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revised OpenSSL remains vulnerable after update to 14.04
Probably don't want the actual address of a vulnerable server here
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answered OpenSSL remains vulnerable after update to 14.04
Apr
10
comment How to convert Android's contacts2.db to .vcf?
@Oli I assumed as much; I was mainly trying to guide the asker into a better understanding of how file types work and how to go about converting a file of unknown type.
Apr
10
comment How to convert Android's contacts2.db to .vcf?
What kind of file is your .db file, actually? Post the output of file contacts2.db run from a terminal in the directory where the file resides.
Apr
10
answered Mount sd-card image (created using dd)
Apr
9
comment Retrieve certain files from backup
See askubuntu.com/questions/181272/…, particularly the second answer.
Apr
9
comment Retrieve certain files from backup
possible duplicate of Is it possible to restore only one directory with the backup utility?
Apr
9
comment WIFI connection not working
Try restarting network-manager: sudo service network-manager restart
Apr
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Sep
13
comment Really verbose way to test Git connection over SSH?
@IQAndreas, GitHub does allow SSH connections like that in the sense that the authentication phase will be carried out and if the problem is indeed happening in the SSH step, you'll see it that way. If you're finding that you can't even get that far, something is going on that's preventing the connection from even being made.
Aug
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answered Really verbose way to test Git connection over SSH?
Mar
27
comment running python in vim
Perhaps if your problem persists you can open up a new question on stackoverflow?
Mar
27
comment running python in vim
Check the line before that one. I can tell you for sure that this is a different problem and has nothing to do with this method of invoking python from vim, which is working fine as evidenced by the fact that python is running your program. Run the program yourself from the command line and see what happens
Mar
27
comment running python in vim
No. If you are receiving invalid syntax errors, it's probably because you have invalid Python syntax. Nothing about how vim is configured will impact that.
Mar
27
comment running python in vim
It will run the file you are currently editing (presumably a Python program) in Python. Give it a try.
Mar
27
answered running python in vim
Mar
27
answered Do I have to set up mail for Ubuntu to be able to mail users?
Mar
27
comment Ubuntu taking very long time to boot
@FrederikSpang That's not really going to fix this problem (and in any case that blog is giving bad advice -- you shouldn't make profile a permanent fixture of your kernel command line unless you'd like it to boot far slower; just hit e at GRUB, append profile to the kernel command line after quiet splash, and hit Ctrl-x.
Mar
27
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