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Aug
29
comment How to stop windows from moving past the edge of a workspace?
similar post: askubuntu.com/questions/50576/…
Aug
29
comment How to keep a window from overlapping into another workspace?
similar post in case a solution ever comes. askubuntu.com/questions/218771/…
Aug
29
comment How to stop windows from moving past the edge of a workspace?
@Mahesh that script appears to no longer exist. Could you put it in an answer on this page?
Aug
26
comment Setting to only show applications of current workspace in launcher?
unity looks great but the lack of customizability is really frustrating.
Aug
1
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Jul
31
comment Can't Upgrade Ubuntu Enablement Stack
sudo apt-get purge nvidia* resolved the issue for me. Can reinstall nvidia stuff later in the new 3.19.
Jul
31
comment Can't Upgrade Ubuntu Enablement Stack
Ok will do thanks :)
Jul
31
comment Can't Upgrade Ubuntu Enablement Stack
I used the "additional drivers" program from the desktop dash. It's currently on 331.113. nvidia-331-updates. Once I boot into 3.19 cli what command do I need to run to reinstall the appropriate nvidia driver?
Jul
31
comment Can't Upgrade Ubuntu Enablement Stack
After doing that, every time I tried to log in, I would be kicked back out to the login screen, but I managed to startup in 3.16 again from the boot menu. Do I need to disable my nvidia proprietary driver and go back to the xorg one on my 3.16 kernel before rebooting?
Jul
31
accepted Can't Upgrade Ubuntu Enablement Stack
Jul
31
asked Can't Upgrade Ubuntu Enablement Stack
Jul
19
comment How do I restrict a specified SSH user to connect only from one IP or hostname?
I think I'll wait for the bugfixes. Any chance of updating your answer to remove the match block that doesn't work and stating "When the following bugs are fixed, this solution will work: (solution goes here)" ?
Jul
19
comment How do I restrict a specified SSH user to connect only from one IP or hostname?
That looked really promising but I couldn't get it to work. A full list of all the tests I did is here (markdown format): pastebin.com/D7s7rqep
Jul
18
comment How do I restrict a specified SSH user to connect only from one IP or hostname?
There's not a wildcard for all except a specified user such as regex ^(?!username$).* is there?
Jul
18
comment How do I restrict a specified SSH user to connect only from one IP or hostname?
Thanks but this would prevent the other users from connecting from IPs other than 192.168.1.100 right? I'm trying to only restrict this one user to signing in from one IP and whatever I do must not effect other users in any way.
Jul
18
comment How do I restrict a specified SSH user to connect only from one IP or hostname?
Looks like I can't do exactly what I want so I need to either specify all users I allow, or go down the route of using keys for all logins, but permit password for only that one IP and have the monitoring server run on passwords.
Jul
18
accepted How do I restrict a specified SSH user to connect only from one IP or hostname?
Jul
18
comment How do I restrict a specified SSH user to connect only from one IP or hostname?
Would that require me to add all the other users in the system to a group? Could I not use DenyUser [user], then afterwards AllowUser [user]@host to override for that one host?
Jul
18
comment How do I restrict a specified SSH user to connect only from one IP or hostname?
I did see that but was hoping there was a way I didn't have to specify all the other user accounts. I take it there is nothing like order of specificity where I could specify allow all users from any IP, and then that line, which resulted in that user only being allowed from that IP?
Jul
18
asked How do I restrict a specified SSH user to connect only from one IP or hostname?