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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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revised cant compile install and Configure any linux kernel in debian 7
"debian" was spelled incorrectly in title
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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
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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?
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revised Why do I have to re-set env vars in tmux when I re-attach?
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comment Why do I have to re-set env vars in tmux when I re-attach?
Glad I could help
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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?
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comment Why do I have to re-set env vars in tmux when I re-attach?
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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
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answered Why do I have to re-set env vars in tmux when I re-attach?
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