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  Thread: IRC Etiquette
Post: RE: IRC Etiquette

(17-06-2014, 12:37 PM)jmbi Wrote: I agree, sometimes the elitism gets the best of us. I'll look into making some formal rules to make it a bit more welcoming for people looking for help. Thanks for ...
Lith Community & Forums Related Discussions 10 6,101 19-06-2014, 03:55 PM
  Thread: Unix screen-shots thread!
Post: RE: Unix screen-shots thread!

(13-06-2014, 11:35 PM)jmbi Wrote: getting a little artsy... <img src="http://i.imgur.com/cZ0Z504.png"></img> is bottomy still around here?
Lith Desktop Customization & Workflow 1,692 887,675 15-06-2014, 02:20 AM
  Thread: How did you hear about Nixers?
Post: RE: How did you hear about Nixers?

I found it on reddit back when it was still UnixHub. Now I only come by once every few months b/c most of my friends here left when it became nixers
Lith Community & Forums Related Discussions 44 17,585 04-06-2014, 12:52 PM
  Thread: A mascot for UH
Post: RE: A mascot for UH

I think having the admins face as the mascot is very strange
Lith Unix Related Arts & Image Manipulation Software 51 31,116 28-04-2014, 10:29 PM
  Thread: About the recent hacking.
Post: RE: About the recent hacking.

if this is the attitude taken towards data on the server then I will not be coming here anymore. some people like to know their data is secure, and if you guys think some basic ability to keep data se...
Lith Community & Forums Related Discussions 18 8,084 20-04-2014, 04:24 PM
  Thread: About the recent hacking.
Post: RE: About the recent hacking.

(19-04-2014, 08:36 PM)jmbi Wrote: chill your tits man I guess I just expected a little better attitude towards security, not "calm your tits man" when a major vulnerability was exploited and unpatch...
Lith Community & Forums Related Discussions 18 8,084 20-04-2014, 12:31 PM
  Thread: About the recent hacking.
Post: RE: About the recent hacking.

I nominate dcat, or dami, they seem to be good and have been nice to me
Lith Community & Forums Related Discussions 18 8,084 19-04-2014, 04:47 PM
  Thread: About the recent hacking.
Post: RE: About the recent hacking.

updating SSL does not require a reboot. idk what's worse, the fact that you didn't check to see if you had properly patched or the fact that you are relying on your VPS panel to reboot a system. eithe...
Lith Community & Forums Related Discussions 18 8,084 19-04-2014, 04:31 PM
  Thread: About the recent hacking.
Post: RE: About the recent hacking.

If you arent a sysadmin then you should not be running a website especially if you cant bother to update a package after a major vulnerability
Lith Community & Forums Related Discussions 18 8,084 19-04-2014, 04:15 PM
  Thread: Choice for a new community name.
Post: RE: Choice for a new community name.

(18-04-2014, 01:38 AM)Joomla12 Wrote: Oh, enjoy your pretentious leader. He doesn't know shit about security considering this place just got pwned so fucking easily. I must say Joomla12 has a good p...
Lith Community & Forums Related Discussions 21 8,311 19-04-2014, 03:08 PM
  Thread: About the recent hacking.
Post: RE: About the recent hacking.

as a unix sysadmin you should be shameful of yourself for having missed something like this
Lith Community & Forums Related Discussions 18 8,084 19-04-2014, 03:06 PM
  Thread: IRC Bouncers!
Post: RE: IRC Bouncers!

Can I have one please ?
Lith Off topic 4 2,834 14-04-2014, 06:06 PM
  Thread: Unix/Linux Security Myth ~
Post: RE: Unix/Linux Security Myth ~

(23-01-2013, 05:19 AM)venam Wrote: "WE" are not going to argue `ABOUT JAVA` here. lol! lol why not ?
Lith Security & Cryptography 18 9,641 22-03-2014, 11:49 PM
  Thread: I'm back!
Post: RE: I'm back!

me too! I havent been on here in awhile, good to be back
Lith Off topic 10 4,403 22-03-2014, 10:58 PM
  Thread: Unix Hub on google
Post: RE: Unix Hub on google

lol, on the basis of first come, first served.. he had it since 1999 i doubt he'll have any interest in this forum to be honest. Plus everyone on this forum are kids (even me) in that guys eyes.........
Lith Community & Forums Related Discussions 8 4,075 02-02-2013, 04:50 AM
  Thread: 2038 - The Borking of Unix Systems Across the World
Post: RE: 2038 - The Borking of Unix Systems Across the ...

