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    [ubuntu] Re: Problem after upgrade to 9.10

    I might have experienced the same problem. I think X simply restarts at some point during the login. Unfortunately, I do not recall exactly when/what it was.
    Perhaps there's an update somewhere...
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    Re: Code Error in C/CUDA Program

    I believe this forum is for Ubuntu beginners, not beginning programmers as far as I know. Don't worry about it, though; if there's a problem a moderator will surely step in and save the day.

    Good...
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    [ubuntu] Fan problems after resume on >= 2.6.30

    I discovered that in 9.10 my laptop's fan will not turn on after I resume the machine from suspend. As soon as the reported temperature reaches 80C, however, the fan switches on at its highest speed...
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    Re: Code Error in C/CUDA Program

    In line 20 you define a function GetElement(), so it seems you need parentheses instead of square brackets.

    Also, I think you're in the wrong forum ;)

    EDIT: I know nothing of CUDA so it might...
  5. [all variants] Re: HP HDX18 - Is this laptop OK with (K)(X)Ubuntu?

    On this part at least I can comment.
    There are two different things here: 64-bit support and virtualization support. Unfortunately I do not know whether Sony screws those up (ask the salesperson,...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Login Security in Karmic

    Because the "normal" installer does not include the option to encrypt the entire harddrive, unfortunately. If you're happy just encrypting your home folder then the normal ISO will do fine.


    Yes,...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Login Security in Karmic

    Yes, it will be quite easy for someone to access your stuff.

    Using the alternate CD you can choose full disk encryption during the installation process. This should set everything up for you. I...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Anti-logging Software Keyscrambler

    It's likely a piece of malware that got downloaded by your browser. Most likely a(n infected) website was hoping you were on Windows so it could attack you.

    It will not harm you because Ubuntu is...
  9. Thread: rsa keys

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    [ubuntu] Re: key permissions

    There's zero security risk in having it be world readable, because it's a public key. It can safely be distributed to whomever you'd like, even Mallory.
    Besides, in this case it's sitting in your...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Anti-logging Software Keyscrambler

    By that definition there's nothing preventing me from getting a virus, either. Someone could email it to me, and the code would be right here on my machine!
    These scanners prevent execution of code...
  11. [SOLVED] Re: Upgrading to windows 7 while dual booting ubuntu 9.10

    darkod is right. To make things a little more explicit (perhaps redundantly): Windows should not touch your other partition(s) at all. If it does it's a bug. So Ubuntu will be fine, and all it takes...
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    [all variants] Re: Is the live CD malware-proof?

    I'd recommend against a live session.
    With a live session, you're very quickly running outdated software, in other words buggy stuff. Then again, it'd have to be a very specific attack against the...
  13. [ubuntu] Re: Microsoft Sending Malware to Linux Computers

    Indeed it is. Contrary to Ubuntu which by default closes everything down, Windows machines are always on the lookout for eachother.
    You can safely ignore those events, or better yet tell the Windows...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Proxy problems in Firefox

    In general, user-specific settings are all in hidden folders in your home folder. Firefox, specifically, stores its stuff in ~/.mozilla/firefox where ~ means your home folder.

    EDIT: To look at...
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    Re: Ubuntu Makes Linux Look Bad!

    No.

    They don't owe you squat. You are free to download the software, but it comes with the GNU General Public License, which states --amongst other things--
    I understand that not every piece of...
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    [ubuntu] Re: WEP crack tutorial

    Pug your laptop into the router. Log in. Get/set the key.
    Cracking WEP for that is overkill. If you do decide to crack their encryption, however, make sure to point out to your grandparents anyone...
  17. [ubuntu] Re: Unique dual-boot file sytem/partition question

    If it's not too late:
    40 GiB for Ubuntu seems a little much. Since you won't put your data there, you only need a relatively small amount. I'd say 10 is plenty.

    Also, the swap is supposed to be...
  18. [ubuntu] Re: Unique dual-boot file sytem/partition question

    So far I've had no problems with either. NTFS makes your life a little easier because Windows (obviously) supports it out of the box, and so does Ubuntu.
  19. [ubuntu] Re: Unique dual-boot file sytem/partition question

    No offense, but this is hardly unique.

    Ubuntu has no problems mounting, reading from or writing to NTFS volumes. Also, using a driver from http://www.fs-driver.org/ Windows has no problems with...
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    [ubuntu] Re: C++ system commands

    #include <iostream>
    #include <string>
    #include <stdlib.h>

    int main()
    {
    std::cout << "Enter url: ";
    std::string url;
    std::cin >> url;
    url = "ping " + url;
  21. [ubuntu] Re: wireless takes long to establish after resume

    Thanks for your reply kerry.

    What I meant by my password was the locked screen after I resume my machine. I'd quite like to keep it that way. The secret for the connection is setup fine, too....
  22. [ubuntu] wireless takes long to establish after resume

    My resume appears to work fine. However, after I punch in my password it just takes too long before my wireless connection comes back up. For some time no networks show up in the pop-up menu; as soon...
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    [ubuntu] Re: SAME PROBLEM AROUND THE WORLD?! o_O

    Ubuntu torrents sometimes have those numbers... :rolleyes:
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    [ubuntu] Re: Need to constantly reset Cmos

    It may not be the most obvious bit that's the problem. Have you double-checked that you wired everything up properly and that all your components are properly seated (sometimes this takes some gentle...
  25. [ubuntu] Re: 1st generation ipod touch is considered a camera in jaunty

    Unfortunately, this is intended behaviour. Apple does not allow "proper" access to the device. If you're using 2.x or higher firmware you're completely out of luck. If you've got 1.x you can use...
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