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    [ubuntu] Re: Evolution not working at Work??

    I would say the answer is most likely, yes they are firewalling off your connection. Usually policy for open wifi connections is that is is not unfettered access. typically limited to http/https...
  2. [ubuntu] Re: Internet Access great, flakey one-way LAN access

    sounds like tcp window scaling problems to me. But that is just a wild guess. I have had similar problems with Windows Vista/7/Server2008 and Linux as well. Differing implementations of RFC1323 do...
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    [lubuntu] Re: Full disk encryption

    Other than if you have an excessively tiny disk it might be difficult. I've done this a few times myself. Only issue is if you are extremely determined to remove every possible package installed by...
  4. [ubuntu] Re: Hard Drive Partitioning Problem: Previous Encryption the Culprit?

    While I cant explain your partition problems. Which sound like a hardware problem. The home folder encryption is not the problem as it does nothing with partitions. It works only on files and...
  5. [SOLVED] Re: One encrypted home for two Ubuntu versions

    From an encryption standpoint but without having done it myself using cryptfs (i maintain 2 homes via LUKS/LVM). I would have to say your best answer is going to be "Possibly". If you created the...
  6. [SOLVED] Re: Need something like dd but more space efficient

    or pass it through compression before writing to disk.

    dd if=/device/path | gzip > filename.gz
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    [all variants] Re: Limiting user access to one directory

    Chroot Jail is built in to OpenSSH.

    http://www.debian-administration.org/articles/590
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    [ubuntu] Re: VPN weird issue - ping returns 2 hosts!

    While I can't even begin to guess at the RDP issue. If it's Windows 7, I've had lots of issues with rdesktop to Win7. There is probably nothing wrong with your system as far as returning the 2...
  9. [SOLVED] Re: Can AES be taken by a known-plaintext attack?

    Well, then lets look at it from another direction then. Rijndael was adopted as AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) by the US Government and is approved by the NSA for top secret information.
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  10. [SOLVED] Re: Can AES be taken by a known-plaintext attack?

    LOL. Of course it's reversable ;) if not it would be a hash
  11. [SOLVED] Re: Can AES be taken by a known-plaintext attack?

    In a reasonable time? Unlikely.
  12. [SOLVED] Re: Can AES be taken by a known-plaintext attack?

    I am no crypto analyst, but I would probably say "that depends". But to my knowledge there are not any. And I think even if there was, it would depend on how AES was implemented as well and for...
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    [SOLVED] Re: How do you set up compcache?

    its actually already built into Ubuntu. See the following thread, last post on first page.

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1040087
  14. [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu Netbook -> Ubuntu - Power saving too aggressive

    hrmm. then I am not sure. i will have to let someone with more experience with the matter respond.
  15. [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu Netbook -> Ubuntu - Power saving too aggressive

    You can check the Power Management savings on the hard drive with

    "sudo hdparm -B /dev/sda" provided /dev/sda is the disk you are concerned with

    should give you and output similar to
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    [ubuntu] Re: IPTables Startup for NetworkManager Lucid

    Unless you have the need for complex NAT'ing, i would recommend skipping manual iptable configs and just use ufw.

    "sudo ufw enable" turns it on with auto boot start including network manager
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  17. [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu Netbook -> Ubuntu - Power saving too aggressive

    Under the Systems | Preferences Menu open up "Power Management"

    Can turn off hard disk spin down and display sleep for when on/off AC power.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Blanking a hard drive

    While just using output of /dev/zero is not enough to completely wipe it. Dban and the others are doing the exact same thing as the dd if=/dev/urandom commands above except it runs them many many...
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    [SOLVED] Re: SSH'ing into my network

    Yes. Or as the user above stated. SSH into box 1, then from there ssh to box 2.
  20. [ubuntu] Re: Help installing a Windows 7 ISO to USB So I can Install on another hd.

    Unfortunatly you can't do it purely from Ubuntu. Well you could, if you had access to a windows 7 system to copy the boot block. But if you could do that you would just use that box to make ISO to...
  21. [ubuntu] Re: Share internet connection via WiFi with WPA encryption?

    WPA and WPA2 do not work in ad-hoc mode. It has to be unencrypted and i "think" WEP works. If you have to have WPA you will need to look into settting up for Master mode. Which is entirely...
  22. Re: Do you think Ubuntu releases have too short a life span

    Correct me if I'm wrong here. But standard releases ARE supported for 2 years. LTS for 5. Solution: Don't upgrade. If you want to use hardy, then use it. If you need updated software on a more...
  23. [other] Re: DD and cloning external harddrives of different sizes

    Had another thought as well. can use ddrescue to output to a file instead of another physical disk. Not sure of the syntax off the top of my head but you can then mount the file as a virtual disk...
  24. [other] Re: DD and cloning external harddrives of different sizes

    There is no GUI for ddrescue, but then again there is not many commandline arguements for it.

    http://www.forensicswiki.org/wiki/Ddrescue has some examples.



    Nope.


    P.S. there are 2...
  25. [other] Re: DD and cloning external harddrives of different sizes

    I agree, if its readable file copy with rsync or other utility would be the easiest bet.

    if you must do a bit by bit copy then you would need to grab the whole disk rather than just a partition. ...
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