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Sep
29
answered automatically copy file from local server to remote server after login over ssh
Sep
29
revised How to log commands within a “sudo su -”?
Add note and link about ld.so.preload
Sep
29
revised How to log commands within a “sudo su -”?
Add link to auditd answer on serverfault.com
Sep
25
revised Control-p freezes SSH session
add couple more debug steps
Sep
25
comment Control-p freezes SSH session
What kind of equipment are you connecting to (what kind of ARM server?), and with what kind of equipment are you doing the connecting? It's interesting that both the client and the server sessions froze on Ctrl-p. I'm adding a couple more step to debug.
Sep
24
answered Control-p freezes SSH session
Sep
24
comment ld.so.preload doesn't differ x86_32 and x86_64
I learned something today - I never noticed the lib/$ARCH path difference on Debian from Redhat. I've updated the first example to include Debian-style paths.
Sep
24
revised ld.so.preload doesn't differ x86_32 and x86_64
Added Debian multi-lib paths to example, as previously only had Redhat paths
Sep
23
revised ld.so.preload doesn't differ x86_32 and x86_64
Add test results.
Sep
23
answered How do I switch from bash to zsh?
Sep
23
answered ld.so.preload doesn't differ x86_32 and x86_64
Sep
23
comment scripting copy of remote root-owned files when 'PermitRootLogin no'
Learning the whole Ansible tool is a big hammer - but if you can apt or yum install it easily, small crisp command lines are possible, and they don't require remote daemons - just ssh access. Added an example above.
Sep
23
revised scripting copy of remote root-owned files when 'PermitRootLogin no'
Add Ansible one-line example, and a shell ssh/sudo/rsync command line.
Sep
22
answered scripting copy of remote root-owned files when 'PermitRootLogin no'
Sep
22
answered How to change to normal user in the command line when logged in as the root user?
Mar
6
answered How can I check to see if the /tmp directory on my CentOS 5.x system is mounted on tmpfs?
Mar
3
answered Does “syslogd” cause “cat /proc/kmsg” not to work properly?
Feb
28
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Jan
15
answered How to log commands within a “sudo su -”?
Jan
13
answered Adding and removing text from the same place on every line of an emacs buffer