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Jun
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comment Got NODATA issue: 'NODATA' (does the network require authentication?)
You can use sudo torsocks apt-get update if you have tor and torsocks installed.
Nov
13
comment How can I make my mouse auto-click every 5 seconds?
while sleep 5; do ...
Oct
24
comment How can I stop sending my hostname via DHCP?
Is there a way to get it to send no host name rather than a custom one?
Oct
24
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Oct
24
comment How can I stop sending my hostname via DHCP?
@Rinzwind, I'm using whatever the standard Ubuntu client is. It appears that there's an /sbin/dhclient which is probably it with a version isc-dhclient-4.2.4. While there's no /etc/dhcp3, there is an etc/dhcp/dhclient.conf with a comment Configuration file for /sbin/dhclient, which is included in Debian's dhcp3-client package. and with the line send host-name = gethostname();. Would commenting out that line stop it or do I have to change it to something to avoid it doing something like sending a default hostname if there's nothing configured?
Oct
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asked How can I stop sending my hostname via DHCP?
Oct
24
comment How to get hostname from DHCP server
How do you get the server to send it?
Oct
5
suggested suggested edit on How do I set environment variables?
Oct
5
comment How do I set environment variables?
It should not be the startup or catalina scripts, but the setenv.sh or setenv.bat script, creating it if needed: "Apart from CATALINA_HOME and CATALINA_BASE, all environment variables can be specified in the "setenv" script. The script is placed either into CATALINA_BASE/bin or into CATALINA_HOME/bin directory and is named setenv.bat (on Windows) or setenv.sh (on *nix). The file has to be readable." (Running The Apache Tomcat 7.0 Servlet/JSP Container, Section 3.4)
Jun
12
comment How do I change the font DPI settings?
Where in Ubuntu Tweak is that setting?
Jun
4
comment How can I make a command run once the next time I log in?
This question is about running it during the next log in only, not during every start of the system.
May
31
comment Good filesystem for /tmp?
I think setting a reasonable maximum size for tmpfs and having swap space will handle that.
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Apr
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comment Network manager forgets wireless password after sleeping or powering off
It's not a correct answer. The questions were "Shouldn't the password be remembered so you don't have to enter it every time I get on? Anyone know why this is happening and how to fix it?". The problem isn't that it's less secure than a password, it's that it's not secure at all.