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Dec
22
revised is setting a 0 permission on a directory an effective way to protect its contents?
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Dec
22
asked is setting a 0 permission on a directory an effective way to protect its contents?
Dec
17
accepted wrapper command for sshd_config?
Dec
17
asked wrapper command for sshd_config?
Dec
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awarded  Teacher
Dec
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answered Alternatives to TrueCrypt in compliance with Fedora 15 guidelines
Nov
30
comment how to find out the ip of an ssh HostName
Haha, I just noticed that too. ssh's HostName is an arbitrary alias, not a domain name.
Nov
29
comment how to find out the ip of an ssh HostName
Short to-the-point answers are great. Otherwise it's easy to go off-topic. Anyone doing tunneling should take a look at sshuttle.
Nov
29
accepted how to find out the ip of an ssh HostName
Nov
29
comment how to find out the ip of an ssh HostName
You should add this as an answer. I think when I tried it first, I didn't provide the key or something, so it didn't recognize the host.
Nov
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asked how to find out the ip of an ssh HostName
Apr
17
comment different shell for root and non-root user
OMG thanks. I used useradd, so that's why it was configured to sh. If you use adduser, it will be bash on Ubuntu.
Apr
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awarded  Supporter
Apr
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accepted different shell for root and non-root user
Apr
17
comment ssh behavior for root and non-root user
I am asking this here.
Apr
17
asked different shell for root and non-root user
Apr
16
comment ssh behavior for root and non-root user
Thanks, that makes sense. However, my ssh session is still broken. When I am logged in as user, it doesn't evaluate \u@\h \w as variables. I also can't use the up or down arrows, instead I see ^[[A.
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Apr
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accepted ssh behavior for root and non-root user
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awarded  Student