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Apr
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comment Is next LTS versions of Ubuntu based on actual testing version of Debian
@plugwash I think they made it themselves...
Mar
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Jan
14
comment Packages kept back during apt-get upgrade
@anonymous No, the backports repo does NOT come with the backported kernels. They're included to support NEWER hardware and features in LTS releases, to get updated drivers where possible, etc.
Jan
14
answered Packages kept back during apt-get upgrade
Dec
10
comment Missing library in ia32-libs when compiling with gcc-3.4.6 in 32 bit mode
ia32-libs was removed from Ubuntu - it is no longer available, since Multiarch support came in. It does appear, though, that your gcc version isn't something that came with Ubuntu.
Dec
9
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Dec
9
accepted Isolate SSH Authentication Failures into Own Log File on RHEL 6.6
Dec
8
revised Why gnuplot plot don't plot straight lines?
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Dec
8
comment Why gnuplot plot don't plot straight lines?
@muru PERFECT example of such an optical illusion.
Dec
8
answered Why gnuplot plot don't plot straight lines?
Dec
8
comment Why gnuplot plot don't plot straight lines?
I think the curve is an optical illusion - those look like straight lines to me. By having the data points on the curve there, it can give that optical illusion.
Dec
8
revised Why gnuplot plot don't plot straight lines?
This doesn't appear to be an Ubuntu only question, therefore this does not need an Ubuntu tag
Dec
8
suggested approved edit on Why gnuplot plot don't plot straight lines?
Dec
3
comment Isolate SSH Authentication Failures into Own Log File on RHEL 6.6
Any chance you have an rsyslogd approach? Since that's what's on the systems right now...
Dec
3
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Dec
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Nov
25
comment Isolate SSH Authentication Failures into Own Log File on RHEL 6.6
(@RuiFRibeiro OK, didn't mean to say ou had to answer now :P I also added an edit to the question in case someone else beats you to it :) )
Nov
25
revised Isolate SSH Authentication Failures into Own Log File on RHEL 6.6
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Nov
25
comment Isolate SSH Authentication Failures into Own Log File on RHEL 6.6
@RuiFRibeiro thanks for the hint, but lets assume for a moment I'm a newbie when it comes to handling this in syslog...
Nov
25
asked Isolate SSH Authentication Failures into Own Log File on RHEL 6.6