DSL was installed, up and running, in 45 minutes this morning, by http://www.tedroche.com domain to the new DSL, but need to convert it to the new server. It’s currently running on a beater P-166, and needs to be updated. But it works! We installed the Win2K server, a Linux workstation and a WinXP workstation on the network, and have installed WallWatcher on the WinXP box to watch the packets hit the router. A few dozen tries, mainly at port 137, but a hit or two at 1434 (SQL Server) and others as well.ace lineman, John. Steve and I confirmed it was working and set the DNS entries to update. I’ve moved the
Archive | February 11, 2003
More Legal Pains for Microsoft. An industry lobbying group tries again to put the brakes on the software giant. [The Motley Fool] The best quote: “It must be nice to sit around filing complaints and impeding market processes all day long. CCIA exists for this very reason.” I guess we shouldn’t stand in the way of monopolies doing their bundling. There are no market processes impeding a monopoly, and certainly not one previously found guilty of improper business practices. Honestly!