On 22 Jan 2006, at 20:09, Ray Kelly wrote:
> Conor Wynne wrote:
>>> What about sage-ie? Its a doze networking question....
>> ilug'd be grand if ya dont mind "wipe the box & install $DISTRO"
> type replies
Actually, thats a fine solution. I have now tested win2K and winXP to
I've even tried leaving the wifi wide open to no avail, i.e.: not a
The routing table is the same on all boxes, as is the DNS table.
To prove the NIC(s) work, I connected it straight to IBB. OMG how bad
of an idea was that.
XP with service pack 1 got 11 viruses in 10 minutes online (without
ever launching internet explorer except for using windowsupdate). I
am forced to format the entire disk (both win2k & XP got the same
viral infestations, only XP was online) and try again, patch it first
Windows is officially shite, think I'll just install linux.
> sage-ie is by systems admins for systems admins no matter what
> they're forced to run :-(
>> Ray ..
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