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Oct
13
comment Are there any linux terminals which can handle all key combinations?
In my terminal, backspace and ctrl+backspace both give ^?. Is there any possible way to distinguish between backspace and ctrl+backspace?
Oct
13
comment 8-bit input in gnome-terminal
Still no answer? :(
Sep
27
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Sep
19
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Aug
30
revised Can an arbitrary process read data coming to/from a network port? How?
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Aug
30
revised Is there a file menu plugin for vim (not gVim) that creates a text-based GUI menu system?
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Aug
30
comment Can an arbitrary process read data coming to/from a network port? How?
Thanks for that answer (specifically about observing the data. That's what I'm interested in, in order to prevent that sort of thing and make my server more secure. What type of privileges would a process need in order to "observe" data from any port in the network?
Aug
30
comment Can an arbitrary process read data coming to/from a network port? How?
It's my goal to make sure everything on the network is secure. Ultimately, my server runs a few LAMP, Node.js, and Ruby apps on a few ports, and things like postgresql and mysql are services on other ports needed by those apps, so I'm just trying to make sure those services are secure (e.g. not running as root). I'm new to security, so I'm just wondering if there's any possible security implications of the setup you see in my question. THanks!
Aug
19
asked Can an arbitrary process read data coming to/from a network port? How?
Aug
16
comment Block network access of a process?
Thanks MichaƂ Górny. I'm not exactly sure how that all works though. What I'm looking to do is to just boot my machine, and have all programs blocked from network access by default, with the ability to allow some (whitelist) to access the network. I think perhaps AppArmor might be suited for what I want to do.
Aug
3
comment Block network access of a process?
How do you block all programs by default, then start a specific program with network access (basically the opposite of what you show in your answer (share))?
Jul
19
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Jul
12
revised How do I run Gnome from a systemd-nspawn container in a second X server?
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Jul
12
asked How do I run Gnome from a systemd-nspawn container in a second X server?
Jun
11
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May
17
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Apr
13
comment How do you send command line apps directly to the background?
Thanks! I'm about to switch to zsh. I've been hearing so much good stuff about it.
Apr
9
revised Is there a file menu plugin for vim (not gVim) that creates a text-based GUI menu system?
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Apr
9
comment Is there a file menu plugin for vim (not gVim) that creates a text-based GUI menu system?
The the mere fact that the user is using vim (despite if it has a gui window) allows him/her to start learning jedi programming tricks, unlike other editors with a gui.
Apr
9
comment Is there a file menu plugin for vim (not gVim) that creates a text-based GUI menu system?
It may be frowned upon to have menus in vim, but a good menu system would help people learn by showing the exact keystrokes required next to each menu item, I believe. Just like how in gVim it shows you the keystrokes; that's helpful in learning vim. Plus, a new user may not be a vim ninja, but at least he has the powers of vim, despite the fact that he uses a GUI menu. You have to admit, although vim has a gui menu system (which you don't have to use), it's still better than having any other text editor, even for users who use the menu.