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B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Original Post - Dec 31, 2012 - 02:19pm PT
Credit: B_E_S
I just ordered Open BSD from Colorado. Should I buy a
external hard drive for BSD or make a dual boot system?
Would this protocol that processes at up 400% faster
than the fastest ethernet connection require the forbidden
Kernel change from years ago allegedly ordered not to be
changed by the courts?

/

Was this ruling based upon Patent law or Copywrite or something
else? Has the case had a valid order for disclosure to publication?
If so with the second question please give the annotated authority
reference look up(s).
murcy

Gym climber
sanfrancisco
Dec 31, 2012 - 02:32pm PT
Good question. I'd go for one with the top-load bobbin unless you're going to be playing a lot of baroque pieces.
Jon Beck

Trad climber
Oceanside
Dec 31, 2012 - 02:42pm PT
The standard GENERIC OpenBSD kernel, as maintained by the project, is strongly recommended for universal use, and customized kernels are not supported by the project, in line with the philosophy that 'attempts to customize or "optimize" the kernel causes more problems than they solve.'

ya looking for problems?

BSD is open source code, why would there be an IP issue?
JEleazarian

Trad climber
Fresno CA
Dec 31, 2012 - 03:24pm PT
Good question. I'd go for one with the top-load bobbin unless you're going to be playing a lot of baroque pieces.

Now that's a response to ring in the new year!

John
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Dec 31, 2012 - 03:29pm PT
You need an eShredder.
Ghost

climber
A long way from where I started
Dec 31, 2012 - 03:38pm PT
I think this may help

zBrown

Ice climber
chingadero de chula vista
Dec 31, 2012 - 03:57pm PT
I'd say when your

packets sent = packets received = 0

you have reached equilibrium


healyje

Trad climber
Portland, Oregon
Dec 31, 2012 - 04:10pm PT
You might want to consider kernel updates to the lithium, Abilify, and Xanax drivers.
justthemaid

climber
Jim Henson's Basement
Dec 31, 2012 - 04:42pm PT
English translation please?

The Hungarian phrasebook vid was helpful, but I need farther clarification. ;)
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Dec 31, 2012 - 05:03pm PT
Ghost seems more to be for hooking up video cameras to a personal
system or for fast data transfer to/from external hard drives etc.
I don't think it's flash related and I deleted flash. Im not
certain either if its used for infrared.

zBrown cable limits seem to be about 100 mbits slower. I assume
400 is max for the protocol.

justthemaid it may not work with Open BSD or equivalents if kernel
clock speed needs to be readjusted? I really want to read about the
case. KM wants about $2000.00 for the Kernel readjusting specs though
I think there maybe a $40.00 timed out version?
Ed Hartouni

Trad climber
Livermore, CA
Dec 31, 2012 - 05:23pm PT
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BSD_UNIX

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

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USL_v._BSDi

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SCO-Linux_controversies

http://cm.bell-labs.com/cm/cs/who/dmr/bsdi/bsdisuit.html

http://www.levenez.com/unix/

The user formerly known as stzzo

climber
Sneaking up behind you
Dec 31, 2012 - 07:41pm PT
I'd use Ubuntu.

And dual-boot. External HD would be too slow.
Jim Brennan

Trad climber
Vancouver Canada
Dec 31, 2012 - 08:51pm PT
Try the original internet:


You will have to talk to their lawyers and know that they play rough...
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Jan 1, 2013 - 07:25am PT
Ed thanks but I think there maybe another case after that and it
deals with an order about Kernel tuning if its not the same case.
Im more interested in the tuning ruling or rulings allegedly
prohibiting a certain adjustment though numerous other adjustments
I think maybe done. What kernel configuration may not be configured?
justthemaid

climber
Jim Henson's Basement
Jan 1, 2013 - 07:59am PT
A disciple of another sect once came to Drescher as he was eating his morning meal. "I would like to give you this personality test," said the outsider, "because I want you to be happy." Drescher took the paper that was offered him and put it into the toaster: "I wish the toaster to be happy, too."
TwistedCrank

climber
Dingleberry Gulch, Ideeho
Jan 1, 2013 - 08:15am PT
Just type sudo rm -r / and enter the password. Basically this just tells the shell that your nipples are tingling with delight.
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Jan 1, 2013 - 08:22am PT
This place seems to have computer people regardless of whether they are
climbers. The main purpose for the BSD purchase is that I need a office
suit. This system just came with the OS and Office is too much.

Hardman Knott

Gym climber
Muir Woods National Monument, Mill Valley, Ca
Jan 1, 2013 - 08:51am PT
Credit: Hardman Knott
Ed Hartouni

Trad climber
Livermore, CA
Jan 1, 2013 - 09:35am PT
the BSD article in Wiki has two places where "kernel tuning" but the legal issues seemed to be about names rather than any tuning issues.

what years are you interested in? this bullshit has been going on for ever....

you probably need an attorney to deal with this, not a techie, since your concerns over legal actions have more to do with various companies defending their putative "copy rights" than with any real issues with the operating system.


http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/tech-news/sco-loses-major-court-ruling-in-unix-lawsuit/997

http://aplawrence.com/Lawsuit/

http://www.zdnet.com/blog/open-source/sco-is-dead-sco-unix-lives-on/8685

http://www.zdnet.com/blog/btl/another-nail-in-scos-linux-lawsuit-coffin/5925

http://www.groklaw.net/
http://www.groklaw.net/staticpages/index.php?page=20070810205256644
http://www.groklaw.net/staticpages/index.php?page=20080803065719599


http://www.nytimes.com/2007/08/11/technology/11novell.html

http://wraltechwire.com/business/tech_wire/opinion/blogpost/7826766/

http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2010/06/scowned-no-new-trial-novell-can-shut-down-ibm-lawsuit/

http://www.ericgoldman.org/Articles/scovunix.pdf




CONCLUSION

For the reasons stated above, the court concludes that Novell is the owner of the UNIX and UnixWare copyrights. Therefore, SCO's First Claim for Relief for slander of title and Third Claim for Relief for specific performance are dismissed, as are the copyright ownership portions of SCO's Fifth Claim for Relief for unfair competition and Second Claim for Relief for breach of the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing. The court denies SCO's cross-motion for summary judgment on its own slander of title, breach of contract, and unfair competition claims, and on Novell's slander of title claim. Accordingly, Novell's slander of title claim is still at issue.

The court also concludes that, to the extent that SCO has a copyright to enforce, SCO can simultaneously pursue both a copyright infringement claim and a breach of contract claim based on the non-compete restrictions in the license back of the Licensed Technology under APA and the TLA. The court further concludes that there has not been a change of control that released the non-compete restrictions of the license, and the non-compete restrictions of the license are not void under California law. Accordingly, Novell's motion for summary judgment on SCO's non-compete claim in its Second Claim for breach of contract and Fifth Claim for Relief for unfair competition is granted to the extent that SCO's claims require ownership of the UNIX and UnixWare copyrights, and denied in all other regards.

Furthermore, the court concludes, as a matter of law, that the only reasonable interpretation of the term "SVRX License" in the APA is all licenses related to the SVRX products listed in Item VI of Schedule 1.1(a) to the APA. Therefore, Novell is entitled to a declaration of rights under its Fourth Claim for Relief that it was and is entitled, at its sole discretion, to direct SCO to waive its claims against IBM and Sequent, and SCO is obligated to recognize Novell's waiver of SCO's claims against IBM and Sequent. Accordingly, Novell's motion for partial summary judgment on its Fourth Claim for Relief for declaratory judgment is granted, and SCO's cross-motion for summary judgment on Novell's Fourth Claim for Relief is denied.

Finally, the court concludes, as a matter of law, that the only reasonably interpretation of all SVRX Licenses includes no temporal restriction of SVRX Licenses existing at the time of the APA. The court further concludes that because a portion of SCO's 2003 Sun and Microsoft Agreements indisputably licenses SVRX products listed under Item VI of Schedule 1.1(a) to the APA, even if only incidental to a license for UnixWare, SCO is obligated under the APA to account for and pass through to Novell the appropriate portion relating to the license of SVRX products. Because SCO failed to do so, it breached its fiduciary duty to Novell under the APA and is liable for conversion.

The court, however, is precluded from granting a constructive trust with respect to the payments SCO received under the 2003 Sun and Microsoft Agreements because there is a question of fact as to the appropriate amount of SVRX Royalties SCO owes to Novell based on the portion of SVRX products contained in each agreement. Furthermore, because Novell has obtained the information that it would otherwise obtain through an accounting during the course of this litigation, the court denies Novell's Ninth Claim for Relief for an accounting. However, the court also notes that SCO has a continuing contractual obligation to comply with the accounting and reporting requirements set forth in the APA.

Accordingly, Novell's Motion for Partial Summary Judgment or Preliminary Injunction [Docket No. 147] is GRANTED IN PART AND DENIED IN PART; SCO's Cross-Motion for Summary Judgment or Partial Summary Judgment on Novell's Third, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth and Ninth Counterclaims [Docket No. 180] is GRANTED IN PART AND DENIED IN PART; Novell's Motion for Partial Summary Judgment on its Fourth Claim [Docket No. 171] is GRANTED; SCO's Cross-Motion for Partial Summary Judgment on Novell's Fourth Claim [Docket No. 224] is DENIED; SCO's Motion for Partial Summary Judgment on its First, Second, and Fifth Claims and Novell's First Claim [Docket No. 258] is DENIED; Novell's Motion for Partial Summary Judgment on Copyright Ownership of SCO's Second Claim for Breach of Contract and Fifth Claim for Unfair Competition [Docket No. 271] is GRANTED; Novell's Motion for Partial Summary Judgment on SCO's Non-Compete Claims in its Second and Fifth Claims [Docket No. 273] is GRANTED IN PART AND DENIED IN PART; Novell's Motion for Summary Judgment on SCO's First Claim for Slander of Title and Third Claim for Specific Performance [Docket No. 275] is GRANTED; and Novell's Motion for Summary Judgment on SCO's First Claim for Slander of Title for Failure to Establish Special Damages [Docket No. 277] is MOOT.

