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comment Problem with LD_LIBRARY_PATH, program can't find a libraray.
Recompiling jogl.1.0.0 is not so trivial on armhf as it would seem.. New jogl doesn't generate the files that I need unfortunately.
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comment Problem with LD_LIBRARY_PATH, program can't find a libraray.
Thanks, I'll try to recompile these libraries and we'll see if it works..
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comment How can I run ssh-add automatically, without password prompt?
Thanks I will try that. I know that it's not secure, but I don't see any other way. I need to communicate with my computers on static network through ssh and I don't want to type in password every time I reboot my network.
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comment How can I run ssh-add automatically, without password prompt?
So there is no other way to do it than to leave my passphrase empty? Hmm that is sad. Anyway thanks a lot for your answer, it's the most comprehensive answer I've ever received!
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comment How can I run ssh-add automatically, without password prompt?
Okay, but when I put your code to ~/.bash_profile I have to type in password every time I login, I don't want that either. I am not concerned about security at all. echo "pass\n" | ssh-add doesn't work
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comment Can't connect to to internet. Debian Wheezy, pinging DNS address works
Problem solved, thanks for help. I had to add my gateway IP address as nameserver or DNS and now it works.
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revised Can't connect to to internet. Debian Wheezy, pinging DNS address works
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comment Can't connect to to internet. Debian Wheezy, pinging DNS address works
The resolvconf is installed. However the file /etc/resolv.conf says that I shouldn't edit it, but it's set correctly. I added cat /etc/resolv.conf in my question.