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You are welcome ;)
Hmmm... "Operation not permitted" might indicate something else.
But first, check the route settings of the VPN connection on both machines.
In Network Manager, go to VPN connections -->...
That's OK, but that's just your local IP address you got from the VPN server. It doesn't proove that the tunnel is correctly working.
What about pinging the machine you want to...
Yep, you're all right. With a Huge Capital D that is.;-)
Unless your username is "downloads" this won't work....
Try your username in between:
cd /home/[your username here]/downloads or better:
In the same pane you'll find home_icon_visible. Uncheck that. (/apps/nautilus/desktop/home_icon_visible)
Did you install smbfs?
sudo apt-get install smbfs
As I understand you have mistaken chmod with chown.
Now you have set the ownership of some files to '777' which is a non-existing user. You (root?) lost the ownership and...
You cannot resize partitions when they are mounted. Boot from a liveCD and try to resize from there.
You may need to install gparted first.
Are you sure the partition is overwritten?
Maybe only your MBR is overwritten so your ext3 partition is not visible thus not accessible.
Try booting with the live CD and see if you can see the...
I use screen.
sudo apt-get install screen
I you have started a ssh connection to your box start 'screen' first. Then do your thing. Detach from the session by pressing Ctrl-a and then Ctrl-d....
I'm running Kubuntu 8.10 32bit and I don't have screensavers either. I think it's a KDE4.1 issue.
The other problem I can't help you with, sorry.
Some programs don't start at all, after being visible in the taskbar for a while, some take minutes to start. Programs are random as you said. Sometimes when the program starts it's...
Do you mean this? :lolflag:
No, remove the # to make it active. The symbol # means that what is following on the same line, needs to be treated as comment (text) instead of code.
I know nothing about OSX but in Linux you can put in /etc/ssh/ssh_config to set the timeout to 5 minutes:
So maybe have a look at the OSX equivalent of ssh_config?
It seems to work that way, yes.
I found this:
Although this is about prerouting, not routing, there might be similarity...
Well, I am not an expert on this, but I'll give it tiny shot :-)
I assume the 16 is a typo? (just to be sure)
The -A means the rule is appended to all the other set of...
Have a look at Sabayon: http://live.gnome.org/Sabayon.
It is in the repositories.
Whether someone uses MS or M$: I really don't care. If it feels good to write M$, than do it. If you prefer MS: use that.
I've got my opinion about Microsoft and it is not affected by this.
(tint is no transformer)
I just found out why on Netcraft it seems some MS servers are running IIS on Linux.
In short: To avoid DDOS attacks they use 'caching servers' from Akamai, and these are running Linux. These...