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    Re: Adding Delay To Grub

    if I run that command (adapted for my system) will that grub install automatically detect the windows install?
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    Re: Adding Delay To Grub

    I checked my grub.conf file, it has a timeout of 5, and default is 1 (assuming 0 is the first listed, 1 would be the second listed, good ol linux logic). Windows is the second listed, so the default...
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    Re: Adding Delay To Grub

    Actually I had windows installed first, the MBR is being run by GRUB, but it defaults to windows right away, no timeout, just plops me right into XP, so I don't even have a chance to get into Linux...
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    Adding Delay To Grub

    Well, I just installed Linux on a laptop I got for work, which is fine and great. One minor glitch though, I can't seem to get into it. I used the Fedora Core 4 DVD, installed GRUB to the MBR, and...
  5. Re: Multiple Issues, Fedora Core 3, Presario V2000 Laptop

    There are linux drivers for this, and from what I can tell ndiswrapper is to use the windows drivers in linux. This laptop specifically uses the Intel PRO 2200 bg wireless card provided with most...
  6. Re: Multiple Issues, Fedora Core 3, Presario V2000 Laptop

    both sound and video issues have been sorted.

    The wireless card seems to be giving me trouble. It connects, gains an IP and will even go to the internet, but is extremely slow. When I boot the...
  7. Re: Multiple Issues, Fedora Core 3, Presario V2000 Laptop

    Well, I dont think I selected to install ALSA when installing the OS... silly me. At any rate, the drivers I think its using (really not sure exactly how to check, im more of a networking person)...
  8. Multiple Issues, Fedora Core 3, Presario V2000 Laptop

    I have been helping a friend get linux running on her laptop for the past couple days with moderate success. The laptop is a compaq presario V2000, the problem areas are with video and sound. It...
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    Re: Annoying network problems...

    You need to forward ports
    * Ports 5120 through 5300
    * Port 6500
    * Port 27900
    * Port 28900
    * Port 5121

    both UDP and TCP/IP
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    Re: Annoying network problems...

    You need to forward the ports for the game server to your computers internal IP address. Tell me which game you want to run and I will tell you what ports to forward in your routers setup page.
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    Re: IP not seen from some places ?

    no solution for you from me, but I strong suggestion you remove your IP from your post. That should be information you give out to as few people as possible;)
    Furthermore, after obtaining a...
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    Re: Having trouble with PcAnywhere

    You can't, the letters are just there as standins for numbers only he can know...
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    Re: Having trouble with PcAnywhere

    having never worked with PCAnywhere I am going to assume it is a VNC like client. Here is a setup for you.

    Computer 1:
    -Private IP : 192.168.1.XX1
    -PCAnwhere port: XXX1

    Computer 2:
    ...
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    Re: alternative to realplayer

    http://www.free-codecs.com/download/Real_Alternative.htm
  15. Re: TightVNC is on the machine, but still not able to connect remotely

    does your router have a DMZ? Set your box to the DMZ temporarly and see if that works.
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    Re: remote management?

    that Lan is connected to the internet in some method or another... I know it is, because I know you run folding:-D Im just saying, dont make it easy
  17. Re: Home WinXP network & Lynksys BEFSR41

    may wish to try installing a NetBIOS protocol on the computers, see if that helps
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    Re: remote management?

    To elaborate on what Ned said (excuse the pun), VNC is an UNENCRYPTED form of remote deskop management. Anyone with a proper packet sniffer could easily see whatever you are doing, not that I'd bet...
  19. Re: Home WinXP network & Lynksys BEFSR41

    are they both on the same workgroup?
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    Re: remote management?

    really... and thats on port 5900 you say?

    Anyhow, RealVNC is nice, but you may want to take a look at tightVNC. TightVNC provides better compression for slower (AKA internet) connections. As...
  21. Re: Problem networking two pc's with crossover cable

    try pinging 127.0.0.1, if that fails, reinstall the TCP/IP protocol for the network adapter.
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    Re: 3rd party dsl router drivers

    right click on my computer
    go to properties
    hardware tab
    device manager

    Do you have anything in there that has a yellow mark next to it? If so, tell us what.
  23. Re: Unable to install Farcry - multiple error messages

    http://download.microsoft.com/download/e/9/d/e9d80355-7ab4-45b8-80e8-983a48d5e1bd/msicuu2.exe
    run that and try again
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    Re: file between computers

    are they already networked so they can both be on the internet?
  25. Re: win98se laptop connecting to an XP network?

    are you getting an IP address?

    open a cmd prompt and type "ipconfig" Tell me what IP it gives you
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