You are making me look bad.I dragged your file into Libra with a copy and paste, then saved it. Now it's an ODT file.
So I went to the 631 link and searched for the file CNCUPSMF4100ZS.ppd and the search comes back, "No matches found".
I have no idea what kind of interface the printer is.
Am I supposed to Download CUPS V2.1.2? (8.4MB)
Your missing my point. I said it will help, but as a node on the internal network, it will not prevent it from responding to an attack. Linux will still respond to the attack, just a little slower. Also, a Linux box usually isn't the only device on the network to worry about (at least not on mine), there are other devices that will also respond. The best way to prevent the attack is at the connection to the ISP with a good firewall router. If your connection to the internet is provided by a linux firewall, by all means, be sure its OS is hardened and configured to prevent this sort of attack.But I don't. Because you said this:
Which is dead wrong.
Not arguing....just replying to the post.@eetech00
Please stop arguing with joeyd. That is not helping me stop my one wireless router and one computer from annoying my Internet Service Provider.
I don't know why formatting the C: drive and re-installing Vista didn't fix the problem when installing Ubuntu did fix it. Given that these are the only things I changed, I think you can stop arguing about why it's the routers job.
Yes! One should always avoid learning new things unless absolutely necessary!I'm just saying that I would exhaust every possible avenue within the OS I am familiar with before I would even consider a new OS. Heck, I'd find a new computer before I did that. But that's a Mac user perspective.
Right click desktop. Select "Create New Document" -> "Empty Document". (New document magically appears on desktop).ind out why Ubuntu doesn't seem to have anything that will make a .txt
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