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[21 Oct 2010 | No Comment | ]

I experienced another nasty bug with vino server and Ubuntu 10.10 (some reports the same thing on other Distros, even on older versions of Ubuntu): After authenticating on VNC, the client windows is not updated.

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[21 Oct 2010 | No Comment | ]

Long time, no see 🙂
I installed the alpha version of Ubuntu 10.10 and I had a small problem: VNC Server (vino-server) doesn’t start. If you take a look on your home folder, in file .xsession-errors probably you will find:

13/10/2010 07:47:39 PM Autoprobing TCP port in (all) network interface
13/10/2010 07:47:39 PM Listening IPv6://[::]:5900
13/10/2010 07:47:39 PM Listening IPv4://0.0.0.0:5900
13/10/2010 07:47:39 PM Autoprobing selected port 5900
13/10/2010 07:47:39 PM Advertising security type: ‘TLS’ (18)
13/10/2010 07:47:39 PM Advertising authentication type: ‘VNC Authentication’ (2)
13/10/2010 07:47:39 PM Advertising security type: ‘VNC Authentication’ (2)
** Message: Received signal 11, exiting…

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[29 Oct 2009 | No Comment | ]

After 6 months of waiting ( the normal time for Ubuntu releases) Ubuntu 9.10 is here. Today (29 Octomber) I upgraded my laptop at Ubuntu 9.10. What is Ubuntu promising with this new release:

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[19 Oct 2009 | 2 Comments | ]

If you copy your shortcuts from one system to another and you don’t preserve the right attributes on this files then is possible to get a warning everytime when you run a application from your desktop or your menus.

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[13 May 2009 | 3 Comments | ]

Gpg is stands for Gnu Privacy Guard and is a free alternative to the PGP cryptographic software. GnuPG (or GPG) follows the RFC 4880 which is the standard specification of OpenPGP. The most important thing GPG is interoperable with PGP. GPG is build as a command line utility but also have several front-ends for KDE, Gnome and other Linux desktops, but also is directly integrated in other software like: Email Clients as Mozilla Thunderbird, Evolution, Kmail, Instant Messaging as PSI, Fire, Browsers as Mozilla Firefox etc.

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