On December 3, Ubuntu 12.04 LTS received a major kernel upgrade that fixed twelve vulnerabilities discovered in the upstream Linux 3.2 kernel by various developers (eight of them were discovered by Kees Cook).
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Single sign-on is a great technology. Requiring users to login to multiple applications is huge hassle, encourages password reuse and simple passwords. Security needs to focus on usability. If you can make a user’s life better while increasing security, everybody wins. In this how-to we will set up the open-source CAS SSO product with the WiKID Strong Authentication Server for two-factor authentication for sessions and mutual https authentication for host authentication.
How to Set Up The Ampache Streaming Music Server In Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
Ampache is a cataloging and streaming service written for the web which recently moved its development to github. I have written this how-to in support of that project in the hopes that more people will download and support this excellent open source project and it will continue into the future. The aim was to provide a how-to to get your server up and running at home with as many options on and working and secure allowing you to choose to switch OFF services as required later rather than bang your head against the wall trying to switch them ON.
- increased spacing in the home screen;
- the icon overlays have been removed from the thumbnails. Now the ratings turn green if an application is installed;
- removed orange line from tile to make rating clearer;
- added hints to details view.
Install AppGrid in Ubuntu
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:appgrid/stable
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install appgrid
Currently, the application doesn’t work on elementary OS or Linux Mint.
Report any bugs you may find @ Launchpad.