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Jan
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awarded  Popular Question
Jun
20
comment Auto-start Upstart User Jobs on boot
Thanks for the reply, but it doesn't seem to work for me. After a reboot, the process isn't started.
Jun
19
asked Auto-start Upstart User Jobs on boot
Sep
20
awarded  Scholar
Sep
20
comment Unattended grub configuration after kernel upgrade
That did it, thanks!
Sep
20
accepted Unattended grub configuration after kernel upgrade
Sep
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awarded  Student
Sep
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comment Unattended grub configuration after kernel upgrade
Also tried -qq, but also no go...
Sep
14
comment Unattended grub configuration after kernel upgrade
Also tried --force-yes and yes | ..., but to no avail
Sep
13
asked Unattended grub configuration after kernel upgrade
Sep
13
comment Unable to lock the administration directory (/var/lib/dpkg/) is another process using it?
@jaime: probably apt-get (or some GUI frontend to it) was halted while executing, leaving apt in a locked state.
Jul
1
comment user upstart job in ~/.init/ is not found
How would I auto-start a user job on Ubuntu 12.04? I've found a tutorial, which worked for me on Ubuntu 11.10, but not on Ubuntu 12.04. Any ideas?
Dec
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Dec
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Dec
5
comment potential ufw and fail2ban conflicts
So in short: without doing the integration as explained, both ufw and fail2ban work like they should. Fail2ban will insert its blocking definitions before ufw's rules are applied. On the other hand if one would like to have the blocks show up in ufw status, you need the integration. Besides having the blocks show up in ufw status, there would be no other benefit? Particularly because the author of the blog says the following: Out of the box Fail2ban works with iptables rules, however these don’t play nice with our simpler UFW commands(...)
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