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  1. [all variants] Re: HOWTO: Disable GPG agent password dialog (pinentry)

    Thank you! :)

    In case others search for this > command where it's useful (non-interactive file encryption via gpg/command line):


    gpg --batch --yes --passphrase secret -c file
  2. [ubuntu] Re: Alternate CD installation possible without internet connection?

    Thanks for the hint! =)

    After it recognizes the network, one's in a dead end, but cancelling the scanning process indeed spares this; saying no to manually configuration then leads further.
  3. [ubuntu] Alternate CD installation possible without internet connection?

    Hello,

    I tried to install Ubuntu 11.10 using the alternate CD (from USB-Stick/unetbootin). Is there a way around entering network information? I access with DSL and as far as I can see the...
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    [ubuntu] How to install Kword 2.3.7+ in Natty

    The default KWord version coming with Natty has a bug which makes it useless on many systems (link); is there a repository for newer K-Office releases?
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    [all variants] Re: SELinux sandbox on Ubuntu

    @Lars Noodén
    Thanks, and I had tried, should have said that. I'm a bit insecure about if I need to create a seperate file usr.lib.firefox.plugin-container (e.g. this one) or if AppArmor expects the...
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    [all variants] Re: SELinux sandbox on Ubuntu

    @bodhi.zazen
    Thanks for the great tutorials + Firefox-profile! Managed to set it up using them. =)

    --

    Just wondering, for non-techies, how reliable do you guys estimate the protection of...
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    [all variants] Re: SELinux sandbox on Ubuntu

    May not be the right place to ask, but: There are many comparisons online; for a newbie it can be difficult to choose. Is it right that only SELinux's sandbox engages an X instance and window manager...
  8. [SOLVED] Re: Alert possible when network manager looses VPN-connection?

    That's something wonderful, thank you for the script! :cool:
  9. [SOLVED] Alert possible when network manager looses VPN-connection?

    Today I got aware that network manager (I guess after the DSL-router changed the IP) lost connection without notifying me. I'm wondering, is there a way over some config-setting to get an alert in...
  10. [ubuntu] Re: Firefox: White background while frame is loading

    One of the most elementary questions of HTML/helpfile systems (trying to keep this thread alive, though kinda offtopic). :)

    I got the same problem with a template I've been working on: demo.
  11. Re: Linux distributions: How distanced to the hacker scene are they?

    @phrostbyte Yes, that was my fear, someone temporarily accessing repositories/the file servers at Debian's. Though very unlikely to happen/professional ethics.


    :biggrin:

    Reminded me of...
  12. Re: Need Help With Bash Script to run Paint Shop Pro 9

    Thanks for looking into this! =)

    And, wow, plugin registry's real mighty! <3 I guess you're right, PSP8+ under Wine seems a bit ressource-consuming, anyway.
  13. Re: Need Help With Bash Script to run Paint Shop Pro 9

    I tried that, tonight, but the garbage wasn't useable, just something like repeatedly:

    rt_sigprocmask(SIG_SETMASK, [], NULL, 8) = 0
    rt_sigprocmask(SIG_BLOCK, [HUP INT USR1 USR2 ALRM CHLD IO], [],...
  14. Re: Need Help With Bash Script to run Paint Shop Pro 9

    I've also tried this tutorial, just with paths/program name according to version 8:

    http://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=version&iId=2505&iTestingId=35124

    Seems the workaround...
  15. Re: Need Help With Bash Script to run Paint Shop Pro 9

    I guess it's not so far from a solution what you created. I tried with PSP8/wine-1.2 (username/PSP "JS" in capslock, despite Profile)


    env WINEPREFIX="/home/js/.wine" wine...
  16. Re: Linux distributions: How distanced to the hacker scene are they?

    I guess the subscription notifications got stuck in the spam filter - just saw your answers, sorry for reply 1week+!


    I wished the one had first given the material to CID -> if nothing happens...
  17. Re: Linux distributions: How distanced to the hacker scene are they?

    @perspectoff Thanks for this great posting! <3
  18. Re: Linux distributions: How distanced to the hacker scene are they?

    @t0p Yes, it's confusing since I rather mean engaged officials, professors etc., people in the background, humanists, intelligence contacts, than organized groups.

    I'm also not sure with the...
  19. Re: Linux distributions: How distanced to the hacker scene are they?

    part2 (try to keep it short by not quoting too much) :)

    @roggenschrotbrot I did have contact to CCC people; it's hard to talk to them, many here are ultraconservative when it comes to all things...
  20. Re: Linux distributions: How distanced to the hacker scene are they?

    Thanks for all the cool comments! :) And sorry for me turning up so late, again. I've been sitting over court stuff till 5:00 AM (CET), by far longer as planned. |-)

    @cascade9 I agree that there...
  21. Re: Linux distributions: How distanced to the hacker scene are they?

    @PaulReaver Thank you, you even hinted to the other problems, that was real nice! <3

    I guess it's a very fundamental question, which Microsoft-close companies often kind of use as an argument...
  22. Re: Linux distributions: How distanced to the hacker scene are they?

    @Grenage Ok, I take that back. It was more the "+1", because you know how everyone says WikiLeaks is cool as it entertains them, but we have to face the consequences, and then it's not funny, just...
  23. Re: Linux distributions: How distanced to the hacker scene are they?

    They say there are no stupid answers. - Well, sometimes they're wrong.
  24. Linux distributions: How distanced to the hacker scene are they?

    Hey guys,

    this is something unusual. For long time now I was wondering, how likely it is that a hacker gets exploitable code into the kernel, or some software package.

    Let me explain in short,...
  25. [ubuntu] Re: UncomplicatedFirewall>rule blocking internet access for all programs except white

    I tried and soon gave up X) then came to ufw; few commands preconfigured seemed promising. (:
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