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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.


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Dec
18
comment Sage installation failed on Ubuntu10.04
Site Crossposting is against the rules, by the way.
Dec
18
comment Is there an app which I can check the temperature of my PCI network card?
Most NIC cards don't have temperature sensors built in, and most that do probably won't be seen. (Are you using Mint? I ask based on the tag)
Dec
17
comment Standalone Flash Pepper on 14.04?
@mika Air doesn't work for everything, you know. It's not a full Flash replacement.
Dec
17
revised Standalone Flash Pepper on 14.04?
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Dec
17
comment Standalone Flash Pepper on 14.04?
@mika I have yet to see a performance decrease (It WON'T work in a browser though, as it's standalone). In fact, I see a performance increase compared to the browser-shipped Flash. However, the trade off is slightly higher CPU cycles and your graphics card being used a bit more. I still think it's a suitable alternative to waiting for a Pepper Flash standalone. (The only thing is, just like Windows, you'll need to tweak the security settings to let it reach out to the internet if it needs internet features. That's just like Windows though, and just like the Flash plugin for Firefox, too.)
Dec
17
revised Standalone Flash Pepper on 14.04?
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Dec
17
comment Standalone Flash Pepper on 14.04?
I changed my comment to an answer.
Dec
17
answered Standalone Flash Pepper on 14.04?
Dec
17
comment Standalone Flash Pepper on 14.04?
okay, I misunderstood. That point not withstanding, there is no Pepper Flash standalone for Linux - only the Adobe standalones for Windows. HOWEVER, I would point out that the Adobe Standalone versions for Windows run perfectly fine under Wine without the need to install Flash for Linux. (Which fails miserably when you try and use it, because it's Flash 11, not Flash 15 or 16(beta).)
Dec
16
revised What is the difference between the core, full, extras and light packages for nginx?
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Dec
16
comment Standalone Flash Pepper on 14.04?
Can I use Chrome's Pepper Flash with Firefox? has an answer for getting Chrome's plugin working with Firefox, such that you won't need to actually open Google Chrome to use it.
Dec
16
comment Can I use Chrome's Pepper Flash with Firefox?
I posted this because I could not find a similar "How to I get Chrome's Pepper Flash working with Firefox" post. I might not have searched hard enough. If there is such a post already existing, please let me know, I will delete this post, and copy my answer over (if the other post's answers are not as detailed).
Dec
16
asked Can I use Chrome's Pepper Flash with Firefox?
Dec
16
answered Can I use Chrome's Pepper Flash with Firefox?
Dec
16
comment I can't install Broadcom driver on Ubuntu 14.04
Did you open the 'Additional Drivers' tool and download the drivers (via LAN/Ethernet)? Did you reboot after the drivers were installed? What steps have you done so far to debug this? (This question is unclear because it is missing details)
Dec
15
comment Emerald crashes frequently
Bug reports and problems specific to software that is no longer supported in a given release (because it was removed from the repositories) or because it is provided by a third-party PPA, are offtopic here, and cannot be reported on Launchpad unless the PPA or project has a specific tracker. Bugs should be sent to the maintainer of the PPA or project separately.
Dec
15
comment Emerald crashes frequently
Segmentation faults usually indicate a problem in the program itself, and as such should be reported as bugs. However, as your program originates in a PPA, it can't have bugs filed against it. As well, emerald was removed in Oneiric and later because it has many FTBFS issues, and other issues, and as such is not really supported software. This site, here, can't help fix Segmentation Faults in compiled software
Dec
15
revised Emerald crashes frequently
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Dec
15
revised What is the default domain on Ubuntu VPS?
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Dec
15
comment What is the default domain on Ubuntu VPS?
@Matias your issue there is what sendmail or whatever is emailing as is using - there is, again, no domain associated with any systems. I would start looking into how your system is actually configured for sending mail to itself. I commented on a small section in my answer, but note that that question is drifting away from the actual question you ask of 'what is the default domain' (of which the answer is "There is never a default domain.")