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


[Ubuntu-related Things]

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Jul
2
comment Updating 32-bit 13.04 to 64-bit 14.04
The other issue is you're not on an LTS release. Assuming you don't switch architectures, you can upgrade to 13.10 and then to 14.04. BUt you will not be able to upgrade to 64-bit 14.04 from 32-bit 13.04, the architecture change would require a clean install. (Also, see the duplicate, which is the most relevant question you're asking.)
Jul
2
comment Updating 32-bit 13.04 to 64-bit 14.04
You can't switch architectures with an upgrade. You have to do a clean install for an architecture switch.
Jul
2
comment How to install Tomcat7 in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS?
Unfortunately there's not enough details here. What exactly makes you think that Tomcat7 is broken from the repositories? What symptoms suggest this?
Jun
30
comment Virtual Host in XAMPP (help)
Have you gone and also checked your error logs to see what exactly's being reported along with the error?
Jun
25
comment How do I add a binary file to my existing PPA package
You can always propose an edit to the answer Jonas, and comment why you think the edit is useful and I and others might look at it and consider it.
Jun
18
comment How to install g++ compiler?
The other alternative is to install build-essential, which also includes build libraries commonly used, rather than just g++, but if all they need is the g++ compiler, then your command is accurate.
Jun
15
comment evolution does not retrieve mails from my gmail account
While this technically answers the question, it may be better to add the key points to your answer, in case that link goes dead.
Jun
14
comment How to get nginx with spdy on Ubuntu without having to compile it?
@btobolaski as the one who maintains nginx in main and the NGINX team PPAs, I need to correct your post, as it is wrong as it currently stands. Spdy was only recently enabled in nginx-extras and nginx-full in Debian. As of 14.04, with the introduction of nginx-core as the nginx variant in Ubuntu Main in 14.04, it also builds spdy. The default nginx source code from upstream does not build spdy. In Debian, -full and -extras build spdy. In Ubuntu, -core, -full, and -extras build spdy. Nginx upstream does not and probably will not ever default-build spdy.
Jun
13
comment Installing Ubuntu Question
Ubuntu doesn't really help speed up your games... just an FYI. Also, if this answer helped, and you don't need any answers anymore, please mark this answer as accepted.
Jun
13
comment Installing Ubuntu Question
@New2Ubuntu You're welcome! Note your key might not work for Windows with the standard installer, too, so that's another reason why I'm suggesting you stick with a dual boot for now. Unless you know for certain you will never use Windows again, dual booting is a better idea
Jun
13
comment Installing Ubuntu Question
@New2Ubuntu Yes, but this is why dual boot environments exist, so both operating systems can exist on the same system, and you can choose which to use at boot time. In my case, I have to have such an environment, as some of my IT security courses I'm taking require Windows for the utilities, and the utilities don't work with Wine (which can run some Windows executables). But that's kinda why dual booting can be a good alternative - so you don't have to really get rid of either, and can switch between them when you want to use one or the other.
Jun
12
comment How do I remove GPG private keys from memory?
we usually don't migrate questions to there, you might be better off going and posting there yourself...
Jun
12
comment Inspite of set network-mode 3G type, getting 2G connection with mobile broadband
How is reinstalling the underlying networking framework gonna help them get 3G signal? (your solution sounds fishy to me)
Jun
12
comment How do I remove GPG private keys from memory?
Elementary OS is NOT a supported derivative of Ubuntu, and is not supported on this site. Please use Unix and Linux for Elementary OS questions. (To all reviewers/close voters: This comment and related close vote is based on the OP's comment on the answer below.)
Jun
12
comment How do I remove GPG private keys from memory?
@NaftuliTzviKay Elementary OS is NOT a supported derivative of Ubuntu, and is not supported on this site. Please use Unix and Linux for Elementary OS questions.
Jun
7
comment Notepad++ - cannot launch Firefox
@user288901 OK. That's fine, you can do that. (As an FYI, you should probably close this question if it answers what you're asking, and you can do that by selecting this answer as the answer that helped, if it is indeed the answer that helped.)
Jun
6
comment Notepad++ - cannot launch Firefox
If I may ask, why do you want Notepad++? gedit which comes with Ubuntu is a native program in Ubuntu that does pretty much everything that Notepad++ does.
Jun
6
comment How to split currently used partition on Ubuntu server?
Is this a server install (command-line), or a desktop install (graphical interface)?
Jun
6
comment How to split currently used partition on Ubuntu server?
For those of us who don't audit all the edits, it looks to others like no changes were made. I added a (clearly visible!) notice that gparted can't safely resize active partitions, and that this will need to be done from a LiveCD. Note that the server tag on this question makes me think this still doesn't answer the question, gparted requires a GUI.
Jun
6
comment How to split currently used partition on Ubuntu server?
gparted can't safely resize an actively mounted partition I don't think, and it looks like their /usr is mounted there. We'll need to see what their actual partition table layout is once they post a screenshot of gparted as it shows on their screen.