DATED this 10th day of August, 2007.

BY THE COURT:

__
DALE A. KIMBALL, United States District Judge
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Jan 1, 2013 - 11:16am PT
Credit: B_E_S

twistedcrank ls -pci is much shorter than the above but its
not yet available for hardware in the loop determination.
matlab command ans=fi(pi) gave easier to read word sizes
with hardware in the loop but the design boards and chips
for AMD Intel and other test were expensive.

Referencing above and noting ive been all through the devices.
I can't find any Texas Instruments? I may take out IEEE 1394
though im not certain yet.

I got this system used. It has 2 admin accounts and im trying
to get it to 1. Look below the blue outlines and you can see
duplicates?

Ed at freebsd there is a book along the title of Linux Jail
from inside BSD. Brandon I don't have KM's email anymore and I
couldn't find it at freebsd otherwise I would have emailed
him to ask about this.
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Jan 1, 2013 - 05:09pm PT
Ed I did not see that posted prior to the previous. Thanks for
the ammendment it makes sense as to what the issues of law are
and some facts are about. College waived a beginning computer science
class major in exchange for Novell which was required for a
programming major that was changed to computer science.

OC Superior Court uses Novell and Apache Tomcat.

The largest tech judgement around that time against Microsoft
for over 200 million seemed to be more about how to overinflate
human word output with XML than it does about computer science
or electrical engineering. Im still wondering what the 1(?) alleged
forbidden kernel change is with BSD?
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Jan 1, 2013 - 05:47pm PT
Why are you asking this here? First, it was driving records and legal stuff. Now, it's computer info that would be best answered on another forum.
Maybe cause his posts would be mocked on a forum where people are computer savvy.
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Jan 1, 2013 - 08:42pm PT
I don't think so, again if had KM's email I would just ask
if IEEE 1394 and firewire is compatible without Kernel change
and ask where he put what im asking for.

But then again maybe I would by those who use that word.
Those others were different topics.
weezy

climber
Jan 1, 2013 - 09:00pm PT
B_E_S: the abstract expressionist of Supertopo.

For when Norwegian just isn't cutting it for your nethermost surrealist compulsions.
Hardman Knott

Gym climber
Muir Woods National Monument, Mill Valley, Ca
Jan 1, 2013 - 09:08pm PT
Credit: Hardman Knott
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Jan 3, 2013 - 08:40pm PT
Looks like Perry above?
Gary

Social climber
Right outside of Delacroix
Jan 3, 2013 - 09:42pm PT
There are no legal issues with BSD. They did get rid of the demon though.
Ghost

climber
A long way from where I started
Jan 3, 2013 - 09:59pm PT
They did get rid of the demon though.

An exorcism?
healyje

Trad climber
Portland, Oregon
Jan 4, 2013 - 03:01am PT
http://www.freebsd.org/releases/4.8R/hardware-i386.html
Gary

Social climber
Right outside of Delacroix
Jan 4, 2013 - 05:30am PT
An exorcism?

No, some Christian nut jobs thought their mascot was the devil, and not just the nerd pun he was.

B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Jan 6, 2013 - 10:47am PT
Beastie is not a devil as maybe interpreted by Bible folks.


(libdv) is a software codec for DV video, the encoding format used by most
digital camcorders, typically those that support the IEEE 1394.

http://www.openbsd.org/4.6_packages/mips64/libdv-0.104p4.tgz-long.html

My questions about IEEE 1394 have been answered, however the question
about a BSD kernel option not being able to be changed has not been
answered or not clearly answered.




Hardman Knott

Gym climber
Muir Woods National Monument, Mill Valley, Ca
Jan 6, 2013 - 11:21am PT
Credit: Hardman Knott
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Jan 17, 2013 - 07:56pm PT
I took out OpenBsd, fdisk'd and formatted 1/2 the hard drive
using it for NTFS file system. Its probably LBA but im not
certain yet. The other 1/2 is unused. XP is running awesome
now without questions. I used the default install originally
for OpenBsd and there is no boot loader unlike Linux.

Should I have used the whole disk creating a extended partiton
using disk label with NTFS to make it easier to make a dual boot?

Where can I get Open Office? See attached.
http://www.openbsd.org/4.5_packages/i386/openoffice-i18n-sv-2.4.2.tgz-contents.html

Credit: B_E_S

Credit: B_E_S







Gary

Social climber
Right outside of Delacroix
Jan 17, 2013 - 08:09pm PT
Just download the tarball and compile. I'd only use TWM with that, for sure.
zBrown

Ice climber
chingadero de chula vista
Jan 17, 2013 - 08:35pm PT
GD-2.0 is a known component of the so-called FBI virus.

Call Edgar J. Hoover and take two in the morning.


B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Jan 18, 2013 - 04:25pm PT
Gary where can I get that tar ball? Both ftp sites are down.
Credit: B_E_S

Im on my way to get floppies. OpenBsd here is up.
Credit: B_E_S

The dual boot I think is figured out.

TwistedCrank

climber
Dingleberry Gulch, Ideeho
Jan 18, 2013 - 04:47pm PT
Just double-click the fukk out of it. You'll be just fine.
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Jan 18, 2013 - 08:40pm PT
Gary, the CD set list *1 as i386, 2 as amd and 3 as sun sparc.
*This was the only 1 used for the 1'st install.

Cd1 is lacking of the ports collection which by reading says
is suppose to be there, however cd 3 has files outside of
the sun directory :-). I have no book my Unix Administrator
books were taken as was my FreeBSD set with book. I just found
the ports on CD 3 so I assume everything I need is there.

If anybody buys OpenBsd the CD's are high quality unlike
cd's sold in books, but the books are seperate and there
are very few instructions with the CD set.
weezy

climber
Jan 18, 2013 - 11:09pm PT
this is like if David Lynch made a supertopo thread. i keep waiting for some scary hobo to pop out from behind the dumpster.
tonesfrommars

Trad climber
California
Jan 19, 2013 - 12:04am PT
Dude, you are being ridiculous. Jump on IRC if you want actual help with BSD.
If, on the other hand, you just want to spray and spout formidable tech-speak... Well, carry on then.
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Jan 19, 2013 - 04:46pm PT
I need to know if the current ports collection http://openbsd.org/52.html on these Cd's or the download are compatible with this system.

1.1 Ghz Pentium3 CPU
256 MB RAM
12 GB Hardrive, 1/2 is Windows XP Pro.

Im mainly interested in a office suite and I need to make a decision
by either tomorrow or Monday about a RAM upgrade if needed or purchase
of more cheap Fedora CD's. And please let me know what office suite is
recommended as I have not unarchived the source files yet.

TwistedCrank

climber
Dingleberry Gulch, Ideeho
Jan 19, 2013 - 05:27pm PT
Have you given any consideration to Scientology?
zBrown

Ice climber
chingadero de chula vista
Jan 19, 2013 - 07:06pm PT
It's all in the kernel.

Peek and you will see
Poke and you'll get yourself in trouble

but read this

"Lisp: Good News. Bad News. How to Win Big", by Richard P. Gabriel
especially the "Worse is Better" section.

or take a short cut

http://computer-programming-forum.com/23-functional/6e46ab127bef49a6.htm

fear

Ice climber
hartford, ct
Jan 19, 2013 - 07:16pm PT
You guys realize this is just an a bot right?

i.e. Not a real person posting...
zBrown

Ice climber
chingadero de chula vista
Jan 19, 2013 - 07:24pm PT
if memory serves, then it must be time for garbage collection
crock

Trad climber
The Windiest Mountain, Wyoming
Jan 19, 2013 - 08:01pm PT
Whatever happened to the AI program Eugene Miya?

Now you know.
fear

Ice climber
hartford, ct
Jan 19, 2013 - 08:08pm PT
Can't Chris Mac just delete that ID?
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Jan 19, 2013 - 08:16pm PT
^^ you mean all 8 of them?


if memory serves, then it must be time for garbage collection
best post on this thread. It's an inside joke, but extremely appropriate.
jogill

climber
Colorado
Jan 19, 2013 - 08:39pm PT
This is one weird thread.


;>\
zBrown

Ice climber
chingadero de chula vista
Jan 19, 2013 - 08:55pm PT
it's about computer programming, what do you expect
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Jan 19, 2013 - 09:11pm PT
It's about someone pretending to be a computer programmer.
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Jan 22, 2013 - 06:56am PT
My question about OpenBSD 5.2 RAM requirement for the ports has
not been answered.

I wrote this on paper prior to typing the document. It's not the
complete verbatim output and it won't print screen at this point.
Im using the fdisk within OpenBSD and the Shell option for the
install.

Does the Extended LBA look right, noting the numbers are exact from
the output? Is this what they are referring to as partition overlap?

http://besaw.webs.com/tech/fdisk.rtf

Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Jan 23, 2013 - 06:50am PT
Work has been proceeding in order to bring perfection to the crudely conceived idea of a machine that would not only supply inverse reactive current for use in unilateral phase detractors, but would also be capable of automatically synchronizing cardinal grammeters. Such a machine is the "Turbo-Encabulator."

