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Mar
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comment Permanent background ssh connection to create reverse tunnel: what is correct way?
@DeveloperChris: wasn't systemd conceived to make things easier? :) ... well if your workaround works for you, I won't argue. Just saying that I got this working perfectly fine and reliably with multiple tunnels from multiple servers using modern OpenSSH and autossh as shipped with Ubuntu 14.04.
Mar
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comment Permanent background ssh connection to create reverse tunnel: what is correct way?
@DeveloperChris: Well, I am running exactly this scenario - and reliably. Unless the remote server literally goes down and you'd need to switch it back on, the tunnel always gets reestablished. Perhaps you should write your own question and provide details. Certainly this can be done. I have used this to work around VPN problems for months.
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comment Why does rsyslogd not honor the following lines in rsyslog.d
@AronRotteveel: nope, just checked. Have not been able to resolve this.
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accepted List ALL Ansible variables for a host or group with an ad hoc command?
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comment Use virt-manager to share files between Linux host and Windows guest?
@pqnet: could you please qualify how and why it's safer?
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Dec
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comment Terminal to manage cluster, where the nodes are accessible from a remote PC?
And you can't install clusterssh on the remote PC, for example? What about using the hop machine (the remote PC) to run something like Tmux or screen and inside of that use clusterssh as you normally would?
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comment Unix shell script, parameters with spaces
@terdon: Try FreeBSD 10.2 sh some time ... I just tripped over this recently.
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