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  1. [gnome] Re: Ubuntu 13.04: Anyone know what the first entry is about?

    If you mean to say Xorg, well, that's your display server. You need that in order to have a graphical user interface :). If you kill it, you will be dropped to one of the VTYs (Virtual terminals, the...
  2. [ubuntu] Re: Flash video failing to go fullscreen on Ubuntu 12.04

    Click to focus.....SOB!

    Thanks for the sugestion. This bug drived me nuts!
  3. [other] Re: CHanging the IP address of a Linux device from a webpage using CGI scripts

    If the command


    sudo

    Does not give you "command not found" message, then you do have sudo. If sudo is present on the system, the default path for the sudoers file is:


    /etc/sudoers
  4. [other] Re: CHanging the IP address of a Linux device from a webpage using CGI scripts

    Ahh! I see!

    So its not supposed to be a multi-user system. According to the manual apache seems to run under the "nobody" user by default. That user is unprivileged.

    In order for your CGI to...
  5. [other] Re: CHanging the IP address of a Linux device from a webpage using CGI scripts

    I would not recommend CGI scripts for changing IP's. This operation may cut you off from your device and should be used with caution. If you must change the IP, I sugest you do it manually via ssh.
    ...
  6. [other] Re: CHanging the IP address of a Linux device from a webpage using CGI scripts

    Short answer: Yes


    Changing the IP address however is an administrative task, and requires root access. That means that your web server has to be run as root, or that you must use sudo (or other...
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    Re: Happy Wi-Fi Day 8.02.11

    Belkin routers are just awful!
  8. [all variants] Re: How do you Check the ammount of RAM installed?

    Try the following command in a terminal:


    free -m
  9. Thread: DNS and VPS

    by denver
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    [ubuntu] Re: DNS and VPS

    I would also recommend you take a look at a free DNS hosting provider such as:

    http://freedns.afraid.org/

    It will save you the trouble of hosting your own DNS server, and they probably have...
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    Re: linux/windows: the fundamental difference?

    Fundamentally nothing changed since 2006. "Old"....maybe, "obsolete irrelevant" definitely not. Comparing the internet 15 years ago to an operating system and/or kernel from 4 years ago?...
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    Re: linux/windows: the fundamental difference?

    The link posted by akoskm is very good. Everybody that posted so far should have a look at it :). I found it particularly informative.

    This topic could go on forever, and has been talked about...
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    [all variants] Re: Good graphics card for light 3D gaming?

    Go for nVidia. Any nVidia. Never had any issues with any nVidia card. ATI still has problems with its drivers, and intel....well...lets just stick to nVidia :).

    You can get a 8000 series or a 9000...
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    [ubuntu] Re: can't connect via ssh

    That message usually happens when you reinstall your server, or when you regenerate the ssh server's RSA keys. It also happens when another server is using an IP address that used to belong to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: can't connect via ssh

    Log says that there is no such user (Gen1) on your machine:


    Aug 4 16:03:40 Gen2 sshd[2230]: Invalid user Gen1 from 10.10.90.4

    The user you are trying to login as, must exist on the target...
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    [SOLVED] Re: nm applet indicator

    Its just a nasty UI bug :). Do a:


    killall gnome-panel

    to refresh the panel. It should get back to normal as soon as the panel restarts.
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    [ubuntu] Re: can't connect via ssh

    Looks like its the ssh server that's returning that error. Your best bet to find out the real problem, is to look at the ssh logs on the server itself.

    Just do a:



    tail -f /var/log/auth.log...
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    [ubuntu] Re: can't connect via ssh

    The output from:


    ssh -vv user@host

    might give us a better ideea where the problem pops up. Permission denied is usualy returned by the shell, not by the ssh daemon itself (can't be certain...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Problem in installing Android AVDs

    I think you would have better luck asking in an Android or eclipse forum. I found this after a quick google search, but if it does not work for you, starting a thread in the Android or eclise forums...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Changing DNS Domain Name in Ubuntu

    Well, this might be an extensive response, but its all based on what you really want to achieve.

    If for example you want to associate a hostname to an IP address present on your system, and you...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Infected Ubuntu System...

    Your rc.local looks good. This file can only be changed using administrative priviledges, so if you did not input your password, you should be OK.

    Browsing the internet and randomly clicking on...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Netstat - Is someone else sshed in?

    A usefull command which shows you who is connected to a pty or tty is:



    gabi@rossak:~$ w
    17:25:40 up 3:29, 11 users, load average: 0.68, 0.51, 0.33
    USER TTY FROM ...
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    Re: we don't deserve the pride of being open

    Here is a really really old article about VirtualBox and OpenGL 3D acceleration:

    https://jeremy.visser.name/2008/12/18/virtualbox-210-does-opengl-3d-acceleration/

    Direct3D does not work as well...
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    [ubuntu] Re: XP can ping FreeNAS hostname, Ubuntu can't

    If i am not mistaken, you can ping the NAS from your XP machine because it does a NetBios lookup and finds the IP. There is a post by javiwwweb that explains how to do this in ubuntu:
    ...
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    Re: Can't write to /usr/lib

    All wine applications should be installed in your home folder. DO NOT under any circumstances use wine under the root user.

    Any application installed in /usr/lib is a native Linux app. Installing...
  25. Thread: Bridging

    by denver
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    [ubuntu] Re: Bridging

    IF you are trying to share your internet connection using your laptop, have a look here:

    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Internet/ConnectionSharing
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