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Yes you can! But it's another path where the Putty settings are stored. Where exactly the Putty configuration is stored is system dependant, but you can use a PuTTY session name just as if you would use a hostname for ssh to use that with git, at least with the git port for windows. That way you can set the auto-login user or other session features with the ...


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emulate -R ksh -c 'source ~/.bashrc' This tells zsh to emulate ksh while it's loading .bashrc, so it'll by and large apply ksh parsing rules. Zsh doesn't have a bash emulation mode, ksh is as close as it gets. Furthermore when a function defined in .bashrc is executed, ksh emulation mode will be enabled during the evaluation of the function as well. ...


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http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E23824_01/html/E24456/userenv-1.html Looks like we don't really need MANPATH at all, simply adjust PATH and the man commands would do the rest.


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Yes; there is a setting in collectd.conf called Hostname; change that to whatever hostname you want. You'll probably also want to set FQDNLookup to false; otherwise those systems will fail to send data as the FQDN lookup fails. In the collectd.conf you'd want to add: Hostname "some.host.example.com" FQDNLookup false ... all your other settings ... ...


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When you opened pavucontrol, is your Line Out output uplugged? Yes: You have your speakers in wrong connector. No or didn't help: Good luck, I have no idea what is wrong. Explanation: Only plugged in port is used as default, if all are unplugged who knows why it's headphones. PulseAudio tests only one connector (Front speakers / green) but outputs ...


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The global ones are in ~/.kde4/share/config/kglobalshortcutsrc. Different apps/services may have specific ones in their own config files - many in the same dir. Note: the ~/.kde4 path is seen on OpenSUSE, on other distributions the path may exist under ~/.kde instead.


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There are some generic and driver-specific config files in /usr/share/alsa/init/, where you can specify settings like ENV{ppercent}:="75%" and ENV{pvolume}:="-20dB" (pvolume = playback volume, cvolume = capture volume, etc.). /usr/share/alsa/init/default should already contain those settings, so you can use it as an example. You can force ALSA to ...


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based on my research I found the python plugins are capable of sending tagged data ( Write_tsdb plugin for example) but there is not an easy way to tag system plugin data like cpu , memory etc)


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Some common ones for KDE4 are in ~/.kde4/share/config/kwinrc. But some configs are app-controlled. Many apps have their config files in the same dir.


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Insted of .bashrc put the setting line to /etc/profile. This file is loaded on every user login just like .bashrc is for a specific user. The bonus is this works for other shells and sessions as well.


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There is no documentation covering all of the conversions between the name of the cipher, and the name that curl is expecting as an argument. Luckily, curl is open source, and the mapping is available in the source code. For the benefit of future searchers, I reproduce it more neatly here: SSL2 cipher suites <argument> <name> ...


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The problem is that udev was not started. /etc/init.d/udev start Conclusion: in case someone experiences any issue related to udev, firstly make sure it has been started.


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There is no curl format. The format of the ciphers used by curl depends on the backend which can be at least NSS, GnuTLS, SecureTransport, SChannel, OpenSSL. But it looks like you are asking for the OpenSSL syntax. In this case see https://www.openssl.org/docs/apps/ciphers.html#CIPHER-SUITE-NAMES for a translation between the cipher names.


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It's called an ini file or initialisation file. The part in square brackets in called a section: ; comment [section] key=value


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This is fixed in tmux Git HEAD, see https://github.com/tmux/tmux/issues/11


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Postfix is an SMTP server, but port 993 is used for IMAPS. Try using 25, 465 or 587 instead, depending on what mail.mywebsite.com supports.



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