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comment What is the reliable way of getting each user's .ssh directory from bash?
It is a default, that can be changed in /etc/ssh/ssh_config and sshd_config; at least on Ubuntu 14.04
Oct
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comment What is the reliable way of getting each user's .ssh directory from bash?
Great answer with all the polishing that includes the awk magic (which I never truly understood)
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accepted What is the reliable way of getting each user's .ssh directory from bash?
Oct
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comment What is the reliable way of getting each user's .ssh directory from bash?
@mgjk No, I know how to do it on puppet. In fact I need this answer to write a bootstrapping script that sets up a puppetmaster on a LXC container :-)
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asked What is the reliable way of getting each user's .ssh directory from bash?
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accepted How can I deny internet access to all processes except the chosen ones?
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comment How can I deny internet access to all processes except the chosen ones?
I have problem with my Ubuntu desktop, which runs entirely on the same logical machine. If you can give me a working way to modify cgroup settings (or other) for it so it uses different network settings than the rest of the computer so the network traffic can be separated, I'll accept it.
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comment How can I deny internet access to all processes except the chosen ones?
Thank you! How can I restore the internet traffic? Will kernel reset the iptables when I restart the network interface with ifconfig eth0 down and ifconfig eth0 up?
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asked How can I deny internet access to all processes except the chosen ones?
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comment How much space would be freed by removing a btrfs subvolume?
I hope you know, that btrfs.wiki.kernel.org/index.php/Btrfs_mailing_list might be a better place to ask questions about the inner workings of the btrfs (or any other kernel component). If you get the answer please post it here as well. I'm curious about the answer myself.
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accepted What privileges are needed to delete a read-only btrfs subvolume?
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comment What privileges are needed to delete a read-only btrfs subvolume?
That is cool. Thank you! Too bad, that the btrfs-tools v3.12 present on Ubuntu 14.04 does not include this command - but that is a different story.
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Aug
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revised Why can't a regular user delete a btrfs subvolume
Lack of these few letters really confused me.
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