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    Re: Dynamically scheduling tasks

    I would use Python with psychopg2 (depending on your DB) and the datetime library. Pull out the datetime and determine the timedelta of the programme. Then use Python's subprocess functionality to...
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    [kubuntu] NTP updating with the wrong time

    I've been trying to fix the clock on my laptop for a while now. It appears to constantly keep updating to UTC rather than my local timezone (MDT).

    The datetime config through the system settings...
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    [ubuntu] Re: SSH Config + Github

    I figured it out. So, it helps when you spell correctly.
    IdentityFile not
    IdentifyFile.
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    [ubuntu] SSH Config + Github

    I'm trying to create a ~/.ssh/config file to handle multiple ssh users and seem to be doing it wrong.

    For my specific problem I'm trying to get a Github account to work correctly.

    I have a...
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    [kubuntu] HDMI Dual Monitor on a System 76 Laptop

    I am unable to get 2 external monitors to work with my new System 76 laptop.

    If I boot with both VGA and HDMI plugged in the screens eventually go black and nothing seems to happen (I believe it...
  6. [SOLVED] Re: How to setup "static IP" locally for port forwarding

    I was eventually able to find a solution that worked for me.

    Here
  7. [SOLVED] How to setup "static IP" locally for port forwarding

    I've read through a lot of posts about static IPs but I can't seem to understand them or don't know if they apply to what I'm trying to do.

    I have a few machines behind a linksys router. My ISP...
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    [SOLVED] Re: New Install Non-Responsive

    I seem to have stumbled on to a solution. During the most recent installation I chose not to install 3rd party software. Everything is working fine now.
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    [SOLVED] New Install Non-Responsive

    I had one of my boxes (desktop) setup with a dual-boot (Kubuntu 12.04 and Vista). I decided I had no need for Vista and decided to format the entire drive and start from scratch with a pure Kubuntu...
  10. [ubuntu] Re: Using iptables, hosts.allow/deny, or other to lock-down a system

    Thank you for the responses. Unfortunately I don't have physical access to the server so I will test this on my home desktop before I apply this to the server I'm trying to lock-down.

    I don't...
  11. [ubuntu] Re: Using iptables, hosts.allow/deny, or other to lock-down a system

    Is it not possible to lock-down a system using these files? Maybe I need another approach?
  12. [ubuntu] Using iptables, hosts.allow/deny, or other to lock-down a system

    I have a server running Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS (Server). Ultimately I want to try and lock-down this server so that the following occurs:

    Allow communication from all sources via ports 443 and 80...
  13. Re: Python subprocess.Popen inconsitent failure

    I figured out what the problem is but I have no idea how to fix it.

    The problem has something to do with using Paramiko to open an SSH connection.

    Script 2:


    def clone(self, module):
    ...
  14. Python subprocess.Popen inconsitent failure

    I'm completely baffled and don't really know where to start.

    I have two scripts that manage Git repositories. One script is used by several developers to help with cloning, check-ins and see...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Mount a Cisco-connected network drive

    OMGOMGOMG...I just got it to work! Thank you so much!

    So for posterity I'll put my exact steps so this might be useful for others.

    Start by creating a directory where you want to mount the...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Mount a Cisco-connected network drive

    I apologize but you are going to have to be a little more verbose with me. I'm not sure what you are talking about.

    Are you saying that I need to literally have smb://server/share or that I need...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Mount a Cisco-connected network drive

    Ok, I went into the Dolphin folder browsing interface (I assume that's what Nautilus is?). I dug around on the Network icons and finally found it!

    Clearly the computer can see the drive but now I...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Mount a Cisco-connected network drive

    The model is SAMSUNG HD204UI.

    There is already a share setup through the router and we can easily see it available on the Windows boxes throughout the office.

    I cannot find any information...
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    [SOLVED] Mount a Cisco-connected network drive

    I have a very specific problem to solve. I've read a few how-tos explaining how to mount a network drive and I can't seem to get it working.

    I have a network drive connected directly into a Cisco...
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    [kubuntu] Re: Alt+Tab Animations

    bump
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    [kubuntu] Re: Alt+Tab Animations

    bump
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    [kubuntu] Alt+Tab Animations

    How is everyone liking 12.04? I have to say, I'm super happy with it so far! I've had no issues at all and have been having a blast setting all my preferences. :P

    I do have a question about the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Clone Monitor -> Extended Desktop

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    [ubuntu] Re: Clone Monitor -> Extended Desktop

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    [ubuntu] Re: Clone Monitor -> Extended Desktop

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