quickdraw: Can anyone recommend a good key logger scanning tool? I don't have any issues now but WoW players are getting hit hard by gold farming hackers and I don't want any troubles.
geekybroad: I'm not the only student with this problem, either. It's happening to about 1/3 of the class.
vudukungfu: geekybroad: I'm not the only student with this problem, either. It's happening to about 1/3 of the class.That is because most colleges do not know squat about running networks. Or Computer science.Good luck with that.
Mike: We'd need to get a new SSL cert w/ multiple hostnames to cover all the cases (in particular Totalfark) and that's something we're looking at the next time our current cert comes up for renewal. That's a few months off though.
Barakku: vudukungfu: geekybroad: I'm not the only student with this problem, either. It's happening to about 1/3 of the class.That is because most colleges do not know squat about running networks. Or Computer science.Good luck with that.More students in the developmental psych class I was taking thought Astrology (not Astronomy) was a science than thought "Computer Science" was a science, at least from a poll on the first day of class...
WayToBlue: Speaking from an infosec POV, wildcard certs a bad idea. The potential for abuse is very high. I guess for a site like Fark with few server-level admins it could be ok, but in general they make me nervous.
vegasj: .... or, anyone know of a tool I could possibly add to our company website that would run remote sharing/viewing?"hey, goto our website - click 'allow VegasJ to take control' & sit the fark back, pay attention"'cause that'd be, you know, awesome...
Mike: Set up a VPN server on the Las Vegas end (Cisco ASA5505 is cheap if you can find one in stock) and then run VNC or (on Windows) the built-in remote desktop service over the VPN connection?
I think that's the route I was looking at now.I have a VPN setup already on my machine for when I'm at home now, here in Vegas. I'll probably just deploy VNC on all the office machines here, use to use that years ago at another company for remote support between us and our Canadian co-workers in Vancouver.Was just checking, didn't know if there were any newer "ways".thanks Mike & Hyppy
Maddogjew: Hey guys, I was wondering what I program I needed to stream tv over my home network and be able to change the channels. I'm using multiple tv tuner cards (4 NTSC and 4 Clear Qam and two ATSC also 4 hd cable boxes and 4 usb ir blasters) and I'd like to be able to watch any channel on any computer on my network at the same time. Any ideas?
FuturePastNow: I'm pretty sure MythTV would allow this since it does a server/client sort of thing, but it would require that all of the computers involved run Linux.
FuturePastNow: I'm pretty sure MythTV would allow this...
Benny_Hill: Sorry Maddogjew, I don't know of anything else.
zorgon: I'm asking because I'm mounting a multi-terabyte drive onto my OS X machine and the results are amusing (df claims -1.1TB free, for example).
nosajghoul: anyone know of a FF addon to view a page as IE would see it, but for ubuntu?I think the addon requires some M$ .dll files, which is why the 2 or 3 addons I did fint arent supported on linux. :(Basically I want to test my pages in IE w/o switching to the vista / 7 boxes. Only other option I see is to make a small app that when I push a button on this box, it reloads the app on that box, but that seems to be nuking it from orbit...
Maddogjew: Well, Linux isn't an option for me since I am a rabid gamer. I do appreciate that you took the time to answer my question, thank you.
Maddogjew: Well damn. I guess I could always dual boot but that is kind of a pain. Thanks.
HansensDisease: MythTV will probably run in that environment, but it could be too slow to be usable. Portable Ubuntu is faster than a separate virtual machine at least.
Maddogjew: HansensDisease: MythTV will probably run in that environment, but it could be too slow to be usable. Portable Ubuntu is faster than a separate virtual machine at least.I'll give it a shot. Thanks.
Mike: zorgon: I'm asking because I'm mounting a multi-terabyte drive onto my OS X machine and the results are amusing (df claims -1.1TB free, for example).That client/server combo's probably got a 2 TB limit then. I know Snow Leopard definitely handles volumes bigger than that though, so is this an older OSX?
zorgon: It is Tiger, but Apple claims the size limit for locally mounted filesystems on Tiger (past a certain n in 10.4.n) is ca. 8 exabytes. So this has to be some sort of Samba thing.
Barakku: Erm, another question, does anyone have any idea what's going on hen Steam hit an error while trying to update, and says steam.exe was deleted but the file is still there. Trying to delete the file manually doesn't work, says I need permission. I'm the computer admin, and the only account on the computer, what's the cause of this error? I've had the error before but don't exactly remember why, on occasion when trying to delete something it will say X folder is in use by another process and won't let me delete it. My AV isn't scanning so nothing should be using the files when I'm trying to delete them.
paleryder69: here is one more that might help too.from this page Link (new window)
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