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  1. [ubuntu] Re: ssl-certificate setup for email servers is confusing me

    I also understand and already know this, and from your other comments I figured that you also understood how encryption process works, so that your original mention of using a private key to encrypt...
  2. [ubuntu] Re: ssl-certificate setup for email servers is confusing me

    Hhahaha, sorry to crash the party but MSN said:

    "1. The server's private key (/etc/ssl/private/smtpd.key in your case). This is known only to the server and used to encrypt data that can only be...
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    [ubuntu] rt61pci doesnt work in 8.10

    Just wanted to warn you that Ubuntu 8.10 Ibex is very buggy at least for now. It has ruined my weekend because when I installed it, I had problems with my network card. It's a GIGABYTE GN-WP01GS PCI...
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    [ubuntu] Re: WTF is it with firefox and Ubuntu

    Firefox is a piece of garbage. That's true under windows just as much as under Linux. It uses a lot of memory, leaks more and more over time, crashes if too many "complex" pages are open, and takes a...
  5. [ubuntu] Re: Backup entire hard drive to removable hard drive

    complete backup (to removable drive partition /dev/sda1)

    dump 0uf /dev/sda1 /

    incremental backup

    dump 1uf /dev/sda1 /

    Restore
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to execute "sudo source"

    btw you can also do

    su -c "bash installScript"
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to execute "sudo source"

    do "sudo -s" to get a root shell, then run "source ...." and whatever else you want.
    You need to realize that whatever env variables you set up is only going to be active while your root shell is...
  8. Re: Virtualbox, Vmware player, etc? Should I try it? Which is good? ?????

    Virtualbox works great for me. It's MUCH better than VMPlayer, which is the only free software you can get from VMWare, because VirtualBox lets you create and install new VMs, but VMPlayer can only...
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    [ubuntu] Re: VMWare and VirtualBox install

    RTFM !

    Virtualbox also supports bridged networking, which is done using the host interface mode. The only extra step is that you have to do the bridging manually in windows networking control...
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    [all variants] Re: Virtualbox vs WINE vs Dual Boot

    hahahaha, good one

    VirtualBox does not take any more ram than the what the guest OS needs). This means it doesn't even necessarily take all the memory allocated to it, unless the guest is actually...
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    Re: Any luck running Google Chrome on Wine?

    That is exactly the reason I use Windows as the primary (host) OS, and run Linux as a guest in a virtual machine. That and gaming and better hardware support.

    P.S. firefox is a piece of trash,...
  12. Poll: Re: What virtualization software are you using? Poll

    VBox user here. Running guest Ubuntu 7/10 on windows-xp host, mostly used as a web and mail server 24/7. Using raw disk access for VM (400GB), which is INFINITELY better than using the silly virtual...
  13. Re: Trouble running VirtualBox with "real" partition

    right, this will never work smoothly with windows. That is, being able to boot the same windows partition inside a VM, and directly from the real boot. Windows is just too sensitive to any changes...
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    Re: VirtualBox Seamless Windows

    Yo, peeps, I have seamless mode WORKING for a Ubuntu guest running inside a VirtualBox VM on a Windows-XP host !!!!!

    Not only that, but it is true seamless mode, that is only the applications I...
  15. Re: Looking to the future - Ubuntu / Beryl / Virtualisation / Windows

    No, you are very very wrong. Virtualization techonlogy in the CPU has NOTHING to do with allowing a VM direct access to the hardware. Surely, you understand that a VM usually runs in a window on the...
  16. Re: Looking to the future - Ubuntu / Beryl / Virtualisation / Windows

    I guess OP doesn't realize that graphics performace sux in aVM because the VM can only access hardware using virtual devices and not directly. For example, a graphics driver running inside the VM...
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    Re: Thank You Ubuntuforums.org

    Will donate $1 million as soon as I win $100 million in the lottery
  18. Re: Quake4 install, glx error, sound issues, etc, play by play

    You need to disable gnome sound server in the preferences->sound menu.
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    Re: HOWTO: Set up VNC server with resumable sessions

    Well not being able to resume sessions from windows pretty much ruins it for me as a possible alternative to VNC. And btw I wouldn't call this a "known bug", I'd call this a crippling problem which...
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    Re: HOWTO: Set up VNC server with resumable sessions

    well, I did set up FreeNX as well, but I couldn't get resuming sessions to work - that is, I had to start a new session every time. Also sometimes it would go nuts and spawn many processes on the...
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    Re: HOWTO: Set up VNC server with resumable sessions

    Your resolution is low because xorg X-server chooses the resolution based on the monitor capabilities which are dynamically communicated to the machine when X starts up. There is a way to override...
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    Re: HOWTO: Set up VNC server with resumable sessions

    Ok, to resume a session you started on your physical display (display :0) all you really need is to turn on Ubuntu's remote desktop feature using the Remote Desktop Preferences dialog box accessible...
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    Re: HOWTO: Set up VNC server with resumable sessions

    Repeat steps 5 and 6
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    Re: Graphics card recomendations?

    6200 is in your price range but is a little slow for serious gaming.

    For good gaming a 6600GT is still a value leader if you can find it close to $100,
    but for less than $200, 6800GS will run any...
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    Re: HOWTO: Set up VNC server with resumable sessions

    Having the root account enabled is not a good idea, and it's even worse to log in to GDM as root. To perform system maintenance, you should log in as a user with administrator privileges (not root)...
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