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  1. Re: Donating your unused computer time for humanity - The World Community Grid

    A very great idea indeed! I'm running this on my desktop and phone for years now. :-)
  2. Re: How-to vid: Installing an SSH honeypot on Ubuntu 14.10 using Kippo and Kippo Grap

    Please turn on your speakers and set the video quality to 1080p (click the gear icon bottom-right).
  3. How-to vid: Installing an SSH honeypot on Ubuntu 14.10 using Kippo and Kippo Graph

    Hi everyone,

    I just uploaded a video on how to install an SSH honeypot on Ubuntu 14.10 using Kippo and Kippo Graph. For those not familiar, Kippo is an SSH honeypot which you can use to log and...
  4. [all variants] Re: Running Microsoft Office 2013 on Ubuntu using FreeRDP

    Thanks for your comment. Although I see how this could be seen as falsely advertising something that isn't true, I think I made it quite clear that it's using virtualization, instead of using Wine.
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  5. [all variants] Running Microsoft Office 2013 on Ubuntu using FreeRDP

    Hi all,

    I made a (short) video explaining how you can use Microsoft Office 2013 on Ubuntu using VirtualBox and FreeRDP. You can check it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cRoS2iJNGj8
    Let me...
  6. Re: Ubuntu running Microsoft Office 2013 in a couple different ways (no wine involved

    Yes, that's really great, but it also was about time. I haven't tried it yet since I'm using LibreOffice just fine. I might look into this though, just to see how it works.
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    Accessing Linux partitions in Windows 8.1

    Hi,

    I apologize beforehand if I'm not posting this in the right category; I always seem to have a difficult time with this. Anyway, I posted a tutorial on YouTube how you can access your Linux...
  8. Re: Ubuntu running Microsoft Office 2013 in a couple different ways (no wine involved

    Of course, I agree. Though, using the RemoteApp solution, you could RDP into a whole other system. If you're connecting to a terminal server, it only stresses the server, not your own box.
  9. Ubuntu running Microsoft Office 2013 in a couple different ways (no wine involved)

    Hi there,

    So, I thought of sharing my way to run Office 2013 on your Linux box. I uploaded a couple of videos demonstrating a few different ways on how to do this.



    As a RemoteApp (brief):...
  10. Re: Chroot SFTP users cannot logon with WinSCP

    Even though this is an old thread, I posted a video on YouTube demonstrating this in under 3 minutes: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EQXzyjkLgX0
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    [all variants] Re: BURG EFI signed entries don't work

    Yes, I use BIOS mode in UEFI, so I I would also presume I don't need the EFI entries. The problem is, my machine does seem to think so, irregardless. How can I help resolve this?
  12. [all variants] Openssh-server white-list specific IP addresses for specific users?

    Hi,

    Is it possible to white-list specific IP addresses for specific users with openssh-server?
    For example, I got a user named "John". I want to create a white-list of IP addresses, while...
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    [all variants] Re: BURG EFI signed entries don't work

    Thanks, but I actually don't need to boot with UEFI, I'm using regular BIOS. BootInfo report: http://paste.ubuntu.com/6144934/
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    [all variants] BURG EFI signed entries don't work

    Hi there,

    So I've installed BURG, a fancy grub-like bootloader with more eye candy, on my Ubuntu 13.04 x64 box now and it wants to boot an EFI boot entry by default. Every time it does so I get...
  15. Re: On becoming a certified Ubuntu professional

    That's true, I use CentOS for the labs since I don't have access to RHEL.
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    Re: Steam for Linux celebration with 50-75% discount on Linux titles.

    Hehe, you really must be new to this if you've never heard of Steam.

    Steam is basically one of the biggest platforms which enables you to buy and download video games, typically at a lower price...
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    Steam for Linux celebration with 50-75% discount on Linux titles.

    "Feb 14, 2013–Valve, creators of best-selling game franchises (such as Counter-Strike and Team Fortress) and leading technologies (such as Steam and Source), today announced the release of its...
  18. Re: On becoming a certified Ubuntu professional

    For those interested in RH certifications, that's actually pretty good advise.

    What a coincidence, since a couple of days I decided to get more hands-on experience with RHEL. I grabbed Damian...
  19. Re: On becoming a certified Ubuntu professional

    What happened to the UCP anyway? I got mine a couple of years back through Prometric when they were already in the process of cancelling it. That is, at least through Prometric and instead offering...
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    Re: Ubuntu 12.10 running Office 2013

    @ prodigy: You're right, the title could be considered misleading, sorry about that. I don't know how to edit the title here, but I did edit the title of the Youtube video.
    @ HermanAB: Thanks for...
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    Ubuntu 12.10 running Office 2013 using RemoteApp

    Hi there,

    So I thought on sharing my way to run Office 2013 on your Linux box by running a VM, and then open your applications using a RemoteApp-like application called WinConn. Here's the result...
  22. [all variants] Re: Active Directory Integrated DNS with BIND Secondaries

    Ok, so Centrify Express works like a charm. It enables me to add tons of different Linux distributions in Active Directory and they register themselves to the Windows DNS servers. For more advanced...
  23. [all variants] Re: Active Directory Integrated DNS with BIND Secondaries

    To sum it a bit up: I just like to experiment and think up these scenario's where Linux might provide a nice alternative to some other popular, but costly solutions. That, and it's quite fun. :)
  24. [all variants] Re: Active Directory Integrated DNS with BIND Secondaries

    To explain a little what started all this: I thought of how I could design a small business network for starting and young companies that don't have a very big budget te spend on IT. As we all know,...
  25. [all variants] Re: Active Directory Integrated DNS with BIND Secondaries

    Well, in my test lab my Windows machines still reside in my lab.local zone, whereas the Linux machines are now being placed in my new linux.lab.local zone. The Linux machine names differ from the...
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