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comment Can I make SYSLINUX load a root fs from an image file on an NTFS partition?
Yes, the root file system is writable. Of course only within the bounds of its fixed image size.
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comment Can I make SYSLINUX load a root fs from an image file on an NTFS partition?
worked with the scripts deliverd with the Mint distro version 14 and 15
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revised How to remotely detect (past) human activity on a linux machine
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asked How to remotely detect (past) human activity on a linux machine
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comment Windows7 How to gather windows from secondary monitor
Doesn't work for me either. Win7 here. Maybe because the app in question is either minimized or fullscreen, but never a window.
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comment How do I physically find a wifi device using a laptop or mobile phone
network connection does not necessarily mean internet connection
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comment Why does GPG/PGP by default use different keys for signing/encryption?
Edited question above.
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revised Why does GPG/PGP by default use different keys for signing/encryption?
expanded the output to contain private keys
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comment Why does GPG/PGP by default use different keys for signing/encryption?
Both the master as well as the sub-key are valid key PAIRS with public and private key. The abbreviation for the private master is 'sec', for the private sub-key 'ssb'. Both can be seen with gpg --list-secret-keys. The listings given above show only public keys returned by gpg --list-keys.
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comment Why does GPG/PGP by default use different keys for signing/encryption?
You are right. Please exchange "encryption" with "decryption" in my comment. But the point remains valid. You sign more often then you DEcrypt. I asked this question to find out about exactly the "probably good reasons" you mentioned.
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comment Why does GPG/PGP by default use different keys for signing/encryption?
l suppose for most people the signing key is used way more often then the encryption key, as almost all mails will be signed but only some will be encrypted. In this case, the gpg-default is the wrong way around, as the encr. key is easy to change while the signing key is not.
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