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    Re: Post your CTRL+V's

    8. Is your son obsessed with "Lunix"?
    BSD, Lunix, Debian and Mandrake are all versions of an illegal hacker operation system, invented by a Soviet computer hacker named Linyos Torovoltos, before the...
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    Re: Post your CTRL+V's

    /sys/devices/virtual/vc/vcsa7/uevent
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    [lubuntu] Re: TOR Browser

    I take security seriously, but I haven't lost the ability to have fun on the internet. I do it all the time! And you can have very good, if not near-perfect anonymity depending on which adversaries...
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    [lubuntu] Re: TOR Browser

    I understand that a powerful determined adversary will not be stopped by Tor, for long. But it is still very effective for defeating dragnet surveillance, and unless you're already being closely...
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    Re: Post your CTRL+V's

    The Institute for Historical Review publicly offered a reward of $50,000 for verifiable "proof that gas chambers for the purpose of killing human beings existed at or in Auschwitz." Mel Mermelstein,...
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    [lubuntu] Re: TOR Browser

    So are you saying, that if you are trying to evade government spying, it would be better to NOT use Tor? At least with Tor there's a very good chance that the exit node is not malicious, but with...
  7. Get KDE to open shell scripts with bash by default

    It use to be that shell scripts would be run by bash when double clicked in Dolphin (or when "kde-open script.sh" is run), but now for some reason it opens it by default in a text editor. How can I...
  8. [kubuntu] Kickoff in KDE freezes plasma-desktop

    I had just rebooted my laptop after 70 days of uptime, so I'm not sure if it's the large amount of updates to KDE that were installed without rebooting or what, but anyways, when I boot up my...
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    [lubuntu] Re: TOR Browser

    Just because Tor is theoretically vulnerable to timing attacks doesn't mean it gives you LESS security, in fact it would give you more in that respect.

    Malicious nodes are a problem, but a well...
  10. Thread: security

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    [ubuntu] Re: security

    The PRISM thing isn't that the NSA can make requests, it's that they actually use OPTICAL WIRE TAPS (hence the name, PRISM) to siphon all data to them. Read some of the leaked slides, nearly all our...
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    [ubuntu] Re: security

    So then, is this not true?
    http://www.marketoracle.co.uk/Article40836.html

    I thought there was a leak about the NSA having backdoors into Windows after Windows 95.
  12. [lubuntu] Re: How to save bastille config file in memory flash?

    I used it and it seemed to work OK...
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    [lubuntu] Re: TOR Browser

    Tor is like a multi-hop proxy, the Tor browser is just Firefox configured to use Tor out-of-the-box.

    It is of course slower because it routes everything through 3 random nodes scattered all over...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Help with a Script

    Yeah, don't ever put passwords in a file as plaintext. I'll answer your question though, just so you know.


    echo 'my password' | sudo -S command
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    [kubuntu] Extra /lib directories in /?

    A few new directories are now present in / that I don't remember before. I have /lib, /lib32, /lib64, and /libx32. I don't remember ever having /libx32... And I don't remember /lib32 either (I...
  16. Re: Mame (arcade game emulator) with Cave SH3 driver?

    bump
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    Re: Post your CTRL+V's

    order best is tell that The you thing can about jokes BitTorrent them in any
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    [ubuntu] Re: Good VPN for Ubuntu?

    I would avoid free VPNs if I were you.
  19. [kubuntu] Re: Syslog being polluted with a bunch of crap

    Well, it looks like this now.

    [5566567.885525] CPU3: Package temperature above threshold, cpu clock throttled (total events = 620382512)[5566567.886519] CPU3: Package temperature/speed normal...
  20. [kubuntu] Re: Syslog being polluted with a bunch of crap

    So is this correct?


    # Default rules for rsyslog.#
    # For more information see rsyslog.conf(5) and /etc/rsyslog.conf


    #
    # First some standard log files. Log by...
  21. Re: Mame (arcade game emulator) with Cave SH3 driver?

    I tried to compile it myself with "apt-get source mame". I put the driver, cavesh3.c, in the drivers folder with all the others, then ran "apt-get source --compile mame" to compile it. Everything...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Good VPN for Ubuntu?

    I can understand avoiding free VPNs, but Tor? Tor can be trusted far more than any VPN can, because you don't have to place absolute trust in any one node, whereas with a VPN you do. As for...
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    Re: Post your CTRL+V's

    ecume et vague de l'âme
  24. [kubuntu] Re: Syslog being polluted with a bunch of crap

    I am running Folding@home and several other (unrelated) programs that use up a large amount of CPU, so I am almost always at 100% load. My computer is a laptop, but it's a gaming laptop and has very...
  25. [kubuntu] Re: Syslog being polluted with a bunch of crap

    And how do I prevent the power package limit notifications?
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