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Apr
15
comment Have a window showing on both screens in a dual monitor setup
I know that clfswm can do this (Common Lisp FullScreen WM), but I understand that this is not qualifying as an answer to your question. Thus just for the log… ;) Though, I seriously doubt that this is a usage scenario provided by Gnome. :(
Apr
15
answered What is the historical origin of CTRL + P for up and CTRL + N for down?
Apr
15
comment “export VAR=thing && someCommand” reports “export: `&&': not a valid identifier”
OMG… bash should add some code for warning their users that they are using software old as the hills or is this Debian stable? (SCNR) Seriously, where in God's name did you find a bash version this _old_‽
Apr
10
answered find -exec ls -lR {} \; returns every item twice
Mar
25
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Mar
24
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Mar
22
answered Busy /dev/gpio. I can shared it?
Mar
21
comment How to add a new inittab entry - a script
First off, inittab(5) tells you that the first field (startfoobar in your case) may only be four characters long. Other causes might be missing shebang in your script (try placing #!/bin/sh into the first line) or missing execute permissions (try chmod +x /root/startfoobar.sh).
Mar
21
comment Allowing a restricted user (rbash) and to run virsh
I think this is not rbash related, but an ordinary permission-problem. The user in question has to have read/write permissions on the socket it tries to open.
Mar
18
comment m: command not found
You could do grep -r "\<m -f" . in the source directory. I'll guess, this is a typo and someone intended to write rm instead of m.
Mar
16
comment How to substitute one color code for another in terminal?
Problem I see here is that less actually interprets the content it displays, resp. it actually displays it. bash just executes commands; those commands are usually responsible for their output themselves.
Mar
16
comment TLS on vsftpd in browser does not exist: 530 Non-anonymous sessions must use encryption
NO, as I said, you could install a Browser-AddOn capable of handling FTPS, like addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/fireftp for Firefox (I'm sure, there's something similar for Chrome, Google will find you something).
Mar
16
revised Why offset specific in loop mount?
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Mar
16
comment TLS on vsftpd in browser does not exist: 530 Non-anonymous sessions must use encryption
Again, those are Web-browers. You won't be able to do this unless you add some third-party software. Searching for FTPS in Firefox Add-Ons is not too unfruitful, though.
Mar
16
comment TLS on vsftpd in browser does not exist: 530 Non-anonymous sessions must use encryption
Ah, dang. At least Firefox does not seem to support ftps-scheme. I don't even think it actually supports FTP over SSL (eventually it's a Web-Browser, isn't it? :)
Mar
16
answered Why offset specific in loop mount?
Mar
16
comment TLS on vsftpd in browser does not exist: 530 Non-anonymous sessions must use encryption
Forcing SSL and using ftp:// seems to be the problem here, I guess. Did you try to specify URL scheme ftps:// instead of ftp://?
Mar
16
comment How to substitute one color code for another in terminal?
That won't be trivially possible in a »bashish« way, as bash is the wrong program to ask for it. The shell does not interpret output of other programs. It's the terminal emulators task to do this. If your terminal emulator cannot do this for you, you should consider replacing it by some that actually will. What kind of b0rken emulator is this Terminator-thingy‽ ;)
Mar
15
answered How can I permanently change the ownership of a mounted device under `/media/$USER`?
Jan
21
comment Supervisord at 99% cpu usage
Attaching strace to supervised could give you a rough clue what supervised is doing all along. My first guess would also be that it is constantly respawning the supervised process.