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    In short, you can't... thats the point of...

    In short, you can't... thats the point of permissions....

    You could use group permissions to just allow the server read permissions. But if you just want to view logs online, check out something...
  2. Ok... no offense, but if your asking this...

    Ok... no offense, but if your asking this question, its probably going to be beyond you. (At least, if you expect to do this on a normal desktop, if you have some rediculous box, just mux and...
  3. Thread: Enabling Java

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    Just for the record, if you want it to be a lot...

    Just for the record, if you want it to be a lot easier and integrated into debians package management system (ie, every time you upgrade, debian won't re-install gcj over your java install) try this...
  4. We considered this on and off a while ago, to me...

    We considered this on and off a while ago, to me it adds unessicary clutter to the page and makes it even harder to read some post's, whatever information is relivent should be included in the...
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    Actualy, you can have both worlds, gtk is a...

    Actualy, you can have both worlds, gtk is a powerful and relativly easy to use window system for linux, with a windows port. While the build system for windows can be a little complicated, it runs...
  6. Thread: Dsl

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    But with the move to vB and its subforum...

    But with the move to vB and its subforum capabilities, we could add it as a subforum in the debian section.
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    I'm on both here.. imagine my issues..

    I'm on both here.. imagine my issues..
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    If you simply want to serve 2 different pages,...

    If you simply want to serve 2 different pages, use apache's powerful virtual host features. There is virtualy no instance in which you want to run multiple instances of apache. If you just want it to...
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    haha, i find that to be an amusing reason.

    haha, i find that to be an amusing reason.
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    Mono is C#, its a linux implementation of the...

    Mono is C#, its a linux implementation of the .Net runtime, The API is compatable with .Net 1.1 with 2.0 support nearing beta.

    Your question really isn't one easy to answer, languages really...
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    su sudo - should do the trick

    su sudo -


    should do the trick
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    Mp3 Players include Banshee Xmms Amarok...

    Mp3 Players include

    Banshee
    Xmms
    Amarok
    Rythmbox
    Muine
    Totem
    realplayer
    juk
  13. type free into a terminal and you'll see. ...

    type free into a terminal and you'll see.

    Linux memory managment caches a lot in memory as unused memory is wasted memory, but files and data that is cached is low priority, as in it can be...
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    Assuming you don't want a web-based solution...

    Assuming you don't want a web-based solution (like livejournal)

    http://themes.freshmeat.net/projects/gtkjournal/

    should fit the bill nicely.
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    Please ask a more specific question, simply...

    Please ask a more specific question, simply asking us to tell you everything we know about desktop and server linux deployment could result in volumes. What are some of the more specifics of this...
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    Why exactly are you trying to do this in kernel...

    Why exactly are you trying to do this in kernel space? its seems more likely you just want raw socket access, which the kernel will give you in userspace.

    Check the tutorial here for some help....
  17. Thread: vim question

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    :set list should enable it, you can disable...

    :set list


    should enable it, you can disable it with



    :set nolist
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    can you open up a terminal and run 'top' and see...

    can you open up a terminal and run 'top' and see what process in slamming the cpu?
  19. video.google.com www.youtube.com best I got,...

    video.google.com
    www.youtube.com

    best I got, most of the content is copyright free, and you can get it in standard formats, even its most of its pretty crappy.
  20. Thread: Vsftp Vs Ldap

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    I can't seem to find a good howto at the moment,...

    I can't seem to find a good howto at the moment, but what your gonna want to try and do is get pam to authenticate against LDAP, since vsftp only interacts with PAM.

    This link should have most of...
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    I have to agree with Laker, it can be manageable,...

    I have to agree with Laker, it can be manageable, also if we add 7 or so members then the load is a lot lighter. Remember, many hands make light work ;)

    or something like that....
  22. Inherently, uncompressed VNC uses a ton of...

    Inherently, uncompressed VNC uses a ton of bandwidth, and misuse of compression can slam the cpu resulting in limited performance. However the most likely culprit is high latency on the network, is...
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    nmap -O *Servers IP Address* man nmap will...

    nmap -O *Servers IP Address*

    man nmap will explain more, its a complex and powerful tool, but the -O flag triggers its OS detection tool based on TCP/IP stack fingerprinting, if the school uses...
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    please take a minute to spellcheck your post if...

    please take a minute to spellcheck your post if possible, its hard to understand, this should show you the name of the kdevelop package

    sudo apt-cache search kdevelop
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    I can second this behavior

    I can second this behavior
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