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May
15
comment How do I find out what my ssh-key's finger print is?
Thanks, just what I was looking for. I've removed the mention of server from the question, so you can simplify the answer. :)
Jan
26
comment Is there a way to monitor progress of a btrfs rebalance?
Thanks, turns out that in my case btrfs doesn't appear to consider the current operation a balance, as that returns nothing, but I see there's also a "replace status", which I could probably have used, had I used the replace command. Good answer regardless.
Jan
15
comment How do I decrypt a message using openssl's CLI?
I tried your added base64 command, and unfortunately I get the same error. file says data about the decoded file. I assume that your answer is correct and that something is wrong on my end. Possibly I've corrupted the input or similar. I'll try to work that out and get back.
Jan
15
comment How do I decrypt a message using openssl's CLI?
If I've understood my instructions correctly, my file is base64 encoded (It looks like base64 as well, though that's no guarantee of course). But I've tried passing it through base64 -d [input] > [output] and then openssl [cipher] -d < [output] as well as deciphering the file as is, and I get the same "bad magic number" in both cases.
Jan
15
comment How do I decrypt a message using openssl's CLI?
Trying that, after entering the passphrase, I get "bad magic number". Not sure how to interpret that.
Jan
15
comment How does xrandr identify/choose which resolutions to offer?
@maurelio79 Done
Dec
12
comment How to forward one port to another (on the same machine)?
That sounds right. If my question is unclear on that point, please suggest an improvement. :) I'll give this a try and report back.
Nov
18
comment Is mainline Linux kernel capable of GPGPU programming?
While that's not at all how I read the title, based on the "reworded question", I believe they want to know if the kernel itself is capable of using GPUGP. That is, "Given a large list, can we farm out the sorting of it to the GPU?". In which case I believe the answer is definitely no.
Jun
13
comment Applying changes to xorg.conf without restarting
Ctrl + Alt + Backspace isn't disabled "by Ubuntu", but was disabled by default in X, I believe back with the 1.5 release. One needs to explicitly enable it, so it's probably rare these days. If you want it to work, search man xorg.conf for the "DontZap" option.
Jun
13
comment Can I make “There are stopped jobs” harder to kill?
I updated the question to reflect this, but after reading the linked to answer, I'm wondering if use of "terminal" should have stayed in some places. Obviously you could update the text yourself to make it better. :)
Jun
13
comment Can I make “There are stopped jobs” harder to kill?
Actually, maybe the error didn't matter.
Jun
13
comment Can I make “There are stopped jobs” harder to kill?
Great idea, I'll try to incorporate that into my terminal :) You had a tiny error in the script that made it fail, I've submitted an edit request.
Jun
13
comment Can I make “There are stopped jobs” harder to kill?
It's an interesting workaround that I haven't though about, +1. It will often be a valid workaround, but obviously it's unfortunately vim specific.