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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 ...
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.
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
Install File Roller and xarchiver. It works for me.
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 ...
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
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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