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  1. Re: If I have 2 versions of Ubuntu on separate disk partitions and open malware.....

    no. t is more complicated than that. Loopholes don't provide security.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Do I have to update Firefox Manually?

    It depends on how the software was installed whether any special updating is needed or not.

    If you always use the package manager to find, download, and install software, then the updates for that...
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    Re: Path to locate errors Logs?

    Google found these reputable links about ubuntu log files.
    https://ubuntu.com/tutorials/viewing-and-monitoring-log-files
    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/LinuxLogFiles
  4. Re: Recursively search files with exclusions and inclusions

    find /local/data/ -type f -name 'session[0-9]+*db' -print
    Appears to be what you want, but not what is being described.
  5. Re: Recursively search files with exclusions and inclusions

    find is one of those commands where seeing a few examples is crazy helpful. Also, don't be afraid to pipeline.

    find /local/data/ -type f -name session_\*db -print | egrep -v...
  6. Re: If I have 2 versions of Ubuntu on separate disk partitions and open malware.....

    Yes, it could, unless the other storage is

    unavailable through permissions from the current userid and you haven't allowed sudo to run on that account
    encrypted and not "opened"
    read-only...
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    [xubuntu] Re: pulseaudio is running at 100%

    Someday, pulse audio will be stable. They've only had 10 yrs. It is much better now than it was 5 yrs ago, but still far from perfect.

    Kill the pulseaudio process. It should automatically restart....
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    Re: Blogging Software Recommendations?

    Static generators ARE the answer.

    Nobody should be using plain FTP since 2002-ish. Use rsync over an ssh connection. That's the default for rsync.

    Running the generator and running rsync when...
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    [ubuntu] Re: external hard disk permanent mount

    Running commands without fully understanding what they do is dangerous. Always make a backup of any system file BEFORE you make changes. Having a backup of the system (daily, automatic) would be...
  10. Thread: GUI for this?

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    Re: GUI for this?

    People coming from Windows often don't understand the power that plain text can bring to data like this. It is a different way of thinking because they haven't been exposed to the 100+ little text...
  11. Re: "Too many primary partitions" when installing with pre-seed - 18.04 desktop

    Or it could be the 15 other commands at the top which setup the base for partitioning?
    As you say, partman may not support it for auto-partitioning, but GPT has been supported since at least 2012,...
  12. Re: "Too many primary partitions" when installing with pre-seed - 18.04 desktop

    Heck, until 20.04, I found setting up LVM during installation too much hassle. The 20.04 installer is 100x better - I almost cried. Perhaps in another 10 yrs, it will get to the level that CentOS had...
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    Re: Help with networking server

    Less describing what you believe and please post command output proving what you believe. Wrap all commands with any options used AND output in "code tags" so it is readable here, columns line up. ...
  14. Re: "Too many primary partitions" when installing with pre-seed - 18.04 desktop

    I just know that MBR/MSDOS partitions have limitation that are a hassle and that GPT doesn't. I've never done partman anything stuff. You have me thinking, if it is easy for partitioning, it would be...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Suggestion to protect my sistem

    No, not typically. Just have daily, versioned, backups and don't allow physical access to anyone untrusted. Every different user should have their own account with their own password. This way, they...
  16. Re: External HDD (LUKS Encrypted) Will it work on another Ubuntu Installation.

    Short answer
    LUKS is portable. The auto-mounting may need some setup, but it does work.

    Longer
    I've had LUKS on external disks for years. Whenever those external disks get connected to other...
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    Re: Help with networking server

    a) servers have static IPs. No need for network-manager. Don't. Just don't. Don't use DHCP.
    b) to work on servers from remote locations, use ssh. If going over the internet, never use passwords,...
  18. Re: "Too many primary partitions" when installing with pre-seed - 18.04 desktop

    Use GPT partition table, not MSDOS. GPT supports at least 100 primary partitions and none of that extended-primary + logical partition crap.
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    Re: VMWare player not working with XUbuntu

    So, if you aren't an expert, having multiple hypervisors installed or partially installed, is bad. virtualbox is a hypervisor. VMWare Player is a different hypervisor. Don't attempt to have both...
  20. [SOLVED] Re: Value of reserved blocks is sometimes changed

    [QUOTE=raleigh3;13978913]Does this refer to my 2 Tbytes of space on my hard drive or the reserved blocks being used up?

    Re-read #9 above. It is about full file systems. That's what df and df -i...
  21. Thread: GUI for this?

    by TheFu
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    Re: GUI for this?

    Which is a flaw with Windows. Inside APT, all packages are treated equally and get updated together, provided the files weren't manually downloaded and manually installed. But, if you stay within...
  22. [ubuntu] Re: Excessive hard drive activity after upgrade to Ubuntu 20.04

    That just cleaned a little storage, not anything related to being slow or using RAM.

    With all the snap packages on the system, there may be 3 copies of each. To see all the snap packages,...
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    Re: VMWare player not working with XUbuntu

    End users typically use virtualbox for VMs on Linux.
    Admins typically use KVM + virt-manager for VMs.

    There is a Virtualization subforum here for virtualization questions, btw.
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    Re: Ubuntu network settings question....

    Linux isn't Windows. Only about 20% of the ideas apply.
    The easiest firewall interface, is gufw. The firewall itself is built into the kernel.

    If you want other systems to have access, you'll...
  25. Thread: GUI for this?

    by TheFu
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    Re: GUI for this?

    synaptic? If it isn't installed already, install it.
    Some might be snaps. Doubt any apt tool will show snap package installs.

    xubuntu should have some sort of software management tool. I haven't...
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