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  1. Re: snort , base, ubuntu 14.04 base.iphdr' doesn't exist

    The scripts are on github. They may or may not be included in the package.
  2. Re: snort , base, ubuntu 14.04 base.iphdr' doesn't exist

    When you run the create_mysql script, how are you connecting to the mysql database? I'm not as familiar with mysql terminology, but if you have the table "iphdr" created and it's returning the error,...
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    Re: GRUB package failed to install

    I've received this message on a fresh install as well, but it turns out that Ubiquity for some reason isn't mounting the existing EFI partition automatically. I don't know why since the Debian...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Why only old Java?

    openjdk-7 is in the universe repository, which isn't directly covered by Canonical. Therefore, security updates come from the community.
  5. Re: 91 Per Cent Exploits In 2013 Were Courtesy Java

    Java itself is fine to use and server-side technologies are still in wide use. It's applets that are insecure.
  6. Re: Ubuntu 13.04 to get phased release updates. increasing the quality of the OS

    Just to clarify, the developer who proposed this also posted this comment.

    So, before people misinterpret and say, "Canonical is forcing beta quality...
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    Re: Has Ubuntu lost it's Ubuntu?

    The reality though is that a lot of the contributions to the Linux kernel and a few other large projects are by "corporate contributors", a.k.a paid employees.
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    [SOLVED] Re: webupd8 on Debian?

    Building from source isn't too hard. Someone on the Debian forums posted a mini tutorial:
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    Re: Nasa uses Ubuntu for Curiosity rover!

    It appears to be 12.04. 10.04 had more rounded buttons.

    Reliability and endurance against radiation. It's the same reason why NASA still used 386 and 486 processors for a long time even after they...
  10. [ubuntu] Re: Access denied on SMB share, WD Netcenter

    How is the WD Netcenter set up? I'm a little confused. Is it using SMB or is it using NFS? What authentication are you using on it?

    If it works fine on Windows, then I suspect that that the NAS...
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    Re: Has Ubuntu lost it's Ubuntu?

    This is what I don't understand.

    Every single Ubuntu release has always been criticized for being "corporate-like" or "too buggy". Then, users will say the Ubuntu release they ran 3 years ago was...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Mouse not working after re-install

    Do you know if you're booting with UEFI or legacy mode?
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    [ubuntu] Re: what a mess

    Why would it go completely wrong? All it does is generate boot entries. Even if your boot loader was messed up, you can reinstall it from a LiveCD.

    In any case, it also looks like the Windows 7...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Mouse not working after re-install

    Do you know what motherboard you have?
  15. [ubuntu] Re: Trying to install 13.04 on an Asus 1008HA

    That sounds like the bootloader on the USB drive wasn't set up correctly. What utility did you use to write the ISO to the drive?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Hard disk space

    This somewhat dated chart pretty much explains what the file system hierarchy looks like:

    If you...
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    [ubuntu] Re: what a mess

    That one command is backwards, It's sudo update-grub, not grub-update.

    apt-get autoremove only removes unusued dependencies. It doesn't remove old kernels. You can remove them, but you'll have to...
  18. Re: Login has changed.... Have you lost your minds?

    Most of those were already tied to your account anyway. Canonical implemented the change back in June to make Ubuntu One the single sign-on service for mostly everything. The only change now is that...
  19. [ubuntu] Re: After installation Raring doesn't boot

    Is this a UEFI-enabled computer? If it is, you need to make sure the Ubuntu disc boots from a UEFI-enabled bootloader. Otherwise, it'll install the bootloader to the MBR, which doesn't work under...
  20. [ubuntu] Re: Problem installing IBM's DB2 Express-C server.

    The answer is shown in what was displayed from the tool.

    DBT3514W The db2prereqcheck utility failed to find the following 32-bit library file: "/lib/*".
    Install the 32-bit library.
  21. [ubuntu] Re: Root keeps automatically owning my files

    Let's ask a simpler question: When you run one of your applications, does it prompt you for a password?

    If not, then the only thing I can think of is that your password is stored in a gnome...
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    Re: Cheapest possible computer uk?

    Why not? You're severely limiting your choices given your budget. More than likely, you'll be able to find a used Core 2 Duo desktop instead of trying to hunt for parts if you look for a used machine.
  23. Re: Video Cards Designed to Run on Linux?

    For a long time it was that way, but if you haven't tried a computer with an HD 4000 GPU, I think you'll be pleasantly surprised. As time moves on, Intel is only going to make those GPUs faster.
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    Re: Typewritter Keyboard ?

    Looks interesting, but doesn't look good for ergonomics. Personally, I would just get one of those Model M style keyboards, which has a spring feedback for the keys.
  25. Re: why I despise Linux -> another weekend lost to a blinking cursor

    UEFI is tricky and I've had issues with other distros getting it to work. If the USB method doesn't work, it's advisable to just boot it from a disc.

    Just by chance, is Secure Boot disabled on...
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