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  1. DustyBin


    This logo is a optimized .gif what i done in photoshop, feel free to use. I will do some variations of it when i get time.
  2. anyweb, the reason why you have had problems is down to installing mixed packages. If you installed most of PCLinuxOS from a bootable CD and the apt repositories (/etc/apt/sources.list on debian) are for a newer version of the distro that was on that CD there will be conflicts, this has happened to me quite a lot on debian before i knew what i was doing. Its IMPORTANT to check to make sure your using the correct repositories what match the version of your running distro before you perform any kind software update. If the repositories are for a newer version of your currently distro you would e
  3. aye ive sorted out debian problems with dist-upgrade many of times
  4. 525 days? jeeze that is a LONG time, especially for a laptop too!
  5. DustyBin


    I like those logos, especially with the use of the tux, but from a technical point of view, the dont look visually as good as they should, the outlined fonts look very rough, and the type setting and font choice could be improved, so on that note i'm going to power up photoshop and do some new versions.
  6. IMO changing the forum headings to use upper and lower case would make a huge difference to how the forums are presented, at the moment the forums look like user posts and some of the titles should be shortened with the descriptions underneath, would look a lot better if they looked like this: News Linux News Hello General chat Polls Site Look And Feel, Suggestions, Problems, Whatever.. <-- shorten this About To Start Using Linux... <-- shorten this Kernel Related etc..
  7. #linux-noob on Efnet is where I learnt almost everything I know about linux to this day. linux-noob ftw ...in the next coming weeks I'm going to update some existing tutorials on this site and do some fresh ones.
  8. DustyBin

    Hello world

    you could ban me but i might come back as: DustyBin_2 tehehe
  9. Aye this does look nice indeed, i'm deciding to use either BSD based pfsense or this, this has a big advantage as it can handle ADSL modems, pfsense doesnt. My final plan is to replace my netgear router with a box what is a firewall, router, adsl modem and wireless, this software looks up for the job.
  10. TARGET MACHINE apt-get install bind9 edit /etc/bind/named.conf.local zone "yourdomain.net" { type master; file "/etc/bind/zones/yourdomain.net.db"; }; zone "0.168.192.in-addr.arpa" { type master; file "/etc/bind/zones/rev.0.168.192.in-addr.arpa"; }; mkdir /etc/bind/zones edit /etc/bind/zones/yourdomain.net.db yourdomain.net. IN SOA ns1.yourdomain.net. admin.yourdomain.net. ( 0000000001 28800 3600 604800 38400 ) yourdomain.net. IN NS ns1.yourdomain.net. yourdomain.net. IN MX 10 your
  11. Ive read lots of 'how-tos' on how to do this but none of them worked on there own, I managed to get it working by merging bits of information together and heres how i got it working on Debian Etch, this might work on Debian Sarge too. TARGET MACHINE apt-get install postfix-tls sasl2-bin libsasl2 libsasl2-modules << stuff required for postfix apt-get install popa3d << this is the pop daemon for downloading mail from server edit /etc/default/saslauthd and make sure these lines say: START=yes MECHANISMS="pam" edit /etc/postfix/sasl/smtpd.conf if
  12. Windows xp still lives on one of my partitions but this will be removed once i get a Mac running OS X so i can run multimedia appz like photoshop. There will be no place for Vista or infact any other Microsoft product at home.
  13. I use Debian on both boxes at home, nice solid stable distro.
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