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    Re: Can anyone help me kill some hours?

    Can you ssh to a home box....?

    Bypass your filters by creating a socks proxy to home ;)
  2. [ubuntu] Re: Problem receiving mail at Citadel with Apache

    Ok....lets start with the basics and check that the mail server is accepting inbound connections on port 25 from internally.

    Start with the server itself - telnet to localhost on port 25. You...
  3. Thread: PC vs. Mac

    by perfecttao
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    [ubuntu] Re: PC vs. Mac

    Depends on how you define the term Server....

    What do you want it to do? Web, Mail, SSH, Proxy, Authentication....

    PC's and Macs are run on similar architecture now though, so the difference...
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    [ubuntu] Re: SSH works only via Ubuntu

    Can you do an IPtables -L

    It looks like it's a local firewall issue.....
  5. Re: Is there a Basket Notepads alternative for GNOME?

    Just started using BasKet in Gnome.....works extremely smoothly :)

    I'm very impressed - this is just what I was looking for.....loads of extra features over TomBoy :D
  6. [gnome] Re: Evolution not displaying fonts correctly...

    Bump....

    Any help would really be appreciated!

    Thanks in advance!!
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    Re: Alarming Open-Source Security Holes

    That's about the short and skinny mate....the problem is resolved as long as people have updated any keypairs that are affected manually (after patching their server)....

    The concern is how many...
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    Re: Illustrator/Inkscape for web design

    I don't really do much design, but I find it advantageous to use different tools for different purposes, as each product has it's own advantages and disadvantages. If I am doing any design work, I...
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    Re: Alarming Open-Source Security Holes

    There are never any guarantees.....it's just a case of reducing the risk....There is obviously a problem with the way the Debian package maintainers have passed bugs upstream to their developers.
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    Re: Alarming Open-Source Security Holes

    I don't think the seriousness of this can be downplayed.

    The problem now is that the vulnerability is public knowledge - thus creating a bigger issue (script kiddies everywhere will be searching...
  11. [gnome] Re: Evolution not displaying fonts correctly...

    Thanks for the reply....

    there is no FONT tag in the message body, which is where I think the problem lies, but not sure of the cause



    any advice welcome!!

    Thanks in advance.
  12. [gnome] Re: Evolution not displaying fonts correctly...

    bump??
  13. [gnome] Evolution not displaying fonts correctly...

    Hi,

    Not sure if this is an Evolution problem (same behavior in Fedora 9), or whether it's a PBCAK (problem between chair and keyboard....namely me!)

    I've installed all the appropriate fonts...
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    Re: Alarming Open-Source Security Holes

    I know the feeling.....not knocking Ubuntu at all, but the processes that have not been followed for whatever reason (I can see both the Debian and OpenSSL sides of the story) have shaken the...
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    Re: Alarming Open-Source Security Holes

    Personally, I've yet to find anyone who's pointing fingers at this being a *nix issue....

    Everyone i've spoken to is referring to it as a Debian **** up and not a *nix **** up....

    I don't think...
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    Re: Alarming Open-Source Security Holes

    Unfortunately this has pretty much killed Ubuntu stone dead for me - not due to Ubuntu itself, but due to the reasons this issue has taken place (ie. Debian developers fixing issues without reporting...
  17. Thread: HP Mininote

    by perfecttao
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    [other] HP Mininote

    Just spotted this on the Misco site:

    http://www.misco.co.uk/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=312047&Tab=0&NoMapp=0

    Looks like HP are following suit with Dell on shipping with...
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    Re: Can linux be affected by malware at all?

    It is technically possible for linux to be affected by malware, but due to the nature of open source and peer review, it is far less likely.

    you can avoid issues by not running software as root...
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    Re: Tux Droid, Anyone?

    Got one too.....it's great :)

    Hopefully going to use it to learn some Python - but at the moment just playing with some of the gadgets.....and of course using it to talk to the girlfriend!
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    Re: Goodbye Ubuntu.

    with any luck, preinstallation through Dell will be a big thing...although they aren't pushing it as a real option yet (you have to search for Ubuntu build rather than it being in the normal OS...
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