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    I'm not sure about the C# part (I would imagine...

    I'm not sure about the C# part (I would imagine it would be done using Regex.Replace based on a quick googling), but one regex that would do the trick is this:


    \(#[^)]+\)
  2. Thread: Building Mozilla

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    I have, it's time consuming, so I switched over...

    I have, it's time consuming, so I switched over to using the binaries.
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    Well, the Standard Template Library stacks and...

    Well, the Standard Template Library stacks and queues aren't containers--they are container adapters. Which in the most basic of terms means that they are a wrapper around a container (they both...
  4. This is an external device, why would you need a...

    This is an external device, why would you need a driver for it? Just plug the ethernet cable in and set up DHCP.
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    Another route to go, if this is hosted on a *nix...

    Another route to go, if this is hosted on a *nix machine, would be to use ht://Dig ( http://www.htdig.org/ ). It's been around about ten years, so it's fairly solid.
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    I kinda figured it was written on the fly, but I...

    I kinda figured it was written on the fly, but I figured it was for a student--so, the logic is just as important as the functionality (at least back when I was in college it was). Which is why I...
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    That could be cleaner. First, you don't really...

    That could be cleaner. First, you don't really need to store the period or figure out what 'y' should be. Second, you check the string's front and back, then its back and front in the comparison...
  8. Thread: ftp and router

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    FTP is a two port protocol. It uses a "control...

    FTP is a two port protocol. It uses a "control channel" (port 21) which deals with the commands that go back and forth, and a "data channel" (port 20) which actually sends and receives files. So,...
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    For the most part I would agree with Skye on the...

    For the most part I would agree with Skye on the general issue. Depending on the load that the current database places on the server and the hardware that you have to work with, it might or might...
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    I'm not too sure about the specifics in foxpro,...

    I'm not too sure about the specifics in foxpro, but most DBs that use SQL have a ifnull(), nullif(), or coalesce() function that lets you do this. Typically they return the first parameter that is...
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    Although it's a little old, you can read the...

    Although it's a little old, you can read the post-halloween document ( http://www.linux.org.uk/~davej/docs/post-halloween-2.6.txt ) that Dave Jones (one of the 2.6 kernel developers) wrote when the...
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    Wrong answer! That's the 2.4 way. They rebuilt...

    Wrong answer! That's the 2.4 way. They rebuilt the build system for the 2.6 kernel. You just need to do:

    make menuconfig or xconfig or gconfig or config or oldconfig
    make && make...
  13. Thread: Downloading CGI

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    Nope, not if the server is configured correctly.

    Nope, not if the server is configured correctly.
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    You want timestamps on, read RFC 1323 "TCP...

    You want timestamps on, read RFC 1323 "TCP Extensions for High Performance". I put up a page on my site that goes over tweaking Linux on broadband ( http://www.santa-li.com/linuxonbb.html ) a while...
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    I could see them going after Novell, but UCB owns...

    I could see them going after Novell, but UCB owns the copyrights and IP on all the TCP/IP code, as well as a ton of other stuff, in SVR4. Also, UCB created a fork of SVR4/BSD4.4 (BSD 4.4-Lite), that...
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    If you are just getting the time from a stratum...

    If you are just getting the time from a stratum server, then you don't need to set up anything on the router. If, on the other hand, you want to act as a server (so that others can get the time from...
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    I'm happy enough to use Gentoo. They're working...

    I'm happy enough to use Gentoo. They're working on a Gentoo BSD and Gentoo MacOS X as well ( http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/gentoo-alt/ ), so by the time the SCO case gets finished court (it won't...
  18. Thread: SSL Certificate

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    Certificates aren't tied to IP addresses. So, as...

    Certificates aren't tied to IP addresses. So, as long as the server you are adding has the same domain name (same DNS name--for instance www.someurl.com), you only need one certificate. Therefore,...
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    Re: oo

    Remove the settings from /etc/sysctl.conf and reboot (you can manually reset them, but this is the least complex way to go).

    I don't know why I bother! I wrote a page that explains how to do this...
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    Thanks! :) I wrote that several months ago. ...

    Thanks! :) I wrote that several months ago. After posting leaner versions of it here and e-mailing it to my brother, my friends, my brother's friends, and my co-workers, I was getting sick of...
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    Re: o0o

    More difficult than hacking the Windows registry? All you really need to do is copy those lines of settings (at the bottom of my page) into /etc/sysctl.conf and run `sysctl -p`, then adjust the...
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    See this thread:...

    See this thread: http://forums.speedguide.net/showthread.php?s=&threadid=119206
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    I assume when you say into a div, you mean in the...

    I assume when you say into a div, you mean in the div element (in between the opening and closing tags), not into an attribute in the div tag. If that is the case, and the information you got from...
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    First, XHTML is basically HTML reworked to...

    First, XHTML is basically HTML reworked to conform to the XML specifications. It's not that different from HTML at all.

    The beauty of this is that you can use all the nifty things that you can...
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    I don't know if I'd classify myself as an "XML...

    I don't know if I'd classify myself as an "XML freak", but I know it well enough. What's the problem?
  26. Thread: stop a DDOS attack

    by Stu
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    If you are getting DDOSed your best bet is to...

    If you are getting DDOSed your best bet is to contact your ISP so that they can block the traffic that's DDOSing you--or assign you a new IP address. As for your router blocking the traffic from...
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    I'm not sure, it could mean your NIC--if it does,...

    I'm not sure, it could mean your NIC--if it does, according to the 8200's specs, you should use the 3c59x device driver (it's a 3COM 905C Tornado card). As for the CD thing, I'm at a loss--I'm a...
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    Assuming the laptop has a floppy and a network...

    Assuming the laptop has a floppy and a network card, then you are all set. Make a bootdisk then install via HTTP or FTP over the internet. Read the following sections of the Red Hat 9 Manual:
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  29. Thread: FTP and Security

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    I'd dump the ftp server idea altogether, too many...

    I'd dump the ftp server idea altogether, too many security issues--unless you already know how to deal with bounce attacks and crackers using ftp redirects. It's too much of a headache, in my...
  30. Thread: IT Security

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    You might also try the newsgroups, both ones on...

    You might also try the newsgroups, both ones on security and ones on bugs (like bugtraq). Also, if you can get to Pittsburg, PA for a week or two, Carnegie Mellon University (the folks who run...
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