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Jun
9
reviewed Approve Java code to copy files from one linux machine to another linux machine
Jun
9
answered How to sign already built Debian package?
Jun
6
comment How to set the tab name to an alias hostname of the remote host I'm connected to?
It's probably not quite what you want but it might be worth a look: Try curl http://169.254.169.254/latest/meta-data/public-hostname from inside the VM and see if this value is better suited for a tab name then what hostname gets you. (More about metadata)
Jun
3
comment How to copy a public key to your server
Maybe a piece to the puzzle: You usually have your public key served to your VM via metadata service, and grabbed and put into place by something like cloudinit.
Jun
3
comment Docker: How to get image size?
Not a general answer, but looking at the way the stackbrew ubuntu images are built, you can guess a lower bound to the image size from the used tarballs. (For predictable bandwidth usage, you might just build the images yourself -- you'd then know how much is downloaded, i.e. just the tarball itself.)
May
26
comment What is the recommended way to build an apt mirror with multiple versions of packages?
Another option might be aptly which might help here.
May
20
revised Create a deb package from difference between two images
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May
20
answered Create a deb package from difference between two images
May
11
comment Why we can not see a single hyphen from $0 on a login shell invoked with `--login` option?
Quick hint for #3: Have a look at argv0 (see also this)
Mar
24
comment AiX topas snapshot to web
Note the apache in your PHP script output. The script is not run as root -- which is good, but may affect the way topas works. Try sudo -u apache bash myscript.sh for comparison (if sudo is available to you).
Mar
23
revised How to download a file through an SSH server?
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Mar
11
comment Confused with awk! Getting: 'cannot open “” for output'
If you find yourself awking XML quite often, there's special tools for that, for example XMLgawk.
Mar
11
revised Confused with awk! Getting: 'cannot open “” for output'
remove newline to make "cat file2" obvious
Jan
12
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Nov
1
comment Monitor via SSH and execute local script upon change detection
This sounds very complicated. Which problem are you trying to solve? For a Linux dev environment with a shared folder, many people like to use Vagrant, for example.
Oct
13
awarded  Yearling
Aug
29
awarded  Enlightened
Aug
29
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
4
answered how to replace IP address on remote host using expect
Jun
26
awarded  Nice Answer