There's a difference between someone who is paid to participate in a community forum versus someone who so happens to work for a tech company, is a member of a community, and makes it public that said person works for said company.
I've personally never spoken with lopoetve, but as a long time...
Actually, it's available at the cost of tuition :P
I got my copy as well from MSDNAA and three additional keys for fun :D I am also waiting for 2008 R2 to be posted. Sadly, my MSDNAA admin has no idea when that will be D:
I've noticed that using speed testers on the campus connection is unreliable because in my experience it depends on what type of traffic is passing through that will determine how much you can burst.
IIRC, all you have to do is unmount/remove the floppy drive from your VM settings. You'll notice when you create Windows VMs there's a mounted floppy image called "automate.flp" or along those lines. It's been awhile since I've used VMware Workstation and I don't have it installed at this moment...
Wow this is already coming up? I was thinking about participating but my schools application deadline for the team was the same night I learned about it. -_-
Actually I just checked, my region already finished on March 1.
Some MSI mobo (It's an nForce chipset with an onboard Quadro)
4GB DDR2 800
It's no super server but I work with what I have. The onboard SATA controller is not on the HCL but it is one of those that still works.
I plan to change it around a bit by...
It's been awhile since I've done it. If I recall correctly it's something like this.
auto br0 <-- Not too sure if you need this
iface br0 inet static
Alright here's a quick dirty rundown.
You've already installed bridge-utils. After that, all you need to do is modify /etc/network/interfaces and add a vbox interface.
iface br0 inet dhcp
Now add an interface
sudo VboxAddIF vbox0 YourUsername br0
It's in your settings of the VM under network. You'll see a drop-down menu (probably set to NAT right now) and set it to host interface. But then you'll need to set up host networking which is covered in the manual.
Look at section 126.96.36.199...
Sorry to hear VirtualBox isn't working out well. I love it and I haven't had any issues with it. I use it on Linux (Ubuntu 7.10 thru 8.10, Fedora 9 and 10), Windows XP and I've used the OS X version a bit.
I personally prefer it as my desktop virtualization program mainly because it works for...
I believe they use the admin group instead. In /etc/sudoers, you will notice everyone on in the admin group can sudo. in /etc/group, you will see that your account is part of the admin group.
As for why I use Linux, it's free and I like the idea of open source. And call me an oddball or...
Shouldn't all the subnet masks be 255.255.255.192?
Here's a simple chart we learned in class that is quite useful for doing subnetting questions by hand. The first column are your powers of 2. The second is their value which mean either number of subnets or total number of IPs (including...
RIT runs on tri-mesters meaning 3 quarters, 10 weeks each not including summer. That's why it is 184 hours to complete.
I go to RIT for NSSA and my first year was not worth it in my opinion. It is not till the second year where you start taking courses where you're actually learning something...
As far as I know, x264 is decoded using the processor only on Linux. Correct me if I am wrong. I have a X2 4200, 7600GT, MPlayer compiled from source and 1080 videos played with hiccups here and there.
A quick Google shows that nvidia cards have a h264 decoder but for Windows only unless...
I'm curious if anyone has or does run a virtualized router. What's your opinion on the idea? Security issues? Performance hit? Anything else to mention/take note of?
I currently have pfSense running on ESXi (it's free now for those that care) for my home network as a test/for fun thing right...
I don't use Vista so I am just assuming here.
I'll assume you change the ports the same way you do it in previous versions which you change a registry value. My suggestion is to make sure you're changing the right registry entry (and it is in decimal) because I was doing this one time and I...