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Apr
18
awarded  Necromancer
Jan
10
asked How to prevent smbtree from asking for a password?
Aug
31
revised SSH: Provide additional “pipe” fds in addition to stdin, stdout, stderr
deleted 2 characters in body
Aug
31
revised SSH: Provide additional “pipe” fds in addition to stdin, stdout, stderr
added 158 characters in body
Aug
31
asked SSH: Provide additional “pipe” fds in addition to stdin, stdout, stderr
Jul
29
comment With pam_script, how do I pass PAM_AUTHTOK and PAM_USER in all cases?
It looks like I gave up on the issue, since I didn't actually need PAM_USER in case of sudo.
Jul
13
comment Mass transfer big files from one Linux box to another Linux box?
Using the option f - on tar is like saying "I don't want you to use stdin; please use a file instead. Here you go: stdin."
Apr
14
comment Disable “Recently used” in GTK file/directory selector
I've managed to figure that out as well; I've updated my answer accordingly.
Apr
14
revised Disable “Recently used” in GTK file/directory selector
deleted 121 characters in body
Apr
14
revised Disable “Recently used” in GTK file/directory selector
added 225 characters in body
Apr
13
awarded  Teacher
Apr
13
answered Disable “Recently used” in GTK file/directory selector
Dec
15
awarded  Editor
Dec
15
comment With pam_script, how do I pass PAM_AUTHTOK and PAM_USER in all cases?
I have clarified the question (I hope).
Dec
15
revised With pam_script, how do I pass PAM_AUTHTOK and PAM_USER in all cases?
added 152 characters in body
Dec
15
comment With pam_script, how do I pass PAM_AUTHTOK and PAM_USER in all cases?
The script is simply echo $PAM_USER $PAM_AUTHTOK.
Dec
15
asked With pam_script, how do I pass PAM_AUTHTOK and PAM_USER in all cases?
Oct
12
awarded  Autobiographer
Jun
19
awarded  Supporter
Mar
6
awarded  Student