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try this maybe install brew brew install openssh --with-brewed-openssl --with-keychain-support


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While I do not condone this practice, I will answer the question on how you would go about sshing into your machine, and what you do with it is your own prerogative. With that being said, a few things you may have missed Use your External IP address, not your LAN/WAN IP. The fact that you are using the Port Checker implies that you have done this part, ...


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First a bit of relationship advice: If you do not trust your girlfriend, that is not the person for you. Instead of trying to spy on her, work on finding a better match. Second tangent to this, depending on your locality, and this is valid for most any placed with a lick of privacy laws, what you are planning to do is a considered a crime, i.e., recording/...


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Macs can only UEFI-boot AFAIK (you don't say what type you have). You need to make a .imgPTN file and add it to the Easy2Boot drive. As a first step - try converting a clonezilla.iso. Read more about UEFI-booting and watch the YTube videos. Also, the maximum E2B will support is 2TB (2TB of your drive will be wasted because it does not support GPT partitions)...


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I have figured out the culprit. Doing cat /proc/acpi/wakeup, and disabling the *enabled devices one by one (using, e.g., sudo echo 'DEVABBRV' > /proc/acpi/wakeup, where DEVABBRV is the device abbreviation listed in the cat output above), it turns out that LID0 is waking up the machine "prematurely". This is perhaps due to some non-standard, proprietary ...


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This worked using bash on Ubuntu. It only matches duplicate directories irrespective of depth in the tree. The portion within the $() builds a list of pipe-separated directory names by counting duplicates in the last column of ls -l. This pipe-separated list is filtered using grep over the list of all directories. Also, not accounting for other files (didn't ...


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I took the time to dig into this. We need to install the wl driver for the 14E4:43A0 chip. Here are the steps : Enable non-free in the /etc/apt/sources.list file apt-get install linux-headers-$(uname -r|sed 's,[^-]*-[^-]*-,,') broadcom-sta-dkms modprobe -r b44 b43 b43legacy ssb brcmsmac to remove drivers that may conflict modprobe wl to enable the ...



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