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comment Debian based system, only one gui program, nothing else
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Aug
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revised Debian based system, only one gui program, nothing else
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Jun
9
comment Why does F10 in gnome-terminal open the right-click menu?
This setting disables the F10 shortcut for the Gnome Terminal menu, but it sounds like you have another shortcut defined somewhere else if you're still getting a right-click menu. I'm not that familiar with Fedora, but you should have a Keyboard Shortcuts or similar applet that may have something relevant.
Jun
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answered Why does F10 in gnome-terminal open the right-click menu?
Apr
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revised How to set separate global/user keyboard settings in LXDE?
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Apr
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answered How to set separate global/user keyboard settings in LXDE?
Jan
28
comment Vim shortcuts in insert mode
That's awesome. I never knew about ctrl-o, despite having used Vim for years.
Jan
28
answered Debian based system, only one gui program, nothing else
Oct
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answered Debian 6 - Disk partitioning too long
Sep
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awarded  Yearling
Jun
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answered Chrooted SFTP with full access to SSH stopped working (Debian)
Jun
4
comment Seamless mode in XEN?
@Caleb - you're absolutely right. I completely forgot about X forwarding.
Jun
4
comment How to restrict an SSH user to only allow SSH-tunneling?
Sorry, I wasn't clear - I meant in combination with the server setting. It's been my experience in the past that if you set the shell to something that's not a shell, you can't connect at all because it tries to open a shell but can't. So the security is enforced on the server side (using Caleb's method) but if you have issues connecting after that, you may need to set the client-side switch.
Jun
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revised Seamless mode in XEN?
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Jun
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comment How to restrict an SSH user to only allow SSH-tunneling?
To add to Caleb's answer, you may also need to tell the client to not to execute a shell. With the openssh command line, this is done with the -N flag. There is a similar option in PuTTY, but I don't recall the exact name.
Jun
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answered Seamless mode in XEN?
May
20
answered Enforce site-wide SSL on Debian LAMP
Oct
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answered vnc connection working with PuTTY but not with command line
Oct
21
comment rpd over https using a linux client
Without a server to test against, or more information about the protocols in use, I'm afraid I don't have any other suggestions.