Canonical has published details in a security notice about a GnuPG vulnerability in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, Ubuntu 13.10, Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, and Ubuntu 10.04 LTS operating systems that has been fixed.
The VAR Guy: Canonical has worked hard to integrate Ubuntu Linux with IBM's POWER8 servers to strengthen its OpenStack cloud and Big Data position.
I started with Zorin OS because it looked nice. That was a horrible experience, so I switched to Mint and stayed for 2 days before going back to windows. After a while, I dual booted Ubuntu and kept it for a month.
Then, in april, I discovered Arch and switched to it, deleted my windows partrition.submitted by dinbored
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I installed it to learn Linux and was wanting to set up something server like for me to play around with.
SSH is something that has really interested me and I'd like to definitely get that set up and working.
I've at least gotten the basics down, but now I'm not sure what to do? I thought about setting up a file server, but I'm not sure how much better that would be over Drive.
Any ideas on something I could actually do on this Debian machine?
Thanks! :)submitted by THEMCV
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