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  1. Re: Text/Console-based dialog programming tools: anything more versatile than dialog?

    The python curses module is pretty decent. But the learning curve can be steep.
  2. Packaging : Suppressing Editor in dpkg-source --commit

    Trying to suppress the editor from opening when doing a dpkg-source --commit.

    Tried the -q quiet mode flag. No success.

    Tried specifying the patch filename and directory. Again no success.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu default nginx - no SSI?

    I am seeing this behavior as well.

    SSI does appear to be broken on oneiric nginx packages.

    Tried with nginx-full and nginx-extras.

    Not sure what the issue is.
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    [all variants] Re: Ubuntu Preseeds for Fakeraid

    So,

    I tried a few things.

    The two main directions I thought would work were attempting to manually configure the volume names using the dmraid utility itself. With ism, this appears to...
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    [all variants] Ubuntu Preseeds for Fakeraid

    Has anyone ever successfully setup a network install to a Fakeraid ( dmraid ) disk target?

    I can't find any references to it on the internet at all. It's like no one has ever even tried. The...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Installing legacy 1394 stack in Natty ?

    I give up. I am on the verge of rebuilding my kernel. There's no supported work around here and it doesn't look like anyone plans on fixing this on the ubuntu side.

    =/
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    Poll: Re: Do You Use Natty Narwhal?

    Don't use natty if you want firewire + dv to work. Seriously. Completely boned in natty.
  8. [ubuntu] Firewire support in Natty. Will it be coming ever?

    So from my reading and analysis... Natty removed raw1394 support as well as broke the loopback module required for Video4Linux.

    I am trying to get cature going with a sony dfw-v500 which should be...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu 10..4 LDAP Config is Crap.

    Seriously, I understand most of the people involved with ubuntu are volunteers, and they do this out of the kindness of their hearts... but the guy packaging their LDAP configs needs to be fired. I...
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    [ubuntu] Ubuntu 10..4 LDAP Config is Crap.

    Why is the default config on Ubuntu 10.4 for LDAP so utterly, inconceivably, and irrecoverably broken?

    Has anyone managed to successfully enable replication using this messed up slapd.d config?
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    Re: 2010 FIFA World Cup Thread

    Brazil is still the most fun team to watch.

    US, would be nice if they surprised the world. They are lucky with the bracket they currently have... especially after england failed it hard.
  12. [other] Re: Ultimate Security blogs/mags/newsletters thread

    flylogic's blog is EPIC!

    http://www.flylogic.net/blog/

    Also Dino's blog ftw:

    http://trailofbits.com/
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    [all variants] Re: Untraceable net use?

    There's plenty of methods for guessing what and where you might be based on a small amount of information being available.

    Personally I'm of the mindset that to avoid detection the best approach...
  14. [SOLVED] Re: Apache webinterface for file up- and download

    It's a bit of a journey to start down, but you might want to consider getting your feet wet in FLEX.
  15. [ubuntu] Re: compaq proliant 8500 .. 32bit ore 64bit ???

    didn't know they made a 32 bit itanium. ( re: IA32 )
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    [ubuntu] Re: Setting up a web server with Ubuntu

    Look for the word "lamp". Being an acronym for Linux Apache MySQL PHP.

    There's plenty of web dev friendly documentation on getting up and running quickly.
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    Re: Android Programming Class

    Teaching children to code in Java is tantamount to child abuse.
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    Re: Your school and Linux.

    I went to a school called manhattan college. ( waste of time that was )

    In my freshman year, I was physically removed from the network. Why? Apparently running an ftp server on my system in my...
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    Re: Show Us Your Server

    My server:

    HP DL585 G1 Quad Dual Core Opteron 8 Gigs Ram
  20. Re: Which Linux distro do you think is the absolute worst?

    You ever seen deerhunter? The slackware booths at the old linux world events in NYC looked like they were right out of there. Two slackware 7.1 users spinning a revolver and going hammerdrop for...
  21. Re: Which Linux distro do you think is the absolute worst?

    Slackware is the worst linux on earth. If it was personified it'd be the drill instructor from full metal jacket. Cause you use slackware long enough you'll either blow your own brains out and take...
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    Re: Choosing a computer case

    Some shots of my lian-li when it was new...

    http://www.sendai-systems.com/img_str/Case/images/dsc00442.jpg

    http://www.sendai-systems.com/img_str/Case/images/dsc00451.jpg
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    Re: Choosing a computer case

    Lian Li makes some nice stuff. I've had one for years, as have a few of my friends. Great simple easy to use and upgrade towers.
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    Operating Systems as Heroes.

    So I was trying to think of a way to express my views on different operating systems... ( an age old puzzle ) while I wait for my dev environment to come back from a reboot.

    So, imagine if you...
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    [all variants] Re: Which is the safest Linux Server Platform?

    Darwin is an OS. It's the Free/Open Source version of OSX. It lacks large swathes of functionality such as Aqua. It is BSD based, and branched from FreeBSD, but very different. I would not call...
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