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comment Why is Firefox so slow over SSH?
The ciphers suggested are the wrong way to go. As Gilles says, the majority of devices these days will have no problem at all with the default AES-CTR: it is very fast, especially if the hardware used has the AES instruction set. RC4 is weak and being phased out across the net, and Blowfish-CBC may not necessarily be faster than AES-CTR anyway.
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Feb
3
comment Copy files without encryption (ssh) in local network
@ManuelSchneid3r: Yes: under a Host section in your ssh_config, use Ciphers arcfour,blowfish-cbc to mirror the above -c switch. However, if your CPUs support the AES-NI instruction set, I'd try switching to aes128-gcm@openssh.com (yes, that's the cipher name, including the @ stuff), which will use the blazingly fast (with AES-NI) AES128-GCM.
Oct
28
awarded  Editor
Oct
28
revised Pipe to multiple files in the shell
Added language hint to fix wrong/ugly syntax highlighting
Oct
28
revised Pipe to multiple files in the shell
Added language hint to fix wrong/ugly syntax highlighting
Oct
28
suggested approved edit on Pipe to multiple files in the shell
Oct
28
suggested approved edit on Pipe to multiple files in the shell
May
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awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
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awarded  Yearling
Jul
30
comment A shell tool to “tablify” input data
I like the man page: "columnate lists". Similar to "tablify".
Jul
25
comment Command-line cURL submit form from other files
You can also do $(< file1.txt) and avoid using cat.
Jul
24
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jul
23
comment Launching application from terminal
As Caleb said below, a convenient shortcut to disown/background a process in zsh is &!. Combined with the >& shortcut to redirect STDOUT and STDERR, I've made a convenient alias: alias -g S='>& /dev/null &!', to be used like so: gedit S. This allows me to completely detach it and ignore any output it may give all in one fell swoop.
Jul
22
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Jul
22
comment Did I delete the whole debian root server?
GNU rm will accept either the uppercase or lowercase r to recurse.
Jun
5
accepted Vim keybinding to delete up to (but not including) the next period
Jun
5
comment Vim keybinding to delete up to (but not including) the next period
Wow, that's excellent. Exactly what I was looking for, actually; it neatly sidesteps the entire problem I was having. I'm going to have to spend some time reading the motions in the Vim docs.
Jun
5
comment Vim keybinding to delete up to (but not including) the next period
Also, I thought the only way to delimit the search for \. from :noh was to use :normal so that I could use <cr>. But with ^M, this isn't necessary. (Without the ^M, it was searching for \.:noh instead.)
Jun
5
comment Vim keybinding to delete up to (but not including) the next period
The first doesn't work for a case like $('div').remove() (to use a contrived example) where I want to remove $('div') to place it in a variable. But your ^M trick does work; I didn't even think of that. The final result is map <leader>. d/\.^M:noh<cr>. Thanks. :)