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    [ubuntu] Re: sysctl.conf Values Do Not Change

    Sorry to double-post, but it looks like this has been a bug in Ubuntu for six years now. Look here: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/procps/+bug/50093.

    So, my question then is, how can I...
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    [ubuntu] sysctl.conf Values Do Not Change

    I've got three values in /etc/sysctl.conf that simply do not change after reboot. All the other values I've set change, except these three:

    vm.dirty_background_ratio = 20
    vm.dirty_ratio = 80...
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    Re: Shell Access for a Research Project

    I've tested the processing scripts on a few data files and judged the time required to complete the task by that. The data files do vary though, from around 200b to 1mb in size. I have around 6.5...
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    Re: Shell Access for a Research Project

    These are great, thank you. I'll start making my way through them. The only thing I'm worried about is whether shell accounts like these will allow me to run CPU intensive processes for a few days.
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    Shell Access for a Research Project

    Does anyone know of a service that provides shell access that I can use to analyse data for a scientific research project? I'll need to install one Perl module and one C library (the module is a...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Send Key Combinations at Boot?

    Thanks for these. They are pretty handy. I thought I would figure it out, but then I found this.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Send Key Combinations at Boot?

    That was my first stop. Nothing in BIOS that I can see.
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    [ubuntu] Send Key Combinations at Boot?

    Is there a way to send key presses at boot somehow? The HP laptop I use has an annoying light around the trackpad that I've figured I can turn off completely if I press "fn + space". I was wondering...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Malware Infection (Is this real?)

    I'm still confused as to what it was trying to do. I had the Java plugin disabled, but not Javascript. Was it a Javascript or Java exploit?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Malware Infection (Is this real?)

    The site has been fixed now. It's geekhack.org. It was on the front page. They've been hacked a few times before. There might be some more information on their site now.

    The 4chan thread has...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Malware Infection (Is this real?)

    ClamAV found nothing after a full scan. Here's the output from chkrootkit. Anything to worry about?


    ROOTDIR is `/'
    Checking `amd'... not found...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Malware Infection (Is this real?)

    Fixed the link. Thank you. I have Java disabled, not Javascript.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Malware Infection (Is this real?)

    I have Java turned off by default in my browser. Apparently there is an Ubuntu exploit there as well. I'm confused about what you said about obfuscation. Wouldn't that make it even more unclear what...
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    [ubuntu] Malware Infection (Is this real?)

    I don't normally repost a thread, so I'm really sorry, but I'm really concerned: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2012049 [-o<
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    [ubuntu] Malware Infection (Is this real?)

    So I accidentally clicked a "hacked" site link on 4chan and people in the thread are going crazy because they think it can infect Ubuntu installs with some form of malware. Would an expert be able to...
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    Re: Convert CSV Table into Custom Format

    In case anyone wanted to see the solution, here's the code:

    #!/usr/bin/python
    # -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

    import csv,os,sys

    reader = csv.reader(open(sys.argv[1], 'rt'), delimiter=',')
    headers...
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    Re: Convert CSV Table into Custom Format

    Thanks for this. After I ran that algorithm on a CSV file that looks like this:

    A,B,C
    0,2,1
    0,1,1
    I get this:

    A,B,0
    B,C
    ,2
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    Re: Convert CSV Table into Custom Format

    Can you give me a simple example of what that looks like in code? I'm somewhat challenged in that department. :oops:
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    Convert CSV Table into Custom Format

    Hello,

    I've got a CSV file that I'd like to convert into a different format. The CSV format is as follows:

    A_to_B,B_to_C,C_to_D,...
    0,2,1,...

    I.e., each heading consists of two variables,...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Complete System Freeze

    I tried the "Prevent Flash Player from finding libvdpau" fix posted on the link you gave and it seemed to have worked. I had one more crash after that, but stability has improved significantly. Last...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Complete System Freeze

    Thanks for this! I installed libvdpau1 from that PPA. I had one freeze after that, however, I didn't have the mms.cfg file in /etc/adobe. I've enabled that now too, so I'll keep an eye on it.

    Do...
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    [ubuntu] Complete System Freeze

    I've had some issues recently on Chromium (v21) where Adobe Flash would make the entire system freeze up. At least, I think it's Flash. I have a Nvidia GTX 260 card.

    I have no idea why this is...
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    [ubuntu] Re: ia32-libs Dependency Problem

    It happened after an upgrade from 11.10 to 12.04. Didn't have the same problem on a clean install.
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    [ubuntu] Re: ia32-libs Dependency Problem

    Sorry! I have an alias for install. It should be sudo apt-get -f install ia32-libs. pbrane is correct.
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    [ubuntu] Re: ia32-libs Dependency Problem

    sudo install -f ia32-libs fixed it.
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