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Hey guys. So my sis is sick of Windblows 8 because its hogging 21gb of HDD. I can't make up my mind whether to get LinuxMint16, Ubuntu 14.04 or Luna. So my question are the following: 1)I use to use ubuntu myself about 2 years ago for 3 years. Mounting the NTFS HHD on every boot was annoying, has this problem been fixed? 2)I'm assuming musix players in Linux have good compatibility with Ipod video, is this true? Now I don't understand why should I get elenwntaryOS Luna when there is UbuntuPPA for it. I don't want stock ubuntu because I know she would find it ugly. Why should i get linuxmint when ElementaryOS Luna is much more advance version of it in GUI. I don't want to get Luna itself because AFAIK its on old Ubuntu LTS. Im very inclined in getting Gnome Ubuntu but when i tried it on a virtual machine, it was extremely laggy. I got the imagr for gnome ubuntu off thepiratebay. Any help will be appreciates. submitted by farts_are_adorable [link] [3 comments]

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Just curious as to whether anyone knows of a GUI that just does away with the entire idea of a "desktop" with folders, etc. submitted by IdiotII [link] [1 comment]

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I've given the new Gnome a good long review, also tried Unity as it cames with Ubuntu now, also tried Cinnamon, KDE, XFCE and some otheres that were just bleh. All the ones I've tried, I still like Gnome classic (2.0 series). I know I can install Gnome classic on Ubuntu, I've done it, but it still runs very slow like all the other ones. Gnome used to be fast, while offering the layout I was most confortable with. As a keyboard and mouse user with a desktop without touch screen stuff, Gnome classic fits my needs perfectly...but now there is the problem with the new Gnome dragging it down. When Logging in, I click on Gnome classic and there is. The classic look, but something is wrong, it's very sluggish and the old machine choaks on it just like the other desktop environments, programs hang and I find my self tapping my fingers out being bored. I think I may know what the issue is, but I do not know of a way to fix it/disable. While in Classic gnome, if I move my cursor to the top left of the screen, the Gnome metro screen comes up, as if Gnome classic is just being displayed over the top of the new version. With all the transparency and laggy visual stuff. How do I get it so I'm not running the new Metro Gnome in the back? I would like it if my machine was only having to process and render the classic components without having the metro look loaded. Package I used was gnome-classic-session installed via console apt-get. submitted by TechSonic [link] [4 comments]

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I want to know if Redditors think there are any huge security blunders here. I have a server that was1 running ubuntu 12.04 and I wanted to add more security for ssh and add some convenience at the same time. I wanted public key and two factor authentication, unless I logged in from home, in which case, I wanted just public key authentication. Here is what I did: running ubuntu 12.04 upgraded to openssh-server 6.2 from saucy added two factor authentication with libpam-google-authenicator set up sshd_config with: PermitRootLogin yes AuthenticationMethods publickey,keyboard-interactive ChallengeResponseAuthentication yes PasswordAuthentication no UsePAM yes set up /etc/pam.d/sshd with: auth sufficient pam_access.so debug accessfile=/etc/security/root_access.conf auth sufficient pam_google_authenticator.so #@include common-auth (this is commented out) set up /etc/security/root_access.conf with this: : root : 192.168.0.1 : ALL : ALL I wanted to use public keys to login to the server and have two factor authentication, which is why I needed to upgrade openssh to version 6.2. I also wanted to bypass the two factor authentication if I logged in from my home computer. This also allows me to run rsync via cronjobs and not have to use the two factor authentication. The server doesn't get much use, but I decided to use a different access.conf file from pam_access.so so that I didn't lock out any other users. If I log in from elsewhere, I still have to use the two factor authentication. Does anyone see any glaring security issues? I'm not too familiar with PAM aside from the all the warnings in the sshd config file about security risks. meh, warning schwarning 1 I wrote was running 12.04 because I accidentally left saucy in the apt repositories and ran apt-get upgrade one morning before I had my tea. I did see that there were about 300 packages to upgrade, but it didn't register and I let it fly. It reports 13.10 now. edit: formatting submitted by gee-one [link] [1 comment]

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