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comment Locked out of Ubuntu machine
"Connection refused" most likely means there isn't anything listening on that port. The SSH server might not have been started, might be misconfigured, or might be listening on a different port. I'm confused though; are you saying the issue occured when you installed OpenSSH?
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comment Server Not accepting TCP/IP Connections
Your programs might be configured to only listen for local connections, have you checked for this? Possibly related question: Cannot connect to postgres from remote host
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revised Will I be prompted for the sudo password a second time?
fixed what I believe is a syntax error and added note about visudo
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comment adding SSL certificate for Github only (not all certificates from ca-certificates package)
What are you using to access github? some command-line tool? a browser?
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comment Will I be prompted for the sudo password a second time?
If you're interested in viewing the output or any errors in the script, this question might be helpful too: How can I make a script that opens terminal windows and executes commands in them?
May
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answered Will I be prompted for the sudo password a second time?
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comment What is “system time” when using “time” in command line
This is answered in detail at What do 'real', 'user' and 'sys' mean in the output of time(1)?
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revised Problem in using user defined variable in a script
added explanation
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comment Find and remove many files by specific content
consider if you really need to search dir.*/*, maybe just . would be appropriate? find will (by default) act recursively
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comment Is it *really* possible to directly steal a private key if it uses no passphrase?
+1 was about to post a similar answer
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answered Remove all packages in a text file via apt-get