute, thanks but no thank's. I have ruled wine out.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Aug 10, 2010 - 04:40pm PT
nutjob, check this out. See the 4? Theory?
Credit: BES1'st
I did not mount the USB and its not mounted.

Duane a link.
http://besaw.webs.com/news/Knoppix%20Linux/school
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Aug 10, 2010 - 05:06pm PT
nutjob, Duane I take these time issues seriously.
http://www.ima.umn.edu/~arnold/disasters/patriot.html

Malemute,
http://www.ima.umn.edu/~arnold/disasters/patriot.html. Apparently this procedure was not followed, causing the Patriot missile to misfire.
http://faculty.kutztown.edu/rieksts/112/text/html/chap6.html

SAXH I think I remember as being procedural C.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Aug 10, 2010 - 05:13pm PT
Malemute
SAXH I think I remember as being procedural C, however that should not
be a problem. I'm looking at a data type in a struct? It's for
partitioning. I have no idea what the data type is nor have I ran it
through sizeof() yet. I'll let you know when I do.

I don't care if you link these over there.
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Aug 10, 2010 - 06:31pm PT
Malemute, thanks but no thank's. I have ruled wine out.
Can't say I disagree.

Malemute,
http://www.ima.umn.edu/~arnold/disasters/patriot.html. Apparently this procedure was not followed, causing the Patriot missile to misfire.
http://faculty.kutztown.edu/rieksts/112/text/html/chap6.html
I have no interest in some random junk off the net.

Malemute
SAXH I think I remember as being procedural C, however that should not
be a problem. I'm looking at a data type in a struct? It's for
partitioning. I have no idea what the data type is nor have I ran it through sizeof() yet.
You said you ruled wine out, so what's with the SAXH stuff? Regardless, if you don't state your goal, why should I care what lurching steps you take to get there?

I'll let you know when I do.
Not interested.

I don't care if you link these over there.
Trust me, I won't; regardless of what these are & where there is.

This is the kind of post I don't get. You are either lecturing to people who aren't slightly interested, or you are pretending to have a conversation. What gives?
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Aug 11, 2010 - 04:10pm PT
A couple of these issues bring to mind the Satanic ways of the tortoise
discussed throughout this book (A pulitzer prize winner).
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G%C3%B6del,_Escher,_Bach

Also this song comes to mind.
http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/eagles/hotelcalifornia.html

I have not heard from any Eagles member though through hearsay (of course not always accurate) that the spirit of 1969 is in reference to Philospher Antoine La Vey whom started the church of Satan in 1969.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Aug 11, 2010 - 04:21pm PT
malemute, I have been generous financially and other ways when I was
financially able to do so. I don't give anything anymore. Btw, that
register stuff does appear to be junk when comparing with this book.
http://besaw.webs.com

However this book with a 98-99 copyright notes prior to the physics
formulas that the simulations are still being performed with a Pentium
166 and Windows 3.11. Why do think this is?

anyuta, I never practiced yoga however past judo and Lima Lama and during
Tae kwondo prior to boxing I did take Aikido. I was amazed that two 15
year olds(I was 1) could barely pick this old master off the ground when
he killed his mind, however when he fought or should I say struggled he
was no problem lifting off the ground.

In the mountains I practiced what they referred to as the Whittaker weaze.
See if you can find out what it is.
The user formerly known as stzzo

Social climber
Aug 11, 2010 - 08:35pm PT
With regard to wine, I'm enjoying Zinfandels these days.
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Aug 11, 2010 - 09:39pm PT
Calgary has some wonderful ice climbing, but Vancouver Island has excellent sea kayaking.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Aug 12, 2010 - 03:30pm PT
stzzzo,
Glad you are. I had 1 beer about 2 weeks and enjoyed it.

