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  1. [ubuntu_mate] Re: Help with Setting Up Tunnel Bear VPN in Ubuntu Mate 18.04

    Do you have openvpn installed?



    sudo apt install network-manager-openvpn-gnome


    Then restart.
  2. Re: Corona mask for IT/computer nerds

    Oh my gosh. That's funny.
  3. Re: How to remove umac-64@openssh.com MAC in OpenSSH 7.6

    I cannot say unless I have more context.

    It appears you may not have correctly configured the file and restarted the service.

    Your MACs and Ciphers should be formatted like this:



    Ciphers...
  4. Re: I now have Ubuntu 20.04 running on 5 machines

    Interesting report. I'm happy to hear that the upgrade process went smoothly. I'm enjoying Ubuntu 20.04 on two computers. Still need to use 18.04 LTS. But I prefer 20.04 LTS. :)
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    Re: IPv6 annoyance

    I think this is a decent place to talk about scripting for Linux. I write applications for a living for Linux specifically.

    When I'm dealing with bash, I use bash -e for catching errors. Otherwise...
  6. Re: What's the rationale that Ubuntu now wants to install everything in a snap packag

    It is possible.

    What is difficult is that some apt calls will try to download a snap version instead.

    To disable, you simply need to uninstall snapd and add it to an apt block list.

    After...
  7. [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu 20.04 LTS shows the state of desktop when waking up from hibernation

    Certainly there is no need.

    This is a well-documented issue, and how I handled it in the past for enterprise is to disable hibernation and go to "shutdown when the lid is closed."

    The rationale...
  8. [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu 20.04 LTS shows the state of desktop when waking up from hibernation

    This is a well-known issue. As you can see in this lengthy bug report.

    https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gnome-screensaver/+bug/1280300

    Here's a suggested work around from that thread....
  9. Re: What's the rationale that Ubuntu now wants to install everything in a snap packag

    So I was sitting with some folks, and we were talking about deploying Nextcloud. And I mentioned you could "deploy Nextcloud in a snap." At this moment, we all realized the true reason why Canonical...
  10. Re: With physical access a Linux PC can be hacked

    Full disk can be bypassed.



    But only when the computer is on.

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    Re: Wubi Wubi Wubi...

    Wubi would make your installation a bit unstable due to depending upon Windows to handle its partitions. This also means you cannot handle partitioning inside of Ubuntu but from Windows, which Wubi...
  12. Re: With physical access a Linux PC can be hacked

    Good article. It certainly makes laptops seem less desirable, as they are easier to lose.
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    Re: Ways to disable wifi

    I don't have enough information on why it is detectable after you disabled from BIOS. You could try removing it physically.

    First try disabling wifi from kernel module.

    You must add that file...
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    Re: Ways to disable wifi

    This is how you would turn it off from terminal.



    nmcli radio wifi off



    Then try disabling the modprobe permanently in this file configuration.
  15. Re: What's the rationale that Ubuntu now wants to install everything in a snap packag

    [/COLOR]

    I see that .deb packages seem "distribution specific," but the purpose of a distribution is to deliver software that is compliant with the system, hence ubuntu and debian maintain...
  16. Re: What is your fav DE (desktop environment) or WM (window managers)

    I began using gnome2 on Ubuntu, then I used gnome3 since it released on Debian. When Ubuntu went from gnome2 to Unity, I would use variations of gnome until returning to gnome3 on all computers.
  17. Re: what are your thoughts on Linux Gaming, Ubuntu Community?

    I have been using wine for years, but now wine comes preconfigured in various projects, and it's a lot easier. With steam pushing for Linux gaming, I haven't had an issue moving over my old video...
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    [kubuntu] Re: Retrieve saved luks password?

    I believe you can find it via this command.

    blkid -t TYPE=crypto_LUKS -o device

    Then you can learn how to find the exact key from Red Hat.

    https://access.redhat.com/solutions/1543373
  19. Re: What's the rationale that Ubuntu now wants to install everything in a snap packag

    I’m so confused. I guess it is closed source. I will have to build the server and get back to you. Here’s a little rant from Ubuntu in why we should be grateful for them to not release the source for...
  20. Re: What's the rationale that Ubuntu now wants to install everything in a snap packag

    Actually it is open source.

    https://ubuntu.com/blog/howto-host-your-own-snap-store

    The problem is that itís still yet too new and unproven. Just as I mastered Debian packaging and repository...
  21. Re: What's the rationale that Ubuntu now wants to install everything in a snap packag

    I think what people aren't acknowledging is that you CAN have your own snap store with your own version control and snap management. You can also confine snaps differently. The control isn't totally...
  22. Re: What's the rationale that Ubuntu now wants to install everything in a snap packag

    I've warmed up to snaps, but I think the team tackling the problem are very ambitious. I foresee the platform either succeeding or failing before 22.04 LTS is released.

    God speed, snapd team.
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    Re: Ping issue with UFW

    Have you tried this solution from an older thread?

    https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1801151

    It requires iptables, which is what ufw modifies.
  24. [SOLVED] Re: How to clean multiple MOK keys ?

    Congratulations, brilliant work. Please mark this as solved, so future users can follow your advice. Thanks for posting the results of your work.
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    Re: How Trusted is TPM?

    It's unlikely that someone can access your device remotely from TPM2.

    For Linux, this is the definitive resource on the topic, Matthew Garret.

    https://mjg59.dreamwidth.org/24818.html


    Note
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