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Feb
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comment Cinnamon + Gnome = Ignored settings?
I specifically made that an empty file with no write permission so the system wouldn't keep suggesting "recently used" files to me. I just didn't think it would break any system settings, but if that's not true in cinnamon, I'll change it back.
Feb
21
comment Cinnamon + Gnome = Ignored settings?
It looks like a lot of the things that gnome-session-properties didn't seem to be running are trying to run and failing, but for different reasons. The only settings-related thing I see is: "(cinnamon-settings.py:8186): Gtk-WARNING **: Attempting to set the permissions of `/home/me/.local/share/recently-used.xbel', but failed: Operation not permitted" because I disabled that. Is it now a necessary component for getting functioning settings?
Feb
21
comment Cinnamon + Gnome = Ignored settings?
It seems as though nothing in gnome-session-properties even runs. Changes persist, but they don't actually do anything. The cinnamon-settings app does work for most things (panels, menu, etc), but not keyboard shortcuts for some reason, though those also persist.
Feb
20
asked Cinnamon + Gnome = Ignored settings?
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Jun
15
accepted Two-step remote ssh without password
Jun
15
comment Two-step remote ssh without password
I meant if I wanted my laptop, work computer, and tablet to all log into a central server, and from there have passwordless access to another computer, I'd have to pass around all three public keys, which I was hoping to avoid, but should work. Thanks
Jun
14
comment Two-step remote ssh without password
So in the event I want to make this extensible and have five or six computers log in to the server (with one username), and then have passwordless access to the remote computer, I'd have to add all of their public keys to both server and remote computer?
Jun
14
comment Two-step remote ssh without password
Though the private key unlocks automatically for terminals on the remote server, it doesn't seem to transfer that to my remote login. Is it even possible to do that?
Jun
14
comment Two-step remote ssh without password
Though very cool to know, it's still giving me a Permission Denied error. I've also tried adding the flags -t and -ax to no avail, and copying the id_dsa files to my localhost didn't help either.
Jun
14
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Jun
14
asked Two-step remote ssh without password