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    [SOLVED] To me, this sounds more like a permissions...

    To me, this sounds more like a permissions problem. If you haven't already zapped everything we can take a look at the first.
  2. Thread: finally fixed

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    I'll just link to what I said in another thread...

    I'll just link to what I said in another thread (http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/coffee-lounge/207112-all-but-dead-post977501.html#post977501)
  3. Thread: All but dead

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    Linux Mint shows how to handle a breach to near...

    Linux Mint shows how to handle a breach to near perfection. Link. Compare and contrast their response.

    Although, to be completely fair to LFO, a site I worked at had a hijacked advert served up...
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    I used Midori for a while on Linux and I can't...

    I used Midori for a while on Linux and I can't recall many, if any, major problems with page rendering. I only went back to the bigger browsers as it lacks some of the "must have" extensions for me....
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    Try konsole -e tmux new-session 'mc'

    Try
    konsole -e tmux new-session 'mc'
  6. Iirc palemoon doesn't have the Firefox warning. ...

    Iirc palemoon doesn't have the Firefox warning.

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  7. I'm beginning to wonder if the owners give a ****...

    I'm beginning to wonder if the owners give a **** about the site. Remember how long it took to get the bugs fixed.

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  8. It's back in Firefox here too. Hopefully we will...

    It's back in Firefox here too. Hopefully we will see some action on this after the weekend and it won't take as long as the other bugs did.



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  9. Guys, use the contact us link at the bottom of...

    Guys, use the contact us link at the bottom of the site. It may get more attention. FWIW, Firefox isn't flagging it any more.
  10. Firefox too. I ignored it for now and sent a...

    Firefox too. I ignored it for now and sent a contact us message. Maybe it's been hacked.
  11. There are rumours of an undiscovered hack, about...

    There are rumours of an undiscovered hack, about a month before the one discovered so it may be worth checking the sha256 sum of the iso against the downloaded one. The correct sha256 sum can be...
  12. When did you download the iso? The Mint Web site...

    When did you download the iso? The Mint Web site was recently hacked and a link to a fake iso was injected.

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    I understood some of those words :)

    I understood some of those words :)
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    The simplest way to run a free OS is gNewSense...

    The simplest way to run a free OS is gNewSense which fully meets the four freedoms as laid down by the FSF. Obviously, this means it doesn't support all hardware; most issues are likely to be with...
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    If you read the letter from Apple, you will see...

    If you read the letter from Apple, you will see the following:

    There is no backdoor. According to Apple


    Not sure what you mean here. If you are talking about the os and app updates then...
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    This was done years ago in 2002 by a Japanese guy...

    This was done years ago in 2002 by a Japanese guy who built his "fingers" using melted down gummi bears. He could craft the prints or create them from a photo and fool over 80% of scanners....
  17. WYCIWYG is "What You Cache Is What You Get" and...

    WYCIWYG is "What You Cache Is What You Get" and it means the browser has been directed to fetch something from the cache.

    First try clearing your browser cache as it may be corrupted and...
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    Not just the current government. Think about how...

    Not just the current government. Think about how long the half life of code is.


    Not at all. I was imagining the situation where the hacked version was leaked or stolen thus giving black hat...
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    Potentially true, but there would very quickly be...

    Potentially true, but there would very quickly be a fork without their code in there. The version with the crack would soon become widely untrusted.
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    If it was restricted boot, it wouldn't boot at...

    If it was restricted boot, it wouldn't boot at all. When it boots to a black screen, what happens if you press Ctrl + Alt + F2? With luck it should be a terminal based login screen. I don't know...
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    Could be a dodgy RAM chip?

    Could be a dodgy RAM chip?
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    Hopefully this will at least start to raise...

    Hopefully this will at least start to raise public awareness of what governments are doing and why it's a bad idea. Credit to Apple for that and to be honest, I'm not convinced this is a publicity...
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    I don't often say this but...

    Kudos to Apple for doing this: https://www.apple.com/customer-letter/
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    The best speech recognition for Linux is Simon....

    The best speech recognition for Linux is Simon. Depending on your distro it should be available in the repositories.
  25. Thread: Do be Discovered

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    There is the Peace Corps...

    There is the Peace Corps which is nothing to do with the UN or military. It may be more suited to you.
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