The original machine had a base-plate of prefabulated amulite, surmounted by a malleable logarithmic casing in such a way that the two spurving bearings were in a direct line with the pentametric fan. The main winding was of the normal lotus-o-delta type placed in panendermic semi-boloid slots in the stator, every seventh conductor being connected by a nonreversible trem'e pipe to the differential girdlespring on the 'up' end of the grammeters.
Forty-one manestically spaced grouting brushes were arranged to feed into the rotor slipstream a mixture of high S-value phenylhydrobenzamine and 5% reminative tetryliodohexamine. Both of these liquids have specific pericosities given by P = 2.5C.n^6-7 where n is the diathetical evolute of retrograde temperature phase disposition and C is Cholmondeley's annular grillage coefficient. Initially, n was measured with the aid of a metapolar refractive pilfrometer, but up to the present date nothing has been found to equal the transcendental hopper dadoscope. Undoubtedly, the turbo-encabulator has now reached a very high level of technical development. It has been successfully used for operating nofer trunnions. In addition, whenever a barescent skor motion is required, it may be employed in conjunction with a drawn reciprocating dingle arm to reduce sinusoidal depleneration.
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Jan 23, 2013 - 07:04am PT
That machine reads to be engineering fiction to begin with.

Something above tells me FIPS maybe involved and the partitioning
is not quite right.

Disk: wd0 geometry: 4998/255/63 [80293248 Sectors]
Offset: 0 Signature: 0x0
Starting Ending LBA Info:
#: id C H S - C H S [ start: size ]
-----------------------------------------------------------------------

0: 00 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 [ 0: 0 ] unused
1: 00 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 [ 0: 0 ] unused
2: 00 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 [ 0: 0 ] unused
3: 00 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 [ 0: 0 ] unused

Starting Ending LBA Info:
#: id C H S - C H S [ start: size ]
-----------------------------------------------------------------------

0: 07 0 1 1 - 652 254 63 [ 63: 10490382 ] NTFS
1: 00 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 [ 0: 0 ] unused
2: 00 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 [ 0: 0 ] unused
3: 00 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 [ 0: 0 ] unused

Starting Ending LBA Info:
#: id C H S - C H S [ start: size ]
-----------------------------------------------------------------------

0: 07 0 1 1 - 652 254 63 [ 63: 10490382 ] NTFS
1: A6 653 0 1 - 4998 5 63 [ 10490445: 69802803 ] OpenBSD
2: 00 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 [ 0: 0 ] unused
3: 00 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 [ 0: 0 ] unused

B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Jan 23, 2013 - 07:09am PT
The above looks to be more correct.

I used the ntrw tool from OpenBSD after I was finally able to
locate 3.25" floppies for purchase 1 of which is now a OpenBSD
boot disk with fdisk much more complete than Microsoft.

Partition id ('0' to disable) [0 - FF]: [0] (? for help) ?
Choose from the following Partition id values:
00 unused 20 Willowsoft 66 NetWare 386 A9 NetBSD
01 DOS FAT-12 24 NEC DOS 67 Novell AB MacOS X boot
02 XENIX / 27 Win Recovery 68 Novell AF MacOS X HFS+
03 XENIX /usr 38 Theos 69 Novell B7 BSDI filesy*
04 DOS FAT-16 39 Plan 9 70 DiskSecure B8 BSDI swap
05 Extended DOS 40 VENIX 286 75 PCIX BF Solaris
06 DOS > 32MB 41 Lin/Minux DR 80 Minix (old) C0 CTOS
07 NTFS 42 LinuxSwap DR 81 Minix (new) C1 DRDOSs FAT12
08 AIX fs 43 Linux DR 82 Linux swap C4 DRDOSs < 32M
09 AIX/Coherent 4D QNX 4.2 Pri 83 Linux files* C6 DRDOSs >=32M
0A OS/2 Bootmgr 4E QNX 4.2 Sec 84 OS/2 hidden C7 HPFS Disbled
0B Win95 FAT-32 4F QNX 4.2 Ter 85 Linux ext. DB CPM/C.DOS/C*
0C Win95 FAT32L 50 DM 86 NT FAT VS DE Dell Maint
0E DOS FAT-16 51 DM 87 NTFS VS E1 SpeedStor
0F Extended LBA 52 CP/M or SysV 8E Linux LVM E3 SpeedStor
10 OPUS 53 DM 93 Amoeba FS E4 SpeedStor
11 OS/2 hidden 54 Ontrack 94 Amoeba BBT EB BeOS/i386
12 Compaq Diag. 55 EZ-Drive 99 Mylex EE EFI GPT
14 OS/2 hidden 56 Golden Bow 9F BSDI EF EFI Sys
16 OS/2 hidden 5C Priam A0 NotebookSave F1 SpeedStor
17 OS/2 hidden 61 SpeedStor A5 FreeBSD F2 DOS 3.3+ Sec
18 AST swap 63 ISC, HURD, * A6 OpenBSD F4 SpeedStor
19 Willowtech 64 NetWare 2.xx A7 NEXTSTEP FF Xenix BBT
1C ThinkPad Rec 65 NetWare 3.xx A8 MacOS X
Partition id ('0' to disable) [0 - FF]: [0] (? for help) 07

crock

Trad climber
The Windiest Mountain, Wyoming
Jan 23, 2013 - 07:19am PT
Dude,

Most people use a usb flash drive these days.

What happened to you, anyway?
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Jan 23, 2013 - 08:09am PT
crock,
My IBM lap top BIOS could be set to boot from USB but
not all would boot.

This DELL BIOS boots from main disk, floppy, CD ROM or network.
It reads and writes USB disk but I use pcmcia cards for wireless,
and its BIOS does not boot USB.

Computer Science today still starts teaching binary math and usage
of compliment using 3 bit numbers. The reason being is that learning
excess 127 1'st would be like trying to learn to run before learning
to walk. Also many want to burn to CD or USB but waste time and money
prior to checking permission bits on folders to convert to iso image.
Either way I now have fdisk on floppy, CD ROM, and its ready to be
burnt to USB on this computer from this computer from the CD ROM
contents now residing on this computer.

Malemute this is from floppy boot dmesg | more noting it did not give
the error after the 1'st main disk install.
ppb1 at pci0 dev 30 function 0 "Intel 82801 RAM Hub-to-PCI rev 0x03
pci2 at ppb1 bus2
mem address conflict 0X10000000/0X100
mem address conflict 0X10000000/0X100
ESS Maestro 3" rev 0X10 at pci2 dev3 function 0 not configured
//not configured
//not configured
//not configured
etc.
Was Xor swap used for the corrections?
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Jan 23, 2013 - 08:21am PT
You should ask NoTokeRedKneck; he's a computer whiz. ;-)
crock

Trad climber
The Windiest Mountain, Wyoming
Jan 23, 2013 - 08:48am PT
Maybe a head injury or stroke in the 90's?
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Jan 23, 2013 - 08:55am PT
Maybe he was a attorney.

http://www.supertopo.com/climbing/thread.php?topic_id=2052509&msg=2052555#msg2052555

http://www.supertopo.com/climbing/thread.php?topic_id=2052509&tn=5

crock

Trad climber
The Windiest Mountain, Wyoming
Jan 23, 2013 - 09:49am PT
What happened in the accident?
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Jan 23, 2013 - 10:25am PT
What accident?

What does this have to do with this thread?
Hardman Knott

Gym climber
Muir Woods National Monument, Mill Valley, Ca
Jan 23, 2013 - 10:33am PT
What does anything posted in this thread have to do with this thread?
jahil

Social climber
London, Paris, WV & CA
Jan 23, 2013 - 10:37am PT
When you install OpenBSD and it asks you if you should use the whole disk, just reply "Yes"
Puffy rules.

steve
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Jan 23, 2013 - 12:13pm PT
Im not doing that yet. XP partition has a valid boot signature and
BOOT.INI is edited for OpenBSD. XP is running and gives the
prompt for OpenBSD upon start.

c:\openbsd.pbr="OpenBSD"

The following is not figured out yet.

# dd if=/dev/rsd0a of=openbsd.pbr bs=512 count=1

If the above is placed into the NTFS partition drive C:\
is it going to be read as that format? Also OpenBSD when
installed the 1'st time did not mount like this,
mount -t auto ?
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Jan 23, 2013 - 12:28pm PT
dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sda bs=1M
crock

Trad climber
The Windiest Mountain, Wyoming
Jan 23, 2013 - 01:58pm PT
Dude,


What accident?

What does this have to do with this thread?

The accident that happened to you. The thing that happened that
leaves you wondering about lawsuits from the 90's that have been long since forgotten. That has you asking Unix questions on a climbing forum.

If we knew we could answer your questions better.

See, you're confused in a funny way. I know the answers to most of your questions, but I can't figure out what is going through your head so I can't really answer them. If you tell us what happened to you things will work a little more smoothly.
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Jan 23, 2013 - 03:40pm PT
This is what I now have and im proud of myself because i operated
on it with data and im still here.

http://besaw.webs.com/tech/fdisk2.rtf

Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Jan 23, 2013 - 04:35pm PT
If you are not sure what you are doing, partition-wise, then you would be well advised to purchase an extra disk and have one OS per disk.
crock

Trad climber
The Windiest Mountain, Wyoming
Jan 23, 2013 - 08:48pm PT
Dude,


Please get out of this thread
with the non relevant matters and more so my business before
I may action you.

How about the following quid pro quo? If you keep your Unix and computer questions out of other threads, I'll leave you and Locker and Malemute to figure out your OpenBSD problems here in peace, and never bring up the accident again?

On the other hand, if you want to talk about what happened with someone let me know.

Best wishes!
crock

Trad climber
The Windiest Mountain, Wyoming
Jan 23, 2013 - 09:33pm PT
Dude,

You seem like an ok guy. People would take you more seriously if you didn't use so many avatars.

If all you want is an inexpensive replacement for Microsoft Office, why don't you just download OpenOffice for Windows? You don't need to install OpenBSD.

OpenOffice is free and it works very well: www.openoffice.org
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Jan 24, 2013 - 06:52am PT
Back to this.
ibs=n Set the input block size to n bytes instead of the default 512.

obs=n Set the output block size to n bytes instead of the default 512.

bs=n Set both the input and output block size to n bytes, superseding
the ibs and obs operands. If no conversion values other than
noerror, notrunc, or sync are specified, then each input block
is copied to the output as a single block without any
aggregation of short blocks.