Malemute,
hope your having fun and sounds great. The garbage(?)could be RAID. His
polynomials all calq correctly. Around 2004 I was using Excel 97 in a
machine language class. The built in scientific and engineering functions
don't calculate all patterns correctly so the usage of polynomials
are a must. At this time these worked ^*, however I tried a polynomial
in a google spread sheet last year and they did not work. Douglas I noticed
at that time had changed these ^* and the divisor is being used.
kev

climber
A pile of dirt.
Aug 12, 2010 - 04:37pm PT
Around 2004 I was using Excel 97 in a
machine language class

Anyone care to comment on the complete nonsense of that statement?
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Aug 12, 2010 - 06:21pm PT
there's an old programmer's saying:
Garbage In, Garbage Out
Roman

Trad climber
Bostonia
Aug 12, 2010 - 07:18pm PT
I really can't tell what is more odd. The nature of this dude who is trolling or the fact that there are this many *NIX literate and apparently even C programming literate ppl on supertopo.....

I guess similar ppl like similar things. (In reference to that fact that I know both C and UNIX very well).

Wade Icey

Trad climber
www.alohashirtrescue.com
Aug 12, 2010 - 07:53pm PT
photo not found
Missing photo ID#164383
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Aug 30, 2010 - 06:15pm PT
Sure, i'll comment.
We used his book.
http://www.cslab.pepperdine.edu/warford/

At the time pep7 was used pep8 was not yet available, and
I prefer coding in hex rather than binary. Designing bit
patterns was discussed in this previous edition.
Computer Systems, Fourth Edition, Jones & Bartlett Publishers, 2010

Excel works good for bit pattern design without the functions using
polynomials for checking. I just use polynomials in the cells. Try this
10.25 and this -10.25. What's the binary numbers using IEEE world excepted
floating point standard in comparison to MS Mantissa and the MS hextobin
and bintohex functions output? Then try a few larger patterns including
the sign, significant and operand bits combined.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Aug 30, 2010 - 06:26pm PT
Btw,
malemute Wine maybe ok for kids games though I don't play games.
It's hard to say if a successful install would have put permissions
back. Due to the changes I can't recommend it for court systems,
banking systems, or any other networked accounting or other critical
system.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Aug 30, 2010 - 06:36pm PT
A couple more MS functions to try. dectobin, bintodec, hextodec and dectohex.

Also the world standard I mentioned is for use in scientific and
engineering hand held calculators, though I think some computer
systems may use it also.
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Aug 30, 2010 - 07:29pm PT
I prefer coding in hex rather than binary
That's amusing. I haven't done anything serious in hex since 1976. Hex might maybe, possibly, slightly be useful nowadays if you are writing a compiler or embedded code. For 99.999% of us, the extra speed is not worth the maintenance hassle.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Aug 31, 2010 - 01:17pm PT
malemute,
I assume there is very little to do at that level unless
of a change. Around 2005 I was coding some simple algebra
formulas in assembly language. I attempted assignment to
c. It could not be used. I checked up above (level 6) here,
http://cgi-lib.berkeley.edu/2.18/cgi-lib.pl.txt

and I see C is now c.
# Convert %XX from hex numbers to alphanumeric
$key =~ s/%([A-Fa-f0-9]{2})/pack("c",hex($1))/ge;
$val =~ s/%([A-Fa-f0-9]{2})/pack("c",hex($1))/ge;

I don't have any book in front of me now, though I think
it mentioned 5 DOS partitions with fdisk? I only see 4
with sfdisk -f and 4 is what I know about. Perhaps this
is what somebody is referring to by garbage in garbage
out?
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Aug 31, 2010 - 01:51pm PT
malemute, possibly something to keep to mind.

