Posts Tagged ‘prompt

Yesterday eve I had to add a laptop to my network which is using MAC address filtering. The laptop ran Windows Vista and I tried to locate its MAC address by using the good old ipconfig within a command prompt. This gave no results as apparently the network details only get listed once an actual […]

Today using the version of Pidgin that came with Fedora 10 I received the following certificate prompt: Accept certificate for ows.messenger.msn.com? The root certificate this one claims to be issued by is unknown to Pidgin. The majority of cases of unknown certificate issuers are due to the chain of trust breaking down. This break down […]


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