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Debian Versions No Longer Vulnerable For Dirty Cow

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Debian versions no longer vulnerable for Dirty Cow.

Dirty Cow (CVE-2016-5195) is a 11 year old bug first discovered by Linus Torvalds, but not remedied recently in most Linux versions, including Debian.

The problem has existed since 2007, after Linus fixed the problem, and was landed by another in later version.

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Extract MP4 Or MKV Subtitles

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Extract MP4 or MKV subtitles from videos, using the excellent MKVToolNix.

A set of tools for creating, modifying and inspecting Matroska files under Linux, other Unices and Windows.

To extract subtitles from Matroska (MKV) files, you need the mkvtoolnix package.

The program is LUI-based, which means you run commoands in a terminal window, but there is also a GUI for it available.

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Can't save content to Drupal 7 Database - NameCheap Hosting

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The following information is of very high value to webmasters, when you run into the problem where you can't save content to Drupal 7 Database using NameCheap Hosting.

I have run into this problem, over and over, trying to save articles to the database, different solutions and the only thing that actually works, is to contact NameCheaps support and tell them you can't save data to your database, because of the Apache module "Mod_Security".

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Can I Run XORG Server As A Regular User?

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Yes, since Debian 9 "Stretch" version of Xorg, it is possible to run the the server as a regular user without being root. This also reduces the risk of privilege escalation via bugs in the X server.

To run XORG Server as a regular user instead of Root.

You will need to fulfill some requirements for it to work:

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Can Linux read exfat?

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Yes, exFat was introduced back in the days of Windows CE.

To answer the question "Can Linux read exfat?", exFat is a proprietary and patented file format from Microsoft specifically optimized for flash drives.

It is used to get over the limitations of Microsoft's FAT32 and NTFS file formats when used on USB drives and SD cards.

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Games For Linux

Windows has always been the preferred platform for gaming, but after STEAM's interest in Linux more game developers are making their games natively available for Linux.

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