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  1. Re: [SOLVED] Is sub-addressing effective way to control spam?

    So this method you use is basically similar to second alternative I presented in my first post; using individual address for each site.

    But it seems better for two reasons. Firstly, your real...
  2. Re: [SOLVED] Is sub-addressing effective way to control spam?

    Looks like no one has tried it in this sophisticated way. Got to do it myself then.
  3. [SOLVED] Re: Duplicity volume size, file amount and reliablility

    I asked about this from the author of Duplicity, Kenneth Loafman. In his response, he concluded that in general, long backup chains are not suggested. There was no technical argument for this though,...
  4. Re: Is sub-addressing effective way to control spam?

    Bump.
  5. [SOLVED] Re: Duplicity volume size, file amount and reliablility

    Bump.
  6. [SOLVED] Duplicity volume size, file amount and reliablility

    I have around 3,6 GB data to back up with Duplicity. With the default 25 MB volume size a full backup creates around 144 backup files. If I run an incremental backup once a day, after a year -...
  7. [SOLVED] Re: Megaput hangs when uploading a file to Mega.nz

    I tested the upload with another modem, and it seems my current modem is guilty for these problems. With another modem upload seems to work fluently.
  8. [SOLVED] Re: Megaput hangs when uploading a file to Mega.nz

    I contacted my ISP, and they stated a strong view that the problem would be rather in my devices (or software) than their connection.

    One solution for this seems to be Tor connection, more...
  9. [SOLVED] Re: Megaput and -get not working

    After megaput hangs, I am unable to connect some online sites, like ubuntuforums.org and amazon.com. However, via tor I am able to connect them. This would suggest that the problem lies on my OS or...
  10. [SOLVED] Megaput hangs when uploading a file to Mega.nz

    I have difficulties to upload files to Mega file storage service with megatools. When I try to upload a file with megaput, it gets stuck at some point during the transfer (10MB, 71,9MB, 150MB)...
  11. [SOLVED] Is sub-addressing effective way to control spam?

    There are many spam-preventing instructions online which guide one to use disposable email addresses for signing to services one doesn't trust. The other option often mentioned is using...
  12. [ubuntu] Re: ubuntu-16.04-mini-i386.iso installer throws "isolinux.bin missing or corrupt."

    For some reason, I have lost my motivation to solve this problem for now on. We'll see if it comes back at some point.
  13. [ubuntu] Re: ubuntu-16.04-mini-i386.iso installer throws "isolinux.bin missing or corrupt."

    Today I also tried to write ubuntu-16.04-mini-i386.iso with UNetBootin and dd under Lubuntu 16.04. When written with dd, it gives this "isolinux.bin missing or corrupt." error. With UNetBootin it...
  14. [ubuntu] Re: ubuntu-16.04-mini-i386.iso installer throws "isolinux.bin missing or corrupt."

    It has booted from USB before, I just don't remember how did I create that USB installer exactly, and cannot replicate it. At the moment I would be happy to create a working installer with...
  15. [ubuntu] Re: ubuntu-16.04-mini-i386.iso installer throws "isolinux.bin missing or corrupt."

    Another aspect to this could be updating the laptop BIOS, but unfortunately it seems that it wouldn't help either.

    According to AsusTek BIOS ROM Easy Flash Utility v1.03, The BIOS version of the...
  16. [ubuntu] Re: ubuntu-16.04-mini-i386.iso installer throws "isolinux.bin missing or corrupt."

    If the USB installer is written with dd, I am not able to modify anything in the partition where these files are, as it is write-protected.


    $ sudo mount /dev/sdb1 /home/user/mount/
    mount:...
  17. [ubuntu] Re: ubuntu-16.04-mini-i386.iso installer throws "isolinux.bin missing or corrupt."

    I tried ubuntu-14.04-mini-i386.iso with dd from Linux Mint 18, but still no luck.
    I also tried both ubuntu-14.04-mini-i386.iso and ubuntu-16.04-mini-i386.iso with dd from Lubuntu 14.04, but no luck...
  18. [ubuntu] ubuntu-16.04-mini-i386.iso installer throws "isolinux.bin missing or corrupt."

    I am trying to install Lubuntu 16.04 to my old Asus A6B00L laptop, but keep getting "isolinux.bin missing or corrupt" error when booting from the USB installer.
    This same USB installer starts...
  19. [SOLVED] Re: Calculating MD5 checksums for files listed in text file

    Thanks for the replies, I ended up in a solution like this:


    ~$ grep --invert-match 'file-to-ignore' files.txt | xargs --no-run-if-empty --replace={} md5sum '{}'...
  20. [SOLVED] Calculating MD5 checksums for files listed in text file

    Suppose I have a files.txt with a following content:



    /home/user/dir1/file1
    /home/user/dir2/file2
    /home/user/dir3/file3
    /home/user/dir4/file-to-ignore

    I want to pass these lines as an...
  21. Re: Linux distributions with 5+ years support

    I kind of noticed this at some point, but didn't fully realize it, so thanks for reminding. I tried it briefly, but it seems that it would require some customizing (or some nice theme for it) and it...
  22. Re: Linux distributions with 5+ years support

    After learning that CentOS / Scientific has a support of 10 years, five started to sound like a good beginning :)

    It's worth noticing though that in most cases you do not get the full five years...
  23. Re: Linux distributions with 5+ years support

    Slackware seems to have quite long support length indeed, although I slightly dislike the fact that it is not clearly set. But it is said in the Slackware Wikipedia site that



    I am not sure if...
  24. Re: Linux distributions with 5+ years support

    There seems to be this one third party repository for CentOS called EPEL that has many of the applications I am using at the moment, but which are not included on CentOS core repositories. It is...
  25. Re: Linux distributions with 5+ years support

    Before making any conclusions considering available applications, is Linux Packages Search - pkgs.org a reliable source to determine the content of repositories in those distributions included? I...
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