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comment How do I convert a ssh-keygen public key into a format that openssl PEM_read_bio_RSA_PUBKEY() function will consume?
Doesn't work in OpenSSH_6.2p2. Does work in OpenSSH_6.6p1.
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comment What does `{ { (exit 1); exit 1; }; }` mean?
It does have a purpose. See @rici's answer.
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revised Disable automatic screen lock in XFCE in Centos
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comment Disable automatic screen lock in XFCE in Centos
@Gryllida, I let sudo grep -r gnome-screensaver / run for 2 hours and other than some errors about reading some devices like /dev/vsock it produced no output.
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answered Unable to connect to a wifi network with a special SSID
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comment Disable automatic screen lock in XFCE in Centos
It had been set to true. I set it to false. That did not prevent gnome-screensaver from automatically starting.
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16
comment Automatically acquire new IP address in new network
Nope, that didn't work either. I set send dhcp-lease-time 1200; supersede option dhcp-lease-time 1200; but even a day later after the lease has expired the DHCP client did not automatically acquire a new IP address. Possibly because of the way VMware updates the system clock when resuming a paused VM.
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comment Disable automatic screen lock in XFCE in Centos
I have a "Sessions and Startup Settings" menu item that brings up a "Sessions and Startup" window, but there is no "application autostart" and the only option that is checked is "Prompt on logout". The only thing in $HOME/.config/autostart/ is xfce4-tips-autostart.desktop and all it has is [Desktop Entry] Hidden=true
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comment Automatically acquire new IP address in new network
@Gilles Host is OS X running VMware Fusion 5.0
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comment Automatically acquire new IP address in new network
I don't see how dhcp-eval would help, but that did lead me to think perhaps I can use supersede option dhcp-lease-time 1200