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answered How to compile/install bind9 with DLZ (MySQL) support?
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comment How to compile/install bind9 with DLZ (MySQL) support?
@user308564 From what I read online, bind9 doesn't support DLZ by default. Are you saying it does?
Jul
29
asked How to compile/install bind9 with DLZ (MySQL) support?
Jul
20
answered Setting up multiple SSL certificates on apache2 VirtualHost(s) - 14.04?
Jul
20
comment Setting up multiple SSL certificates on apache2 VirtualHost(s) - 14.04?
According to en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Server_Name_Indication, Google Chrome has supported SNI for quite a long time. I have the most current version of it on my Ubuntu 14.04 laptop.
Jul
20
asked Setting up multiple SSL certificates on apache2 VirtualHost(s) - 14.04?
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comment How to disable the [HP] ACPI button for the wireless card?
We could be. I was also wondering how you could disable the button all together. Are you up for that?
Jun
22
comment How to disable the [HP] ACPI button for the wireless card?
By behavior, I assume you mean the LED color of the button. Blacklist, or no blacklist, the behavior is correct, but the button isn't disabled. Does that make sense?
Jun
21
comment How to disable the [HP] ACPI button for the wireless card?
The blacklist doesn't change anything. modprobe -r makes it the behavior correct, but blacklisting it after that does nothing.
Jun
21
comment How to disable the [HP] ACPI button for the wireless card?
Sadly, that didn't disable the button entirely. Do I need to undo the sudo modprobe -r hp_wmi command I ran earlier to make it work? (Would I replace the -r with an -a?
Jun
20
asked How to reverse the color of [HP] touchpad button/indicator LED
Jun
20
comment How to disable the [HP] ACPI button for the wireless card?
The module appears to be called hp_wmi. When I ran that command, suddenly the button works as it should. If you press it again, it will re-enable the WiFi as expected. But for future reference, why don't you post that and how to disable it entirely as an answer to this question.
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20
asked How to disable the [HP] ACPI button for the wireless card?
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comment How to create an (Ubuntu) .img file from .iso on Ubuntu?
askubuntu.com/questions/243628/cant-convert-iso-to-img-on-mac May help you?
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