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comment Run user code safely
to avoid them using the network you can use the owner match extension to iptables: see linuxpoison.blogspot.com.es/2010/11/…
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accepted Add an item to the 'send to' menu for ALL users (win7)
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comment Add an item to the 'send to' menu for ALL users (win7)
anyway, after more searching and not founding something as elegant as just dropping the shortcut into something like C:\Users\All Users\SendTo, I'll guess I'll have to go with the bat script. Thank you Rik and Peter King.
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comment Add an item to the 'send to' menu for ALL users (win7)
Ooops sorry, I did saw so many answers that I thought that the one I linked was another. I did not like the proposed solution because it adds the script to the startup menu and it is visible by the user there. If a user happens to be administrator, it can remove it easily.
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comment Add an item to the 'send to' menu for ALL users (win7)
@Rik the folder structure changed from windows XP to Vista
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revised Where is my /boot/grub/menu.lst file
fixed path to scripts dir
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comment Have a file named ~ (tilde) in my home-directory (Linux)
also, going to the folder and rm ./~, for the same reason you said
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comment Keys to keep your internet activity private
If you wanted to upload a file to somewhere, just leave a bunch of pendrives in public places, with an autorun executable and some other boobytraps to make the people who found the pendrive just execute some program. This program should update the file to wherever you want.
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comment Is there a standard unix program that returns a range of numbers
@scai you meant seq?
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comment Where is my /boot/grub/menu.lst file
It then seems a problem with your kernel. Try to compile the kernel with the same settings you have in the default ubuntu kernel. You can find them at /boot/config-KERNEL_VERSION
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comment Where is my /boot/grub/menu.lst file
After compiling the new kernel, have you generated a new initrd image? Have you run update-grub after generating the initrd? If you have done these steps, it is probably that the error is in your kernel compilation, not in grub.