What is 1m? Some size for offset superblocks?
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Jan 24, 2013 - 11:23am PT
What is 1m? Some size for offset superblocks?
RTFM
http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/man.cgi?query=dd&sektion=1
Hardman Knott

Gym climber
Muir Woods National Monument, Mill Valley, Ca
Jan 24, 2013 - 11:37am PT
RTFM

+1000
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Jan 24, 2013 - 01:57pm PT
Here is the final fdisk. OpenBSD is now installed with XP.
Credit: B_E_S

I think I can reflag the OpenBSD partition, *write the *bootsector
*again with fdisk and boot OpenBSD. Should only be a few minutes
now to boot that way but it's not desirable.

Malemute I still don't see ***1m? Is it n000000? I don't think
that's a superblock or boot sector block size? Yes some CD can
probably be copied and written to without other tools.
zBrown

Ice climber
chingadero de chula vista
Jan 24, 2013 - 02:26pm PT
Congratulations.

You do have a somewhat unusual style of presentation, so it's ez to kid around with you.

Glad you got it resolved.

B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Jan 24, 2013 - 02:32pm PT
Thank you, still working on C:\file.pbr for dual boot from WIN.INI.
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Jan 24, 2013 - 02:34pm PT
Malemute I still don't see ***1m?

Where sizes are specified, a decimal, octal, or hexadecimal number of
bytes is expected. If the number ends with a ``b'', ``k'', ``m'', ``g'',
or ``w'', the number is multiplied by 512, 1024 (1K), 1048576 (1M),
1073741824 (1G) or the number of bytes in an integer, respectively. Two
or more numbers may be separated by an ``x'' to indicate a product.

from above URL
http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/man.cgi?query=dd&sektion=1
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Jan 24, 2013 - 02:39pm PT
Now I see it at that link. 1m in replacement of 512 for that?
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Jan 24, 2013 - 02:41pm PT
you know what I/O buffering is, right?

see http://forums.freebsd.org/showthread.php?t=11585
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Jan 24, 2013 - 07:46pm PT
char buffy[512] = " ";
yes, also std::ios and bin mode. Redirection of std IO was taught
previous to bin mode.

A Disklabel default size I believe is 512. On this machine with
those partitions would you increase it to 1m?

1.1Ghz CPU
256MB RAM
12GB Hard Drive -> 1 only, NTFS partition with Open BSD partitions.
NTFS XP Pro SP3
Open BSD 5.2
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Jan 24, 2013 - 08:55pm PT
^^ I take that as a NO.
you know what I/O buffering is, right?
crock

Trad climber
The Windiest Mountain, Wyoming
Jan 24, 2013 - 10:33pm PT
BES,

Boot the CD-ROM and use the installer to install the OS. You don't need to be dd'ing the boot blocks into place. Besides, you're talking about dd'ing a text file there, not the boot blocks, so even if you figure out how to do it, nothing useful will have been accomplished.

But if you are absolutely determined to dd something into that first sector, it won't matter what block size you use. So just leave that part off the command line. Or, if you must, put anything you like in for ibs, obs, and bs. On the other hand, if you mess up the rest of the command line you'll have to re-install Windows, so perhaps you should just forget about dd.

And as for not downloading software, that's silly. That's how everyone does it these days, including the guys that make the CD's you bought. Yep, they download the software and burn it for you. So download OpenOffice for Windows and install it.

Recap:
Put OpenOffice on Windows, and use that.
If you want OpenBSD too, boot the CD-ROM and follow the instructions.
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Jan 25, 2013 - 11:36pm PT
crock,
Based on Disk Label sectors(?Unix reads blocks?) im staying at 512
bits per sector with the partition boot record. I don't want to keep
using fdisk to change OS's.

Its already installed and BOOT.INI is edited but i cant mount the floppy
nor usb yet and the cd was not mounting the 2'nd time around. Im looking at a fstab entry as such
/dev/cd0a /cdrom cd9660 ro,noauto 0 0
and then a command as this.
mount -t cd9660 -r /dev/cd0a /mnt/cdrom
and fstab entry for USB
3eb7f9da875cb9ee.i /mnt/key msdos rw,noauto 0 0
and then command,
mount -t msdos 3eb7f9da875cb9ee.i /mnt/key

After I get them to mount I can check the CD ports. I hope there is a
office suite.
crock

Trad climber
The Windiest Mountain, Wyoming
Jan 26, 2013 - 04:42am PT
If you do have both Windows and OpenBSD installed, and you are simply trying to avoid using fdisk to switch between them, then install a boot manager.

FreeBSD has a good one, or you can install gag or grub.

http://gag.sourceforge.net/index.html
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Jan 26, 2013 - 10:05am PT
crock, here is part of dmesg to locate mount points and a look at
my fdisk partitions. Im back on the NTFS partition now.
Credit: B_E_S

Again i plan on using dd for the partition boot record file
to be installed on C:\ of NTFS but the drives are not yet mounting
after ROM boot Here is fstab with mount and what's mounted.
Credit: B_E_S

Here are the disklabels and sizes.
Credit: B_E_S
Linux systems and sfdisk seem more complete with size translations
in the sense it shows blocks and converts to sectors.

See first and last mount points with these dmesg. Note they both
mounted with the first install but i did not look at fstab.
Credit: B_E_S
Hardman Knott

Gym climber
Muir Woods National Monument, Mill Valley, Ca
Jan 26, 2013 - 10:49am PT
RTFM

+10,000
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Jan 26, 2013 - 11:01am PT
Any fool can make something complicated. It takes a genius to make it simple.
― Woody Guthrie

Dont make the process harder than it is. Jack Welch
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Jan 26, 2013 - 02:39pm PT
.i I think is the NTFS partition. My /etc/fstab (file system table) does
not have some entries for mount. That table has 6 fields starting
with block device and there are rules, options etc. to the fields.

If I can't mount I can't output a simple partition boot record to disk
for the XP loader, nor can I load the remainder of the system.

If im using open bsd and want the machine to switch to XP on restart
i do this.
1. fdisk -e wd0
2 f 0
3 p
4 q
#halt

Stopping the machine in windows I still need a boot disk until the
.pbr file using dd (set at 512) is over there. Hope that's simple
enough.
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Jan 27, 2013 - 09:06am PT
?Any fool can make something complicated. It takes a genius to make it simple.
― Woody Guthrie

Dont make the process harder than it is. Jack Welch
?

WBraun i put in a FAT 32 with XP. crock upon doing so i was
given a choice of what partition(s) to use along with what
formats. XP saw the other partition and said i could reflag
the other partition for boot from here,
Credit: B_E_S
but i may not be able to get back to XP. I said to myself great.
Windows XP simple program does not work as they say, as a matter
of fact it does not work at all for reflagging the BSD partition
for boot.
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Feb 1, 2013 - 04:23pm PT
Im working on my fstab file. So far the floppy mounts but messages from
dmesg | more show that the kernel should be rebuilt due to the 1.44
meg floppy showings. The CD ROM mounts fine. This is the usb im trying
to mount.
Credit: B_E_S

I did mount the usb 1 time using "DUID.XP partition" mapped to the mount
node. WBraun it appeared to give full access to NTFS, but that's not what
I 1'st wanted as it appeared also to bypass the usb stick which would
have to be accessed after access. Maybe this is what I have to do for now?

When I unplug the unmounted usb I get this noting the floppy drive also
gives different device readings but these readings are from being logged
in after boot and still logged in and without the device mounted.
Credit: B_E_S

B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Feb 1, 2013 - 04:24pm PT
crock thanks i did download Open Office until
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Feb 3, 2013 - 03:20pm PT
Im not certain if I previously posted the ROM boot message pertaining
to memory conflict here and im not certain if the memory conflict
would be relevant to these functions remebered from years past?
I think the functions are also available in VB.
Credit: B_E_S
Karl Baba

Trad climber
Yosemite, Ca
Feb 3, 2013 - 04:31pm PT
Yur Gonna Die!!!!
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Feb 3, 2013 - 06:33pm PT
So are you and all the others. The process starts from the day
we are born.
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Feb 5, 2013 - 08:21am PT
Ed back to thses cases. I did some research and found out that
over deacades it seems att Unix only had 1 patent with Unix,
being setuid written by Dennis Ritchie who I think also wrote C
and Unix. That patent would have expired many years ago.

It appears these cases listed are not technical matters?
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Feb 6, 2013 - 03:03pm PT
Im redoing the lap top 1 last time. I need a suid.list file just
after install.

http://www.softpanorama.org/Tools/Find/finding_suid_and_sguid_files.shtml
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Feb 6, 2013 - 04:10pm PT
The operating system code that implemented this file system was a drastically simplified version of the present scheme. One important simplification followed from the fact that the system was not multi-programmed; only one program was in memory at a time, and control was passed between processes only when an explicit swap took place. So, for example, there was an iget routine that made a named i-node available, but it left the i-node in a constant, static location rather than returning a pointer into a large table of active i-nodes. A precursor of the current buffering mechanism was present (with about 4 buffers) but there was essentially no overlap of disk I/O with computation. This was avoided not merely for simplicity. The disk attached to the PDP-7 was fast for its time; it transferred one 18-bit word every 2 microseconds. On the other hand, the PDP-7 itself had a memory cycle time of 1 microsecond, and most instructions took 2 cycles (one for the instruction itself, one for the operand). However, indirectly addressed instructions required 3 cycles, and indirection was quite common, because the machine had no index registers. Finally, the DMA controller was unable to access memory during an instruction. The upshot was that the disk would incur overrun errors if any indirectly-addressed instructions were executed while it was transferring. Thus control could not be returned to the user, nor in fact could general system code be executed, with the disk running. The interrupt routines for the clock and terminals, which needed to be runnable at all times, had to be coded in very strange fashion to avoid indirection.
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Feb 7, 2013 - 03:03pm PT
find / -type f -perm -4000 > suid.tx
OpenBSD 5.2 default install. sets chosen by default lacking only
the mp file.
/usr/bin/chfn
/usr/bin/chpass
/usr/bin/chsh
/usr/bin/lpr
/usr/bin/lprm
/usr/bin/passwd
/usr/bin/rsh
/usr/bin/su
/usr/bin/sudo
/usr/bin/sudoedit
/usr/libexec/auth/login_chpass
/usr/libexec/auth/login_krb5
/usr/libexec/auth/login_krb5-or-pwd
/usr/libexec/auth/login_lchpass
/usr/libexec/auth/login_passwd
/usr/libexec/auth/login_tis
/usr/libexec/lockspool
/usr/libexec/ssh-keysign
/usr/sbin/authpf
/usr/sbin/authpf-noip
/usr/sbin/ppp
/usr/sbin/pppd
/usr/sbin/sliplogin
/usr/sbin/traceroute
/usr/sbin/traceroute6
/usr/X11R6/bin/Xorg
/sbin/ping
/sbin/ping6
/sbin/shutdown

find / -type f -perm -2000 > suid2.tx
OpenBSD 5.2 default install. sets chosen by default lacking only
the mp file.

