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  • Changing a run command dialog in GNOME
    Open gconf editor Go to apps panel global and change a run key line by deleting Alt F2 as its value this disables the old run command functionality Now go to apps metacity global keybindings and change the run command 1 to Alt F2 Then go to apps metacity keybinding commands and change command 1 to gmrun or other program that you may prefer for this purpose In global keybindings shortcuts are set by numbers 1 in this case and in keybinding commands the command numbered with a corresponding number will be launched So in this case when you press Alt F2 gmrun will launch And that s what we wanted Cheers Article by libervisco Community Blogs Tech Stack Solutions Tech Stack Solutions is my company that provides Unix support Sign up or simply get in touch to find out how I can help Search this Website Recent Posts How to Install Ubuntu Linux without a DVD or USB How to Securely Save All Your Passwords with Keepass 9 Signs You Should Use Linux on Your Computer The Easiest Way to Optimize Your MySQL Database Performance Setting up a Linux Web Development Environment in Windows Hunting Down Disk Space Hogs

    Original URL path: http://www.nuxified.org/blog/changing_a_run_command_dialog_in_gnome/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Novell’s comparison of AppArmor and SELinux
    second post Rusty AppArmor SELinux was completely implemented first and now the tools to make it easier for the user are being worked on In my opinion this is the right way to do it AppArmor might be easier to use but it has limitations compared to SELinux AppArmor wrote Easier integration with Novell platforms SELinux wrote Low adoption rate This point gave me real good laughs Wow AppArmor is easier to integrate with Novell platforms Of course it s your own product And I have no idea how these guys do their research but the point about a low adoption rate of SELinux is simply wrong Just have a look at how many distros use AppArmor and how many use SELinux AppArmor 2 Suse Enterprise and OpenSuse I read it should be implementable with Ubuntu Debian and even Fedora although I wouldn t know why anybody would want to replace SELinux with AppArmor in Fedora SELinux At least 4 EnGarde Secure Linux Red Hat Enterprise Fedora EasyLFS and it s implementable into Debian Ubuntu Slackware and as far as I remember even Suse Of course I might have missed a few on both sides but so far the numbers pretty much are in favor of SELinux AppArmor wrote Integrated GUI Console toolset SELinux wrote Hard to manage rules Lack of integrated tools Now we start repeating ourselves don t we Well it s nice that AppArmor is easy to use but it lacks the complexity a proper security implementation should offer SELinux offers this complexity and this so far comes with a little more work for the user but in my opinion it s totally worth it As mentioned before AppArmor doesn t add very much to the security Linux offers out of the box and that s already the end of the line With SELinux you have a lot more options which of course comes with a more complex configuration And did I mention that the tools to make configuring SELinux are on their way AppArmor wrote Proficiency with 1 2 days training Usability is primary goal SELinux wrote Substantial training investment I think it would have been nice if security would have been Novell s primary goal here but let s not further follow this thought Suse is made for the normal user and you shouldn t expect too much of him right But to be honest who would want to have his credit card data or medical information stored on a server that has been secured by clicking through the AppArmor configuration for 10 minutes after two days of reading on how to start Yast and where to find the AppArmor module That kind of data has to be stored on a server that has been properly secured And what do you need for this Right training And not just for a few days In a few days you can t build up the experience you need for this You wouldn t hire somebody who just

    Original URL path: http://www.nuxified.org/blog/novells_comparison_of_apparmor_and_selinux/ (2016-04-30)
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  • NetBSD 3.1 with TWM
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    Original URL path: http://www.nuxified.org/image/netbsd_3_1_with_twm/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Explore powerful UNIX writer’s tools
    Use Linux on Your Computer The Easiest Way to Optimize Your MySQL Database Performance Setting up a Linux Web Development Environment in Windows Hunting Down Disk Space Hogs on Linux Command Line 6 Simple Android Apps for Monitoring and Managing Your Linux Server Easily Manage Remote Files on Linux with Konqueror and Kate webmin Best Control Panels if any for Managing a Linux Server Archives Archives Select Month December 2014

