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Chrome OSview story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – I realise that some people have touched on Chrome OS in other threads, but I thought I'd start a dedicated thread. Oh, and before we get into semantics or "that's commercial" arguments, Chrome OS runs on a Linux kernel and is completely free (note 1). (HowTos)

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my login webpage is not trusted (ISP)view story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Hi all I got this message during my login to my ISP webpage broadband , this first time i got this Quote: You have asked Firefox to connect securely to ******, but we can't confirm that your connection is secure. Normally, when you try to connect securely, sites will present trusted identification to prove that you are (HowTos)

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Installing unsigned packages in F12?view story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – I just installed F12 the other day and I've run into my first problem (this is not a knock, in fact this is probably the best release of Fedora 12 ever for me). Installing Skype from their website. I realise that I'm attempting to install an 1586 binary in x86-64 so it's risky, but that's not the point (yet anyway). I can't even get it to install. (HowTos)

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which plugins (add-ons) Anti-Malware Software you recommend from sourceForge.netview story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Hi all i just came across sourceForge.net site in anit-malaware software category and want to install some plugins but i am confuse which one i choose , do you recommend any security plugins enhancement ? http://sourceforge.net/softwaremap/t...p?form_cat=745 (HowTos)

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GLSA 200911-06 (High): PEAR-Net_Tracerouteview story

http://security.gentoo.org – PEAR Net_Traceroute: Command injection (Security)

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GLSA 200911-05 (Normal): wiresharkview story

http://security.gentoo.org – Wireshark: Multiple vulnerabilities (Security)

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GLSA 200911-04 (Normal): dstatview story

http://security.gentoo.org – dstat: Untrusted search path (Security)

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GLSA 200911-03 (High): c-client (and 1view story

http://security.gentoo.org – UW IMAP toolkit: Multiple vulnerabilities (Security)

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Linux Training – Installing Linux on a Windows Systemview story

http://linux.bihlman.com – Linux Training – Installing Linux on a Windows System By Clyde E. Boom The best way to get Linux training and Linux administration experience is to start by getting, installing and running Linux on a system. This allows you to actually work with Linux to run programs and learn Linux commands. (General)

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USN-861-1: libvorbis vulnerabilitiesview story

http://www.ubuntu.com – Referenced CVEs:  CVE-2008-2009, CVE-2009-3379 Description:  =========================================================== Ubuntu Security Notice USN-861-1 November 24, 2009 libvorbis vulnerabilities CVE-2008-2009, CVE-2009-3379 ============================================== (Distributions)