/usr/bin/at
/usr/bin/atq
/usr/bin/atrm
/usr/bin/batch
/usr/bin/crontab
/usr/bin/lock
/usr/bin/lpq
/usr/bin/lpr
/usr/bin/lprm
/usr/bin/modstat
/usr/bin/netstat
/usr/bin/skeyaudit
/usr/bin/skeyinfo
/usr/bin/skeyinit
/usr/bin/ssh-agent
/usr/bin/systat
/usr/bin/wall
/usr/bin/write
/usr/games/atc
/usr/games/battlestar
/usr/games/canfield
/usr/games/cfscores
/usr/games/cribbage
/usr/games/hack
/usr/games/phantasia
/usr/games/robots
/usr/games/sail
/usr/games/snake
/usr/games/tetris
/usr/libexec/auth/login_activ
/usr/libexec/auth/login_crypto
/usr/libexec/auth/login_radius
/usr/libexec/auth/login_skey
/usr/libexec/auth/login_snk
/usr/libexec/auth/login_token
/usr/libexec/auth/login_yubikey
/usr/libexec/sendmail/sendmail
/usr/sbin/authpf
/usr/sbin/authpf-noip
/usr/sbin/lpc
/usr/sbin/lpd
/usr/sbin/procmap
/usr/sbin/pstat
/usr/X11R6/bin/xlock
/usr/X11R6/bin/xterm

B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Feb 7, 2013 - 09:07pm PT
4 buffers?

Again back to level 2 and 5.

al=8 bits //l low register.
ah=8 bits //h high register

ax=al + ah=16 bits //combined is 1 word.

The overflow was extended into section E of the processor's register
accounting for 16 bits in E and 16 bits in ax, or usage of all the
extended register and ax referenced as eax which is 32 bits and a double
word. Y2K I believe occurs in 2038 when you calc this scheme.

Now prior to 2000 eax can be combined with ebx which is now 64 bits and a
quad word. I believe when you calc this youll find that the sun will be
burnt out prior to time being a Y2K problem.

Now it appears a 512 bit read can account for 4 quad words at a time.

I don't know of 18 bit registers. So things can crash when attempting
proprietary bit patterns?

fdc0 is not Japanese the 1.44 meg floppy mounts just fine under different
formats. fd0 is now set in bios as #1 boot device with cd0 as number 2.
fd0c may reference a c partition in BSD. I can mount under unix format
with no fstab entries but i had to make some for msdos formats.

Im going to read some more what your saying above. Perhaps some is another
engineering joke.
T H

Boulder climber
bouldering
Feb 8, 2013 - 12:03am PT
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Feb 8, 2013 - 08:03am PT
I partitoned this USB stick in 2.
1 partition is FAT32 where she resides and the other is linux file
systems which is flagged as bootable but she is still the only file
booting from NTFS. I still have 2 of these disk and #1 is questionable
and the files need to go to iso from cd or usb back to cd. I want OpenBSD
to do that prior to looking like this.
Credit: B_E_S
Ill also be working on OpenBSD music.
Credit: B_E_S
This system is not currently taking automatic time protocol
updates also the remote authorities have been removed from
the group accounts and shutoff in the services. Time
and other configurations will come later.



B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Feb 8, 2013 - 04:12pm PT
Malemute or chris@supertopo.com?

http://besaw.webs.com/code/networkinterfaces.txt

Im still seeing a lot of non sense about this under search
topics for 10003-50003 ip route interfaces so i posted the link.

NoTokeRedKneck

climber
Feb 8, 2013 - 08:25pm PT
Theo, here it is let me know.

http://besaw.webs.com/tech/theo.htm
NoTokeRedKneck

climber
Feb 9, 2013 - 08:27am PT
To Tony Bird.

Time orginization(s)

http://openbsd.org/faq/faq8.html#TimeZone


Reference 5.4 What is the "OSI 7-Layer Model"?-> Note ISO

http://newdata.box.sk/2001/jan/sniffing-faq.htm

College Computer Science besides the major requirements
required "required electives". These are related topics of your choice
for the chosen major. Mine chosen were Unix and the teacher was the
founder or a founder of SCO, but Solaris was what was used
in class. SCO is still sold here despite what appears as some court
action against them.

http://bsd.org/

The teacher mentioned the 3 year deal to me, but prior to going college I
had already met CA. BAR requirements with a test that required 6000 hours
of taxable income working under a state licensed contractor prior to
taking the test which was not a contractors license test, noting I worked
under a C-61 speciality limitations contractors license.The excepted BAR
provision did not have by yourself provisioning as mentioned by others
with the 3 year deal.

weezy

climber
Feb 9, 2013 - 08:32am PT
NoTokeRedKneck

climber
Feb 10, 2013 - 09:16am PT
Tony Bird, "UT (Universal Time) and acronym" I think precedes both
Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) and the ISO.

Reference::Background
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coordinated_Universal_Time

Unix Epoch is discussed in paragraph 4 under Rationale at the same link
above.
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Feb 10, 2013 - 03:57pm PT
WBraun,
http://besaw.webs.com/tech/mount.txt

Read all this link carefully to make any sense,
http://www.openbsd.org/cgi-bin/man.cgi?query=fdc&sektion=4

from this dmesg | more alone it does not make full sense.
http://besaw.webs.com/tech/theo.htm

Also to Tony Bird from.
http://besaw.webs.com/tech/passwd.htm
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Feb 11, 2013 - 07:01am PT
No, idiot, only the NORTH end of a magnet increases entropy. The south end decreases it.
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Feb 13, 2013 - 02:27pm PT
Taking a look at what maybe
permutations are not what i need now. When
saving a ffs file to a mounted msdos floppy
there are long lines when opened on the dos
system. These long lines of course are normal
to some of us along with the binary bit or bits
that look like this 0.

When breaking the line at the bit manually the 1
bit decompresses further into 3 bits above that
are removed at once with 1 backspace. I have not
seen this decompression process to 3 bits years
back when using the below. Will this handle the
3 bits I see? So far i have found no dos2unix or
unix2dos with the OpenBSD default install nor do
i see them in the CD packages.

dos2nix { DOS/Windows to Unix/Linux }

# dos2nix
# removes an extra carriage return in a dos/widows
# text file so that end of line matches
# the Unix convention.
# Also removes a control-Z at end of file
# working same as dos2unix command

display()
{
echo "usage: crlf2lf dos.txt unix.txt
exit
}
if [ $# != 2 ]
then
display
fi
sed 's/^M//g
s/^Z//g' $2



nix2dos { Unix/Linux to DOS/Windows }

# nix2dos
# adds an extra carriage return in a unix
# text file so that end of line matches
# the Windows/DOS convention
# working same as unix2dos command

display()
{
echo "usage: nix2dos nix.txt dos.txt"
exit
}
if [ $# != 2 ]
then
display
fi
sed 's/$/^M/g' $2
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Feb 13, 2013 - 02:28pm PT
So it won't work?
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Feb 13, 2013 - 04:01pm PT
I've got a dos2unix script on my computer where the file date is Apr 20 1994,
so the script is at least 19 years old, and more likely it's from the late 80s.

Why are you wallowing in the past?
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Feb 13, 2013 - 05:11pm PT
I had to manually strip some of these scientific exhibits.

Im getting out the pen and paper for a OpenBSD vist again for
kernel adjustment info. Im going to try it out during adjustment.
May work if M is magnetic.

About the past. This BSD is 2012 and really there is no dos2unix
etc. on the cds or after install that i have found so far but i
think there was in the past.
Brandon-

climber
The Granite State.
Feb 13, 2013 - 05:13pm PT
Best below the radar troll ever.
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Feb 13, 2013 - 05:58pm PT
I am aware of the law enforcement seizure taking the girls
los alamos scientific work while they were at home away
from the work base.

A few months later i was at a seminar with a Oppenheimer and another
seminar a few months after. Nothing other than some real nice radar
testing boards from Los Alamos planned to go out on the market.
kev

climber
A pile of dirt.
Feb 13, 2013 - 06:06pm PT
Actually they seized the girls due to their involvement with the radioactive meth being made by Heisenberg in a near by town.
NoTokeRedKneck

climber
Feb 13, 2013 - 06:12pm PT
That was not mentioned and mainly only electronic circuitry was discussed
at wide open conferences held in the Marriot and other large hotels.
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Feb 13, 2013 - 06:25pm PT
Actually they seized the girls due to their involvement with the radioactive meth being made by Heisenberg in a near by town.