(01-02-2013, 10:05 AM)29a Wrote: Sounds a lot like the old "Y2K" BS. I should hope to be using something better than a 32 bit system by 2038 anyway. :) by 2038... i hope we have 128 Bit windows n un...
Lith BSD 10 5,011 02-02-2013, 04:48 AM
  Thread: 2038 - The Borking of Unix Systems Across the World
Post: RE: 2038 - The Borking of Unix Systems Across the ...

0.o "blushes" damn lol
Lith BSD 10 5,011 30-01-2013, 09:04 AM
  Thread: 2038 - The Borking of Unix Systems Across the World
Post: RE: 2038 - The Borking of Unix Systems Across the ...

Heard about this... seems ridiculous to be honest... does windows have this issue? what about linux? why just unix? shit doesn't make sense or have i missed something? and by 2038 people should be on...
Lith BSD 10 5,011 30-01-2013, 08:19 AM
  Thread: First Time you used 'Linux' ?
Post: RE: First Time you used 'Linux' ?

Why not openbsd? :O
Lith GNU/Linux 96 41,017 24-01-2013, 09:48 AM
  Thread: Josh here
Post: RE: Josh here

Welcome 'sexy' lol...
Lith 7 3,729 24-01-2013, 09:48 AM
  Thread: Hello, I'm Conch.
Post: RE: Hello, I'm Conch.

(16-01-2013, 08:27 AM)Beastie Wrote: nope. Such lies. lol..
Lith 8 4,090 16-01-2013, 08:39 AM
  Thread: Looking for a vintage laptop/notebook.
Post: RE: Looking for a vintage laptop/notebook.

I would get a toughbook (if there was a Quad Core 16GB RaM 128GB SSD Version for me...... seems panasonic are 'tight' on system specs on toughbook series
Lith BSD 10 7,168 15-01-2013, 03:14 PM
  Thread: Hello, I'm Conch.
Post: RE: Hello, I'm Conch.

Neo, don't worry fella, im not a member on 'HF' place is a mess and most members are tards, i do check it now n then but me sign up? NEVAR ! lol
Lith 8 4,090 15-01-2013, 03:13 PM
  Thread: FreeBSD VPS hosting
Post: RE: FreeBSD VPS hosting

CaptainKnots 512MB dude? slap 1GB on it ya tight git xD :P Got any future OPENBSD servers on the go ?
Lith Desktop Customization & Workflow 5 3,580 15-01-2013, 07:03 AM
  Thread: Hello, I'm Conch.
Post: RE: Hello, I'm Conch.

Welcome Program. ! xD Conch From HF? 'Hard forum' ? if so i've seen that name once lol
Lith 8 4,090 15-01-2013, 07:02 AM
  Thread: Looking for a vintage laptop/notebook.
Post: RE: Looking for a vintage laptop/notebook.

What about the ugly 'Toughbook' series? by panasonic or if you want OLD OLD SKOOL Powerbook 540c ? they're famous in movies dating back the 90's They was featured in Assasins/Hackers/The net awesom...
Lith BSD 10 7,168 15-01-2013, 04:33 AM
  Thread: Mechanical Love
Post: RE: Mechanical Love

(13-01-2013, 10:55 PM)crshd Wrote: I've seriously been considering picking one up, but I feel stupid using an external keyboard on a laptop. But the KBT is seriously tempting, too. lol, same here yo...
Lith Hardware talk 66 31,425 14-01-2013, 12:08 AM
  Thread: toilet --gay "Hello"
Post: RE: toilet --gay "Hello"

(12-01-2013, 01:02 PM)Ivyl Wrote: [Image: http://ompldr.org/vaDFvYw] I'm from Poland and I'm still at University. I love all sane Unix-like systems. Minimalistic Linux Distros and FreeBSD are my f...
Lith 7 3,869 13-01-2013, 12:09 PM
  Thread: Looking for a vintage laptop/notebook.
Post: RE: Looking for a vintage laptop/notebook.