Somebody once said to me that if you ask someone what language some code
is coded in (including all scripting languages) and they answer machine,
they can't be incorrect. Of course machine code is different than machine
language.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Aug 31, 2010 - 02:35pm PT
In case anyone is interested in this. I checked a bunch of Linux forums,
with Dennis Ritchie and others lurking around. I came across AIEE Kernel
panic on my system before it crashed booting noting fatal error.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Institute_of_Electrical_Engineers

I noticed Dennis noted he coded fatal error into Unix years ago.
I took out my back up battery for a few days and reinserted it
though the system time was gone along with all other CMOS settings.
I think it's just a $10.00 fix at this time with the small battery
and the back up is still fine. The small battery is now 9 years old.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Dec 17, 2010 - 01:59pm PT
jogill if you send to that address requested, please confirm
that it was sent via the email address linked here, noting it's
the same as the one the request was sent from.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Dec 18, 2010 - 11:35am PT
jogill thank's I got it. I have not yet checked gmail today.
In the event you have not, please send a direct email to my
gmail account from either that alias you sent from or your
domain name email. I need to know if it responds by automated
processing as it should.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Dec 18, 2010 - 01:49pm PT
Largo, I would appreciate a email "tst();" is fine from a normal
computer account (aol is fine). I need to know if 94bes1962@gmail.com
responded with a automated response to the email.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Dec 18, 2010 - 04:13pm PT
Piton Ron, autoresponse to you was confirmed. Email to phone
was confirmed by jogill. The autoresponse is still not considered
to be reliable and I don't think at this point it's a gmail malfunction.

I'm also concerned about phone servers even with some of their support
verification. It does not make sense to me with standard SMTP, though
there appears to be some GPS ESMTP, however the current guess is
blockage from firewall chain/table/rules to incoming port 25 which
they have listed as a channel within the phone? In physics I don't
consider computer ports relevant nor related to channels as such.
khanom

Trad climber
The Dessert
Dec 18, 2010 - 04:20pm PT
That is some far out trip man.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Dec 18, 2010 - 04:24pm PT
khanom,
GPS was usually taken around 29000'. I have a 2005 IEEE document
discussing ESMTP related to GPS. If interested I can check it's
license for distribution which is usually allowed for a small
sum. Sattellites to bounce signals are further out.
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Dec 18, 2010 - 05:41pm PT
Khanom,
GPS ήταν συνήθως γύρω στο 29000. Έχω ένα έγγραφο 2005 IEEE
συζητώντας ESMTP που σχετίζονται με το GPS. Αν ενδιαφέρεστε μπορώ να ελέγχουν ότι είναι
άδεια για τη διανομή η οποία είναι συνήθως τα περιθώρια για μια μικρή
άθροισμα. Sattellites να αναπηδήσει σήματα είναι πιο μακριά.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Dec 18, 2010 - 06:10pm PT
jogill, I'm still wondering about m?

I don't think some like the autoresponders and they probably have
some mailbombing issue which I thought was not much of concern anymore
as is maybe DDOS attacks requiring rerouting.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Jan 12, 2011 - 04:27pm PT
socalbolter it's up again.
ftp://www.sacbusiness.org/downloads/cs/HardingG/cs231/Lecture-14-ExtendibleHashing/


Bryce <94bes1962@gmail.com> Sun, Jan 9, 2011 at 6:43 PM
To: harding_glen@sac.edu
Reply | Reply to all | Forward | Print | Delete | Show original
Is this 1'st link still up? The other 2 are somewhat relevant,
especially with find().
http://www.supertopo.com/climbing/thread.php?topic_id=1107767&tn=16

http://www.supertopo.com/climbing/thread.php?topic_id=1107767&tn=116

http://www.supertopo.com/climbing/thread.php?topic_id=1107767&tn=117

BES1'st

climber
USA
Topic Author's Reply - Apr 19, 2011 - 01:31pm PT
To J.Stanley Warford or others.

Link.
http://www.cslab.pepperdine.edu/warford/cosc330/index.html
Reference?::Setup for Java with NetBeans

I was finally able to download jdk-6u24-windows-i586 from
the actual server without receiving the file from edgesuite
a known past FBI server cluster. I was unable to receive the
NetBeans without interference from edgesuite?

If the FBI or edgesuite does not have permission from either
Sun or the NetBeans distributor or a signed order from a judge
against a group (this case would be a very large group) the FBI
or edgesuite appears to be violating law and committing a criminal
act. The FBI may not vex, harass or annoy pursuant to USC.

