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Aug
10
awarded  Popular Question
May
23
comment Upgraded from 14.10 to 15.04, after reboot no change
Maybe the MATE devs messed up something. 14.10 was no official ubuntu flavour, for 15.04 things changed - probably the update manager got buggy and ignored stuff.
May
23
accepted Wifi (Broadcom BCM43225) not working on 14.04 LTS x64
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 And FireHOL is, as I understood, outdated.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