Specs matter? I would go down the 'IBM/THINKPAD route strong robust - just like my woman lmao.
Lith BSD 10 7,168 13-01-2013, 12:08 PM
  Thread: Question on Red Hat Linux 9 Shrike (2003)
Post: RE: Question on Red Hat Linux 9 Shrike (2003)

its not my 'job job' so to say, but i work for IBM, via windows 2003/2008 server platform because i've used those systems for many years business n personal use they wanted someone to know it a lot (w...
Lith GNU/Linux 3 2,499 27-12-2012, 04:50 PM
  Thread: Question on Red Hat Linux 9 Shrike (2003)
Post: RE: Question on Red Hat Linux 9 Shrike (2003)

Of course, i do 'part of my job' is to maintain some VERY OLD os's and keep them as secure in today's standards, plus it's a hobbie of mine like to see can an OLD os still be as strong n secure then t...
Lith GNU/Linux 3 2,499 27-12-2012, 03:01 PM
  Thread: Question on Red Hat Linux 9 Shrike (2003)
Post: Question on Red Hat Linux 9 Shrike (2003)

Hey guys anyone remember this old bad boy? RHL9 ? Anyway i know it's obsolete and been Discontinued since March 31st 2003, but i remember using this a long time ago for a server and it was awesome un...
Lith GNU/Linux 3 2,499 26-12-2012, 05:52 PM
  Thread: Unix screen-shots thread!
Post: RE: Unix screen-shots thread!

My eyes... im trippin lol Looks nice, didn't know there was an 'arch bsd' just thought it was arch linux.
Lith Desktop Customization & Workflow 1,692 887,675 26-12-2012, 09:45 AM
  Thread: Unix/Linux Security Myth ~
Post: RE: Unix/Linux Security Myth ~

Well just for safe measure i always put a rubber on my Ethernet cable (safe surfing goes a long way) lol....
Lith Security & Cryptography 18 9,641 25-12-2012, 02:55 AM
  Thread: Unix/Linux Security Myth ~
Post: RE: Unix/Linux Security Myth ~

Yea i understand that, but what im saying is, we all know the famous windows platform and its never ending problems on virus but what is the current state on virus attacks on linux/unix? is it none ...
Lith Security & Cryptography 18 9,641 24-12-2012, 03:07 PM
  Thread: BSD Distribution List
Post: RE: BSD Distribution List

Well i've just been 'scouting' the interwebz and they are saying 'PC-BSD is FREEBSD just with a GUI which is aimed at desktops and to be more friendly, i might actually give this a go on one of my lap...
Lith BSD 15 10,529 24-12-2012, 01:10 PM
  Thread: Unix/Linux Security Myth ~
Post: Unix/Linux Security Myth ~

Yes now you guys have heard it all before about 'linux/unix' being safe from trojans/worms/hacking attacks etc, but im just curious to, if any of you fella's on here actually run some type of Anti-vir...
Lith Security & Cryptography 18 9,641 24-12-2012, 12:59 PM
  Thread: Greetings From China
Post: RE: Greetings From China

lol that's the only way to tell.
Lith 15 7,243 24-12-2012, 12:53 PM
  Thread: I'm buying a server rack, which system should I use to host?
Post: RE: I'm buying a server rack, which system should ...

Everyone says here 'FreeBSD' but what about 'OpenBSD' if you're 'security mad' like i am lol... Plus openbsd got an award some years back for being the 'most secured operating system' 'freeBSD wasn't...
Lith Off topic 8 5,001 24-12-2012, 12:48 PM
  Thread: Why so inactive?
Post: RE: Why so inactive?

Rob, you learning 'C' because you're study or just want to know 'C' have you got the Book 'The C Programming Language' ? How old are you btw (if ya don't mind) and how long you been at 'C' ? what abo...
Lith Off topic 21 10,941 24-12-2012, 12:41 PM
  Thread: Greetings From China
Post: RE: Greetings From China

Welsh/Scottish/English same fucking thing to me xD All from the UK HEHE.
Lith 15 7,243 24-12-2012, 12:38 PM
  Thread: First Time you used 'Linux' ?
Post: RE: First Time you used 'Linux' ?

Linux today is probs the most laid back/user friendly OS, seeing as it has the GUI install plus all the packages not much need for the terminal in certain 'distros' Ubuntu xubuntu (my fav) Fedora Ce...
Lith GNU/Linux 96 41,017 24-12-2012, 12:32 PM
  Thread: BSD Distribution List
Post: RE: BSD Distribution List

Isn't FreeBSD the same as PC-BSD just with a gui ?
Lith BSD 15 10,529 23-12-2012, 04:07 PM
  Thread: FreeBSD/OpenBSD Books
Post: RE: FreeBSD/OpenBSD Books.

Just got my self all these books (prefer them in Paper base not pdf) and yes some are for 3.5 openbsd but like Neo said some still relevant. i hope someone in the future is gonna write us a new book.
Lith BSD 3 3,603 22-12-2012, 04:25 PM
  Thread: Added new forum: Philosophy and Licenses
Post: RE: Added new forum: Philosophy and Licenses

tutorial section is NEEDED can't wait for that.
Lith Community & Forums Related Discussions 5 2,782 22-12-2012, 03:36 PM