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Method #1 - Using timeouts via SSHD/SFTPD If the connections are over SSH you can set these settings on the SSHD's side in the config file /etc/ssh/sshd_config. ClientAliveInterval 30 ClientAliveCountMax 5 Where these settings have the effect: ClientAliveInterval: Sets a timeout interval in seconds (30) after which if no data has been received from the ...


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I had the same need in the past on CentOS 6, and I joined several resources to create a single solution. You can see the answer I wrote in the post I put in stackoverflow.com. Our developers need to work on CentOS 6 as their desktop, and our VCS is Mercurial. Mercurial and TortoiseHG on CentOS 6.5 I hope this helps.


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If you use KDE, you can adjust trash's size with dolphin file manager: Dolphin > Settings > Configure Dolphin > File management > Trash Set limit to maximum size Apply


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Install File Roller and xarchiver. It works for me.


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Both CentOS and Fedora make use of GNOME for their desktop environments. To open multiple tabs you can use Ctrl+T to add additional tabs.     If you're attempting to have Nautilus open these tabs pre-populated with specific directories this, to my knowledge, is not possible. You'll have to resort to a scripted method such as this one from ...


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First I think the problem is mounting the USB in the /run directory. Try this: create a mounting point on /media. Let's named myUsb sudo mkdir /media/myUsb Try to remount with rw permissions sudo mount -o remount,rw /partition/identifier /mount/point Then in your case the command will be sudo mount -o remount,rw /dev/sdc1 /media/myUsb


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You can install the openVpn Manager and do it from there i believe sudo apt-get install network-manager-openvpn-gnome You should get the openvpn option in the network-manager GUI menu



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