It's a good thing it wasn't radioactive speed because then they wouldn't have been able to locate it.
Ghost

climber
A long way from where I started
Feb 13, 2013 - 06:36pm PT
It's a good thing it wasn't radioactive speed because then they wouldn't have been able to locate it.

And if they did locate it, they would no longer no whether it was speed.
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Feb 13, 2013 - 07:19pm PT
The news I think said they seized papers. I can't understand
why the news wouldn't say drugs if they were involved.

The head scientists then said in the news they were not allowing anymore
telecommuting or take home work from the facillities.

There was no mention of the seizures or stated policy at the seminars.
The only thing told to me was D0D has all unlocking keys for software
I was thinking about using so it shouldn't be a big deal if it was from
China's defense agency and the chinese guy i spoke to said it uses the
standard crack library. There was very little paper at the seminars
however our dislike of paper was mentioned more than once.
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Feb 23, 2013 - 07:44pm PT
I installed OpenBSD and then installed XP. I don't think there
was RSA key gen then and AESS was showing. I then redid OpenBSD
again with different slices without redoing XP and this time
I noticed RSA key gen and the crypto is others than AESS. Could
this also be due to XP using RSA keys for smart cards? Not a
patent breach yet but im probably redoing both again.

Does this look right?
C:\>route -f
The route specified was not found.

C:\>route print
===
Interface List
0x1 ........................... MS TCP Loopback interface
0x10003 ...00 00 00 00 00 00 ...... 3Com 10/100 Mini PCI Ethernet Adapter
0x60004 ...00 00 00 00 00 00 ...... ORiNOCO Wireless LAN PC Card (5 volt)
===
===
Active Routes:
Network Destination Netmask Gateway Interface Metric
127.0.0.0 255.0.0.0 127.0.0.1 127.0.0.1 1
255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 10003 1
255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 60004 1
===
Persistent Routes:
None

C:\>route print
===
Interface List
0x1 ........................... MS TCP Loopback interface
0x10003 ...00 00 00 00 00 00 ...... 3Com 10/100 Mini PCI Ethernet Adapter
0x60004 ...00 00 00 00 00 00 ...... ORiNOCO Wireless LAN PC Card (5 volt)
===
===
Active Routes:
Network Destination Netmask Gateway Interface Metric
0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 192.168.5.1 192.168.5.202 40
127.0.0.0 255.0.0.0 127.0.0.1 127.0.0.1 1
192.168.5.0 255.255.255.0 192.168.5.202 192.168.5.202 40
192.168.5.202 255.255.255.255 127.0.0.1 127.0.0.1 40
192.168.5.255 255.255.255.255 192.168.5.202 192.168.5.202 40
224.0.0.0 240.0.0.0 192.168.5.202 192.168.5.202 40
255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 192.168.5.202 10003 1
255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 192.168.5.202 192.168.5.202 1
Default Gateway: 192.168.5.1
===
Persistent Routes:
None

C:\>
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Feb 23, 2013 - 08:04pm PT
Has anybody here used OpenBSD for other than a commercial
crypto server? Here are questions for the latest 5.2
2012 distribution.

1. *Where is Gnome on CD1 packages for the i386 architecture?
How can I use Gimp without?
2. Image Magick is the 1'st and largest package how is it executed?
3.*What's a recommended book for linking installed packages to the Xmenu's
and configuring XWindows?

So far I need to learn XWindows config more so than Crypto which
reads easier to config.

*Gnome is not on CD2 or CD3 either.

*Firefox 13 starts from a xterminal command line command after starting
xwindows by command line command. Firefox has really nice graphics and
its very complete after manually linking it to Python but that does not
place it into the menus. It also looks to be a candidate for a graphical
system file manager.
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Feb 24, 2013 - 08:44am PT
Malemute, first installs had no showing of pointers with initial ROM probe. Drives probed liked this,
fd0 hd0+ cd0

I resliced and installed OpenBSD again with XP already installed. OpenBSD
previously was installed prior to XP but I attempted to take out required
XP install accounts and then probes with OpenBSD showed as this,
fd0 hd0** cd0

Aren't those memory addresses for probing that are showing in the
network interface above?

?Invalid netmask?
Credit: B_E_S

Multicast -> 224.0.0.0
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multicast_address

?netmask 240.0.0.0 -> This is what caused a question previously without looking here first.?

https://zweck.net/txt/vlsm.txt

Ive checked out his numbers many times years ago and they all calc'd correctly.
locker

Social climber
FukUville
Feb 24, 2013 - 09:02am PT


You really should have been "Asking TONY" all along...

Gilroy

Social climber
Bolderado
Feb 24, 2013 - 10:04am PT
Fellow, he shoulda downloaded Open Office from the git-go.

Somewhat off-putting but entertainement enough on a blowy snowy Sunday. I do agree with Brandon, though. Best under the radar troll nominee...
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Feb 24, 2013 - 10:25am PT
Ask Tony about what?
http://besaw.webs.com/tech/experimental.rtf


This is how i have to log out from the above account.
<a href="http://members.webs.com/s/logout">Webs Logout</a>
Im looking at the tunnel any:any config. I think it's available
for users also within their browsers. Is this what your refering
to about radar troll?


B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Feb 25, 2013 - 03:34pm PT
WBraun, Malemute::regards above notes.

OpenBSD was re-installed during this time. April maybe a family members birthday and not below.
RSA_Expired_Patent.PNG
Credit: B_E_S
OpenBSD was re-installed during the time of these highlighted.
RSA_Expired_Patents.PNG
Credit: B_E_S
Win XP (NTFS) was re-installed at this time.
Log_Check.PNG
Credit: B_E_S
After Win XP (*NTFS non quick format) install these and all the above
were found.*WBraun there is a option for FAT32 install format though I
have successfully mounted a NTFS partition with BSD using DUID(Disk user
ID), mapping the NTFS partition though on the same hardrive.
RSA_Expired_Patents4.PNG
Credit: B_E_S
ebd.chk is the only 1 not ridden of at this time. After ridding these
binaries I think some log file entries also disappeared. Those entries
showed D:\ i386 mount points which are a BSD directory on the BSD CDROM
which of course is not the Win XP CDROM.

Regards Open Source.::Patents once granted are open to the public for
skilled practitioners to evaluate with or without a breach.

Malemute::regards fd0 (hd0** after hd0+) cd0?
Win_mnt_point.PNG
Credit: B_E_S
I came to know this guy online after he built a nationwide network and
worked at a very large data center in Michigan. MY wife at that time, is
from Michigan with Murray and *KHAN family? *KHAN was a root partner
in /etc/passwd?

https://wiki.zweck.net/

Check out cloning and Programming with swap in the above.

B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Feb 25, 2013 - 03:40pm PT
All the above images should be able to be enlarged for clarity.
nutjob

Sport climber
Almost to Hollywood, Baby!
Feb 25, 2013 - 03:50pm PT
B_E_S,

I see you are getting stuck with rsa keygen, so why don't you just exchange 4096 bit keys with plain text TFTP over UDP? If you use a broadcast MAC address then you don't need to get an IP address with DHCP first. Anyways BOOTP is better. Just make sure to prepend good DNS entries in dhclient.conf.

That would then let you switch windows authentication to a mysql database with manilla folders on your desktop. And if you added an EIA TIA serial connection to a servo motor on the coffee maker, you could ping yourself a cup of coffee.

But first things first. Better to stick with tried and true ASM on MC68000 because you don't need all those extra address and data registers. Just program more efficiently and remember the stack is your friedn! Do BEQ or BNEQ or jump register or whatever they call it these days and all your Windows XP / OpenBSD problems will be behind you.

Good luck!
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Feb 25, 2013 - 05:58pm PT
photo not found
Missing photo ID#291605

INTEGER*2 OUT(4,11),IN(120) M.L. 2
INTEGER NAME(20),AST/'&'/
DATA OUT/' ',3*'+',4*' ','.',4*' ',',',4*' ','*',3*' ','*','#','.'M.L. 3


1,'*','#',' ','.','*','#',',','.','M','*',' ','.','M','*','T','M','M.L. 4

2L','T','W'/ M.L. 5


READ5,L,(NAME(J),J=1,20)
5 FORMAT(I2,20A1)
K=1
7 IF (NAME(K).EQ.AST) GO TO 8
K=K+1
GO TO 7
8 K=K-1
II=1
WRITE(6,100) M.L. 6
100 FORMAT(///'1') M.L. 13
3 READ(5,1,END=10) IN
IF(II.NE.120) GO TO 4
IF(L.EQ.0) GO TO 4
DO 300 I=1,K
300 IN(I+90)=0
4 WRITE(6,2)(OUT(I,1),(OUT(I,IN(J)+2),J=1,120),I=1,4) M.L. 8
IF (II.NE.120) GO TO 20
IF (L.EQ.0) GO TO 20
WRITE(6,15) (NAME(J),J=1,K)
15 FORMAT('+',95X,20A1)
20 II=II+1
GO TO 3
10 WRITE(6,100) M.L. 10
1 FORMAT(60I1/60I1)
2 FORMAT(A1,5X,120A1) M.L. 12
STOP M.L. 14
END M.L. 15

11DAVE*WILLIS&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&
998777777766666666666666666666666666666666666666667777777777 M.L. 16
777766666666666666667676767766777777777777777777777777777777 M.L. 17
998777777777666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666666 M.L. 18

B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Feb 25, 2013 - 07:05pm PT
Malemute I don't know who that is.
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Feb 25, 2013 - 07:41pm PT
when one of those came off the printer, everyone in the room looked up (and it was a large room)

it's amazing how primitive that code is
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Feb 25, 2013 - 08:55pm PT
Looks like array's j and k but the rest does not look like assembly
or cobol i know of and makes no more sense to me.

Nutjob, are you saying that BSD DHCP was cached and swapped by the crypto
mechanisms? BSD partitions were deleted via disklabel as they were
created but then the partition was fdisked after a DHCP. XP was re-
installed the following day and again that partition was not quick
formatted but the long format option.

