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I am a student at Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal, India. Its a renowned International university town. Am a student at Computer Science Stream presently in 4th year at time of writing this entry.
Posted 06-15-2008 at 07:07 PM byalan_ri (Thoughts and other things about Linux, GNU, FOSS etc.)
Updated 09-12-2009 at 08:54 PM byalan_ri(grammar)
I just wanted to write something about what I think is important for Ubuntu and Debian and all users who use these two distributions. It's about something what I have found on the internet and what should be mentioned here IMO.
As many of you know, Ubuntu developers and contributors are reporting bugs and contributing patches to Debian, so I wanted to post a link about the details on how to tag the bugs you file. Note that "submittodebian" script in the ubuntu-dev-tools package...
If you are having problems with Smoothwall Express 3.0 getting it to forward to an internal address, as I did, you may want to double-check your target machine. My target Linux box was picking up the wireless router and routing through it instead of through the firewall, so it APPEARED not to work. As soon as I turned off the wireless on the target PC it started working through the firewall.
By the way, I picked Smoothwall because it will let me block external addresses. I had...