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Apr
8
comment EDID Invalid on USB DisplayLink Device
Weirdly enough, I blacklisted udl and udlfb at least gives me a green screen. Progress! Now I just need to find a way to write my xorg.conf file in a way that doesn't bork everything.
Apr
8
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
7
asked Application updates inside of LXC containers?
Apr
7
comment EDID Invalid on USB DisplayLink Device
Though I'm ready to roll up my sleeves and recompile the kernel, I'd like to avoid it if possible. If not, then fine, but if there's any other way for me to bypass the strange EDID reported by the device, then I'll take it.
Apr
4
asked User permissions inside and outside of LXC containers?
Apr
3
asked EDID Invalid on USB DisplayLink Device
Apr
2
asked Pull a file from a Docker container?
Apr
2
comment Configuring the default timeout for the SSH agent
A shell alias would probably be the right course of action.
Apr
1
comment Updating kernel versions when booting from rEFInd
Oh, wow. Last time I checked, rEFInd didn't support btrfs, closest thing was ext4. Also, I hardly think that my system's EFI boot will be able to read a btrfs boot drive. Can you supply your configuration/setup in an answer? It's not clear exactly what you're doing.
Apr
1
accepted Configuring the default timeout for the SSH agent
Apr
1
revised Configuring the default timeout for the SSH agent
added 180 characters in body
Apr
1
revised Creating a Vagrant box with Docker installed
added 283 characters in body
Apr
1
comment Configuring the default timeout for the SSH agent
Is there a way to configure ssh-add so that the default is something other than forever? If I just run ssh-add without any parameters, I'd like it to time out after an hour.
Apr
1
answered Creating a Vagrant box with Docker installed
Apr
1
asked Creating a Vagrant box with Docker installed
Apr
1
asked Configuring the default timeout for the SSH agent
Apr
1
comment Updating kernel versions when booting from rEFInd
Boot filesystem is btrfs, so yes, there's something special about my filesystem, so I have a separate partition in FAT for booting Windows and Linux.
Mar
31
reviewed Edit suggested edit on Determining if a host is online
Mar
31
revised Determining if a host is online
with regard to the man pages for this command, you should use a capital W
Mar
31
asked Updating kernel versions when booting from rEFInd