On Sunday, October 2, 2016 at 11:36:09 PM UTC-5, raah...@gmail.com wrote:
> On Monday, October 3, 2016 at 12:05:43 AM UTC-4, Chris Mays wrote:
> > On Sunday, October 2, 2016 at 10:53:06 PM UTC-5, Andrew David Wong wrote:
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I converted a vdi file over to a raw file which seemed to go fine but mounting
it is not going so well. mount seems to be having problems with the file sys. I
have tried auto but no luck, I tried manually specifying but no luck. It was
whonix so I assumed it was ext3 or 4 (or 2, tried em all)
On Monday, October 3, 2016 at 1:14:13 PM UTC-4, nishi...@gmail.com wrote:
> It isn't a configuration problem but a driver related one. I made the mistake
> to set up this mouse with a minimum DPI value that is too high. Anyway it has
> by default a high DPI value that does not fit a browsing /
it's a stupid mess. People don't deal with it.
It would be nice if there was a specification, other than a shitty vulnerable
USB, that would allow the plugging in of a key that stored a GPG private key.
That way even your grandma could automagically sign an authentication token.
Such a key-fob
I'm encountering seemingly random screen blanking while I'm using Qubes
3.2 (updated from a fresh install of rc3). The screen will blank and
momentarily show the logon. Yet if I move the mouse or use the keyboard
only the active window will show. Changing desktops, clicking on other
Merci for sharing this artikel.
Here the link to some similar "security mesh" the PEP foil to protect some
Protecting Electronic Products
This should also
Network Manager 1.4.2 has been testing very well for me the last few days...
This new version appears to randomize MAC addresses properly, and the
feature set has evolved to the point where the randomization process is
managed in a more holistic way. For example, you can specify a
It isn't a configuration problem but a driver related one. I made the mistake
to set up this mouse with a minimum DPI value that is too high. Anyway it has
by default a high DPI value that does not fit a browsing / workstation profile.
I bought it for gaming purpose, but I stopped playing video
On Thursday, September 22, 2016 at 4:09:53 PM UTC-4, neilh...@gmail.com wrote:
> I am doing a project with someone.
> I need to install DHCP in "sys-net".
> I did:
> sudo dnf install dhcp
> sudo dnf install dhcpcd
> After this, I was asked to look for this file:
On Monday, October 3, 2016 at 9:05:01 AM UTC-4, nishi...@gmail.com wrote:
> Ok thank you guys, on my next Qubes install I'll use your advices to disable
> ipv6 on Debian :) Anyway I use Fedora as well, I use both. Thanks again.
> But right now as I don't want either to go back to my old crappy
W dniu poniedziałek, 3 października 2016 04:43:50 UTC+2 użytkownik
> On Sunday, October 2, 2016 at 5:49:07 PM UTC-4, Andrew David Wong wrote:
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> > On 2016-10-02 09:50, 0982709527834095278094357 wrote:
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Yeah I find that really annoying. I like my launcher to be neatly organized and
now its a mess, I'm not willing to go in an fix it via text file in vi.
Best third party way to make this editable?
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passphrase: long, like 15+ words. used for encryption, does not change often
password: short, like 3-5 words. used for login/access, changes more often
passphrases per client device (laptop etc)
passwords per client device
OK, here is the solution. I solved it myself.
You install "pavucontrol" in the internal VM.
Then ,if you look at it, you will see that the USB mic is actually detected
So in fact, no need to detach anything, or disable any USB qube.
You just simply install "pavucontrol" inside
I remember, before I had Qubes with the USB qube, my USB mic seemed to be in
To the point where I could see the USB mic as an option in "Volume Control"/
pavucontrol in dom0.
In the volume control mixer, I would be able to select the VM from there, and
choose the USB mic as the input
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On Thu, Sep 29, 2016 at 04:58:39PM +0200, Robert Mittendorf wrote:
> Hey there.
> We have some issues using the new Xfce interface compared to KDE4. But most
> of us would actually prefer using Xfce for its simplicity.
> 1) "System Tools"
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On Sunday, 02.10.2016 at 06:10 -0700, Drew White wrote:
> > [...]
> > You see the difference? Your follow-up reply was inappropriate. It
> > didn't actually explain what you wanted, it didn't help them to help
> > you, and it led to this
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