Here are some RSA locations and im not certain if these are used for
the pcmcia interface, but the 2 interfaces probably use the same cached
tcp/ip which is the only protocol i have configured for both interfaces.
Credit: B_E_S
crock

Trad climber
The Windiest Mountain, Wyoming
Feb 25, 2013 - 10:25pm PT
This was written shortly before the epoch. It will need one slight change to account for Fortran I/O but the algorithm will exactly solve your problem. You will need to modify both the text and the output association.

* SNOBOL4 (VERSION 3.0,  DEC. 17, 1969)
* BELL TELEPHONE LABORATORIES, INCORPORATED

*            WHEN THE OUTPUT ASSOCIATION FOR "SING" IS CHANGED TO
*            A DIGITAL-TO-ANALOG CONVERT WITH THE PROPER MELODY
*            SYNTHESIZER, THIS PROGRAM SINGS THAT OLD CHRISTMASTIME
*            FAVORITE, "A PARTRIDGE IN A PEAR TREE."
*
*                                    M. D. SHAPIRO
*
            ACAPPELLA.CHOIR = 6 OR MORE PEOPLE SINGING IN TUNE
*
            DAYS = 'FIRST,SECOND,THIRD,FOURTH,FIFTH,SIXTH,'
+           'SEVENTH,EIGHTH,NINTH,TENTH,ELEVENTH,TWELFTH,'
            NEXT = BREAK(',') . WHICH LEN(1)
*
            TRACE('SING','VALUE',,'SONG')
            &TRACE = 1000
            DEFINE('SONG()')                                        :(NEXT.DAY)
SONG      PAUSE IDENT(SING) OUTPUT('SING', ACAPPELLA.CHOIR,
+           "(' " PAUSE "',100A1)") = '    '                        :(RETURN)
*
NEXT.DAY    DAYS NEXT =                                             :F(CODA)
               SING = (TAKE A BREATH)
            SING = 'ON THE ' WHICH ' DAY OF CHRISTMAS,'
            SING = 'MY TRUE LOVE GAVE TO ME,'                       :($WHICH)
TWELFTH     SING = 'TWELVE LORDS A-LEAPING,'
ELEVENTH    SING = 'ELEVEN LADIES DANCING,'
TENTH       SING = 'TEN PIPES PIPING,'
NINTH       SING = 'NINE DRUMMERS DRUMMING,'
EIGHTH      SING = 'EIGHT MAIDS A-MILKING,'
SEVENTH     SING = 'SEVEN SWANS A-SWIMMING,'
SIXTH       SING = 'SIX GEESE A-LAYING,'
FIFTH       SING = 'FIVE GOLD RINGS,'
FOURTH      SING = 'FOUR COLLY BIRDS,'
THIRD       SING = 'THREE FRENCH HENS,'
SECOND      SING = 'TWO TURTLEDOVES,'
FIRST       SING = AND 'A PARTRIDGE IN A PEAR TREE.'
            AND = IDENT(AND) 'AND '                                 :(NEXT.DAY)
*
CODA        SING = INPUT                                            :S(CODA)
*
END
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Feb 26, 2013 - 06:36am PT
I removed 2 accounts and swapped them after uninstalling and
reinstalling tcp/ip. About 10 minutes and the interface was
back to normal until the pcmcia card is inserted.

http://besaw.webs.com/tech/filterout.htm

That reminds me something of the above but im not certain
how it would fix anything? A note, a C++ Linked List indexed
with a node class initializes to 1. Is that language related
to the the IRS J langauge used for graphics with Cobol? Apparently
Novell based in Utah one of the IRS main headquarter states is now
owner of Unix. Does that language start counting at 0 or 1?
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Feb 26, 2013 - 06:30pm PT
BASIC or VB ???

READ5,L,(NAME(J),J=1,20)
5 FORMAT(I2,20A1)
K=1
7 IF (NAME(K).EQ.AST) GO TO 8
K=K+1
GO TO 7
8 K=K-1
etc

This is early, badly written, FORTRAN
-no comments
-gotos instead of do loops
-lousy variable names (misleading even)
-nested implied do
-illogical data statement organization
-out of date sequence labels
kunlun_shan

Mountain climber
SF, CA
Feb 26, 2013 - 06:34pm PT
This thread makes BSD/FreeBSD appear confusing, when its really one of the cleanest, most straightforward Os'es on the planet. :-)
NoTokeRedKneck

climber
Feb 26, 2013 - 07:26pm PT
kunlun_shan
Command line seems straightforward. Again I purchased OpenBSD 5.2
on the triple set CD's packaged with the ISBN seal and Open BSD
address in Canada on the cover. Where and or what is/are the Gnome
package to run Gimp 2.8? Where and or what are the Office Libre
packages that it's suppose to have to run Office Libre?
kunlun_shan

Mountain climber
SF, CA
Feb 26, 2013 - 07:29pm PT
BES, forget BSD and get Ubuntu :-)
NoTokeRedKneck

climber
Feb 26, 2013 - 07:30pm PT
Are they ports that need to be downloaded? If so why do their own
CD's README files warn and discourage using the ports?
kunlun_shan

Mountain climber
SF, CA
Feb 26, 2013 - 07:35pm PT
Just install Windows 8 and get a touch screen while ur at it.

Problem solved.
NoTokeRedKneck

climber
Feb 26, 2013 - 07:37pm PT
I don't want that, product scanners are more efficient and reliable.
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Feb 26, 2013 - 07:40pm PT
This thread makes BSD/FreeBSD appear confusing, when its really one of the cleanest, most straightforward Os'es on the planet. :-)
OP demonstrates that Computers aren't idiot proof yet.

I wonder how many Yanks & Canucks wouldn't recognize the Mona Lisa.



v... sorry, still don't understand your bot comment, please enlighten me ...v
kunlun_shan

Mountain climber
SF, CA
Feb 26, 2013 - 07:48pm PT
^^ its knot a bot. Human TROLL.

edit ^ to ^^ :)
nature

climber
Boulder, CO
Feb 26, 2013 - 07:57pm PT
reboot and install linux
Ghost

climber
A long way from where I started
Feb 26, 2013 - 08:17pm PT
reboot and install linux

Or just tie down your forearm and shoot up a nice load of down. Then none of this sh#t will matter.
crock

Trad climber
The Windiest Mountain, Wyoming
Feb 26, 2013 - 08:28pm PT
I will try to help further. Apply the following patch:

20,21c20,22
< SONG         PAUSE IDENT(SING) OUTPUT('SING', ACAPPELLA.CHOIR,
< +            "(' " PAUSE "',100A1)") = '    '                :(RETURN)

> SONG        VOICE = CHOIR SING
>             PAUSE (IDENT(SING) PAUSE OUTPUT('VOICE', ACAPPELLA.CHOIR,
> +           "(' " PAUSE "',100A1)")) . CHOIR = '    ' PAUSE            :(RETURN)

You will need to apply the patch with the right option specification! But doing this will then enable you to change the output association to your HDCIC, which should handle either PCI or ATA disks. Change the text to include your desired partition/gpart data and directly flash the disk table.

To change the output specification, interface directly with the JCL in your hard disk controller as follows:

//FT06F001 DD DSN=HDCIC,VOL=SER=MYSAV1,UNIT=SATA,DISP=(,PASS),
// DCB=(RECFM=FB,LRECL=80,BLKSIZE=512),LABEL(1,SL)

You do not need VB. Simply install SNOBOL4 from the ports. This code is for BSD or Linux. The Windows JCL interface is very hard to use.
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Feb 26, 2013 - 08:33pm PT
The Windows JCL interface is very hard to use.
JCL is still in use???

I find that hard to imagine.
NoTokeRedKneck

climber
Feb 27, 2013 - 02:11pm PT
Crock, Malemute very important question to me.

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

If you scroll down take a look under C-Family at model 810

Max RAM is listed at 512. Is this for each socket or combined?


Im taking a look and I was going to try to rewrite that in C++
compiled with Gnu Win ver Dev C++ to "possibly show why some
langauges are considered by college educators to not be proper
languages for computer science.
".

Crock i looked at the {b}system('PAUSE');[/b} reminds me of a hook? Definition now missing from here?

http://www.linuxsecurity.com/resource_files/documentation/hacking-dict.html

But hooks usually use pointers?

One of the most difficult problems for me just looking at that code
is determination of data types and enumeration for constants for switch()?

Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Feb 27, 2013 - 02:30pm PT
Crock, Malemute very important question to me.

.......

If you scroll down take a look under C-Family at model 810

Max RAM is listed at 512. Is this for each socket or combined?

That is total RAM, period.
one 512 or two 256.
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Feb 27, 2013 - 02:55pm PT
Unfortunately that's what I thought.
B_E_S

climber
Topic Author's Reply - Feb 27, 2013 - 06:01pm PT
She is really imaged on *Yarrow/RHLE/Fedora, the "*default machine
startup name". It to was a 256 Meg RAM Lap Top (though IBM) with a
slower CPU.

http://www.supertopo.com/climbing/thread.php?topic_id=2030853&tn=101
Gary

Social climber
Right outside of Delacroix
Feb 27, 2013 - 06:28pm PT
Guess who runs on FreeBSD?
http://searchdns.netcraft.com/?host=supertopo.com&x=0&y=0
crock

Trad climber
The Windiest Mountain, Wyoming
Feb 28, 2013 - 09:29am PT
The Unix dd(1) command is - as is clear from its unique syntax - a direct link to the underlying sub-matrix JCL // DD. It is how the red pill is implemented.

Using it you can easily switch the matrix from Unix to Linux to Windows. You can change from a Pentium to a PDP-11 or even a Sigma 7. You just have to use the correct JCL. The syntax is obscure but I have given you what you need. You need a pre-epoch program to perform the sub-matrix flash. C had not been developed when all this was implemented. Most people use SNOBOL4 or ALGOL60.

