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Jul
8
comment Locale not being set on initial login on Raspbian/Debian
Please don't use pastebin when you could easily paste the text into the question directly. I fixed it for you. At least you didn't use screenshots as some new users like to do for simple text. ;)
Jul
8
comment Slow Linux machine
The OP doesn't say how long "too long" is, but as others above, I suspect that sshd is trying to inverse resolve the DNS name from the IP address of the ssh client and eventually times out because it fails. If this is what the problem is, none of your diagnostic commands will show anything because the resolver is just waiting for a timer to go off and is using almost no system resources (±0)
Jul
8
answered Locale not being set on initial login on Raspbian/Debian
Jul
8
revised How to set default tabs only for cat?
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Jul
8
comment How to set default tabs only for cat?
@dotancohen I'm not sure what you mean by "wrap /bin/cat". See added above.
Jul
8
revised Port multiplexer sslh: why is it so resource-intensive?
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Jul
8
comment Port multiplexer sslh: why is it so resource-intensive?
The problem with sslh is an outright bug. I find it hard to believe that another program like sshttp would make the same mistake. Unfortunately, I have no interest in benchmarking port multiplexors; good luck.
Jul
8
answered Port multiplexer sslh: why is it so resource-intensive?
Jul
8
comment How to monitor outgoing http requests per user?
If you are really looking for the source IP or MAC address, then this is best logged at the router. Do expect extraordinarily large logs: the front page of amazon.com sends 95 separate documents, whitehouse.gov sends 55, and cnn.com over 150.
Jul
8
revised How to monitor outgoing http requests per user?
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Jul
8
answered How to set default tabs only for cat?
Jul
8
answered Why does hitting “Ctrl minus” in the command line shrink the font size?
Jun
27
comment sudo for users with empty passwords
You want accounts that have no password to be able to run any command as root? Why bother having passwords at all for any account? You can just chmod ug+x /bin/su because that's the net effect of your desire.
May
23
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May
20
comment Which TCP congestion control algorithm is best for low speed radio modems?
That's what I mean about measurement of real networks: 25% packet loss is dreadfully underspecified and would need dispersion, burstiness, and so on to properly characterize. I maintain my guess about standard TCP being hard to beat for your capacity and mean loss rate.
May
20
answered Which TCP congestion control algorithm is best for low speed radio modems?
May
19
awarded  Pundit
May
19
comment Can TCP provide more than 65535 ports?
@Bryan I can't help but think the WhatsApp example you cite is akin to me claiming "I can encode real numbers up to about 1.8 * 10^308 in a 64-bit IEEE754 double". That statement isn't strictly false, but what is unstated is at least as important as that which is.
May
18
comment Difference between “.” and “./” while setting the environment variables using export?
Your use of the terminology is fine. Your error is in not understanding what the almost invisibly named shell built-in command . is for. The references that @devnull listed will enlighten you.
May
18
answered Check bash/shell script dependencies