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    I haven't tried 10.10 yet, but I seem to recall...

    I haven't tried 10.10 yet, but I seem to recall 10.04 also had this menu, but my remastered version (done using remastersys) doesn't. It may not be the best solution, but you could perhaps try...
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    Is there? I've only used it on FAT filesystems...

    Is there? I've only used it on FAT filesystems myself, but Photorec claims to support it.
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    I don't quite understand what you mean by this. ...

    I don't quite understand what you mean by this. When isn't it an option? I know it can't help if the data has physically been overwritten (but what can) and it doesn't work for fragmented files,...
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    Actually, I think it is illegal in most...

    Actually, I think it is illegal in most countries. Not that you'd get in trouble for it, I don't think there have been any cases of MS going after home users for it, after all, they'd rather you...
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    Trilarian: If you use a random 10 character...

    Trilarian: If you use a random 10 character alphanumeric password for WPA (26 lowercase +26 uppercase + 10 numbers = 62 characters) that would give you 62^10 possible combinations which from your...
  6. Thread: Encrypting RAM

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    If the computer is locked, the data on it isn't...

    If the computer is locked, the data on it isn't readily accessible. Further, lots of people like to use suspend their computers when not in use, and suspend mode keeps the RAM powered so the computer...
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    You might want to give Photorec...

    You might want to give Photorec a go. It is a file recovery tool that ignores the filesystem when searching for files, so it may work for you so long as the files you want aren't fragmented, but it...
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    You don't really need any programming languages...

    You don't really need any programming languages to create your own distro, but learning Bash would be very useful since a lot of the startup scripts use it. You may get some benefit from doing LFS,...
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    Do you really understand why the drivers are...

    Do you really understand why the drivers are removed? I question this because you said remastersys removes the 3D drivers, when according to the website it removes proprietary drivers, and there is...
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    Okay, with 32MB you're only just under the...

    Okay, with 32MB you're only just under the minimum requirement for Micro Core, if you could hack it so it runs from your flash drive rather than RAM, then you should be able to get it working. This...
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    I don't know if it is possible, you haven't...

    I don't know if it is possible, you haven't really got a lot of RAM to work with. You probably want to look to Linux From Scratch for a guide on building your own custom barebones Linux. You may...
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    What exactly are you looking for or what is your...

    What exactly are you looking for or what is your actual problem?
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    Perhaps you could have the pictures saved to a...

    Perhaps you could have the pictures saved to a ram disk then run a script to monitor the ram disk for new pictures and move them to your hard disk.
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    I'd second the recommendation of Puppy for...

    I'd second the recommendation of Puppy for something like this, you can copy the livecd to the hard drive and run it from there if you like (as you can with most live cds).
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    It is possible that the manufacturer or some...

    It is possible that the manufacturer or some hacker has updated the BIOS to enable this, just very unlikely.

    In my experience moving a Linux install from one machine to another has generally gone...
  16. Thread: *buntu mix

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    For update notifications you need the...

    For update notifications you need the update-notifier running. You can do
    ps -A |grep update-notifierin a terminal to check if it is running or not.

    A normal Ubuntu install with Gnome should...
  17. The networking service handles the network...

    The networking service handles the network interfaces you have configured manually in /etc/network/interfaces, other network interfaces are handled by Network Manager, so you want to stop the...
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    You can use more than 4GB with a 32-bit kernel so...

    You can use more than 4GB with a 32-bit kernel so long as it is compiled with the right options, presumably that is what the bigsmp kernel is.

    rjnlinux, that command should install the kernel,...
  19. On board RAID solutions are typically thinly...

    On board RAID solutions are typically thinly disguised software RAID masquerading as hardware RAID rather than real hardware RAID. It seems likely that this is the case for your HP server and the...
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    While, you will probably need to do a new...

    While, you will probably need to do a new install, it should be possible to copy all your settings and which packages you had selected to install (so long as the names don't differ between 32 and...
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    Well, you have 4 ethernet interfaces there, are...

    Well, you have 4 ethernet interfaces there, are eth1-eth3 not the USB ethernet interfaces?
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    So are you running directly from the system you...

    So are you running directly from the system you are checking, or are you booting from you USB stick to check it? If you are running it from within a compromised system then the rootkit can...
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    Bear in mind that security guide is over 7 years...

    Bear in mind that security guide is over 7 years old, so may be a bit out of date.

    I've just tested it on my computer and got the same thing. Since it appeared to be a problem with using lsattr...
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    Heh, perhaps we should, though I don't think it...

    Heh, perhaps we should, though I don't think it is surprising they censored the word, though in my mind "bloody hell" is almost as bad in terms of swearing and that was left alone. On the other hand...
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    That'll work, so long as you do it as root,...

    That'll work, so long as you do it as root, otherwise it won't be able to set the correct ownership. I would use tar, but it won't make a difference. If you are running any servers on this box, they...
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