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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:
teward @ irc.freenode.net
TheLordOfTime @ irc.freenode.net


(This user is a self-proclaimed Brony)


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comment Can I pause YouTube in Chrome from the command line?
@Tim I do not know - that may be a different question you would post.
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comment How should I deal with bugs that are for unsupported versions of Ubuntu?
@labyrinth ONLY look at EOL releases that have Open Bugs (see my comment on my answer). There are no bugs that are Open that are against Hardy. (Invalid, Won't Fix, Fix Released, Expired are all considered "closed" and should NOT be touched.) Only look at release series' targeted bugs which have "Open" statuses (New, Incomplete, Triaged, Fix Committed).
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comment Can I pause YouTube in Chrome from the command line?
@Tim it'd still be a Chrome thing - if you want to control it in Chrome then Chrome and the Flash plugin would need to have an API that listens locally, and running a youtube and chrome window shows no kind of API starting up. You'd probably need an offline YouTube client with an API to do that, but it probably won't have Chrome intergration...
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comment Can I pause YouTube in Chrome from the command line?
This would require some kind of API call to the HTML5 or Flash video player through Chrome - I don't think there's any kind of setup that exists that can do that.
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comment How should I deal with bugs that are for unsupported versions of Ubuntu?
@labyrinth there's no open Hardy bugs. Your triaging Hardy bugs is irrelevant then at this point - move your triage focus to a release that recently went EOL or is EOL and have open bugs. (The URL pattern is https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/CODENAME/ to find open bugs, where CODENAME is the release codename, such as hardy or lucid)
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comment How should I deal with bugs that are for unsupported versions of Ubuntu?
@drkokandy I believe this is already listed in the triage guide, if not then we can certainly add it, but I leave the documenting to others - typically, you should refer to Bug Importance and Bug Status documentation instead (related questions: Importance and Status; read their parent wiki pages as well!!!) since that's usually updated more often.
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comment How should I deal with bugs that are for unsupported versions of Ubuntu?
@labyrinth If you want, you can hop into the chat and discuss things with me, or hop onto IRC (my username there is teward on Freenode)
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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.
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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
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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
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