Has anybody been able to download the NetBeans or the above
listed without connection interference from edgesuite?
Weld_it

Trad climber
Chatsworth
Apr 19, 2011 - 01:38pm PT
FACT: NETBEANS DOWNLOAD WILL BRING THE FBI TO YOUR HOUSE FOR TOTAL RADNESS!!!!!88
skipt

Mountain climber
Washington
Apr 19, 2011 - 01:59pm PT
edgesuite = Akamai

it is used to speed up downloads.


Skip

EDIT: Weld-it nails it. I downloaded netbeans 3 times last week and the FBI came each time. They even brought pizza.
Weld_it

Trad climber
Chatsworth
Apr 19, 2011 - 02:10pm PT
FACT: WORD TO YOUR MOTHER BRA
rectorsquid

climber
Lake Tahoe
Apr 19, 2011 - 03:28pm PT
Has anybody been able to download the NetBeans or the above
listed without connection interference from edgesuite?

No. Edgesuite is a tool used by a large number of sites to manage or mirror content. Why is it a problem if edgesuite is accessed when you download netbeans?

Internet "documentation" does show that the FBI uses edgesuite to somehow manage or mirror their website(s). It is not clear if edgesuite is turning over non-FBI related traffic information to the FBI since that would be FBI-confidential or secret information. It does not seem at all reasonable to think that the FBI are monitoring netbeans downloads in order to track your activities on the internet. They would be much better served by using a packet sniffer although the using of Kinkos wifi must be your way of reducing the probability of this situation. Was that Kinkos you mentioned a while back? I find that restarting my DSL modem is a good way to give me a new IP address when needed although my IP address does show up as part of the same IP address chunk that is allotted to my ISP. Still, my location shows as being 30 miles away based on my IP address so I should be safe.

I guess I am not adept at avoiding FBI surveillance although I think the FBI would be better off getting a court order and sticking a bug in my physical location instead of trying a bunch of web hacks to get at me, if I were a person of concern in the first place.




kev

climber
A pile of dirt.
Apr 19, 2011 - 04:15pm PT
BRAH, NETBEANS IS THE FBI - DUH!
BES1'st

climber
USA
Topic Author's Reply - Apr 19, 2011 - 04:43pm PT
This is from factory purchased Linux disk, no download.
http://besaw.webs.com/news/JavaScreenshot.png

Does java in Fedora/Red Hat Ent. come with NetBeans?

"Why is it a problem if edgesuite is accessed when you download netbeans?"

Penal Codes.
499c., 502.
http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/cgi-bin/displaycode?section=pen&group=00001-01000&file=484-502.9

Penal Codes.
629.50
http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/cgi-bin/displaycode?section=pen&group=00001-01000&file=629.50-629.98

Like I said I finally downloaded the previous mentioned from the
originating server which was not edgesuite and likewise NetBeans
download started from a originating server which was not edgesuite.
Following the above code is invasion of privacy and again the FBI
nor anybody else may not vex, harass or annoy pursuant to US law
under USC. Also around 2003 I wrote my own byte code compiler while
spending about $3000.00 of my own time with paid travel. I was a sole
proprietor in my final CS semester and a slave to nobody. I also paid
for my own college.

What year did they come out with NetBeans?
BES1'st

climber
USA
Topic Author's Reply - Apr 19, 2011 - 05:21pm PT
It's the FBI's? I don't think so.

Likewise my byte code compiler could be an infrigment
though I did not know around 2003 when I wrote it.

Gosling is credited for Java. I knew that back around 1995.
There is another only 1 guy I know of that wrote the java
compiler. I think both were at Sun then.

http://netbeans.org/about/history.html
khanom

Trad climber
The Dessert
Apr 19, 2011 - 05:38pm PT
Net...brains?
BES1'st

climber
USA
Topic Author's Reply - Apr 20, 2011 - 05:54pm PT
No.
I have a cell phone probably manufactured around 2005 when
there were more cell phones than humans on earth. It was
just purchased new. It boots to a companies greetings and then
defaults to a large companies software, noting there services
are blocked. This did not become a concern until call forwarding,
call waiting and 3 way calling were unavailable and I checked the
servers via a text message. The servers all belong to the large
company, however javamail shows first with a acronym that traced
to the US Army about 2 months ago. It now traces to nothing. I
assume they could be using gettree() in java with the XML designed
for cell phones. It differs a bit from computer XML however jogill
*the doc I sent you and posted I believe is standard between the 2.

