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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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comment Sudo commands are run without entering the root password, how to stop this?(Ubuntu 14.04)
Also, if you entered a password a while ago, it caches for some time.
Apr
15
comment Trying to Compile Latest OpenSSL from Source Fails With Errors
@AK_ please read my answer. Note that the Security Team for Ubuntu already pushed the patch for the vulnerability to all supported releases of Ubuntu, including 14.04, and there is no need to install the latest OpenSSL just to get the patch.
Apr
9
comment How to Live Streaming on YouTube?
This doesn't seem remotely related to what the user is asking.
Apr
4
comment What is the easiest way to enable PHP on nginx?
@Powerlord You're right it's a problem, one that can be fixed by changing the documentation in the default config file. See this bug that I created on this issue. I haven't had a chance to propose a bugfix yet.
Mar
30
comment How do I resolve webpage encoding issues when using a proxy?
There is no default web proxy server for Ubuntu, at least not on normal installations. On a network you might be forced to use a proxy, though. Have you checked your Firefox configurations and configs on your other browsers to see whether they're even being assigned a proxy?
Mar
30
comment What is the easiest way to enable PHP on nginx?
@Powerlord the NGINX default setup has both lines and explains the difference between the two, rather than having to change how PHP runs you can just change the config line in NGINX faster, and all works.
Mar
27
comment Vim Syntax Highlighting Question
There is no one .conf syntax, because it differs by program a lot of times. If you open in GEdit, or anything else which has syntax highlighting, unless there's a line at the beginning saying #!/bin/something or something which defines the syntax language, they usually don't highlight on .conf files. I just tested by doing vim znc.conf on my ZNC config file, and vim nginx.conf on my nginx conf file and there's 0 syntax highlighting, maybe you have a line at the beginning of the specific conf files that dictates the language/syntax to highlight with?
Mar
27
comment Vim Syntax Highlighting Question
.txt is a plaintext file. And so is a .conf. What makes you think that there's supposed to be highlighting on those?
Mar
26
comment How to get “Don't Starve” game to work from its .rar file?
Note to close voters and reviewers: If you close this as a duplicate, make sure that the duplicate post addresses dealing with RAR files. This is an instance where posts about handling .tar files will not work, as it specifically needs unrar.
Mar
26
comment How to get “Don't Starve” game to work from its .rar file?
@tattyfishpickle that means you either have synaptic open, you have Update Manager running, you have Software Center running, or you didn't use sudo when you used the apt-get command.
Mar
9
comment Would someone plese tell what section this is that I have outlined in red
We don't know the "name of the section" unless you show us what section you have outlined. We have no images from you for this, or anything else to identify the specific section that you're looking at.
Mar
9
comment Would someone plese tell what section this is that I have outlined in red
Unclear, much? We have no details of the "section" you're outlining. New users can't add images, so if you put the link to the image in the post someone with edit privs can edit in the picture
Mar
7
comment No video in VBA-M in Wine
Accept this as an answer if you can. We don't edit titles to say "FIXED", we select an answer and mark it as such.
Mar
5
comment UFW is DENY/DENY, but PACKETS are still getting out of my ethernet device. Why is this?
You realize ARP is kinda necessary on networks that have both static and DHCP devices right? It kinda helps prevent IP collisions and helps domain controller devices and routers know what system has which IP(s) for routing purposes.
Mar
5
comment Grub was removed. Not a duplicate because:
Don't open new questions explaining why your other question is a duplicate. Use comments in your own thread (you can do that since it's your question), and explain why you think it's not a duplicate, and then flag it for a moderator to help unclose it.
Mar
1
comment Is my Chromium browser up to date?
@MalteSkoruppa probably better to ask the chromium-browser maintainers rather than I. I don't know what the MRE covers, it may only cover tiny microreleases (like x.x.2 to x.x.3) to fix security bugs and such, but... the chromium-browser people, or the Lubuntu team, would know the specifics.
Mar
1
comment Is my Chromium browser up to date?
@DKBose maybe you should read through this and this which cover the SRU process and identifies why some programs are allowed to have updates to their versions beyond just bug fixes.
Mar
1
comment Is my Chromium browser up to date?
@DamnTerminal Security fixes in "Universe" aren't automatic. Those're user-contributed/maintained patches through a process that is similar to the Stable Release Updates process. They're "backported" and put in the RELEASE_NAME-security repository, but they won't bump your version up to latest.
Feb
28
comment Is my Chromium browser up to date?
Wrong. In 13.10, the "Universe" repository is fixed just like Main is. They won't have the newer Chromium in 13.10 ever, unless it's backported or put in a PPA. If they want newer Chromium, they'll have to wait for 14.04 to be released.
Feb
20
comment Is a package a hybrid when its ex, Version 2.0.0 Really 1.8.2?
@davidbuddy9 I can only answer for this one package, to really understand what's going on you have to read the changelog for the package. Basically... there is no one true way to define these things.