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How does SSH display the message “The authenticity of host .. can't be established”?

I wanted to trace down the system call used by ssh to output this warning message: > ssh root@abcde The authenticity of host .. can't be established. If the message were sent to stderr or ...
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How to append multiple lines to a file with bash

I am writing a bash script to look for a file if it doesn't exist then create it and append this to it: Host localhost ForwardAgent yes So "line then new line 'tab' then text" I think its a ...
2
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1answer
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Separate STDOUT noise from ncurses

I am trying to run an ncurses GUI application on an ARM board. I am running it using the serial console ttyAMA0 port. But when I run the ncurses program, the other processes running in the background ...
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Getting stdin from a named pipe

What I am trying to do is run python in a terminal window and redirect it's stdin from a named pipe. Then I write to the named pipe in another terminal and have that command execute on python. ...
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1answer
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Redirecting syslogd Error Messages to an Error Log or to a Null File?

I have an old PowerPC laptop (old Mac Powerbook G4) that I am running a variant of Debian Squeeze on (MintPPC 9). I keep getting Kernel error messages when I am connected to a particular wireless ...
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How to redirect whatever I enter in terminal to file

I am a novice just learning Fedora 13. I just wanted to know if its possible to redirect whatever I type in the terminal to a file, so that I would be able to see from the file, that a particular ...
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4answers
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How can I run a process in a terminal window and then hide that window?

I want to run python ~/program/proxy.py in a terminal when I boot up. And then hide this terminal window (because it is just a proxy program, and I don't want to see the debug info). So how can I get ...
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What happens to the output of a process that has been disowned and lost its terminal?

If I close the virtual terminal, where some process was started, does the output just go straight to /dev/null, or can it pollute memory somehow? Can I anyhow grab the output to continue reading it at ...
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view stdout for another pts

Here is the situation. I left my pc at home doing an rsync from a 2TB hard drive to another 2TB hard drive (it's going to take a while since they are both USB 2.0). I am now at work and I have ssh-ed ...