Because of laws I know I believe its more prudent for me to switch
to a larger phone company that is running off their own servers.
There maybe no breach noting these days misappropriation is lawfully
tried under UTSA (Universal Trade Secret Act) via state court. Most
all infrigements are nothing other than misappropriation hence not
always requiring the USPTO or a patent attorney.

*That document is a real international copyright ISSN -> International
Standardized Serial Number. They usually may not be made public without
penalty.
BES1'st

climber
USA
Topic Author's Reply - Sep 5, 2011 - 09:19pm PT
Anybody seen this yet on a regular basis?

photo not found
Missing photo ID#216127
photo not found
Missing photo ID#216128

Its a 70+ user system all within Bluetooth range. I suspect they maybe
forcing Bluetooth usage and I have seen them with MAC address data base
software. Video player and audio on most if not all systems is blocked
and software for 1 device was or still is the only option showing.
BES1'st

climber
USA
Topic Author's Reply - Sep 28, 2011 - 10:38am PT
//From my phone after all counters were set to zero.
//Billing rate::$00.01 per 5KB, its not a unlimited account.

/*Accidental activation of Att Mobile Care. The service was not used and
attempt to close it was made within 2-3 seconds. I shut the phone off as
it refused to close. Browser account was deactivated, Multimedia account
was deativated. Voicemail service center number remained along with text
message service center number though neither are local.*/
Call Information:
Type GPRS
Nature of Call Local
Number Called -
Calling Number 17144704148
Call Date 09/27/2011
Call Time 08:24:04 PM
Timezone US/Mountain
Call Duration 0min 18sec
Total Amount -$0.04
Service Used -
Unit(s) Charged -
Call Location None

//From my phone counter
Last Sent Data 2.369 KB
Last Received Data 2.936
Total Sent Data 2.369
Total Received Data 2.936


//FaceBook
Call Information:
Type GPRS
Nature of Call Local
Number Called -
Calling Number 17144704148
Call Date 09/26/2011
Call Time 09:40:45 PM
Timezone US/Mountain
Call Duration 1min 42sec
Total Amount -$0.21
Service Used -
Unit(s) Charged -
Call Location None

//From my phone counter
Last Sent Data 9.342 KB
Last Received Data 12.404 KB
Total Sent Data 9.342 KB
Total Received Data 12.404 KB



photo not found
Missing photo ID#218834
BES1'st

climber
USA
Topic Author's Reply - Sep 28, 2011 - 02:30pm PT
To att, as we know the service noted above is not charged. So far I
can't see by civil law that its applicable to civil law. It appears
to me by CA. law that its a crime. I received this in a att free message
just prior.

http://www.att.com/gen/public-affairs?pid=20107

Applying a case which I believe is Kearney vs. Solomon, Smith and Barney
the above in my opinion maybe able to be avoided by att wireless and their
purchased LA companies regardless of what it is and I don't know yet.
Its probably not relevant to the inner technologies.

Your support has noted not to use that which I now don't as the keys
without java with phone xml pages work fine and are faster still at
no cost.
BES1'st

climber
USA
Topic Author's Reply - Sep 29, 2011 - 10:03am PT
To mjd@plover,
I was going to place some of this into Largos Feyman thread but I saw your
note yesterday.

