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Aug
29
comment How to access Ubuntu local web server from a different apartment
Is the user on the ground floor connected to the same LAN as your server? Is the users computer also managed by you?
Aug
29
comment `sudo rm -rf /` got interrupted leaving the data partially deleted
ubuntu.com/download/desktop
Aug
29
comment `sudo rm -rf /` got interrupted leaving the data partially deleted
What dist are you using? There are ways to format a drive without a disk. Hook it up to another machine, etc.
Aug
29
comment `sudo rm -rf /` got interrupted leaving the data partially deleted
format the drive :)
Sep
12
comment Can i5-2410M@2.30GHz 2.30GHz cpu support 64-bit OS?
It's a complete structure change. It's not like upgrading from say Windows Vista to Windows 7. 64 bit also makes the most use from machines with 4GB + of RAM. You may want to upgrade that as well to get the full benefit.
Mar
8
comment Can Double Zipping Cause Problems?
Ouch my feelings are shattered due to a downvote
Mar
8
comment EEE PC won't charge when in use
@blue112 If that doesn't work maybe its something covered under warrenty? Just a thought...95% of the time its easier to fix yourself.
Mar
2
comment Access WebPage Globally with domain name(Without registering)
So this cannot be accomplished without registering/paying someone?
Mar
1
comment Internet Explorer 8 suspended and debug command line options
well I ran the command iexplore.exe -suspended.....now I cant close the window its stuck on a connecting tab maybe . Maybe its something VS does to keep the session open in a way on the localhost?
Mar
1
comment Disable Sleep in Ubuntu 11.10
Edited because I just got disciplined for link rot.
Feb
29
comment Where is Internet Explorer located, in Windows 7?
Ahh i see what you are saying now(thats for the 32 bit .exe on that bit type). I read it as the 64 bit version is in x86 and the 32 bit version is not.
Feb
29
comment Where is Internet Explorer located, in Windows 7?
Isn't it the other way around?
Feb
28
comment How do I access the separate Internet Options for IE64 and IE32?
Not a problem. If you do find a way to do it with the Internet Options Dialog please share your answer.
Feb
28
comment Why would my PC no longer be able to play audio files that it was able to play yesterday?
Does this third party generate them daily? Have you tried playing the old ones? Maybe somethign changed in the generation of the files? Just a thought
Feb
27
comment Back-up of a Brand New Computer
@eBeth As for the "fishy backdoor" comment under your question. A fishy backdoor wouldn't take up much space. I'd imagine if you knew the guy I'd hope he wouldn't so such a thing :)
Feb
27
comment Logwatch - Being probed by own network router?
Thank you, I had seen some of the links you posted before but will dig around for some more. Thanks for explaining it all, it's easier to harden the system when you know exactly what is going on. I am going to let this question sit for a while incase other want to reward you more rep, then I will give you the bounty. Thanks again for all the help.
Feb
27
comment Logwatch - Being probed by own network router?
Thanks, so all in all something somewhere is just doing a simple scan hack or something, and its not something internally that I am doing to set it off? Since its only 1-3 attempts once in a while and no sign of a successful attack it does not seem to be anything to worry about. The best I can do is to block those IPs and see what else I can do to harden the server then?
Feb
27
comment Logwatch - Being probed by own network router?
I edited and will award the bounty if you can make sense of this for me. Today I received an entry that a known hack was attempted 1 time from X.X.X.X. The IP listed is a global IP, not the routers IP. Why would it show up this time as global but other outside attacks would show up as the routers ip?
Feb
27
comment Logwatch - Being probed by own network router?
The table is unpopulated until something makes a connection. For example my phone. Its not inside the router but once it connects to the server (inside the network) its MAC is registered in that table. Wouldn't another outside device do the same thing? Going to read the links thanks again!...Then again unless the phone only registered in the table when I connected to wifi otherwise it never would have registered? Like i said going to read the links :)
Feb
26
comment Logwatch - Being probed by own network router?
Yes that table was from my router. The MAC of no other machine/device except stuff I own is listed in the router. So this would mean something one of my devices is doing to something to set of an attack or a false positive?