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    [ubuntu] VSFTPD, SFTP, and Authorized Keys

    So I have two servers, one at home running 10.04 LTS and one remote also running 10.04 LTS.

    In an effort to improve my security, I recently disabled password authentication and enabled the option...
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    [ubuntu] Re: NSV Streams via Mediatomb

    I would love that. I can work with what you post.
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    [ubuntu] NSV Streams via Mediatomb

    I had this setup and working before with some help, so I know it is possible.

    I want to use Mediatomb to transcode a Shoutcast NSV stream on the fly so I can watch it on my Playstation. I know I...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Samba Issues after Kernel Update

    Thanks for that tip. If I continue to have issues I will do that.

    This just started after upgrading to the newest kernel, so that may have something to do with it. There was no update to Samba...
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    [ubuntu] Solved: Samba Issues after Kernel Update

    Thanks for your replies. I checked the status of the two services as suggested. SMBD was running of course, but NMBD was not. I started that as suggested and that did the trick.

    I have never...
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    [ubuntu] Solved: Samba Issues after Kernel Update

    Today when I logged into my fileserver it told me there were 20 updates available. I went ahead and installed them, one was a new kernel.

    After reboot, I cannot see that machine when I browse the...
  7. Re: HOWTO: Converting your movies to DPG format for moonshell on the Nintendo DS

    This works great as others have said. The sit ehosting the Python script was not working for me, so I found it on Google and copied it to a blank document, naming it appropriately.

    Here it is,...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Building an Ubuntu desktop

    All of these parts should be immediately recognized by Ubuntu. Good choice on the Video card, Ubuntu does well with Nvidia with the proprietary drivers.

    The big issues come with WiFi cards, be...
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    Re: linux 'old tech' ?

    You made some decent points, I will pick at a few. Azure is a paid product? Does it come free bundled with the OS?

    Less meaning they have 5 and we have 100, just numbers wise. Sure they can pay...
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    Re: linux 'old tech' ?

    What kind of answer is that? Can I prove it? Did you read my post?

    Javascript exploits in IE pop up all the time, like this one -...
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    Re: Can't live without Windows after all

    Facebook works fine with Linux. I use Epiphany Browser, but Firefox and Opera both work fine. You need Sun Java to upload pictures, but Facebook itself requires no plugins or anything special, I log...
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    Re: What did Chrome OS do to my netbook?

    There is an image of Chrome OS ready to go on The Pirate Bay.

    Here it is - http://thepiratebay.org/torrent/5179139/Google.Chrome.OS.VMDK.2009_ExtraTorrent_-0b5c3n3

    You can just point VirtualBox...
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    Re: linux 'old tech' ?

    Let's take a few things.

    1) Many people have given you input on the IE statement. IE sucks, it is a terrible, insecure, non compliant browser. It has always been that way. It doesn't help that it...
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    Dell Cyber Monday Ubuntu Netbook Sale

    http://www.dell.com/content/topics/segtopic.aspx/two-day-sale?c=us&cs=04&l=en&s=bsd&dgc=EM&cid=50593&lid=1311326

    Look under featured laptops. $209 USD preloaded with Ubuntu 8.04 LTS.

    Not bad...
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    [all variants] Re: Firefox 3.5 is Slow on Ubuntu

    The official final version is in the repos, and works fine for me. I am on 3.5.2.

    If you think it runs slow, try Epiphany, it is much faster.
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    [ubuntu] Re: speed up ubuntu on a netbook

    That write speed is still abysmal compared to the spinning hard drive, or SSD that comes with it. You are better off with a regular install on the hard drive if speed is your goal.
  17. [SOLVED] Re: Transmission Bit Torrent Software Question

    Have you tried assigning a different IP in Ubuntu and forwarding a different port in the router?

    Try 192.168.2.5, or if that is in the DHCP range, go outside of it. Pick some other high up port,...
  18. [SOLVED] Re: Transmission Bit Torrent Software Question

    While in Ubuntu, does the port show as open on a site like http://canyouseeme.org?

    Post the result of:


    /sbin/ifconfig
  19. [ubuntu] Re: What's ubuntu jaunty got against the New York Times?

    I get the same packet filtered ping response, but the page loads fine for me. Where are you located in the World?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Aircrack Ng installed but not there???

    Someone needs to read the documentation. Aircrack is not a GUI based app, and it is not a point and click and the app does it all for you type of deal either.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Setting up uTorrent with Wine

    I am not either, I use Linux only, what do I need warez for :D

    I use torrents more for entertainment, all legal of course ;) :popcorn:
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    [ubuntu] Re: Setting up uTorrent with Wine

    It is still Java based. I kept it in the list because it is accepted on all private trackers that I use and is generally a very well thought of client.

    If you want a utorrent lookalike with...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Preparing myself for Ubuntu Getaway!

    This is what I mean. If you want Windows, and you want to use Windows programs written for Windows that do not have Linux ports, and you are not willing to compromise on this, then you want Windows,...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Setting up uTorrent with Wine

    Removing the clients that are either Java based or banned on 99.9% of Private trackers, you are left with:




    Choose wisely.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Preparing myself for Ubuntu Getaway!

    No, they are not designed for Linux. You could not compile a Linux native app on Windows, ever.
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