    Original URL path: http://www.nuxified.org/blog/explore_powerful_unix_writers_tools/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Why supporting Tux500 is worth it
    only thing standing between us and our support for Tux500 is the fact that the name on the car will say Linux instead of GNU Linux maybe we shouldn t just run away immediately but think whether in this case compromising on this issue might be worth it This is not about putting non free software on GNU Linux and hence it is not the same thing as supporting non free drivers in Ubuntu to get greater market share for example It is pure and simple a shout out an attention seeker Once heads start turning towards that penguin and the Linux name everyone of us gets to say something to those people and that includes us who believe the right name is GNU Linux We can simply tell that to them once we have their attention and this time it wouldn t take such a deep compromise to get their attention as adopting non free software may be There is a difference between compromising a fundamental principle and compromising what may be a principled best practice which the naming issue could be described us It is more often worth to make the second compromise than the first one So even if you disagree with the name on the car if you agree that this could bring this diverse community which we are all part of a good deal of attention which we can then use to tell the people whatever we believe about GNU Linux you should support the project and stop ignoring it 2 Tux500 wont bring that much attention as the project claims This is another reason why some people ignore or just refuse to support the project They don t believe that this marketing effort would really bring GNU Linux as much attention as Ken and Bob anticipate But I would urge you to rethink that stance If it really is that insignificant then why do the major brands like for example Coca Cola compete to put their ads on those cars Many in this community tend to underestimate the power of good marketing and are also quick to forget that most people in the world don t really respond to anything else but good marketing when they make their choices There is also a psychological realm which has already been pointed out quite a few times People remember even if subconsciously the logos and names of the cars they are watching This is an exciting race Many people are fixed on those cars for a while for enough time to scan every detail of it including every picture and every word that is written on the car especially if they are cheering on it to win perhaps because of a bet They will remember it and if they see an advertisement of something unknown many may very well be curious about it This curiosity would then lead them to us I believe this sort of exposure very well compares if not exceeds the exposure that

    Original URL path: http://www.nuxified.org/article/why_supporting_tux500_is_worth_it/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Ctrl-R in the Bash Shell
    executed If you hit Ctrl R again in will go back again in your history to the previous time you used a line with ss in it such as reverse i search ss vim etc ssh sshd config If you wish to change your search parameters just hit the backspace key and write your new search e g backspace c reverse i search sc screen r I hope this helps people who ve become annoyed with hitting the Up arrow all the time to get at yesterday s command Article by dylunio Community Blogs Tech Stack Solutions Tech Stack Solutions is my company that provides Unix support Sign up or simply get in touch to find out how I can help Search this Website Recent Posts How to Install Ubuntu Linux without a DVD or USB How to Securely Save All Your Passwords with Keepass 9 Signs You Should Use Linux on Your Computer The Easiest Way to Optimize Your MySQL Database Performance Setting up a Linux Web Development Environment in Windows Hunting Down Disk Space Hogs on Linux Command Line 6 Simple Android Apps for Monitoring and Managing Your Linux Server Easily Manage Remote Files on Linux with Konqueror

    Original URL path: http://www.nuxified.org/blog/ctrl_r_in_the_bash_shell/ (2016-04-30)
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  • The Middle Button and Scrolling in Gtk+
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    Original URL path: http://www.nuxified.org/blog/the_middle_button_and_scrolling_in_gtk/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Browse your filesystem in 3D
    display your filesystem in a cool 3D view it also gives you an optical representation of file and directory sizes Of course this is nothing for everyday s work but it s a nice toy to show off to your friends So when you ask yourself now where your files are maybe they are somewhere at the back on the left side Article by reptiler Community Blogs Tech Stack Solutions Tech Stack Solutions is my company that provides Unix support Sign up or simply get in touch to find out how I can help Search this Website Recent Posts How to Install Ubuntu Linux without a DVD or USB How to Securely Save All Your Passwords with Keepass 9 Signs You Should Use Linux on Your Computer The Easiest Way to Optimize Your MySQL Database Performance Setting up a Linux Web Development Environment in Windows Hunting Down Disk Space Hogs on Linux Command Line 6 Simple Android Apps for Monitoring and Managing Your Linux Server Easily Manage Remote Files on Linux with Konqueror and Kate webmin Best Control Panels if any for Managing a Linux Server Archives Archives Select Month December 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014

    Original URL path: http://www.nuxified.org/blog/browse_your_filesystem_in_3d/ (2016-04-30)
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