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 Plaintext password

 
 by dlab on: Apr 27 2006
 
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Hello, when logging in and browsing a bit, I noticed my plaintext user password is resent to the server with every request. Would it be possible just to store the SID in a cookie and have the user session information (uid, is_logged_in, etc..) stored on the server so I don't have to worry about my password being picked up by someone on the LAN or an evil javascript?


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 problems!!!

 
 by hardthof on: Apr 27 2006
 
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hi
i'm new with linux
(suse linux 10.0)
i've just installed it a week or two weeks ago.
BUT
I've got problems:
1. i'm not able to install programs.
Example: I've just downloaded superkaramba tar.gz i unpacked it and opened the folder... ok
opened console:


mare@linux:~/new/b/superkaramba-0.39> ./configure
checking build system type... i686-pc-linux-gnu
checking host system type... i686-pc-linux-gnu
checking target system type... i686-pc-linux-gnu
checking for a BSD-compatible install... /usr/bin/install -c
checking for -p flag to install... yes
checking whether build environment is sane... yes
checking for gawk... gawk
checking whether make sets $(MAKE)... yes
checking for kde-config... /opt/kde3/bin/kde-config
checking where to install... /opt/kde3 (as returned by kde-config)
checking for style of include used by make... GNU
checking for gcc... no
checking for cc... no
checking for cc... no
checking for cl... no
configure: error: no acceptable C compiler found in $PATH


because i'm still a noob i don't know what i should do, what does the error mean?
and are there different ways to install tar.gz compiled programs?

another problem is:

2. after the installation i wanted to enable transparent but when i restared :
a box with: xorg not found... ok
i can't find it anywhere and download it :-(

and the third thing:

3. a moth ago, i installed suse linux 9.2 on my laptop. i bought it in a magazine.. it was no problem to install the nvidia driver. i think i installed a kernel, by the way, what is a kernel?, and then : init 3, sh /nvidia.sh... nearly like that..
it worked

but now on suse linux 10.0.. kernel not found.. where kan you download and how can you install the kernel?

and i can't install counterstrike 1.6 with wine.. ok i'm a noob. laugh at mee :-(



can you please help me??????
please


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 Re: problems!!!

 
 by Ricardo on: Apr 28 2006
 
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> configure: error: no acceptable C compiler found in $PATH

it means you must use command export to set this variable. write to console export PATH="/usr/bin/gcc" (should work)

> 2. after ...

sorry, i can't help in this case

> 3. a moth ago, ...

kernel is core of the system. in linux distributions (suse, madriva, gentoo) it is Linux (kernel.org). however, kernel can be opensolaris, such as in nexenta (gnusolaris.org), or any other kernel.

you need kernel to have your system working. it is first piece of system to start and last to stop. linux kernel, after it is loaded, start firts process init and gives interface to programs, so they must not use directly cpu and bios interruptions, as MS DOS used to do.

> and i can't install counterstrike

you should search google.com, it will propably help you finding tutorial

> laugh at mee :-(

no, i will not. it would be bad to laug because you just do not know something.
nobody has got wikipedia and google in his/her brain.


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 Re: problems!!!

 
 by Ricardo on: Apr 28 2006
 
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i made a veeeery supid mistake ... path should be /usr/bin


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 Re: problems!!!

 
 by jlue on: Apr 28 2006
 
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Looks like you do not have the necessary development packages installed:

1. > configure: error: no acceptable C compiler found in $PATH
You need a compiler (gcc) to compile the .tar.bz packed sources. See below.

2. what was that? Tried waht?

3. The kernel is essentially your Linux OS. When compiling the nvidia kernel module you need the kernel sources - which you seem to be missing.

Open Yast2 Software installation, select "Selections" from the popup and check "Kernel development" in the list below. This will select the required packages for your purpose.
When you are there, check "KDE development" as well, to be able to compile sources you find here as well.


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 THX

 
 by hardthof on: Apr 28 2006
 
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thank you.

i think it works :)

it's nice that people help each other
:)


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 how to install...

 
 by fullerenedream on: May 1 2006
 
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How do I install a window decoration? Or a theme? I have kubuntu 5.10... does that mean I have some particular version of KDE and can only use some subset of window decorations (I'm looking at where it says "Window Decorations: Native KDE 3.x, Native KDE 3.2+, IceWM, deKorator")? I'm pretty new to linux - I had a knoppix liveCD to play with since January, but only actually got linux installed on my computer a few days ago.


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 Re: how to install..

 
 by Ricardo on: May 5 2006
 
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Having kubuntu - that means one great thing: kubuntu is debian based, so you can try tutorials, packages, hints, etc.., from debian (or designed for it).

BUT kubuntu-distributed version of KDE is NOT differrent from others KDEs.

Window decoration can be installed by downloading it (this should give you .tar.bz2 or .tar.gz), which you have to unpack, then go into result of unpacking and (in a shell) run "./configure" then "./make" and to finish, you got to become root "su" and "./make install".

BUT check if there is avalibility of dowloading (k)ubuntu or debian package, which can be nicely installed by "dpkg -i name_of_downloaded_package.deb".


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 Cant Download !

 
 by xuhaib20 on: May 1 2006
 
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hi I cant download any thing from this site when ever i try to download Error Came "FILE NOT FOUND" plz any one tell what is this problem????


Zohaibzzz
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 Re: Cant Download !

 
 by Ricardo on: May 5 2006
 
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IMHO this must be problem on your side, try checking your browser settings, if you have not something messed up.


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 newbie problem

 
 by Avram on: May 7 2006
 
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Hi, I have downloaded iGreen theme, unpacked it in /home/avram/themes/iGreen then entered dekorator folder, then deKorator-0.2-fix1 and did ./configure make and ./make install and everything was okay (AFAIK). After that I opened Control Center, then Theme manager and iGreen was not there so I clicked "Add...", added theme file and when I have clicked apply theme loaded but was all messed up. Console was not transparent, windows did not had titlebars, and it seems like only half of the theme was loaded. Rebooting didn't helped at all :(

Please help!


www.avramovic.info
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