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    Re: Restrict Access to Dansguardian only

    A possible alternative is apparmor/selinux. Both say they are able to restrict root access. I don't know how I would go about implementing that, tho. Apparmor appears to be installed by default in...
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    Re: Restrict Access to Dansguardian only

    The problem is the password. If you're the admin user, then no amount of effort will completely block you from dansguardian's internals. We need something similar to net nanny. They have an...
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    [kubuntu] Re: Block a package update in KPackageKIT

    KPackageKIT doesn't respect dpkg hold, or even aptitute hold.

    It will recognize pinning from APT, though. Check out this how to for APT pinning.

    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/PinningHowto
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    Re: Restrict Access to Dansguardian only

    In answer to the first problem, how about this?

    dansguardian, /danguardian, /*/danguardian, /*/*/danguardian

    combine this with disallowing the mv and copy commands with these as args, or rather...
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    Re: Restrict Access to Dansguardian only

    There might be one way. Get an old computer, Pentium 4 level or so, with an internal ethernet router card and wireless card. install linux on it and dansguardian, and use that computer as a...
  6. Re: HOWTO: Install Dansguardian on a single desktop

    the files you need to edit are in /etc/dansguardian/lists

    comment out everything in these two lists, by placing a "#" in front of every line that doesn't have one.

    gksu gedit...
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    [ubuntu] Re: HELP please for Lilypond installation

    I need help installing Lilypond. I get dependency errors when it tries to install texlive and related packages. I tried 'sudo dpkg --configure -a' and 'sudo apt-get install -f', even reinstalled it...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Problem instaliing realtek alsa driver

    You didn't type where you want to copy those files to. Use:
    sudo cp /home/hemant/realtek/alsa* /usr/src/alsa/
    or
    sudo cp /home/hemant/realtek/alsa* .
    (single dot means current directory)
  9. Thread: Matlab 7.4

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    Re: Matlab 7.4

    Thanks MaximusTG
    That "export AWT_TOOLKIT=MToolkit" thing worked. Didn't need the java line though.

    I'm running Ubuntu Gutsy 7.10 on a Dell Vostro 1500, with uber-cool Compiz on

    Rock on...
  10. Poll: Re: HOWTO: Dell Inspiron E1505 Wireless (Broadcom 1390 WLAN)

    I got it working fine with the bcmwl5, until I saw the line, "if it's not a DELL E1505, get the appropiate driver for your model." I tried bcmwl6, for Dell Vostro 1500, now it's not working. How do...
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