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Anybody remember this?  tomsrtbt

I had it on a floppy but I was still getting my feet wet and didn't really know what to do with it.  I had a lot of floppies with various Linux distros on them back in the daze.  The cool part was I did it mostly just hear that sound of a floppy being made!  Boy, did I have me a collection. 

 

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V.T. Eric Layton

The "official" website you linked to does NOT work for me.... https://www.toms.net/rb/ - NOT FOUND error. Here's a Wikipedia article, though... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tomsrtbt

 

Oh, and no... I don't remember it. Never heard of it, actually, but that don't mean anything. I wasn't ever a computer nerd like some of you folks. ;)

 

 

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1 hour ago, V.T. Eric Layton said:

The "official" website you linked to does NOT work for me.... https://www.toms.net/rb/ - NOT FOUND error. Here's a Wikipedia article, though... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tomsrtbt

 

Oh, and no... I don't remember it. Never heard of it, actually, but that don't mean anything. I wasn't ever a computer nerd like some of you folks. ;)

 

 

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That's odd.  The link I provided works for me.  Check the "s" after the https....that shouldn't be there.  http://www.toms.net/rb/

I just copied and pasted...  see, no "s".  Me a computer nerd?  lol.... 

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Ah, yes... I can open the non-secure http version in Seamonkey, but Firefox is having no part of that website. I have FF locked down pretty tightly. It won't even show me non-secure http:// pages.

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1 minute ago, V.T. Eric Layton said:

Ah, yes... I can open the non-secure http version in Seamonkey, but Firefox is having no part of that website. I have FF locked down pretty tightly. It won't even show me non-secure http:// pages.

I must not have FF locked down like Fort Knox....    I'm not familiar with the https only mode in the FF settings.  Would you suggest I do that?   

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Eric...I just enabled it and will give it a go.  I tested with a few sites I normally go to and no problemo.  Tnx for the info

 

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