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I am a University student, with a focus on Cyber Security. I am also a Linux enthusiast.


[Ubuntu-related Things]

I am affiliated with several different Launchpad projects and groups, listed on my Launchpad User Page.

I am also able to be found on ubuntuforums.org, and this is my user account there.

I am an Ubuntu Member as of November of 2011. Please see my launchpad user page for details.


IRC:
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TheLordOfTime @ irc.freenode.net


(This user is a self-proclaimed Brony)


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comment How should I deal with bugs that are for unsupported versions of Ubuntu?
@labyrinth you will not find anyone truly official (based on your definition thereof) responding from Canonical nor the community mods here because AIUI nobody at canonical controls the bug triage rules themselves (except maybe Brian Murray who doesn't view the site here often), and not the community mods because none of them do bug triage.
2h
comment How do Bugs get Categorized and what is the lifecycle of a bug?
The flowcharts were removed - we need to rebuild them at some point I think...
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comment How should I deal with bugs that are for unsupported versions of Ubuntu?
My LP profile is here if you want to confirm my claims in the first part of my answer here of my group affiliations.
2h
answered How should I deal with bugs that are for unsupported versions of Ubuntu?
6h
comment View available items to install via apt-get?
Too many questions. Also, that list is potentially infinite for the different packages that can be installed - a full packages list is HUGE (the compressed Packages list in gzip form seems to be almost 2MB - that could easily expand to be huge). Typically, we use synaptic or the web page at packages.ubuntu.com for specific searches and such.
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comment airmon-ng with internal wifi adapter
Next time, flag the question as "Offtopic" - it does not help to have a post answering this if the post itself is going to get nuked as a result of "offtopic"
Jan
23
comment Define specific internet routing with Network Manager
@chili555 it breaks Network Manager handling of the connection - in which different wifi networks I have different DNS servers
Jan
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revised Define specific internet routing with Network Manager
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Jan
23
comment Define specific internet routing with Network Manager
@ElderGeek Perhaps a wider range question: Is there a way with command line tools and network manager negotiating the connection parameters (DHCP, etc.) to define the ethernet interface for the default route? (The other consideration is, I use VPN sometimes, so... adds to the complication)
Jan
23
comment Define specific internet routing with Network Manager
@ElderGeek done
Jan
23
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Jan
23
comment Define specific internet routing with Network Manager
@ElderGeek Impossible when you are using multiple wifi networks as one might in a laptop - hence the question here
Jan
23
comment Define specific internet routing with Network Manager
@chili555 that breaks DHCP and the settings for multiple wifi networks in NetworkManager in a GUI setup. If it's not possible, then we need to yell at Ubuntu for failing in this regard.
Jan
23
asked Define specific internet routing with Network Manager
Jan
23
revised Sites and Accessing Pages is Blocked on Work Network by opends, can I bypass it?
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comment Sites and Accessing Pages is Blocked on Work Network by opends, can I bypass it?
@belayneh don't forget to mark this as an answer so the question is considered closed.
Jan
23
comment Sites and Accessing Pages is Blocked on Work Network by opends, can I bypass it?
@belayneh If the network is set up like I think it is, the web traffic goes through some kind of web gateway, and if you try and go right out to the internet without the web gateway / proxy / (whatever they have on the network to filter traffic), you'll get a "DENY" from a firewall, and probably have IT come visiting you. As well, it's a policy issue in the workplace - you shouldn't be bypassing network restrictions which are put in place as a matter of policy because if you do that enough you could get fired or worse. So no, there's no way to bypass it without legal hell getting you fired.
Jan
23
revised Sites and Accessing Pages is Blocked on Work Network by opends, can I bypass it?
DO NOT remove netowrking tag. 'internet' tag is also for internet connections, not issues with site filtering.
Jan
23
revised Sites and Accessing Pages is Blocked on Work Network by opends, can I bypass it?
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