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Jul
13
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
14
answered AppArmor: Are multiple profiles per application (Firefox, Thunderbird) possible? Syntax?
May
15
comment Find files that a user can write, efficiently with minimal process creation
Please show us what you actually do!
Apr
8
revised Tail -f the most recent log file
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Apr
8
revised Tail -f the most recent log file
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Mar
22
comment /proc/net/tcp: permission denied
Is target yours or are you connecting a third party server?? (In the second case, migrating from serverfault was probably not a good idea!)
Mar
22
answered /proc/net/tcp: permission denied
Mar
22
comment Is using a read only root file system a good idea for embedded setup?
Answer edited! New solution and explained diffs!
Mar
22
revised Is using a read only root file system a good idea for embedded setup?
Adding fsprotect debian package as overall solution
Feb
14
comment How do I find the X window ID under the mouse pointer in bash?
sed /x[0-9]\\++/q\;d <(xwininfo -tree -id $(XQueryPointer))
Dec
3
comment Recent change causes Shift+Space to do nothing
Yes, some programs do a keyboard re-mapping when focus switch in or out of them... This happen with remote control apps, like vncviewer or virtual machines like KVM... Some games could make same effects. My solution was to store my keyboard function into a dedicated shell script, which I run simply each times something goes wrong.
Nov
26
comment Recent change causes Shift+Space to do nothing
@NaftuliTzviKay Did you try the last command: xmodmap -e 'keycode 65 = space space space space' (or maybe with only one space)?
Nov
24
answered Recent change causes Shift+Space to do nothing
Nov
22
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Oct
16
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Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Jul
30
comment Can I find out which ssh key was used to access an account?
@godlygeek I really thank you: your comment was upvoted and my answer edited. This was a real bug I never seen because I don't make a lot of connections and have not a lot of users connecting through ssh... I use this in prod for storing separate bash history for each sessions (have a look on comments on my answer;).
Jul
29
revised Can I find out which ssh key was used to access an account?
Bug correction about first instead last fingerprint in logfile
Jul
29
comment Can I find out which ssh key was used to access an account?
@godlygeek Oh yes! I have better to whipe q directive, store line until end of file... sed line become: sed -ne "/sshd.$PPID.:.*matching DSA key/{s/^.* //g;h};\${x;p}" /var/log/auth.log . Definitively: I Love sed!
Jul
20
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