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  Topic: Ubuntu Linux
It has static ip settings, I can copy my /etc/network/interfaces if you would like it. And the connector is a little loose (I did it myself and I just haven't gotten around to fixing it.) I also have people at my house who seem to like accidentally turning my router off (I think they somehow yank the cable off.)

But the problem also occurs after a power outage, because my computer seems to start faster than my router. So when linux boots the router isn't yet ready to have devices attached to it.
Congratulations. That's awesome.
  Topic: Ubuntu Linux
I recently set up a computer with Ubuntu-server 6.10. I have everything working, but with one little problem.

If I loose my network connection (Cable gets unplugged, router get reset, etc.) I have to manually restart the network on the server by running "sudo /etc/init.d/networking restart".

This wouldn't be a problem, except that it is a server and without my network doesn't function (It's the local DHCP and DNS server.)

Is there any way that I can have it automatically reconnect?
the %comspec% lines downloads the named exe files from a TFTP server (the ip addresses ) and then starts what they downloaded.

The %systemroot% line appears to just open the event viewer - I'm not sure what the /s option does.

EDIT: @ SamSunny - the file could've renamed and moved itself and still be running.
Happy Birthday Guys
I ski. There hasn't been much snow in the northeast. But with the recent cold temps they've been able to make the snow and cover most of the mountains. I got some good skiing in Saturday.
Happy Birthday
  Topic: Got a job!
HP Servers

There's no price listed, but imagine running an HHP Integrity Superdome Server with sx1000 chipsetup to 64 processor/128 core (Intel Itanium 2 processors or mx2 dual-processor modules) (The one on the bottom, right.)

64 1.6GHz dual core processors, 1TB RAM...
Here's a question for you guys. Is 3.0 backwards compatible. Because I think Microsoft made a big mistake when they didn't make 2.0 backwards compatible with 1.1. It would be much better if 3.0 could also run apps that require 2.0 or 1.1.