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Mar
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comment Why this occurs error: Diskfilter writes are not supported
@RarylsonFreitas: great answer. Have some of my rep! Thanks for writing an exemplary answer. Keep up the good work.
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Feb
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comment How do I remove or hide old kernel versions to clean up the boot menu?
This solution won't help anyone on a headless machine (i.e. without X running).
Jan
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accepted Where to get nftables?
Jan
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awarded  Popular Question
Jan
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comment How would I use ulogd2 on Ubuntu with IPv6?
Awesome, then this question is answered.
Jan
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accepted How would I use ulogd2 on Ubuntu with IPv6?
Jan
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accepted debootstrap wants to remove target folder, why?
Jan
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comment How would I use ulogd2 on Ubuntu with IPv6?
ulogd2 still calls its module ipt_ULOG, it appears. That is, I am using ulogd2 which should be capable of supporting IPv6, as outlined in my question. Does your answer imply that it is the target inside my netfilter rules which is the sole problem?
Jan
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asked How would I use ulogd2 on Ubuntu with IPv6?
Dec
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comment What are the disadvantages of having a dot in a user name?
@minerz029: have you tried to create something like foo.bar, though? What I don't understand is why the . cannot be escaped as would be possible inside Perl normally (adduser is a Perl script).
Dec
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comment What are the disadvantages of having a dot in a user name?
So, how do I then change the regex? Using NAME_REGEX="^[a-z][-a-z0-9_\.]*\$" doesn't do the job, although I'd expect it to work. It yields the same error you give in your However paragraph.
Dec
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comment What are the disadvantages of having a dot in a user name?
But equally they may then make assumptions that collide with assumptions made by the distro, right?
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comment Where do I find the zsh manual in Ubuntu versions later than 12.04?
The latest package on 14.04 is 5.0.2-3ubuntu6, though. And that doesn't contain the man pages.