I was just wondering if it is possible to install something like freevo on one of these minimal linux-thin clients. They are very attractive because they are so small, and have no moving parts/noise and are inexpensive. I would imagine that USB ports are good enough for extending storage...
Does this mean that the home machine has been infected with a virus or does a zombie machine have the username and password to the AOL account, or is someone just spoofing the return address. If you look at the headers, its recieved from plus.cz. I'm not sure if I'm reading the headers correctly.
Not sure if this is the right place to put it, but I can't seem to find any information on this sucker. Its a returned email.
Any idea on whats going on?
From: amavisd-new <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2005 14:43:41 +0200 (CEST)
Just a quick, and easy question for you experienced people out there.
I have a php script that takes the form input and throws it into a MySQL database from a 'textarea'
Now, the question I have is how to spit it all out again, formatted. Linebreaks and everything.
Anyone know how big the PIP box is, and the resolution that it has. Someone mentioned playing their Xbox on the PIP box as being a better alternative, and that sounds like a good idea given that its not incredibly small.
I'm looking for a way to grab .rb output files using something like wget. Wget doesn't seem to support the .rb extension. Basically, the .rb script generates output that I want to grab and parse in php. Any ideas would be appreciated.
What is your question? I know in debian we start and stop apache by typing apachectl [start | stop | status]. Check if you have a /var/www/, thats where you would put stuff. If it isn't there, check your /etc/apache/httpd.conf