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  1. Tenzer


    There are lots of servers available, just check the in-game server browser :)
  2. Wouldn't it be better to set up a pfSense router box instead? It can handle multiple WAN links, so you don't have to do "hacks" like what you have done :)
  3. Find some task you find boring or trivial and make it automatic, that can be reordering of files, looking up information about something on the internet or what not... That is what many find as a motivation I think.
  4. Tenzer


    Warsow is build upon the QFusion engine which is based on the Q2 engine: http://www.warsow.net/wiki/index.php?title=About#Engine
  5. I have a Mitsubishi Colt I've bought last year from new: Mine have aluminum rims though. Specs: 1332 CC 95 hp Topspeed 170 km/h 0-100 km/h in 11,1 sec
  6. Take a look at their services page, it shows various different ways to interact with their page.
  7. Tenzer

    x.org too short?

    Have a look at this FAQ entry: http://www.pir.org/index.php?db=content/FA...ant&id=1#q6 Do you want an address to send that to? ;)
  8. Btw, it's spelled "Debian" ;) http://www.debian.org/
  9. Well, I have a torrent client running on my Linux server here at home, and it's running rTorrent - A cli torrent client written in C (I think?): http://libtorrent.rakshasa.no/ It's set up to check a certain folder every once in a while for new .torrent files, and starts downloading them automatically when it finds them. I also have set up a webinterface for it rTorrent, in order to easily start/stop/delete torrents, instead of having to SSH into the server. For the webinterface I use wTorrent found here: http://www.wtorrent-project.org/trac/ I got a really slick AJAXy interface where you also are able to add new torrents and what not. Maybe this could be the base of something?
  10. Have a look at http://opensourcecms.com/ I think it's the groupware section you should look for in this matter, but I'm not sure as I haven't looked for such a system before.
  11. This was my search (where it shows up first in the list): http://www.google.dk/search?q=open+source+java+irc+client I also found this documentation on the IRC protocol: http://www.irchelp.org/irchelp/rfc/
  12. Well, as moonlit said... The number "2" in "Core 2 Duo" means the second version of the "Core Duo" processor, and it have no reference to the amount of cores.
  13. First result on Google: http://jircii.dashnine.org/
  14. Heh, I've got a DL-320 (I think that's what it called. The 1U version) with dual P3 1.3 GHz, 2GB RAM and 2 x 18 GB 15.000 RPM SCSI drives that I'm not using too. I need a datacenter somewhere to put it up, if I ever find a use for it, as it's simply too noisy to have running at home. These servers are probably best a web or database servers, as their storage is fast but there isn't much of it. Gameservers are also an option, I have brought a rack server to a LAN party before to run BF 2 gameservers from it :)
  15. Have you tried? - It just redirects to http://www.hak5.org/ which doesn't do any good. Then he have to insert the IP address and hostname in the hosts file on the PC, in order to circumvent any DNS blocking.
  16. Well, it seems like you are talking about layer 3 switches, and I am talking about layer 2 - That's where we go wrong of each other...
  17. That is wrong digip. A normal layer 2 switch (which I presume we are talking about, unless otherwise mentioned) doesn't have any ARP table, and doesn't send any packets at all on it's own. ARP is used for having a relation between IP addresses and MAC addresses, and since layer 2 switches aren't aware of IP addresses, they don't use ARP. Instead they have a list of which port they last seen a certain MAC address at. Normal unmanaged switches doesn't have an IP address, you have to get a layer 3 switch in order to have that.
  18. Do you have an example of this? I can't remember that I have seen such feature, at least not on an unmanaged switch, but I don't manage switches that often. Managed switches do have certain switch protocols like spanning tree and network discovery protocols which are probably used for it. The point about swapping the connector pairs in the port, and see how the other device acts on this probably doesn't work, since most never network interfaces also have this ability.
  19. http://www.last.fm/user/Tenzerdk - Have a look if you want to know :)
  20. It is good to see a Dane opening some cans of woopass ;)
  21. You make it sound like it's a bad thing that you have to install plugins in order to get some of those features, why so? I see it as an advantage, it makes the application modular and more stable, since you could just uninstall a plugin if it isn't stable. You can remove features you don't use, making the editor faster and more stable. You get more features through plugins, as other developers can make more specific plugins which targets features only few people are using, where you may be one of them. It's all like with a vanilla Firefox, it is outperformed by Opera by far features wise, but when you take the addons into account the roles are turned around...
  22. The code is already indented, just look at the code in the code box. It however isn't when copy/pasted from the code box, which can be quite frustrating. Maybe using some kind of pastebin would make it easier with this amount of code? It also features line numbering and syntax highlighting.
  23. Let me know if you are going to need some European servers for Warsow, I can help you out in that matter ;)
  24. The "}" bracket on line 46 looks odd to me, are you sure it should be there? The code is very hard to get a proper overview of, as long as you use that many if statements and when they are nested like that. What editor are you using when coding? If you are using an editor with syntax coloring and which shows linenumbers it really helps out when debugging the code. For Windows I can recommend Notepad++: http://notepad-plus.sf.net/
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