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Feb
26
comment How to share files between Ubuntu and OSX?
uh... Windows? Question is about Mac and Ubuntu.. I don't know how, but I am pretty sure you doesn't need Samba to connect a Mac and a Linux box. If I am wrong, please point me out.
Feb
26
comment Can I download and burn an Ubuntu CD for the Mac on a Windows PC?
GO, go, go you can do it! =)
Feb
26
comment How do I finish installing Sun JDK after cancelling out of the legal term screen?
nice run, forest!
Feb
21
comment Internet very slow in Ubuntu
Same problem here. Ubuntu 11.10 .
Feb
15
answered Blank Screen - Only wallpaper shows up
Feb
15
comment Blank Screen - Only wallpaper shows up
@Rajesh, please edit your question, and tell us what version of Ubuntu and what version of Windows are you using. Some hardware info will be nice too.
Feb
15
comment Error, then black screen after wubi 11.10
Thanks @Roland .
Feb
13
revised Many process named “su-to-root” appeared on my system monitor, is my computer owned?
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Feb
13
comment Many process named “su-to-root” appeared on my system monitor, is my computer owned?
I have tryed with no sucess since my ubuntu is 11.10 and not 11.04. My file differ in this: # First some standard log files. Log by facility. # auth,authpriv.* /var/log/auth.log *.*;auth,authpriv.none -/var/log/syslog #cron.* /var/log/cron.log #daemon.* -/var/log/daemon.log kern.* -/var/log/kern.log #lpr.* -/var/log/lpr.log mail.* -/var/log/mail.log #user.* -/var/log/user.log Since this is confusion I edited question.
Feb
13
comment Many process named “su-to-root” appeared on my system monitor, is my computer owned?
Question edited.
Feb
13
revised Many process named “su-to-root” appeared on my system monitor, is my computer owned?
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Feb
13
comment Many process named “su-to-root” appeared on my system monitor, is my computer owned?
Thanks again @Sergey, but how I fix my firestarter? Reloading Events give me "Error reading system log (null), file does not exist" and open log gives "Failed to open the system log. No event information will be avaliable"
Feb
13
answered Download files from a list
Feb
13
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Feb
13
comment How do I give permission to a basic user to access read, execute contents of only one partition but not delete or ad files
You gave a lot of precious information, but in my view you forgot the final part of the answer inside the links. Maybe this is nice to incentive some self-exploration?
Feb
13
comment wget to download a link.php
@caleb Self-education is the best. Remember to check correct answer!
Feb
13
answered How do I make schelduled snapshots of an authenticated webpage?
Feb
13
comment Many process named “su-to-root” appeared on my system monitor, is my computer owned?
No attacker in LAN, I connect directly. Already changed password. Maybe problems is solved and question should be closed... But I still need a solution for my no-logs firestarter. Thanks @Sergey, write as an answer so I can choose it and vote too.
Feb
13
answered How can I access a tty from the terminal?
Feb
13
comment Many process named “su-to-root” appeared on my system monitor, is my computer owned?
@Sergey Yes, I am sure, except for firestarter asking password, for sure. (?) I had a virtual machine running windows 7 asking for permissions inside windows only. I have reasons to suspect about someone knowing my password too. What scary me mostly its firestarter giving me no events at all, no logs saved...