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Jan
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comment NTP Problems - sntp: too many bad or lost packets
what's does ntpdate -d 192.168.100.52 say? Have you tested w/o the restriction first?
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Jun
18
revised cant compile install and Configure any linux kernel in debian 7
"debian" was spelled incorrectly in title
Jun
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May
27
comment How can I defragment my SSD on linux?
+1 I totally agree with @Hauke. Also note that this article was published back in 2008. The technology has evolved quite a bit since then. Frankly I never experienced any noticeable speedup after defragging spinning disks. I'm even more suspicious of defragmenting SSDs, the general consensus seems to be not to do it
May
27
comment ssh-agent forwarding for a Vagrant VM
@TheLegend It's a shot in the dark, but have you checked that the ssh-agent is definitely running?
May
23
revised Why do I have to re-set env vars in tmux when I re-attach?
extended explanation
May
20
comment Why do I have to re-set env vars in tmux when I re-attach?
Glad I could help
May
20
comment Why do I have to re-set env vars in tmux when I re-attach?
@ChrisW. This is rather strange. Are you saying that SSH_AUTH_SOCK is being removed from the environment of the new windows? Tmux' man page states that update-environment will remove variables "that do not exist in the source environment [...] as if -r was given to the set-environment command". I think I'm missing a piece of the puzzle, could you perhaps show how you start the ssh-agent? Also, what do show-environment and show-environment -g right after you connect with sshh() ? If you just ssh into the remote machine, what does printenv show?
May
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comment Why do I have to re-set env vars in tmux when I re-attach?
...editing.....
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May
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comment Why do I have to re-set env vars in tmux when I re-attach?
@ChrisW. I assumed that the script should be put in the rc file of your login shell on the remote machine. If you login, a new shell is spawned, SSH_AUTH_SOCK is changed and exported. When you then start tmux, it will inherit SSH_AUTH_SOCK from the parent environment. Since the value of SSH_AUTH_SOCK is now fixed, tmux should keep working on subsequent logins... Maybe I misunderstood the problem
May
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answered Why do I have to re-set env vars in tmux when I re-attach?
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Aug
17
revised loading python when the linux kernel boots
added link to external tutorial about initrd
Aug
17
comment loading python when the linux kernel boots
@Coder404 I only brought up the link to present a possible approach - You'll have to look at the source and Makefiles yourself. The good news is, you don't have to change the Kernel. The bad news is there is no step by step tutorial I know of.
Aug
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answered loading python when the linux kernel boots
Aug
16
comment Backspace Acting like Enter in Bash
@paxdiablo @Kevdog777 No problem. I'm glad you could fix it using stty. I my mind I was already falling down the Termcap/Terminfo rabbit hole... you don't wanna go there.