#debian - Tue 20 Feb 2007 between 09:54 and 10:00

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rpc<raf256> rpc: did you stop beating up your wife?
raf256rpc: you started it
valdyncreature: patches contain information like preceeding and follow lines and line numbers. If those values can be get to matched you get no error, if there's a somewhat fuzzy match you get a warning
rpc<raf256> Redhatter: well, and you are killing babies
Thmsvaldynno
sidjsterchickens cant even shoot someone
jazbo2185is there a tool that will stitch photos together into a panorama? I want one that does it automatically (not manually like hugin)...
rpcraf256: you are acting lame and you yet want me to apologise? that's ridiculous. just go away.
sidjsterwhats the deal with wifebeating anyway
rpcsidjster no clue, guy has some personal problems if you asked me lol
creaturejazbo2185: You may try asking in #photogeeks.
raf256<rpc> Redhatter can't you see that he is just trying to learn how to attack and find holes? <rpc> raf256 polish lame ass. <rpc> raf256 you bad polish boy
rpcraf256 polish lame ass was right after you said about beating someone's wife
tarzeaujazbo2185: http://homepage.hispeed.ch/flowe/digifoto/panotls/index.htm
rpcraf256 and i will say it again if you like?
raf256sidjster: he lied that I am trying to hack some computers, so I lied he is beating his wife, seems even
creaturevaldyn: Hmm. As an *entirely* unrelated point (honest), if I were to screw up my /etc/init.d/rc my system will not boot at all. Not even to single-user mode. Right?
sidjsteryou guys are nuts
raf256rpc: I wonder will staff approve this
valdyncreature: wrong
rpcraf256 i said that your question had nothing to do with debian
sidjsterstaff is not going to be happy
at all
creaturevaldyn: Ok, well let's say I replace it with a hosed file. Will I still be able to boot, login as root, and restore it from backup?
rpcraf256 and worry about yourself first of all
rolandlakramphi: good day to ya :D
sidjsterthis was the best #debian day yet
amphig'day rolandlakr
valdyncreature: if you /etc/init.d/* is hosed, then you cannot boot using the default init program. That program is just the first program to be run by the kernel. That default can be changed to whatever, like /bin/bash. That would boot you to a shell prompt, no login
raf256rpc: I need scanner to secure my own box, not to attack others
rpcraf256 so go and google it out, it's all there on the web
concept10Anyone have Cairo knowledge? What does cairo have to do with the clearlooks theme engine? Does it draw the buttons?
actioncreature 's eyebrows shoot up.
creature's eyebrows shoot up.
amphiraf256: you can use t3h g1bs0n to remote scan yourself
rpcraf256 and asking such questions will always cast a shade on you
creaturevaldyn: That's astonishing. Surely not.
raf256rpc: still you insulted me and made personal remarks
amphiraf256: you can use /ignore
valdyn!i forgot root's password
dpkg1) 'linux init=/bin/sh' at a lilo boot prompt (hold Shift while booting to make one appear), 2) 'fsck' your root file system, 3) 'mount -o remount,rw /', 4) 'passwd root' 5) 'mount -o remount,ro /' 6) reboot -d -f (exec /sbin/init should work); For GRUB (e.g. sarge): in step 1, press 'e' to edit the kernel setting (add init=/bin/sh to the end of it), 'b' to boot. Steps 2-6 are the same.

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