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I'm new to anything that isn't Ubuntu, so I'm trying to branch out. I've enabled screen sharing through the Prefernces in Solus Shannon 1.2.1, but cannot connect from my OS X Macbook. Tips? I also can't figure out where to check the ports in Solus. With how new it is, it's difficult to "just google it" without learning about the Solus Project. A single player experience... submitted by /u/JackAssAnon [link] [comments]

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Hi guys! I'm a new Linux user and I've got a project on studying some of the Debian operating system, such as - Process Management - I/O Device Management - Memory Management - File Management - Network Management - Security I've been able to find a great book by Robert Love called Linux Kernel Development. However, this is based on the Linux 2.6 Kernel and the specific stable of Debian I'm studying uses the 3.16 kernel. Will the concepts in the 2.6 kernel be applicable to the 3.16 kernel or are the patches in between versions very drastic? Thanks guys! submitted by /u/Chowdz [link] [comments]

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I was wondering, what is it that makes Ubuntu a better desktop OS? (If you're offended by this statement, feel free to substitute "better" with "more popular/desired".) It's not a UI thing: most Ubuntu derivatives only exist to provide an alternative desktop environment, and even those are more popular than Debian desktop. So Ubuntu is doing something right that Debian isn't, or those derivatives would be using Debian as a base instead. What is that something? submitted by /u/blamo111 [link] [comments]

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I know Linux is generally pretty safe, but with the changes to rule 41, the possibility of a sophisticated rootkit infection has increased. What steps should someone take to harden their system to these attacks? I'm looking for things that would 1. Prevent attacks, 2. Detect and protect data if you are infected. submitted by /u/Astrrum [link] [comments]

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So i installed debian 8 on a Virtualbox inside my native windows 10 l. Fast forward an hour. My wireless AP is locked only to that debian OS... I need help to solve this riddle. Android os is asking to sign in after already being connected to wifi. But it gets a blocked gstatic page page because debian server is blocking port 80. The debian wm has taken control of my network and is refusing traffic passage along my AP. This is happening even in a off state in the vm software. And i dont know enough to solve the issue. Any know what i can do? Frontier internet. submitted by /u/DepthsofMadness [link] [comments]

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I'm curious: Does anyone have recommendations for system scanners for Linux? Are rkhunter and ClamAV still valid/good tools? Or is there no need for anything? Everyone knows you should have an AV on Windows, but everyone also knows Linux security is a much different beast. Other than a firewall, is there any need for such tools on a Linux box? If so, which are still up to date and worth it? Curious about Ubuntu and Arch Linux specifically, but any general information would be awesome. Thanks guys! submitted by /u/Pavornoc [link] [comments]

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