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  1. I am thinking about linking two computer, one with processing power and one with storage. But cannot decide with interface to use, i want something on the cheap side, but with 3Gbps+ speed, also don;t want to go via a switch or any other "hardware" in between, just a 1m cable. It would have been ideally to use 1Gbps ethernet with a cross cable, but i need something that can deliver 3Gbps+. The storage system is going to have Linux, but on the other one I haven't decided yet. It can be Linux or VMware ESXi, so the link has to be something that i can install drivers for in each system. Any ideas?
  2. Thanks, must have forgotten. I think switch is faster then if: if (k == 0) c = '-'; if (k == 1) c = '\\'; if (k == 2) c = '|'; if (k == 3) c = '/'; switch (k) { default: case 0: c = '-'; break; case 1: c = '/'; break; case 2: c = '|'; break; case 3: c = '\\'; break; }
  3. What is the best toolkit for .NET/Mono. As i know, winforms or GTK# are not the best choice for a cross-platform applications. I would like something that can be distributed with the application, without any need to a runtime installtion beside mono on POSIX.
  4. Today i was not feeling like working with anything particular, so i decided to work on a little emulation of progress bar in ANSI C for a console app. Was wondering if there is anything that can be optimized in the code below? #include <stdio.h> #ifdef __MINGW32__ #include <windows.h> #else #define Sleep(t) usleep((t) * 1000) #endif int main(int argc, char **argv) { if (argc < 3) return 1; int len = atoi(argv[1]); int step = atoi(argv[2]); int i; char buf[len+1]; char c = '-'; float fstep = (float)len / (float)step; for (i = 0; i < len; i++) { buf[i] = '-'; buf[i+1] = '\0'; } printf("[%s] %c %02.0f\%\r", buf, c, 0.0); fflush(stdout); for (i = 1; i <= step; i++) { Sleep(3); int j, l; for (j = 0; j < len; j++) { if (j < i*(fstep)) { buf[j] = '#'; l = j; } else { buf[j] = '-'; } buf[j+1] = '\0'; } if (i != step) buf[l] = '>'; int k = i%4; if (k == 0) c = '-'; if (k == 1) c = '\\'; if (k == 2) c = '|'; if (k == 3) c = '/'; float per = i/(float)step*100; printf ("[%-*s] %c %02.0f%% \r", len, buf, c, per); fflush(stdout); } printf("\r\n"); return 0; } Should be able to compile with GCC as well as mingw32. Attached are the screenshots of the application running on lenny and xp.
  5. I want to convert a SSH SOCKS proxy into a HTTP proxy. I can get an SOCKS proxy up by -D for ssh. But is there a way to convert it into a HTTP proxy (on client side). I could setup a HTTP proxy on the server, and port forward it, but i don't have install rights on the server, and some of the apps i use don't support SOCKS proxy. Any ideas...
  6. Does the user have access to CMD.exe. Have you tried to SFTP to the server. Have you tried with a local user or a virtual user in WinSSHd. I am running WinSSHd on Windows 2003 Standard (without DC), don't have any problems.
  7. I use WinSSHd from Bitwise [ http://www.bitvise.com/winsshd.html ]. It works like charm on Windows 2003. There is a free version for personal usage...
  8. How? Have tried gnu httptunnel but couldn't get it working with SSH, OpenVPN worked like charm. But now i can't install OpenVPN, my admin rights were revoked due to a new policy in act.
  9. I was just wondering is there any way i can connect SSH while I am behind an ISA proxy?..
  10. I am going to have a combination of Windows and Debian/Ubuntu on the network...
  11. I am going to deploy a machine with several Virtual Machines. But i need some sort of file share server in order to have all the files centrelized. I cannot afford more then what i have hands on, which is an old computer. I have been looking at some alternatives. - Samba (So far best resault) - SSHFS (unstable for me) - NFS - FTP - WebDAV Samba seems to be the winner right now...
  12. I am working on a windows shell for my tiny Asus Eee PC 901. But i can't seem to be able to recreate System Tray (aka. notification area). I don't wan't to use an extra application but have it integreated in my Shell. I am working in WPF and C#.
  13. The system looks like to be made for Win2k, i ran XP and a 733Mhz with 256 MB in ram it did struggle.
  14. Xandros is based on Debian, so it supports apt. For me Xandors from Asus was a bad experience, its repo was corrupted. Others seems to have better luck. Anyway here is way to get Xandros: http://sourceforge.net/projects/xepc/ .
  15. Try these: http://unattended.sourceforge.net/ http://search.yahoo.com/search?p=install+x...8&fr=megaup http://www.lockstockmods.net/2008/04/25/in...twork-with-pxe/ How to do it from a 1GB+ USB drive http://wiki.eeeuser.com/windowsxpusb http://wiki.eeeuser.com/restore_1000h http://www.eeeguides.com/2007/11/installin...b.html?fe5f1540 http://search.yahoo.com/search?p=eee+insta...8&fr=megaup Or just boot dos usb with xp install on it...
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