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comment How to view adobeconnect video offline?
@ChristopherSchmidt - I don't see anything at that link that is relevant. Those are viewers for viewing online content being streamed from an Adobe Connect server. My question is how do I view that OFFLINE (i.e., not connecting to an Adobe Connect server). I already have the files downloaded.
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comment How to view adobeconnect video offline?
According to the links, the Wikipedia article is referring to the Adobe Connect server. I am looking for a client application for viewing.
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revised proper configuration of visudo NOPASSWD for bash backup script
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comment proper configuration of visudo NOPASSWD for bash backup script
I added the stack trace here: unix.stackexchange.com/a/120492/15010 . Let me know if you need more info. Thanks.
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comment proper configuration of visudo NOPASSWD for bash backup script
I am not using apparmor.
Mar
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comment proper configuration of visudo NOPASSWD for bash backup script
Thanks. Yes, I had to do the same alteration of /etc/sudoers. So our results are the same for the test script. But my actual script chokes on sudo -v (as in top.bash) and I cannot find any differences in the code (or file permissions).
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comment proper configuration of visudo NOPASSWD for bash backup script
I ran /tmp/top.bash without sudo and as my regular user; that's how my real script gets called. It worked. It even works if I add in the while true loop. But in my real script it does not work unless I remove sudo -v and the while true loop. However, I see no differences in the code at all. Very strange...
Mar
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comment proper configuration of visudo NOPASSWD for bash backup script
Thanks. This all works for me, except for sudo -v in top.bash (and the while loop in my original script). Maybe I can find a way around using those...
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comment Removable USB stick listed as non-removable in /sys/block?
@F.Hauri I did choose your answer now. I learned from both answers (yours and @mikeserv) , so thanks to both of you!
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