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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
12
comment Not enough free disk space when trying to update 14.04
YOu need to remove older kernels rather than expand the partition
Dec
12
comment What is Ubuntu Core?
@AibaraIduas Given that you've marked my answer as accepted, I assume it answered your question? (Although the duplicate is still marked and valid)
Dec
11
comment OpenVPN Will not Create a Tun0 Interface
If your server is a VPS, make sure TUN/TAP is "on" so it can create the tunnel for OpenVPN.
Dec
10
comment Problem with VMware Workstation 8.06
@CamiloGusmão please use ENGLISH - This is a primarily English site and I do not have the ability to read non-English.
Dec
10
comment What is Ubuntu Core?
If you are seeking other information please be more specific on what you're asking for. Your question is otherwise vague in its current state.
Dec
10
comment What is Ubuntu Core?
Perhaps this page explains it a bit better?
Dec
9
comment Problem with VMware Workstation 8.06
You need to install the development headers for your kernel. That will permit this to work. HOWEVER, Shared Folders will not work due to a bug in vmware tools as a result of newer kernels.
Dec
9
comment Skype not staying signed in on Ubuntu 14.04
Also note that if the Skype software is not working right, you're going to be limited in what you can do to get it fixed, as Skype has to provide binaries to fix the problem, and the community has to wait. You can file a bug report if this persists, but again you still have to wait for Skype to address the issue.
Dec
8
comment How to setup Ubuntu router with 2 WAN interfaces
Don't forget to mark your own answer as accepted since it solved your problem :)
Dec
8
comment How to setup Ubuntu router with 2 WAN interfaces
If you solved it completely add your solution as an answer to your own question.
Dec
8
comment Apache 2 virtual host pointing to index.html
@GaneshBabu.T.Y that... doesn't look like the correct item. That's the default config, we're looking for one that matches ../sites-enabled/whitecrm.local.
Dec
7
comment How to deploy: ubuntu | apache | python | C++ | mysql
If you are having a huge guide like this, it might be better to make a blog post somewhere about this - that way you don't run into the length or limitations about the site format here. (However you can still wait on the mods' discussions and decide what the course of action is)
Dec
7
comment What is the difference between the core, full, extras and light packages for nginx?
@muru my pleasure!
Dec
7
comment What is the difference between the core, full, extras and light packages for nginx?
@muru same case - it occurred on a semi-private channel as part of the same discussion, without public IRC logs. I also revised the statement in the answer to be more accurate of what actually transpired - in that they basically affirmed my initial assessment that, for the most part, they wanted to provide multiple variants for the key reason of 'lightweight', 'more features', 'most features and then some', 'naxsi', at the time. (With the naxsi packages dropped now, of course, 'naxsi' is no longer relevant).
Dec
7
comment What is the difference between the core, full, extras and light packages for nginx?
@muru the discussion was not on a publicly logged channel, and I do not have the logs available nor am I allowed to share them (It was on a private nginx team channel that the discussion took place). I'm seeing if there's a public announcement, but it's no secret that the NGINX upstream devs have been looking into 'loadable module support' (like Apache) for some time. (There's no public timeline for it that I can find, though)
Dec
5
comment Wireshark is not able to capture on any of the interfaces
@GuyHarris True, however, this may also not 100% of the time solve it, there have been notable issues with that not working at times (and the assumption is those commands failed, hence me giving the greater description here of the manual steps to achieve those results). This also assumes there's not ADDITIONAL restrictions on the network adapters themselves, which could be another issue.
Dec
5
comment Pinging 8.8.8.8 Ubuntu server
@Kevin Google would yield a few results on NGINX tutorials. Including the NGINX Documentation Beginners Guide. As for finding your public IP address, this question here explains finding your address via the terminal and can be run from your server. The IP and server are 'reached' via either the IP directly, or a domain name with a DNS record pointing at the IP, and something listening for connections.
Dec
4
comment Firefox locale-fr
It is unclear what you're asking, can you be more specific about what exactly you're asking?
Dec
4
comment What is the difference between the core, full, extras and light packages for nginx?
Edited to include the link to the (now copied over) post on my current blog.
Dec
4
comment What is the difference between the core, full, extras and light packages for nginx?
@muru And yes, any patches applied as security updates (or as standard release updates) in 14.04 and later will apply to nginx-core as well as the other flavors of nginx available in that repository, as they all draw on the same code base. They just have different ./configure lines to enable or disable different modules.