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comment Why can't I kill a timeout called from a Bash script with a keystroke?
@terdon Thanks, I've clarified the examples.
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revised Why can't I kill a timeout called from a Bash script with a keystroke?
clarified question
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comment Why can't I kill a timeout called from a Bash script with a keystroke?
Very sneaky - worked beautifully! I am much smarter now, merci!
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revised scp: localhost password not accepted
clarified problem a bit
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comment scp: localhost password not accepted
Success! Apparently my command was attempting to use [localuser] as the username to log in to [remote.com], but that's not a user on that server.
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