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I'm currently working on a Mint/Ubuntu based Lived Distro called Linux Surfer.

Linux Surfer is intended for browsing the web safely and protecting your hard drive from web based attacks. It comes with a the Silicon theme.

http://www.demonoid.me/files/?uid=8372521&seeded=2

Currently my focus is primarily on permission based protection solutions, which include isolating apps in new user accounts.


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Apr
14
comment Upstart script: Detect shift key down at boot
The problem I'm having @Tuminoid, is that the script is not prompting me at start up to make a choice. I've clarified six steps. Have I missed a step somewhere?
Apr
14
comment Upstart script: Detect shift key down at boot
That's just convention of mine. I make an upstart file name same as the event that spawns it. I really didn't mean the file.
Apr
8
comment Is Ubuntu Sniff Proof Out of the Box?
Well, security could be Ubuntu's downfall if it's not taken seriously. Civilizations rise and fall, and so does software. @Matthew, have you see what xinput does? A non-root user has access to all roots keystrokes!
Apr
8
comment Upstart script: Detect shift key down at boot
As far as the grub info you gave, thanks. It was the first time I actually was able to undrsand it, but I'm a clearity nazi and wrote the step-by-step, because I feel the puzzles should be left to a persons personal project, not in learning something that is already established.
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comment Upstart script: Detect shift key down at boot
Oh, I wasn't clear about remastering. I remastered by creating a bootable backup of the present state of the system (Remastersys found in the repos). When I booted the live backup, the Live DVD doesn't show the installed environments new grub entries. (I describe this in my reason for doing this at the begining of the step-by-step.)