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Mar
5
revised Wifi (Broadcom BCM43225) not working on 14.04 LTS x64
added info that 64bit os
Mar
5
comment Wifi (Broadcom BCM43225) not working on 14.04 LTS x64
Linux corei3 3.13.0-37-generic #64-Ubuntu SMP Mon Sep 22 21:28:38 UTC 2014 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
Mar
5
asked Wifi (Broadcom BCM43225) not working on 14.04 LTS x64
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Jul
3
awarded  Curious
Jul
2
accepted Sudo is also user login password - why? how to change?
Jul
2
comment Sudo is also user login password - why? how to change?
Thank you. But why is the design that way? I mean, if sombody finds out the sudo password the person can also get access to the data in the encrypted workplace (or vice versa). Is that not dangerous?
Jul
2
asked Sudo is also user login password - why? how to change?
Jul
1
accepted Different users with different encrypted workplace?
Jun
16
comment Different users with different encrypted workplace?
With using 'adduser' I can ensure that there is a separated workplace that is also encrypted and user1 don't have any access to that?
Jun
16
asked Different users with different encrypted workplace?
Apr
12
comment Setup firewall: ask user to allow new incoming/outgoing traffic?
Thank you for the information. This is good to know, but somehow Im disappointed that there are no other options :( The first script is nice, but it´s just a notification - I dont have the choice to allow, deny the in/outgoing address. And FireHOL is, as I understood, outdated.
Apr
7
awarded  Promoter
Apr
4
asked Setup firewall: ask user to allow new incoming/outgoing traffic?
Apr
3
accepted Allowing VNC only for specific MAC Address?
Apr
3
awarded  Commentator
Apr
3
comment Allowing VNC only for specific MAC Address?
sry! I did not fully understand this 'port' stuff, but now I got it. VNC = 5900
Apr
3
comment Allowing VNC only for specific MAC Address?
Hi and thank you. For now I have a question: if I use your line 'iptables -I INPUT -m mac --mac-source 00:XX:YY:ZZ:AA:BB -j ACCEPT' - is this then only for VNC or will this block other connections to the system or to the devices in the system? I mean, I have here also a Network HDD, this should be available to everybody.
Apr
3
revised Allowing VNC only for specific MAC Address?
added 13 characters in body
Apr
3
asked Allowing VNC only for specific MAC Address?