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comment Can't ssh without password to ubuntu machines on a shared filesystem, while it is successful on RHEL machines
Also are you standing in ~/.ssh/ when executing the ssh copy command? Have you tried manually and verified the "authorized_keys" file?
Jan
27
comment Can I install Ubuntu into a RPi2 remotely?
In theory tho, You could store only a boot loader on the SD card and boot a live environment on a CD/DVD. This is not impossible and could enable you to remotely install a Ubuntu onto the "RPi" itself. Or a external drive. Since once loaded it all runs in RAM anyway.
Jan
27
revised How do i create create a bridge for virtual machines
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Jan
27
answered How do i create create a bridge for virtual machines
Jan
27
answered Screen going to sleep and then not coming back on
Jan
18
comment Linux: Building our own firewall box?
Ofc it's possible, what do you think F5 is built on for instance? More often than not a Debian distro heavily modified. Google: iptables
Jan
18
comment Cronjob python script
Could you do a print on absolite_path out of curiosity? Having a hard time believing the error vs the code you're using since it still uses a relative path in its name during error prompt.
Jan
15
comment exists a “two-factor authentication” for sudo, if not how to make one anyway?
It does not utilize kernel modules, it does however require a u2f server (also open source) to be present. If you don't mind Google and Yubikey offer these for free as well. You can get a Yubikey for less than $12 if you just look around. I own two personally so I might be swaying to their side but I have no affiliation with them (I guess all spy's would say this heh). But it's a truly good product, robust as hell (drove over it with my car and washed it on numerous occasions). Even my mother uses one so it's quite easy to use tbh. Well worth experimenting with at least.
Jan
15
comment ntfsclone on network no space left on device
Can you increase the verbosity of ntfsclone and give us the output?
Jan
15
comment exists a “two-factor authentication” for sudo, if not how to make one anyway?
Yes, buy a yubikey and check out u2f, a 2 factor standard developed by big names in the business and it's open. Works well with git, Gmail and SSH
Jan
14
comment LXDE/Openbox shortcuts are slow
Yea, this is most likely not a shortcut issue of any kind. Either it's the chain of commands you run or it's a slow HDD trying to locate heavy libraries scattered all over the place : ) I'm afraid I can't help you any further since this requires more knowledge of your setup or good tools and i tend to do things manually so I wouldn't know where to start here, heh.
Jan
14
comment LXDE/Openbox shortcuts are slow
This might be due to swap, a slow hard drive, cache or other factors. Is it just as slow when you run the same command in a terminal?
Jan
13
comment Trouble setting up systemd service on Centos 7 system
Also please indent your log output with 4 spaces so it becomes a code block. This is horrible to read on a phone.
Jan
13
comment Trouble setting up systemd service on Centos 7 system
Why don't you just give this fictional user a proper username instead of calling her non-root¿
Jan
13
asked pam_pkcs11 - Peer's certificate issuer has been marked as not trusted by the user
Jan
13
comment Speed up backup in case where a partition has lots of free space
serverfault.com/q/439128/150015
Jan
13
comment Speed up backup in case where a partition has lots of free space
This will be equally as slow if the petition spans the entire disk?
Jan
12
comment Embedded Linux- Cross compiling firefox for arm
Sorry yes ofc it's supported but question is how you compile it and with which tool chain. How are you executing the compile
Jan
12
comment Embedded Linux- Cross compiling firefox for arm
Are you compiling on a 64/32 bit machine? If so I have never heard that this is possible without a virtenv
Jan
12
comment Some errors are not logged, after redirecting both stderr and stdout to a file
Sorry for the stupid questions, they are quite trivial but occasionally needed since the info is lacking in the questions.