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I've been trying to use Kali Linux on my MacBook pro for a while now and haven't had any luck with getting it to work. I'm currently running OS X 10.10 Yosemite. Everytime I try to boot to the Kali USB my machine freezes up while I'm choosing the EFI boot. Any ideas of what could be going on? submitted by trecoh [link] [1 comment]

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I've been using Linux for a while. Namely Ubuntu and Lubuntu. I like it, but... Why can't we just double-click to install (Windows) or drag to install (like Apple)? Why do we still have to deal with terminals and .tar.gz command line crap? To install Java: http://java.com/en/download/help/linux_install.xml or http://www.wikihow.com/Install-Oracle-Java-on-Ubuntu-Linux How is a casual user, your parents or next door neighbor, supposed to deal with this? submitted by pest707 [link] [4 comments]

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Hello, I've been interested in learning more about the linux kernel, as I have a very limited knowledge of it (all I know is that it allows the os and applications to communicate with the hardware). Is there a recent book (less than 2 years old) that goes in depth on the kernel and explains it in a way that someone with quite a bit of experience with linux, but not the kernel, could understand? Thanks for your suggestions, Twtduck submitted by Twtduck [link] [2 comments]

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It worked. This shit is beautiful submitted by CaDoran [link] [1 comment]

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Hi guys, I have been looking for a full MS Exchange replacement for myself where ActiveSync, calendar, etc works. The answer is: OpenChange + Samba4. I've tried a different, similarly named project called Open-Xchange but the one that works very well with less headache is OpenChange and it works without a connector or any additional piece of software. I tested it with my Android, Blackberry and Thunderbird as well as Outlook 2013 and it just works. If you guys want to run a full stack that is easy to set up to replace Active Directory, I'd highly recommend Zentyal (it's an Ubuntu derivative). OpenChange fits for my purpose without having to pay for a license and I can keep everything running Linux & Mac. A full OpenChange + Zentyal setup took less than 3GB. I highly recommend you guys to donate to this project: http://www.openchange.org/donate/index.html Kudos to OpenChange/Samba4/Zentyal/SOGo team!!! submitted by pranalee [link] [comment]

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I am going to install a version of Kali Linux on a spare Dell box at my workplace for some in house penetration testing. I have installed Kali on a VM multiple times so the software side is not too fuzzy for me, but what I am unsure of is the hardware and driver side. I have never installed Linux natively before. Do you all have any tips for me before I install it? (Drivers I should get pre-install, methods that might work better than others, etc..) For what it's worth I have used metasploit and some of the other tools in the past from a VM. My boss would like to set up a permanent box for pen-testing devices that can be used in the future if I am not around. Otherwise we have to hire a third-company to do simple pen-testing. Sorry for the novel! submitted by Link867 [link] [1 comment]

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It is hard to imagine alternate realities, but it might be worth asking where Debian would be today if Ubuntu had never been created and Shuttleworth had been "forced" to do the work directly in Debian. Here is what I wrote about it in my book: http://keithcu.com/wordpress/?page_id=558 Mark Shuttleworth wrote a response in 2010: http://keithcu.com/wordpress/?page_id=558#comment-26092 Here is my reply to him: http://keithcu.com/wordpress/?p=605 Would be curious to know what people think now! submitted by keithcu [link] [2 comments]

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