1.There is no Yahoo toolbar?
photo not found
Missing photo ID#219019
photo not found
Missing photo ID#219020

The ip was present after I closed a left open yahoo account and reconfigured this browser also deleting everything. I did not flush the routes. Here are my settings.
photo not found
Missing photo ID#219021
photo not found
Missing photo ID#219022
photo not found
Missing photo ID#219023
photo not found
Missing photo ID#219024

I was taking a look at some things I did away with on my side to send to
her telling her its ok to leave anything or take away anything on her side
that she pleases. I saved a screen shot to the desktop which disappeared.
I then did a dir *string* /s
photo not found
Missing photo ID#219025

I recopied after the disappearance and then made another
copy and then moved it to the desktop.
photo not found
Missing photo ID#219026

This is what was apparently stolen or?
photo not found
Missing photo ID#219027

beeMP3 music players are not taking setting changes, nor is facebook with
some but it seems to be more than just Microsofts browser.
BES1'st

climber
USA
Topic Author's Reply - Sep 30, 2011 - 09:39am PT
Anastasia they gave me permission into the user directory.

photo not found
Missing photo ID#219201

mjd@plover its not yahoo.

Anastasia I dont care if I jail or execute school authorites or
others there if they are committing breaches.
BES1'st

climber
USA
Topic Author's Reply - Oct 2, 2011 - 09:15pm PT
Anastasia writ of execution as I know is not avalaible under limited
nor unlimited civil jurisdictional courts in CA. I think its only
available under the small claims act. As you can read its imperative
to get them early into jail or under small claims which is not available
if discovery is needed.

att somebody while I was speaking to them apparently was taping our
conversation without my knowing and without my permission past Friday
evening. *After dark I received a alert of voicemail I tried to login
and the password did not work. The number was set to a 7 digit default
which timed out after I received the non authorized transmission. After
timing out it refused to take another 10 digit password. Saturday I spoke
to CM who said only 4 were allowed. I was incorrect in telling her and
possibly another girl the book states more, however the prompt says
four minimum, again the default was 7 and it filtered a 10 digit
entry truncating it to the last 4 on Saturday. Tonight I was finally
able to put back in a reasonable amount of digits. While I apologize
for stating the book specified more (I had not read it in a month)
I don't apologize for using the word sh*t. Apparently this maybe related
to a forward problem within sister companies which I noticed tonight
was working.
The user formerly known as stzzo

Social climber
Oct 2, 2011 - 10:29pm PT
Definitely.

I would say so, yes. But only occasionally.
Weld_it

Trad climber
Chatsworth
Oct 3, 2011 - 07:56am PT
FACT: LINE 55 OF YOURE CODE IS POLUTTED BRA. RECONFIG ASAP
TKingsbury

Trad climber
MT
Oct 3, 2011 - 08:29am PT
BES1'st

climber
USA
Topic Author's Reply - Oct 3, 2011 - 06:51pm PT
Weld_it, what code?
The phone problem had the internet accounts closed off. My screen
takes a sentinel value proceeding the password entry prior to the
signal processing so I know what password was sent.

att, who told CM that or did she herself say that?
BES1'st

climber
USA
Topic Author's Reply - Nov 15, 2012 - 07:23pm PT
Malemute im probably going to order knoppix again or
download it.

http://mirrors.kernel.org/knoppix/README

http://mirrors.kernel.org/knoppix/qemu-0.8.1-windows-README.txt

http://mirrors.kernel.org/knoppix/


The bootable CD for $4.00 was very good. The books sold in Fry's USA I
didn't like because content actions within are illegal here in CA. but I don't need those books.

Sasha Grey note,
It has good legal functions and I did rid illegal Windows
viruses without further contributing to criminal enterprise
software deliberately designed.


CA. PC 30-33
http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/cgi-bin/displaycode?section=pen&group=00001-01000&file=30-33

Viruses I believe are also a felony. CA. PC 502(b)(10)

Let me know if I should remove the wireless stuff? It appears it
was already fixed, but the network java applet used on att/Starbucks
connection in OC CA USA only outputted Chinese or Korean characters
so I couldn't determine nodes ad hoc, managed etc.? No problem with
eth# wired connections.
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Nov 15, 2012 - 09:08pm PT
Since BES1'st emailed me, and it's coherent, I'm going to answer here (I'll never give him my email addy)

