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How to enable someone to SSH to my server from Windows? [closed]

I want someone from windows to log in into my server using SSH, so he can edit files and install things. Is there a step to step how to do it? I need to: Create his user account. Configure it, ...
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1answer
78 views

configure gsm connection using nmcli

I have a system without X display and I want to use nmcli to configure my cell modem to connect to a certain apn. I can get it going with this modem just fine on Ubuntu (with X) and I would like to ...
2
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1answer
81 views

How to connect to virtual /dev/ttyX from same machines pts terminal?

I want to get output/input from /dev/ttyX console (normally accessible directly using keys ctrl+alt+FNr, where Nr is number of /dev/ttyNr: ctrl+alt+f4 access /dev/tty4). I want to view and control ...
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Configure bash to execute command with last argument when no argument was provided

I would like to configure bash so that when I execute command (preferably from a list of commands, not any command) without an argument, it takes the argument of previous command. So, for example I ...
1
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2answers
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How to change a firefox option on a quick way (via shortcuts, command line,..)?

In Firefox we have two options at Firefox->Preferences->Preferences->Fonts and colors->Colors menu, Use system colors and Sites can use other colors. I would like keep the first one ...
3
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gvim -p limit of opened tabs?

When I run : gvim -p *.xyz I find that not all files are opened in tabs. It feels, like a kind of tab limit? But ! When I try to open unopened with : :tabnew it is opened next to previous ...
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amixer - How to change recording channel?

So fat, I am setting up microphone settings : $ amixer set 'Rear Mic' 90% mute cap $ amixer set 'Rear Mic Boost' 80% But, after some sys. update, my default recoding chanell changed to 'Front Mic' ...
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command line tool to set time zone

In Centos 5.x there is the text mode interface of system-config-date to set the time zone. Although that utility still exists in Centos 6 the text mode is gone. Is there anything similar in Centos 6?
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Testing precedence of resolving addresses from commandline

There was such tool but I cannot remember its name. I needed to configure precedence of addresses by /etc/gai.conf. I finally managed to find an error, but for future, what's the name of tool which ...