use Geotags with FSpot ?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 6, 2010
is it possible to use Geotags in fotos within F-Spot?
DigiKam seems to support such a feature:
There is a blog entry talking bout a plugin:
But I cannot find it anywhere.
Thanks for any pointers.
How to use API with Kannel in ubuntu ?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 16, 2013
I want to push sms to client depends on my scripts using kannel.
So, if you have simple and easy way to deploy api, please let me know,,,
temporarily fail to use ssh with "connection refused" error returned
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 30, 2012
Days ago, I can use ssh quite normally. But recently (I am not sure from when on or from which operation), I temporarily get "connection refused" message by calling ssh.
Several hours ago, I connect to another computer in the local area network by ssh, but now ssh terminal stops to respond, and I cannot ssh the computer with "ssh: connect to host **** port 22: Connection refused" message. Meanwhile I can successfully ping the computer.
After a period (like one hour), I can connect the computer with ssh again.
This problem occurs recently frequently, I am wondering what should be the possible reasons?
Thanks a lot!
cannot use ssh with port 443 as proxy
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 15, 2009
I setup my vps box ssh with port 443 and try to surf restricted websites from my work. and it showing me this error SSH protocol mismatch. thank in advance.
how to use sshfs with a user & password on command line? how to add sshfs to fstab?
- date: June 23, 2008
I am following this how-to for using a secure encrypted remote volume
it gives an example of
sshfs [email protected]
my remote ssh host requires a username and password so i'm not sure how to tailor this example to include that all at the command line
i would also like to be able to add this sshfs to /etc/fstab if possible so i dont have to mount it manually when using it. how to do i do that ?
one final question about this secure encrypted remote volume. in the url listed above, it has the following two command line lines for use:
sshfs [email protected]
encfs ~/.remote-secure-volume $HOME/remote-encrypted-volume
after executing those two commands do i simply use nautilus (or terminal) to save files remotely encrypting on the fly to the ~/remote-encrypted-volume ? the reason it confuses
Use VPN with Linux?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 26, 2013
If you're using a Linux distro on a public web site, I know you don't really need antivirus. What about VPN or other security utilities? I use wifi a lot at places like internet cafes and hotel rooms. Thus far I have not used these open wifi spots to do any banking. But what if I needed to? Should I get hooked up with VPN? And whatabout keystroke hiding programs? Kaspersky Internet Security has a virtual keyboard tool. You can use it to type in your user name and password to your bank and it prevents any keyloggers for recording your keystrokes. Of course that's in Windows. Is there any danger of keyloggers in Linux or are we pretty safe?
And in a public place if you check web-based e-mail like Yahoo, Excite, or whatever, can others using the same hot spot eavesdrop on what you're doing?
How can I use man with special title ?
location: linux.com - date: July 19, 2013
When I use man to see the usage, I want the result only appears the description. How can I do that? e.g. $man objdump
How to import/use CAcert SSL root certificate to use SSL with Xchat IRC client?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 19, 2010
I'm trying to use Xchat, to communicate with a server which uses CAcert root certificate(s) for its SSL connection.
I have Xchat all configured, and it works fine when I connect WITHOUT SSL, but I'm getting pretty miffed about how to get it to find/use whatever local certificates I'm supposed to have, assuming I actually *have* these certs installed somewhere. This seems like it should be less difficult than I'm making it out to be.
I've been to CAcert's website and their Wiki, and while they have the root certificates available for download (which I did, as well as inadvertently installing them into my browser, where they probably already were anyway) the only instructions I saw in their "Linux" docs department, on how/where to use/put them, were for a couple RH based distros, and some other distro I'm not using.
I checked the Xchat website and had a somewhat semi-thorough look around their user forum, but didn't find what I need there either.
The openssl man pag
Looking for a way to use Quicken with Linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 6, 2008
Could you suggest a way for me to use Quicken (Home & Business 2008 version) with Linux, or in the alternative, any Linux software that would be at least generally equivalent?
How to use DLNA with Ubuntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 9, 2012
I just bought HDTV (with WiFi) which supports DLNA. I'm thinking how could I use my Ubuntu 11.10 to connect to TV using DLNA.
Could someone please explain me what should I do on my PC side to enable it ... like install some app? or just enable existing one or etc?
I'm hoping that using DLNA I should be able to stream video from my PC to TV box.
Thanks in advance.
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