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  1. Re: Which smartphone brand do you think provides best service in least price?

    Cutting edge does not equal quality. I've used the cutting edge phones from work. Every single non-iPhone phone I received broke within a year, due to battery, firmware, or software.

    I was given...
  2. Re: How to restrict Zoom access to files?

    You generate an apparmor profile for it.

    Generally speaking. I don't use snaps. :)
  3. Re: Homebrew Removal Issue at Startup

    This happens at what point? After login? Is this terminal output?

    Could you provide the later part of your bash_history, so it's easier to determine what was done to cause the issue?
  4. Re: I have removed SQL and then it sais warning and error

    Please re-upload the files as attachments to the post rather than using a third-party website. This is a security concern for users.
  5. [ubuntu] Re: Bluetooth head phones not working with Zoom

    It may be using your default output rather than your Bluetooth.

    Following this guide, you should be able to select your output. Are the Bluetooth speakers an available option at this screen?
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  6. Re: Which smartphone brand do you think provides best service in least price?

    Seriously? iPhone. I cannot find a better service. Fortunately there are easy ways to sync iPhone with your computer on Ubuntu.
  7. Re: Which laptop brand provides best service in least price?

    Lenovo has typically held this title for Linux enthusiasts.

    I buy Dell myself.
  8. Re: ubuntu20.04 a lot faster after disabling tracker

    Thanks for the suggestion. It looks like photos and music doesn't work when this is disabled. Hm, but it certainly makes sense for many computers that I don't use as desktops.
  9. [ubuntu] Re: Is kernel vulnerabilities applicable for nonexistent hardware device ?

    Any vulnerability could be exploited. The safest response is to patch your kernel using Ubuntu's LTS release.
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    Anyone at OSSNA this year?

    This is my first time. Spending some time with tutorials.
  11. Re: Strange behaviour makes me think of a virus.

    Maybe Reddit or StackOverflow?
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    Re: Anyone else have this problem?

    :lolflag:
  13. [SOLVED] Re: GUFW unrelated questions about profiles & ufw app.profiles

    With the default UFW rules, you will need --sport 1900 opened to receive broadcasts.



    This problem appears pretty common.
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  14. Re: What are the chances of seeing more ARM support? Hardware and software?

    Ubuntu already ports to a very popular ARM distributor and its own official image for Ubuntu server (https://ubuntu.com/download/server/arm). You can install a gui ontop of this or wait for more...
  15. [SOLVED] Re: GUFW unrelated questions about profiles & ufw app.profiles

    Firewalls are quite simple. They handle egress and ingress of data. GUFW is the graphical interface for UFW, which supplies a default profile to block all inbound data unless you specify a rule that...
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    Re: Anyone else have this problem?

    Appears to be a driver issue. Could you post the contents of your /var/log/cat?
  17. [SOLVED] Re: GUFW unrelated questions about profiles & ufw app.profiles

    I don't think GUFW has that feature yet. I haven't checked recently, so it may be different.

    What you may be looking for is called an Application Firewall, the best example is opensnitch.
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  18. Re: Automating partitions during install

    Thanks for the pointer, oldfred.

    It's on my todo list to support 20.04 LTS. I really, really hope this means there is better support in 20.04 LTS for this sort of task.
  19. Re: Strange behaviour makes me think of a virus.

    This appears to be a network security question.

    This community forum assists in "Questions about security in Ubuntu and the official flavours."

    Though I believe many users here have years of...
  20. Re: Strange behaviour makes me think of a virus.

    I think you should try reopening this thread in a hardware support forum.

    I believe the issue is related to hardware, and there can be plenty of troubleshooting done there.

    If you find a virus,...
  21. Re: Automating partitions during install

    That's an interesting proposal, webmin.

    I think it would work for a different project. I wouldn't go this route for this project, as relying on API is sticky. I want to be able to this entirely...
  22. Re: Strange behaviour makes me think of a virus.

    I think this is a hardware failure too.

    Try
    dmesg | grep error

    Sometimes things pop out, and I can fix them immediately.
  23. Re: Automating partitions during install

    It is absolutely essential to have everything separated.

    I can already accomplish everything with automation besides separating the partitions and encrypting them.

    Today I automate EFI builds...
  24. Re: Automating partitions during install

    At least 5 tables, if I parse your question correctly.

    In my earlier builds, I was happy to have my partition tables prioritize space for /home and / with /var and /tmp being smaller.

    I would...
  25. Re: Strange behaviour makes me think of a virus.

    Without a virus scan, it's hard to say. There aren't a lot of known malware, but that doesn't mean there isn't any malware.

    eBooks have a reputation for carrying malware. I recommend reinstalling...
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