Virtualbox private browsing.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 5, 2012
Can anyone tell me if the browsing privacy is different in Virtualbox than in my regular Ubuntu 11.10 installed system??....Can virtual be tracked the same??....I am running Virtualbox version 4.1.2,,inside Ubuntu 11.10....Thanks for any info you may be able to supply....
Addon Error code, GUFW, Firestarter, Noscripts, Private Browsing
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 3, 2010
Long time listener, first time caller...Thanks for having me.
My experience with Linux, Ubuntu specifically, dates back to Saturday morning -- two days ago. Done some research and can't find answers to four of the issues below. The other two are thrown in because I wanted to make the most of this post. Please bear with me and thanks in advance for the help.
1- I read that one does not need to keep the GUFW open to provide firewall service since the GUFW's purpose is simply to provide a GUI to make changes to the iptables. Is this true for Firestarter?
I know now through experimentation that I can only use one or the other and I like the GUFW for it's simplicity, but I also like Firestarter because it shows me in the simplest form my current program/network activity. (I know I'm supposed to keep track of it, but I can't make heads or tales of the log file. I see English words, but it still reads like a foreign language.)
2- Is it safe to keep Firestarter, or other system applicatio
Browser Private Browsing Xubuntu 14.04
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 4, 2014
How do i get firefox or chrome/chromium private browsing in Xubuntu 14.04? I normally on Windows or Elementary OS just right click and opt for Private Window or Cognito Mode
right clicking on Xubuntu doesn't show any of those options
Detecting if a browser is using Private Browsing mode
location: linuxexchange.com - date: May 29, 2013
I'm building an extranet for a company paranoid about security. They want to make sure that (among other things) their users are browsing the site with the Private Browsing mode switched on in their web browser so that no cookies or history is kept.
I found only this
http://crypto.stanford.edu/~collinj/research/incognito/ uses the CSS visited technique of the browser fingerprinters mentioned by other posters- thanks for the hints.
browsing web site within private domain
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 4, 2015
I have setup a small private domain using zentyal 4 and NAS4free 9.1 and have managed to get Active Directory, windows shares, ssh and a couple of other things working.
My ultimate goal is to be able to type http://hostname.example.com in a web browser (IE not allowed) and access the web admin of other server and websites within the domain and I can for about 5 minutes before "Server not found". It takes about an hour before I can access the server web admin again.
Through the rambling of a youtube tutorial I heard about FQDN but I am at a loss as to how to test this
I have literally run out of words to google this with.
I know Im not giving much about setup simply because I have no idea what information would be helpful.
Thank you for your support
Configure VirtualBox to run three Server under one private domain
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
I need to setup VMs on VM VirtualBox. The ultimate goal is to create SharePoint 2013 Development environment. I want private network with DNS ... Active Directory Server running on window server 2012, another VM running SQL Server Database and 3rd VM running SharePoint. Networking and Server configuration is new area to me so I am struggling with these topic.
Now I have install window server 2012 with adopter 'Internal Network' without DHCP (Disable) and give static IP address to this window, but then I don't have internet access and it case undefined network.
My first step is to install Active Directory on this within a domain and put SQL database server and SharePoint Server under the main domain.
I need guideline.!! is my steps are correct??
Many Thanks in advanced
Virtualbox 64bit or 32bit guests?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 15, 2010
I've got an ubuntu 64-bit host running virtualbox. I want to setup several linux guests which will only have 1 or 2 GB of RAM. Is there any reason to to install the guests with a 64-bit OS, or can I install 32-bit and not notice any difference?
Thanks in advance!
FreeBSD on ubuntu using Virtualbox
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 15, 2009
Everytime I try to install Freebsd on ubuntu using virtualbox it installs a bit and then just reboots. It says something about "no dump"?
Anyone know what to do?
PCBSD in Virtualbox
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 19, 2007
Not really sure whether to post this here or in Virtualization, but if I got it wrong it can always be moved.
So, I've been trying to setup PC-BSD in Virtualbox, and simply can't get it to boot. The MD5 on the installation image checks out, and the installation itself goes fine. But, when I try to boot from the virtual hard drive, it hangs at the splashscreen.
I've tried various options from the initial boot menu, but only the command prompt option works. All of the others hang, and rebooting from the command prompt hangs as well.
I chose to try out this distro because people say it's the "easy" one. I know that with some BSDs, it's necessary to configure Xorg before it will work correctly, but I was under the impression that wouldn't be necessary here.
Anyway, I'm curious to try this out, so any recommendations about how to get this up and running will be appreciated.
64bit VirtualBox host running a single 32bit guest, good idea?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 19, 2010
I need to host a Windows 2003 (32-bit) guest VirtualBox image.
My machine is a top of the range Intel i7 920.
Ignoring all RAM benefits/limitations, should I install Ubuntu Server AMD64 or x86 for the host OS (along with the AMD64 or x86 versions of VirtualBox)?
Or is it bad to run 32-bit guests in 64-bit hosts?
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