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Let us know, so that we can grab it, and put it into our repo.
Right now, it's a never ending race to keep the packages up to date... We need help to come up with a solution that will work.
I had a letter from my ISP regarding attacks from my IP address on a server on the net, they didn't give much info, other than it was failed login attempts were made from my IP. The outgoing ports were: 50495, 50886, 50742, 51300 and 51453. Helpfully, they included a info sheet on how to get software to remove such a threat on a windows machine, bu oddly, nothing to help a Linux box?!!
Does anyone else have any experience of letters from their ISP using this distro? I say this because the attack happened at 2:55am, and there would be none of the XP / Vista (sorry for swearing) machines on at that time in our house!
Does anyone know if, and or where there may be a log kept of the network activities I could look at, try to track down what was going on!
Name/username Host Dyn Nat ACL Port Status
broadvoice/XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXX N 5060 Unmonitored
202/202 192.168.80.124 N 5060 OK (8 ms)
201/201 192.168.80.2 N 5061 OK (9 ms)
200/200 192.168.80.1 D N 5061 OK (15 ms)
4 sip peers [Monitored: 3 online, 0 offline Unmonitored: 1 online, 0 offline]
LG TV Detection script queue
Usage: TestSerialPort [-p port] [-P N81|E81|O81] [-t transmit string]
[-s Search String] [-m message to log] [-i Timeout] [-b baud] [-h]
strings can include: \xx (xx is a hex char), \r and \n, and to delay x ms, \sxm
\~ means send a break
-M puts it in monitor mode where it just reports the state
of hardware flow control until ctrl+c is pressed
It's not a LG TV
i have just finished the install and updates, but have not run the linuxmce icon yet. Did you change the nvidia script before or after you ran the linuxmce icon?