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    [SOLVED] Re: How to backup 'Private Directory'?

    Simple, you have to look for something like /home/user/.ecryptfs/user/.Private
    Also backup the wrapped passphrase if you hadn't unwrapped and written it down before.

    After all I managed to...
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    [SOLVED] Re: How to backup 'Private Directory'?

    Bump.
    No way to extract data after system breaks down?
  3. [ubuntu] Re: What's a good alternative to Ubuntu 11.04?

    Try Crunchbang if you're into minimalist interfaces (OpenBox/Xfce).
    It used to be Ubuntu- and now it's Debian-based.
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    [SOLVED] How to backup 'Private Directory'?

    After an upgrade gone wrong my 9.10/10.4 is unbootable and I see no way to fix it.

    I can't mount the directory now (LiveCD or chroot), it probably has something to do with the breakage and/or...
  5. [ubuntu] Failed upgrade (9.10->10.4) crashes encryption

    I was running 9.10 on my old laptop, with encrypted private directories (user directories, via ecrytfs, user password works as passphrase), and I ran a dist-upgrade (via GUI). At some point (while...
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    Re: HOWTO: Screen Resolution in Hoary 5.04

    I had this issue with an old Toshiba laptop, solved by just copying xorg.conf from MEPIS live, which seems to handle every display correctly.
  7. Re: HOWTO: Remounting home directory with truecrypt drive on session start

    Any idea on how to do this with KDE?

    BTW http://www.fstab.de/twiki/bin/view/Main/PamTruecrypt is unavailable
    Yet cached here:...
  8. [kubuntu] Re: Psi not working with GnuPG encryption after upgrade to 8.04

    Did you solve this issue? The problem is not with the connection itself obviously - it is that PSI wants you to enter your openPGP passphrase before even attempting to connect to server, so that any...
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    [all variants] Re: Automatic login with SLIM?

    What I want to accomplish is to see no login screen at boot, no sign of any login/display manager, just have my user logged in automatically without being asked for a password. That's what I had with...
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    [all variants] Automatic login with SLIM?

    How to make Slim (Simple Login Manager) automatically log a specified user at startup? To show nothing on boot, just log in, like GDM can do.
    I spent some time searching this forum for answer, to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Linksys WUSB54GC!

    as I had posted above:

    ;) Thanks anyway.
    Then again, ndiswrapper is just a workaround - no Master, no Monitor.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Firmware & Driver update

    Pal, it's all been said! Save for the chipset version - why do you need to know that? It's RT73 in every model AFAIK.

    lsmod |grep rt73
    modinfo <drivername>
    It's likely you just have the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Linksys WUSB54GC!

    I take it you answer positively to my previous question. First try Wicd.
    Go to preferences, and set wext as wpa_supplicant. Then click "network"->"hidden network". ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: error with tor

    You don't need any freaking button unless you really need to switch fast beetween tor and direct connection. I personally use another browser (Epiphany) for non-torified traffic. Then I'm still being...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Linksys WUSB54GC!

    But you tried it from the terminal? ifconfig, iwconfig, iwlist
    Just to make sure - I didn't see anything with GUI tools, yet the card was working.
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    [ubuntu] I'm sorry for being so late! Milardo, does...

    I'm sorry for being so late!

    Milardo, does your Linksys work with unencrypted networks, or not at all? What's the driver you use.

    My WUSB54GC works ok as far as I checked - managed mode, no...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Linksys WUSB54GC!

    Well, fine, but it's not a way. It's a workaround. Which you can easily setup with backtracing the thread I linked.
    I need monitor mode for instance, which is not supported by ndiswrapper.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Linksys WUSB54GC!

    sudo lsusb -vvgives me anything but chipset name

    sudo lshw -C network
    *-network
    description: Wireless interface
    physical id: 1
    logical name: wlan2
    serial:...
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    [all variants] Access encrypted '/' from LiveCD

    I installed Gutsy on an encrypted '/' using the alternate CD.
    With previous releases I used community contributed HowTos, to create and access such partitions from a LiveCD, but now that the...
  20. [all variants] Re: How to Upgrade from Gutsy to Heron (The only way that worked for me)

    Why not perform upgrade from the Heron CD (say desktop)?
    Should this work for an encrypted (on one partition - all but /boot) installation as well?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Gnome still takes 3 days to login

    That's rather not what he meant. I dunno about Hardy, but with Gutsy LiveCD it takes shorter time. Yet after the system is installed it's hanging there 20-30secs just doing nothing. After that...
  22. [ubuntu] Re: Upgrade to Heron from an encrypted partition

    But since you made a backup you could try the upgrade anyway, you had nothing to loose.
    I can't go for it (make backup of everything) since my dvd burner's malfunctioning (it might be a system...
  23. [ubuntu] Re: Upgrade to Heron from an encrypted partition

    You are welcome :P

    I've got the same situation. I'd make sure that nothing connected to encryption is listed as an obsolete package. I'll make a backup of menu.lst and compare it with the new file...
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    Re: Truecrypt 5.0 is out - GUI for Linux users

    Aha. Btw, http://www.eff.org/press/archives/2008/02/07
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    Re: Truecrypt 5.0 is out - GUI for Linux users

    BTW, here's an icon Truecrypt puts in the notification tray. I made a screenshot of it.
    You may save it to desktop and...

    cd ~/Desktop
    sudo mv truecrypt.png /usr/share/pixmaps/truecrypt.png...
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