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    EEEPC 701 - Ubuntu 8.10 with KDE 4.1, BT4 booting of an SD card.<br /><br />AMD Athlon X2 3,2 Ghz, 4GB RAM, ATI Radeon 4870.<br /><br />P4 running a homeserver (SSH, Squid, Webmin, OpenVPN, DNS, Samba, CUSP)<br /><br /><br />

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  1. Excellent, thank you for your suggestions. However there might be a problem with this script since the images are not embedded using plain HTML because I am using them in a jQuery script (slideshow). Although this should probably work anyway if I just point the jQuery script to for example: <img src="http://example.com/rotate.php?img=gorilla.jpg"> Hmm not sure how well php and javascript plays toghether in this matter, well I'll just try to configure the script and report back to you once I have a result :)
  2. Well hello again! I'm developing a website for a company and they have requested to have two "templates" of sorts.. One for spring/summer and one for autumn/winter. The switch between the templates only consist of some replacements of image files. So it's not that sophisticated, however I've became quite busy these days I'm looking for a script to automate this process. Preferably I'd like it to run server-side, however it won't be an issue if not. Does anyone know any software for this purpose? Maybe you could automate two FTP actions to run on certain dates? Thanks! :)
  3. I'm guessing this black magic is Google Adsense's work...
  4. Thought I'd share some more stalking: Embedded Youtube vid:
  5. I've seen on several sites but the one I posted above was from hackint0sh.org I think :-) Yes, my cookies are now cleared. Sorry Darren :-(
  6. Hello once again. Just a quick question, am I the only one getting stalked by Darren across the interwebs? :) / gEEEk
  7. I've heard Metasploit runs on iPhone. Not great but it'll run. I usually carry a couple SSH,VNC,RDP clients. Easily found in the AppStore. "Veency" is a pretty good VNC server for the iPhone. There are a couple of pretty decent Network Scanners in the AppStore that can map out printers and various NICs. Pirni is a pretty good "packet capturing"-software that runs natively on the iPhone. However, when analyzing the packets I would recommend a computer. :-) Hope it helps! / gEEEk
  8. Apparently what solved it was that I set the "body width" to a certain value. That fixed it :) Thanks. EDIT: Well it sort of fixed it, but instead it made the whole site alligned to the left, whata jesus.. "
  9. Hey guys. So I'm testing my site in browser labs to see it the some browsers. The thing is that it looks very weird in Firefox versions <4 for Windows. To describe it, it looks sorta like the contents of the site is "dragged" to the left. I'm using partial CSS position and some positioning inside the HTML. With DIV tags ofc. My first thought was the doctype is wrong? I'm using HTML 4.01 Strict FYI. :) Thanks!
  10. EDIT: Fixed it, as mentioned the path to jQuery was set incorrectly. Working great now. Thanks guys! :D
  11. Ain't nuttin on my MIND fool!

  12. Hello again. I'm using a pretty sleak jQuery script that does a pretty cool transition to every page. For a more smooth navigation. Works great when I try it "locally", but once I upload it to my webserver it just stops working. Why is this? &lt;script type="text/javascript" src="jQuery/jquery-1.4.1.min.js"&gt;&lt;/script&gt; &lt;script type="text/javascript"&gt; $(document).ready(function() { $("body").css("display", "none"); $("body").fadeIn(2000); $("a.transition").click(function(event){ event.preventDefault(); linkLocation = this.href; $("body").fadeOut(1000, redirectPage); }); function redirectPage() { window.location = linkLocation; } }); &lt;/script&gt;
  13. Digip, my gratefulness can not be converted to words. But I'll try, thank you good sir. :)
  14. Allright, so I am building a site and I thought it was sorta ready to be deployed. But when I ran it through some testing using browser labs, it looks fine in just about any "relevant" browser. But when I get to IE and Firefox 3 the site gets some weird outline outside the DIV tags. Screenshot below (sorry 'bout the size) Help would be very much appriciated.
  15. gEEEk

    What To Charge?

    Well not really their code since the designer just gave me a PSD document. So the code is all mine. However, I recon it's gonna take some time. It's not really a complicated site, but it's got loads of content. I think I'll probably go with 300$, since this is really my first "real" deal. And I don't want to scare anyone off. Thanks for all the responses! :)
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