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I am a University student, with a focus on Cyber Security. I am also a Linux enthusiast.


[Ubuntu-related Things]

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Sep
3
revised Alert when running process finishes
This does not appear to be an Ubuntu-specific question, and does not need the Ubuntu tag as it's not specific to just Ubuntu
Sep
3
revised Apache2 not reading sites-enabled/*.conf
Ubuntu tag is not necessary unless it's an Ubuntu specific issue.
Sep
3
suggested suggested edit on Alert when running process finishes
Sep
3
suggested suggested edit on Apache2 not reading sites-enabled/*.conf
Jun
11
awarded  Caucus
Jun
1
revised Why does rsyslogd not honor the following lines in rsyslog.d
Nothing in this post seems to warrant the use of the Ubuntu tag here. There's nothing truly ubuntu-specific on this, as far as I can tell.
Jun
1
suggested suggested edit on Why does rsyslogd not honor the following lines in rsyslog.d
May
27
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
28
comment Saving an iptables configuration permanently
The iptables-persistent package is the easiest, least-technical method of getting it working, +1 to that answer.)
Jan
20
comment I have Debian on my server. Should I use Centos or Ubuntu version of software I need to install?
Lets be careful throwing "package" around, it appears the software providers don't have .deb or .rpm packages, and rather binary installers that don't work with standard packaging systems.
Jan
20
comment I have Debian on my server. Should I use Centos or Ubuntu version of software I need to install?
@FaheemMitha a .run is just a binary installer, really. I know this isn't on U&L, but maybe this can help explain what a .run file is?
Jan
20
comment I have Debian on my server. Should I use Centos or Ubuntu version of software I need to install?
@FaheemMitha I can provide further clarification, the user is using $some_software but there's no Debian packages, only .run files. Only those CentOS and Ubuntu .run files are available, and they want to know which they should use. I do agree it's unclear though, if they said which software it was, it could maybe be more answerable.
Jan
20
revised I have Debian on my server. Should I use Centos or Ubuntu version of software I need to install?
This question is not about Ubuntu nor about CentOS and does not need those tags.
Jan
20
comment I have Debian on my server. Should I use Centos or Ubuntu version of software I need to install?
Perlnika, you do not have to delete your questions on other sites. Doing so may trigger autoprotection systems which will block you from making posts on those other sites for some time (which is the case with this question, they initially asked it on Ask Ubuntu). Having said this, the ubuntu and centos tags aren't really necessary here because the question is neither about Ubuntu nor CentOS.
Jan
20
suggested suggested edit on I have Debian on my server. Should I use Centos or Ubuntu version of software I need to install?
Jan
4
revised Best distro for using Google Docs on old computer
This is not an Ubuntu specific question and should not be tagged as such, it's asking for the best distro in general.
Jan
4
comment Best distro for using Google Docs on old computer
@goldilocks you've added to the confusion here, then. Installing ubuntu and then adding XFCE or LXDE isn't exactly a "easy" thing to do, if they want just XFCE or LXDE it's easier for them to just install the derivative rater than dealing with adding additional UI packages. (however correct your distinction may be, my point is simplicity of getting the desktop environments via installing the specific derivative, not comparing apples and oranges)
Jan
4
comment Best distro for using Google Docs on old computer
@goldilocks Then Lubuntu or Xubuntu should be suggested, Ubuntu Gnome has some heavy requirements too, Lubuntu or Xubuntu are much lighter here.
Jan
4
suggested suggested edit on Best distro for using Google Docs on old computer
Jan
4
comment Best distro for using Google Docs on old computer
Can I make a point here? You're asking which distro to use, but you've tagged this as Ubuntu. I think there's a problem with that tag, as that makes this an "Ubuntu" question, rather than a "What distro is best for this" question. Also, Lucio makes a valid point, this is a very broad question.