Isn't windows fun <G>. Someone has a sense of humor. In my new assignment I am now the Administrator for Windows servers and SQL Servers! I asked it that was because a) no one else wanted windows (we're AIX/Linux/Netware) and b) I was low man on the totem pole. The answer was jokingly yes - plus I've worked with Windows before (guess my resume had to much info on it!). Well I do get to run Linux here and at home.
> From: Ernie Schroder <schroder@×××××.net>
> Date: 2006/01/25 Wed PM 02:36:51 EST
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [gentoo-user] OT: XP laptop crashes Linsys router.
> On Wednesday 25 January 2006 13:42, a tiny voice compelled
> brettholcomb@×××××××××.net to write:
> > Recheck (I assume you've checked it already <G>) his network settings. He
> > may have a bad card. Can you setup a network trace/sniffer on your linux
> > > email@example.com mailing list
> I played a bit with his laptop (damn it's a bi**h to do anything with winders)
> and found that "Internet Connection Sharing" was enabled. I disabled same and
> it seems to have done the trick. My God! I fealt like a noobie trying to
> fumble my way around that thing. Is there no way of restarting the network on
> Regards, Ernie
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