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comment Cisco AnyConnect Compatible VPN (openconnect) in Ubuntu 15.04?
Fantastic alternative to the Cisco client which I can't get working on Ubuntu 15.04 because it would appear it doesn't expect systemd to be the init manager. This client was not only easier to use, it was also faster for me.
Aug
28
revised deleted files from boot, now can't install anything
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Aug
28
comment deleted files from boot, now can't install anything
How did you delete the files?
Aug
27
comment deleted files from boot, now can't install anything
Can you run "df -h" and add the output to your question?
Aug
27
answered deleted files from boot, now can't install anything
Jul
2
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
2
revised I can't get any L2TP + IPSEC client to work on Ubuntu 14.04 with pre-shared key, can you?
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Jul
2
revised I can't get any L2TP + IPSEC client to work on Ubuntu 14.04 with pre-shared key, can you?
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Jul
2
asked I can't get any L2TP + IPSEC client to work on Ubuntu 14.04 with pre-shared key, can you?
Jul
2
comment How do I connect to an L2TP IPSec VPN using a PSK on 15.04?
askubuntu.com/questions/617785/…
Jun
24
revised Aw, snap from google chrome - no fix in sight
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Jun
24
comment Aw, snap from google chrome - no fix in sight
And I still haven't found a solution. Chrome is totally broken!
May
19
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
1
answered How to get GPU info?
Mar
23
comment How do I install nginx when a dependant package is broken?
Perfect! thanks.
Mar
23
accepted How do I install nginx when a dependant package is broken?
Mar
23
asked How do I install nginx when a dependant package is broken?
Mar
10
comment Aw, snap from google chrome - no fix in sight
I actually did a full purge as well. And then installed the deb from google. The problem persists. My fix? switch to firefox. I think there must be some broken library that chrome uses that is causing this.
Feb
10
comment Is Ubuntu 12.04 still vulnerable to the GHOST bug?
Thanks, I actually figured out it wasn't vulnerable with a little c check program. Turns out the update fixes it. It'd be nice if Ubuntu posted such stuff on a feed on their main website.
Feb
10
accepted Is Ubuntu 12.04 still vulnerable to the GHOST bug?