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    [SOLVED] Re: rsync suddenly not working

    I notice a space between
    192.168.1.3: and
    /home/.

    Although I haven't used rsync in a while, are you sure that there should be a space between those 2?
  2. Re: Compiling from the sources VS installing from a Personal Package Archive?

    Installing from source:

    Pros:

    Providing that you got the source from the official place, you know that it has not been altered.
    You can get the latest available version of the program...
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    Re: Count to 200 - BEFORE MOD RESETS BACK TO ONE!

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    I would very much like some mod to make a script that resets the thread once it reaches 199 every time :P
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    Re: 10 years of Linux

    Of course if things do not work out for you, just use Windows or anything else that works.

    Just I want to point out that don't think that all of us that are using Linux on our daily basis have to...
  5. [lubuntu] Re: Wallch (Wallpaper changer) from 3+ repo does not have the "Set custom command" op

    Oh, I was mistaken. The above was about XFCE, not LXDE. Silly me. Wallch 4.0 uses
    pcmanfm -w "image" in order to change the image. Proof:...
  6. [lubuntu] Re: Wallch (Wallpaper changer) from 3+ repo does not have the "Set custom command" op

    Oh :( Well, as I developed the LXDE support, I am not pleased. But, to my defense, LXDE is pretty badly organized as for its settings. One thing that I find completely wrong is that its settings...
  7. [lubuntu] Re: Wallch (Wallpaper changer) from 3+ repo does not have the "Set custom command" op

    Hello there SweetBearCub!

    I am one of the devs of Wallch, and I just want to let you know that Wallch 4.0 is indeed ready (not released anywhere officially) and is already included in 14.04's...
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    Re: Post your CTRL+V's

    Perspiration
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    [UbuntuGnome] Re: Media player won't work at any cost.

    Hey, what is the output if you run "vlc" from inside a terminal? (you can open a terminal by hitting Ctrl+Alt+T)
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    [other] Re: System is hacked

    Well, the Ubuntu password was changed?
  11. [SOLVED] Re: How do you run Thunar in terminal in script and kill the terminal?

    Hm, when you run the above script from terminal, you can do the following:


    ./that_script_you_posted.sh& exit

    That will cause the script you posted to start and then the terminal will exit...
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    Re: Bootup has speeded up!

    Huh :) I didn't notice any significant difference to tell you the truth.

    Are you sure it wasn't on sleep?
  13. Thread: Keylogger

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    Re: Keylogger

    Pretty much what cariboo907 said. I didn't say that the malicious program would install something into your system folders, but into your home folder.

    It doesn't need any special privilege in...
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    Re: Is the "make" command just a compiler

    No. "make" is not a compiler. It calls compilers that build your code.

    It is like you make a file named my_script.sh that calls gcc and compiles code. my_script.sh is not a compiler itself.
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    [ubuntu] Re: I've been hacked

    I am very sorry that this happened to you. I hope you had everything backed up. This is the worst type of hackers: Logging in, deleting as many things as they can and then they log off. Probably...
  16. Thread: Keylogger

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    Re: Keylogger

    I don't get any warning if I am running xmacrorec2 and I run gksudo. XMacrorec2 does not have any problem logging your password, too. Try it yourself.
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    New Icon Needed for Wallch!

    I am on of the developers of Wallch and we need a new icon for the application.

    This is the current icon:

    http://i.imgur.com/UK4qNc5.png

    and it is the first icon that we used for the...
  18. Thread: Keylogger

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    Re: Keylogger

    Short answer: There is not a simple way that I am aware of. Using techniques like the ones that xmacrorec2 uses, you are able to record the keystrokes without locking them: For example, there can be...
  19. Thread: Keylogger

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    Re: Keylogger

    No, you are completely wrong, here. I don't want to sound harsh or an expert, but you had better not answer at all if you are not sure about the correct answer, especially in security questions (I am...
  20. Re: Ubuntu programming - which should i choose?

    No, I wouldn't recommend C++ for games.

    As for the libraries that exist right now, I would recommend the following:

    1: For GUI programs:

    C -> If you want native look, using GTK libraries...
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    Re: User name & password

    You've never seen this screen?

    http://draalin.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/draalin-how-to-install-ubuntu-desktop-13-04-raring-ringtail-8.png
  22. Re: Ubuntu programming - which should i choose?

    As you are inexperienced right now I don't think that you should start developing games immediately.

    I started learning programming through C, which is considered a rather difficult language. If I...
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    Re: User name & password

    Hello James_S_Jones!

    During the installation of Ubuntu, when you were asked about your username you were also asked to type your password, twice.

    After reboot and when you boot into Ubuntu, you...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Terminal emulator with root as default

    Edit the .desktop file for your gnome-terminal and alter it to this:



    gnome-terminal -e "bash -c \"sudo su; exec bash\""


    It will ask you for password each time it starts.
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    Re: Can't reply to my own thread

    Link http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-1951037.html
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