Matthew Kennedy | 1 Jan 01:15 2003
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Re: RoadRunner smartened up, in the dumbest way possible

Clint Allen <clint@...> writes:

> I have one of the newest modems they have (the funky sharkfin-shaped one).
> It's been about a month since I got it and no sign of restricted anything.
> I run web, SSH, and POP3 services, among others.

I've got the docsis toshiba modem. Had it for few years. Nothing
blocked here. Not even port 80.

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Jim Westbrook | 1 Jan 01:28 2003
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Re: OT Humor - Windows RG

Now, if I could only figure out where to d/l the file.

JimW

Syleniel wrote:

> I had mentioned to a few people an old Flash spoof of Windows ME called
> Windows RG (Windows Real Good). I finally found a link to it.
>
> http://www.deanliou.com/WinRG/
>
> You too can kill Clippy. >:)
>
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Jim Westbrook | 1 Jan 01:31 2003
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Re: OT - new family member

Congrats, both on the new baby and the timing for getting a full year's tax
deduction for only 6 days overhead.

JimW

Thomas Cameron wrote:

> Hey all -
>
> Just wanted to drop a line and let you know that Nicole Ayumi Cameron, my
> first child, was born at 3:15 a.m. on the 26th.  She was 8 pounds 10 ounces,
> and 21 inches long.
>
> Some of you may remember my asking about a good blog.  I chose GeekLog, and
> you can see baby pix and the like at http://babylog.camerontech.com/.
>
> Regards,
> Thomas
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Robert Parkhurst | 1 Jan 04:36 2003

Re: GNOME frustrations...

After reading through my GTK+ book and looking on the
developer.gnome.org page (which would be a lot better if they had a way
for you to search for a command or something) and stumbled over GLADE
(again).  I always knew GLADE worked, but couldn't get it to compile
afterwards....well, (and I really felt dumb when i realized this), if
you run the autogen.sh and the configure script before you run the make
that it includes...it works!

Now my problem is trying to get an image to be displayed.  Anyone got
any ideas/suggestions?  I'm putting in a GTK+ image and told it to load
a random .jpg file (for testing).  in the code it looks good; it's just
calling the file from the local directory.  But when I go to run the
app, it doesn't work.  At the console, it says that the image can't be
found or loaded...one of the two.

-robert

On Tue, 2002-12-31 at 14:28, Matthew Kennedy wrote:
> Robert Parkhurst <raparkhurst@...> writes:
> 
> > hey guys,
> > 
> > In my recent attempts to create nifty GNOME applications I've come to
> > the following conclusion...My GNOME/GTK+ Programming Bible is about 1/2
> > wrong.  The 1/2 that's wrong works for Gtk+ 1.2; not 2.0 ;-)
> > 
> > fun, fun, fun...
> 
> Yeah, aint it! I'm hacking the Gentoo file manager for
> GTH+2... widget porting... *shudder* 
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John Buttery | 1 Jan 09:06 2003
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Re: Wireless in Redhat Linux 8.0

* Clint Allen <clint@...> [2002-12-31 11:57:24 -0600]:
> You're right; but on some occasions you need to force a module to load on
> boot, instead of when kernel access is attempted to a certain device node.
> /etc/modules does that.

  Aha!  I did not know that.

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John Buttery | 1 Jan 09:23 2003
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Re: OT Humor - Windows RG

* Jim Westbrook <jimw@...> [2002-12-31 18:28:54 -0600]:
> Now, if I could only figure out where to d/l the file.

  http://www.deanliou.com/WinRG/27549_winrg.swf 

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Jason Smith | 1 Jan 13:59 2003
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Re: Linux in Asia

On Sunday 29 December 2002 05:05 am, Dan_Lee Vogler wrote:
> http://www.theregister.co.uk/content/4/28689.html

Heh.  Let's hope so, shall we :)

Thanks for the link.

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Christopher Baker | 1 Jan 17:14 2003
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Re: OT - new family member

Those were  nice pictures. I loved the log and the poll. It also looks
like <nicolecameron.com> is still available.

Chris

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feet and gives us a cue as to the way we should go. Our part is to
carry on from there, to carry this spirit which comes to us at this
season into the rest of the year. Then it may be said of us, as Dickens
remarked of one of his characters, 'It was always said of him, that he
knew how to keep Christmas very well.'" --Edmund Opitz
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chris@...,
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"When you stop growing, you start dying."

Thomas Cameron | 1 Jan 20:32 2003

Re: OT - new family member

Ooh, good call!  I may have to snag that!
----- Original Message ----- 
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> Those were  nice pictures. I loved the log and the poll. It also looks
> like <nicolecameron.com> is still available.
> 
> Chris
> 
> ===========================================================
> "This Christmas season does something to us inside. It sets us on our
> feet and gives us a cue as to the way we should go. Our part is to
> carry on from there, to carry this spirit which comes to us at this
> season into the rest of the year. Then it may be said of us, as Dickens
> remarked of one of his characters, 'It was always said of him, that he
> knew how to keep Christmas very well.'" --Edmund Opitz
> ===========================================================
> Chris Baker -- www.chrisbaker.net
> chris@...,
chrisbaker@..., cbaker2@...
> "When you stop growing, you start dying."
> 
> 
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Joe Barr | 2 Jan 16:38 2003
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Holy first-tier OEM, Linuxman!


Buy your next HP Presario with Linux preinstalled!!!!

http://linuxtoday.com/news_story.php3?ltsn=2003-01-02-011-26-NW-DT-HW

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