Bryce, I use Knoppix as a boot/recovery/debug disk, but I install Debian because it is a bigger distribution. Ubuntu is based on Debian & is very popular. I don't think you can go wrong with any of the main distributions though.
Gary

Social climber
Right outside of Delacroix
Nov 15, 2012 - 09:43pm PT
OpenBSD
B_E_S

climber
Feb 3, 2013 - 03:02pm PT
crock it installed visual C++? The data base would start but I could not
create a table as the message said missing JRE. Which JRE from the
following link should I use for this?
1.1Ghz CPU
256MB RAM
12GB Hard Drive
XP Pro SP 3

http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jre-6u25-download-346243.html

*Im going to check the spreadsheet program for polynomial change. Excel
was this ^ and calc'd perfectly where as some other later online open
spreadsheets didn't.

Reference polynomial within Patriot Missile Disaster. Exponent operator
was replaced by division operator though I haven't looked yet. However
they both work the same.

http://www.ima.umn.edu/~arnold/disasters/

I do not think this question fits in the Unix thread.

B_E_S

climber
Feb 3, 2013 - 06:40pm PT
crock Visual C++ may have been from Chrome. I tried it around the
same time. I also unistalled Chrome as there are too many names
at gmail that match mine, and for years I was 1 in a few million.
Another words my name is not that common.

Now since uninstalling Chrome I can log in but can't access the messages.
I've asked them to remove the account with Chrome due to the questionable
names along with any other accounts using my name if it's not their name.
kunlun_shan

Mountain climber
SF, CA
Feb 3, 2013 - 10:00pm PT
B_E_S, what are you doing wasting your time with windoze, when you have BSD? Too much time on your hands? Optimize!!
weezy

climber
Feb 3, 2013 - 10:06pm PT
can we just ban this fucking nutcase already?

jesus christ.
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Feb 3, 2013 - 10:22pm PT
I also uninstalled Chrome as there are too many names at gmail that match mine
classic case of cause & effect ;-)
B_E_S

climber
Feb 4, 2013 - 06:13am PT
what are you doing wasting your time with windoze, when you have BSD? Too much time on your hands? Optimize!!

It's a stack from Canada after a Berkely CA start and its not the same
including with mount that uses "mount -a -t" and then t negates
types. This is not available with their version, "mount -t auto".
Its a waste of time to continue building until I have Kernel
rebuilding documentation based upon their man for fdformat even
though fdformat did format a boot floppy perfectly prior to the
boot floppy changing format after dd, which dd will correctly do
with block device copies. The rebuilding needed is shown just
after post with the boot ROM reoutput using dmesg | more.

classic case of cause & effect ;-)
What cause?
B_E_S

climber
Feb 5, 2013 - 08:01am PT
I now have kernel documentation. I may not need to rebuild it.

This BSD/XP lap top does not show this block device with windows.
/dev/fd0c

Reference man fdc, noting c is listed as Japanese geometry and this
lap top is a import from the south pacific. There does not seem to be a
problem with location of a second device type of this type which could
necessitate the need for a kernel rebuild.

Even though the device itself seems to be a 1.2 meg floppy drive(Japanese
Standard) instead of 1.4 meg(US IBM standard)BSD is able to operate with
the device and 1.44 meg floppies. XP(DOS) sometimes fails using the
format command and it will only do a quick format of the disk which is
not reliable. Format of a 1.4 meg floppy takes about 1 minute if not more
using fdformat on this pentium 3, not 2 seconds or less as with XP quick
format.
B_E_S

climber
Feb 6, 2013 - 03:19pm PT
I had a user disappear from a XP registry. The user can be found
but it's folder is 0 bytes used 0 bytes available and inside My Documents
folder is unavailable even in DOS. attrib shows no attributes and the
admin account cant access My Documents folder for this user. The user is
the registered name for the system though registration was not yet done
remotely with Microsoft. Away from BSD fdisk which does not show what BSD
Disklabel does is a unused partition. Is this normal and is the unused
partition for this user and registration or 1 or the other?

Please let me know if not normal I think I may be able to access that directory file system and umask any others powers.

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