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Thread: anyone try Progex?

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    Re: anyone try Progex?

    Quote Originally Posted by joey-elijah View Post
    One thing that worried me - coming from a windows where the "EVERYPIECEOFSOFTWAREISPOTENTIALMALWARE" roolz, i'd like to know what SYSLOGD and KLOGD are.
    Some info on them here: http://linux.about.com/od/commands/l...l8_syslogd.htm

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    Re: anyone try Progex?

    aslong as they're not keyloggers all is sweet.

    Isn't it sad how the Windows 'Virus Fear' mentality takes hold
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    Re: anyone try Progex?

    Quote Originally Posted by joey-elijah View Post
    aslong as they're not keyloggers all is sweet.
    I'm pretty sure that's what klogd is.

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    Re: anyone try Progex?

    Quote Originally Posted by Izek View Post
    I'm pretty sure that's what klogd is.
    klogd is a system daemon which intercepts and logs Linux kernel messages

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    Re: anyone try Progex?

    I bought the Progex disk and by the time it arrived at my house I was sorry I bought it. After searching the forums I realized there were real problems with this effort. And the complaints from users are real.

    Cups is not on the disk or somehow not configured. Printing is not supported. If the author "misplaced" cups, what else is screwed up? Also, if a new user is created all the pretty stuff goes away and you have the default Ubuntu desktop. The author admits he doesn't understand how this works in Ubuntu in one of his posts to the official Progex forum.

    Progex is NOT ready for prime time.
    Last edited by demosthene1; January 10th, 2009 at 04:29 PM.

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