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> From: askfedora(a)fedoraproject.org
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> Subject: Q&A forum feedback
> Date: Sun, 09 Sep 2012 22:53:03 -0000
> Hello, this is a Ask Fedora forum feedback message.
> james (, ip:192.168.1.78) wrote:
> for someone who had no idea about this program. why in the hell has it been attach to something to lock down my puter so everytime you you load the desk top it takes over my screen an all i can see is your stuff. yes i have to been on the net to see it or i just have a plain screen white with problem crap. so how do i get it off i can get mail on my phone
Would any of the folks here that were on the development/infra side of
askfedora know what he's talking about?
Please only print if necessary.
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Nullcon - the Information Secutiry conference which brings eminent hackers, researchers and information security professionals together under one roof, is happening in Gurgaon, near New Delhi, at the end of this month between Sep 26 - 29, 2012.
Mr Joerg Simon, or Kital of Fedora Secuirty Lab, is going to talk about FSL and Open Source Security Testing Methodology Manual(OSSTMM) at the conference.
I plan to join Kital there for the conference and to discus about FSL. If you happen to be in the vicinty of Gurgaon/New Delhi or are planning to visit New Delhi end of this month, please drop by the conference and we could have a small Fedora meeting at nullcon Delhi. :)
Though the conference is paid, the exibition and the job fair is *free* for everybody to attend.
...see you there! :)
We have a potential opportunity to run a FAD in Bangalore. If any of
our Fedora contributors are interested to present a talk/run a workshop
in RVCE college, drop me a mail and I will put you in touch with the
professor in that college/ Red Hat Bangalore developers.
This Email hit the FAmSCo List today, anyone interested supporting that
event from the Ambassadorial Side please contact Mohammed Safwan who is
in cc here.
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Subject: Re: Workshop/Session in SJCE, Mysore
On Tue, Sep 4, 2012 at 7:11 PM, Joerg Simon <jsimon(a)fedoraproject.org>wrote:
> FAmSCo List Owner here - this List is restricted to FAmSCo Members -
> should i forward your request to the india fedora list for you?
> cu Joerg Simon
> On 04.09.2012 15:12, safwan ak wrote:
> > Respected Sir/Madam,
> > I am an Engineering Student doing my final year in the Dept. of
> > Instrumentation Technology at Sri Jayachamarajendra College of
> > Mysore, Karnataka, India.
> > I am also a part of a Student Branch called IEEE SJCE supported by IEEE
> > Bangalore Section.
> > As a Vice Chairman of this Student Group we would like to have a workshop
> > or a session on Fedora Opensource Operating System.
> > We as a group work toward the benefit of the Students of our college to
> > provide them an opportunity to learn and develop technical skills which
> > the ultimate goal of a Engineering Student.
> > IEEE SJCE would be organizing its odd semester fest called TUXEDO'12 an
> > open source fest, conducting various events and workshop during the
> > of 3 days Technical Fest.
> > The Fest would be conducted during the month of November, we would like
> > have a workshop as this be conducted for our college students and make
> > benefited.
> > I kindly request you to accept this workshop proposal for our Open Source
> > fest and make it a great success. If needed any further details to be
> > provided i shall be most obliged to do so.
> > Thanking You,
> > Mohammed Safwan,
> > Vice Chairman of IEEE SJCE Student Branch,
> > Mysore, Karnataka, India
> > +91-9972397856
> Joerg (kital) Simon
> Key Fingerprint:
> 3691 0989 2DCA 58A2 8D1F 2CAC C823 558E 5B5B 5688
I'm kinda in a trouble right now. I'm using internet behind my university's
firewall & there is a client management software (Cyberroam's Corporate
Client )is installed on our Internet system through which we access
internet. They have blocked many sites like packages.medibuntu.com & other
many sites like social networking sites. Actually i can access all these
sites using proxifier on windows using a local proxy & open port. But on
Linux i have no luck , i have tried all the methods like firefox proxy
setting, fedora's network proxy setting & even proxy chains. But still no
progress. Only tor is a successful way to access all these sites but it
gives poor perfomance with our network config. in comparision with
proxifier on windows. By using local proxy i can bypass speed limits also.
By the way this proxy is https proxy on proxifier but i can't find https
setting in proxy chain. Now i want to use this local proxy on Linux. Is
there any possible way to use it ?