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Nov
19
answered Check if the residence's connection has internet access
Nov
18
comment Which Unix is considered the vanilla Unix and which Unix's are just Unix rather than Unix-like?
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Nov
18
answered How to stop update-grub from scanning all drives?
Nov
17
comment How to access a KVM virtual-machine?
For your first question, you need an X display (e.g. ssh -X to your server) to run virt-manager. For the second question, yes, SSH uses the network and so you need an IP address.
Nov
16
answered How to access a KVM virtual-machine?
Nov
16
comment Uncompress txt.gz files
Add the output of hd file.txt.gz | head - 8 to your question and we will be able to answer.
Nov
15
answered Asus Eee Netbook Distribution
Nov
15
answered How to restore data atomically on a remote server?
Nov
15
answered dig @nameserver doesn't work
Nov
15
comment dig @nameserver doesn't work
But you should get NS records in an AUTHORITY section, not "connection timed out".
Nov
14
comment Remove /var partition and replace it with /var into / (root) partition
@dubiousjim: sounds right to me, I added a step.
Nov
14
revised Remove /var partition and replace it with /var into / (root) partition
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Nov
14
comment Run ssh login command without modifying remote .bashrc
Weird, it should definitely work -- I made a setup like yours here and tested it. What version of bash are you running? What's the output of set -o in your shell after logging in?
Nov
14
comment Run ssh login command without modifying remote .bashrc
If you have set -o vi in your profile files too (or they source .bashrc), you might need: ssh -t user@host bash --norc --noprofile -o emacs -i
Nov
14
answered /opt/nvidia-smi from nvidia-drivers pack outputs “failed to load nvidia kernel module”
Nov
13
comment Run ssh login command without modifying remote .bashrc
Because there's a command in .bashrc that overrides it? Add --norc, or --rcfile yourfile.rc instead.
Nov
13
answered Bash autocomplete: first list files then cycle through them
Nov
13
answered Run ssh login command without modifying remote .bashrc
Nov
11
comment How to stop a infinite running process (ztail) started by a ssh session after that session is closed
"If the ssh session terminates, the kernel kills all child processes as well." Not exactly. The kernel sends a SIGHUP to the process group when the controlling terminal disappears, or the session leader dies creating an orphaned process group. It is likely ztail is either affecting sessions/process groups with setpgid or setsid, or ignoring SIGHUP. See chapter 9 in APUE for all the gory details.
Nov
11
answered NetworkManager tries to connect to previous network after suspend, even if the network isn't there