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comment E: Internal Error, Could not perform immediate configuration (2) on util-linux
and resolved that by setting google's DNS. IDK how request from browser was being resolved for the same request..
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comment E: Internal Error, Could not perform immediate configuration (2) on util-linux
Thanks. that issue solved but now there is another issue ,failed to fetch http in.archive.ubuntu.com ubuntu dists lucid release.gpg
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comment E: Internal Error, Could not perform immediate configuration (2) on util-linux
@bboy Thanks. let me try , will be back as soon as it gets done. mean while you can add this as an answer. I will upvote, and accept it(if it works)
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comment E: Internal Error, Could not perform immediate configuration (2) on util-linux
@bboy Yes It was older version and I copied sources.list from 10.4, because update-release wasn't doing job. upgrade is no longer supported with jaunty some message was there something like this. you want me to run dist-upgrade now ?
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comment How to make sure application isn't accessing private data in Windows?
I tried process explorer, it doesn't show my which file app is accessing, also under the cover app can also hook to kernal to get my keystroke and some screen capture and other sensitive stuff.
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comment How to make sure application isn't accessing private data in Windows?
trying with process explorer
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comment How to make sure application isn't accessing private data in Windows?
@Kyle @Olli I meant, suppose I try it with user X then it would be accessing X's private file. I want to make sure.
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comment How to make sure application isn't accessing private data in Windows?
2 is somewhat illogical. but there must be some way.
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