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  1. Re: Soooo ... how many computers do you have?

    Well, between my work and personal computers, I currently have 4, 2 of which are sharing a single 34" Dell ultrawide 4k monitor. My FreeBSD machine is headless and not hooked to a monitor. Work...
  2. Re: Notifications (spam): where do they come from?

    It would also be useful to know what the message say because then you can determine what app they are from or if they are from email, etc. Turning the notifications off will just hide a potential...
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    Re: Ubuntu is or is not "Entry Level."

    Chromium does that regardless of how many tabs are open. I've seen that on both Linux and FreeBSD. I don't have a technical explanation.
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    Re: Ubuntu is or is not "Entry Level."

    I'll have to chime in here and say that KDE is, compared to Gnome anyway, not a process "hog" at all. Maybe compared to Xfce4 but I cannot remember on Linux how much RAM Xfce4 uses. I have used Mate`...
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    Re: What are you listening to right now?

    Deamau5: "Pets"
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    Re: Word association

    order
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    Re: Saying goodbye to Canonical

    Yeah, stock Arch with Gnome installed also runs 19 unit files. This is on a PC though so no wireless needed. The only extras are my VPN service and my NAS NFS mount.
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    Re: Ubuntu is or is not "Entry Level."

    I had to laugh at this - I can spend 10 minutes with Windows and I want to throw it out the window. Was that redundant? :)
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    Re: Can't unmaximize Nautilus

    Is the titlebar visible?
  10. Re: how to make clamav scan you entire HDD

    Yes, sorry, forgot to include that part - target OS needs to be specified, if it is an OS exploit.
  11. Re: how to make clamav scan you entire HDD

    I use metasploit to find exploits, not create them for distribution.
  12. [server] Re: SSL Encryption at Proxy or Web server level?

    I got it, thanks for the clarification. I come from the gov IT world where E2E encryption is the standard. So all channels are encrypted. At a bare minimum, obviously browser to proxy because then...
  13. [server] Re: SSL Encryption at Proxy or Web server level?

    Not sure what you mean by "complete separation of user and backend server". Do you mean separate web and db tiers as in your drawing? If so, that is the ONLY way to securely set up a web app.
  14. Re: how to make clamav scan you entire HDD

    As far as windows, no - different binaries. Mac OS is unix-like but the binaries are different so I would also say no. Metasploit creates exploits, not viruses, FYI.
  15. Re: What exactly do you do with your computer at home ?

    I have VMs as hack targets, I game (Linux only), I write, I surf, answer and ask tech questions on boards, I chat on IRC and Telegram, I do my banking, probably more, can't think of anything else at...
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    Re: I found I needed more power.

    I am still running (as my server) an HP z800 CAD workstation circa 2010. I got it for $500 and upgraded ram to 96gb. It has 2 6-core Xeons (24 virtual cores) and even though it is 9 years old, still...
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    Re: Multiple Desktop Environments

    I think Budgie requires Gnome for a "full experience" or some other nonsense they have on docs I read. I don't think KDE or Xfce4 would walk on each other. What you may find though is KDE and Gnome...
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    Re: Multiple Desktop Environments

    You are describing complete OS's, not desktops. Ubuntu has Gnome, Kubuntu KDE, Xubuntu Xfce4, Mate`, well, self-explanatory. If you want all of those desktops, just install each desktop. Each install...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Disk Cleaners

    OK, that makes sense. I should have asked what OS the VMs were - assumed Linux...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Disk Cleaners

    No, Linux doesn't need anything like this. Windows does because it is horribly designed.
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    Re: Ubuntu is or is not "Entry Level."

    I don't consider it a "noob" OS per se, just one that tends to work out of the box so new users don't have to muck with anything to have a working install. There are plenty of experienced folks that...
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    Re: Saying goodbye to Canonical

    Interestingly enough, I switched from 'buntu back to Arch a couple of weeks ago. Been using Arch on and off for several years. Nothing wrong with Ubuntu, I just felt too confined - Arch gives me more...
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    Re: MS OS File Explorer

    Yeah, XFE was my exclusive file manager in FreeBSD - could script actions, etc, liked it, except for the fact it looked like explorer. I used to configure XFE to be 2 paned and just a directory...
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    Re: MS OS File Explorer

    If OP is looking for a windows explorer file manager look-alike, try "XFE". It is very configurable and powerful.

    Heed TheFu's advice: you should not be renaming, adding or deleting any files in...
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    Re: How to list network cards in Ubuntu

    From a terminal, run
    ip link show. That should get you what you need.
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