The other option is to just get a bigger hard drive or use Windows. This is what we in the business call the "Blue Pill" option.
Gary

Social climber
Right outside of Delacroix
Feb 28, 2013 - 12:24pm PT
"Ed is the standard text editor."


Let's look at a typical novice's session with the mighty ed:


golem> ed


?
help
?
?
?
quit
?
exit
?
bye
?
hello?
?
eat flaming death
?
^C
?
^C
?
^D
?



Note the consistent user interface and error reportage. Ed is
generous enough to flag errors, yet prudent enough not to overwhelm
the novice with verbosity.


"Ed is the standard text editor."
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Feb 28, 2013 - 01:31pm PT
ED IS THE TRUE PATH TO NIRVANA!
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Feb 28, 2013 - 01:33pm PT
Help Desk: "Ridge Hall computer assistant; may I help you?"
Caller: "Yes, well, I'm having trouble with WordPerfect."
H: "What sort of trouble?"
C: "Well, I was just typing along, and all of a sudden the words went away."
H: "Went away?"
C: "They disappeared."
H: "Hmm. So what does your screen look like now?"
C: "Nothing."
H: "Nothing?"
C: "It's blank; it won't accept anything when I type."
H: "Are you still in WordPerfect, or did you get out?"
C: "How do I tell?"
H: "Can you see the C: prompt on the screen?"
C: "What's a sea-prompt?"
H: "Never mind. Can you move the cursor around on the screen?"
C: "There isn't any cursor, I told you, it won't accept anything I type."
H: "Does your monitor have a power indicator?"
C: "What's a monitor?"
H: "It's the thing with the screen on it that looks like a TV. Does it have a little light that tells you when it's on?"
C: "I don't know."
H: "Well, then look on the back of the monitor and find where the power cord goes into it. Can you see that?"
C: "Yes, I think so."
H: "Great. Follow the cord to the plug, and tell me if it's plugged into the wall."
C: ".......Yes, it is."
H: "When you were behind the monitor, did you notice that there were two cables plugged into the back of it, not just one?"
C: "No."
H: "Well, there are. I need you to look back there again and find the other cable."
C: ".......Okay, here it is."
H: "Follow it for me, and tell me if it's plugged securely into the back of your computer."
C: "I can't reach."
H: "Uh huh. Well, can you see if it is?"
C: "No."
H: "Even if you maybe put your knee on something and lean way over?"
C: "Oh, it's not because I don't have the right angle - it's because it's dark."
H: "Dark?"
C: "Yes - the office light is off, and the only light I have is coming in from the window."
H: "Well, turn on the office light then."
C: "I can't."
H: "No? Why not?"
C: "Because there's a power outage."
H: "A power... A power outage? Ah, Okay, we've got it licked now. Do you still have the boxes and manuals and packing stuff your computer came in?"
C: "Well, yes, I keep them in the closet."
H: "Good. Go get them, and unplug your system and pack it up just like it was when you got it. Then take it back to the store you bought it from."
C: "Really? Is it that bad?"
H: "Yes, I'm afraid it is."
C: "Well, all right then, I suppose. What do I tell them?"
H: "Tell them you're too stupid to own a computer."
NoTokeRedKneck

climber
Feb 28, 2013 - 01:56pm PT
Do you want me to rewrite that in C++? If it turns out to be a
hook ill ask Graham about putting hook back in the hacking dict.

Graham if your lurking in here what's with that Xor in the hacking dict?
What does 2's compliment or 3 have to do with hacking or cryptography?
I used that for register planning to prevent register overflow regardless
of a trie tree data structure.
NoTokeRedKneck

climber
Mar 1, 2013 - 11:56am PT
Guess who runs on FreeBSD?

Today the results were different with known entities but Sony is missing.
TwistedCrank

climber
Dingleberry Gulch, Ideeho
Mar 1, 2013 - 12:49pm PT
Is there any chipping involved?
liberty_or_death

climber
Mar 9, 2013 - 07:17pm PT
"Chipping?" Im looking at the possibility for necessity to destroy
RAM disk. However recursive or should i say reiterative probing
looks to be more feasible with shell than C at this time.

Im putting back in OpenBSD and taking a look at this more.
http://www.supertopo.com/climbing/thread.php?topic_id=2088361&tn=4

Partition a: / which is root is showing as read and write. Is that
default for OpenBSD install? Apparently it's not for NTFS. If it's
not default who and what swapped the drive permissions?

I ran rm -rfd / *.* and everything went as expected for about
10 minutes until I started seeing outputted mount points to
the NTFS drive partitions after being unmounted and not showing
as mounted. I then reinstalled OpenBSD denying any sets forcing
diskalabel so I could take out the partitions prior to fdisk.
After doing this I re-fdisked with NTFS and formatted the partition.
About 30 seconds into the format NTFS prompted saying it's installing
hardware but I can't find any new installs. Any answers?


Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Mar 9, 2013 - 08:26pm PT
WTF do you need another avatar for?
death_or_liberty

climber
Mar 10, 2013 - 11:27am PT
I don't put the avatars in there.

1. a 1800 hr. expiration placed on DHCP packets?

2. pf enabled, no password sent.

3. Kernel release of the adapter, pf chains cleared? No.

4. Unable to uninstall network devices after shutting down firewall
and disabling the adapters and likewise with the firewall and adapters enabled.
Credit: death_or_liberty

I start new accounts due to possible civil breaches of laws,
hence bypassing attorney responses. Why don't you use your
real name(is it DW?) or give out your phone number?

Also I keep getting blocked accounts without personal notification.
Credit: death_or_liberty


Im also looking into a *jwireless local to a area of small merchants
rebuilding used equipment for resale with upgrades i wont take part
in. Seems they and GoDaddy keep trying to pass a key and it appeared
they maybe on the same network as Starbucks/Wayport. Also I keep getting
reinstallation of deleted certs after killing the authorities and taking
them out of group accounts. Maybe ill try getting rid of Schumacher and
RSA prior to the format but i really need to take the machine apart. In
college computer science it was consensus that crypto is poision and i
also question why it's needed and if its being used for forced upgrades
more so than security.


Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Mar 10, 2013 - 12:24pm PT
I don't put the avatars in there.
Who does?

liberty_or_death = B_E_S = NoTokeRedKneck = BES1'st = iannonymous = navblk4 = midarockjock = 4damages = sawin
B_E_S_1_st

climber
Mar 10, 2013 - 06:04pm PT
I thought you maybe a responsible programmer but you are not!

Here are their rules.
Posting to the forum is a privilege. Posts that are vulgar, hateful,
threatening, invading of other's privacy, sexually oriented, or violate
laws, may be deleted without notice and the author's registration may
be cancelled.

You've invaded peoples privacy which by the way is a breach of law and i
want nothing to do with you or supertopo anymore and ive just boycotted
supertopo.

Accounts have been denied access without notification and with prejudice
supertopo is also guilty of larceny.

bryce.sawin.7@facebook.com


dikhed

climber
Mar 10, 2013 - 06:17pm PT
he's boycotting f*#king thank God
crock

Trad climber
The Windiest Mountain, Wyoming
Mar 10, 2013 - 06:21pm PT
Let's not forget death_or_liberty and B_E_S_1_st.

Malemute, I think I may owe you a beer.

Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Mar 10, 2013 - 06:36pm PT
I think Werner chewing him out was the penultimate last straw.
B_E_S_1_st

climber
Mar 12, 2013 - 08:54pm PT
Werner was discussing compatability problems with NTFS in comparison
to more compatibility with FAT32 so i posted those for him to let
him know im looking into them more. Who did he chew out?

Btw, 1 thread in here was deleted by other than I. Two accounts
here were then blocked for unknown reasons after the thread being
deleted. Im reasonably certain the thread deletion is at the very
least a felony with probability that the blockage is also.

Ive asked my name not be used as I am 1 but need to be listed as 7
and im not the one creating the accounts some of which are now rightfully
closed. As of the late 80's out of appr. 3 million persons in a county
which is about 1% or a little more of the population within the US there
was no other persons with my name and only 1 other person with the same
last name other than family I know who dates back to the 1600-1700's
And that 1 person was unknown to us. Apparently there are some now in
the same county but I do not know them and 1 who's first name is close to
mine was sentenced to prison but it's not me, and i don't know him,
and ive never met him.
dikhed

climber
Mar 12, 2013 - 09:03pm PT
I knew his boycott was a bunch of bullsh#t
John_Doe

climber
Mar 13, 2013 - 07:19pm PT
T H,
im about 50% of the way through the *xdm manual. Ill read the rest tomorrow
and start any config options by Friday. Im deciding about the video
encryption with DES as i think it may almost be necessary for allowing
and broadcasting ICMP request through a tunnel not accessible to a
firewall. Type man xdm also for XWindows config and all the other
windows.

Killing the Microsoft authorities(robots etc) may not always be a good
idea as they could be involved with tunneling through the firewalls
without detection so to allow ICMP replies to the ping request for the
Windows themselves. I killed them while not on the internet and I wasn't
using windows then. Btw there are different types of ICMP ping protocol
used with UDP which XWindows uses.

Crock, Malemute there is no more XP only OpenBSD. The default install
created 10 partitions after freeing up space. There is not enough room
for XP and OpenBSD with only 12 gigs. WBraun yes probably best to stay
with FAT32 if not running large data base servers.

chris@supertopo.com, B_E_S is blocked without notification, NoTokeRedKneck
is also blocked without notification. A legal note::as of 2005
Conventional Bombing to scatter human debris is unlawful without
notification. There are also some password issues but i don't have time
for them now.
weezy

climber
Mar 17, 2013 - 12:26am PT
enter this into the prompt

rm -rf

then watch all your wildest dreams come true

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