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I have also used the Android client (from Play store) but I am less trusting of my searches on Android vs. on Linux because I have much less control over the OS on my phone and parts of it are proprietary. Still for my purposes, I think PIA + private browsing is generally sufficient. What the Andro...
- Fri Jul 19, 2019 4:43 pm
- Forum: Chat about Linux
- Topic: A per-application firewall for Linux
- Replies: 13
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As you mentioned plans to test out opensocket, just curious if you ever got around to testing /if you might be willing to share what your experiences with it were? In particular, I was wondering about: a) how is its stability? e.g. does it crash much? if so, is it just ui crash or are apps able to b...
I have been using PIA for several years and am quite happy with the service. There were some things I didn't care for in their older client software packages (which was discontinued in favor of a rewritten client sometime in 2018 I think) but the new client is pretty solid. For laptop/desktop, I rec...
- Fri Mar 15, 2019 8:03 pm
- Forum: Software & Applications
- Topic: Restricting (network, filesystem, etc) access by process path?
- Replies: 0
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Hi all, I am hoping those with more knowledge might help by providing some feedback / pointing out any alternative options I might be unaware of, so let me define my problem and what I am looking for. Goal: I would like to have the ability to define whitelists by absolute process path (e.g. /usr/bin...
In case this helps anyone else stumbling in from google... If you also want a custom icon to go along with your custom action, then the nemo source code appears to just be passing the icon name to a GTK api function and letting it do the work of resolving the name to a file (apologies in advance if ...