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bio website bharath.lohray.com
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Mar
4
comment Install pdflatex via SSH on Amazon EC2 instance
Did you build this system? Do you start a new pdflatex process each time you make changes?
Feb
6
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
3
accepted How do I route traffic through specific interface for a specific process
Dec
7
awarded  Yearling
Dec
4
awarded  Critic
Dec
4
comment How do I prevent the screen from blanking?
Does not happen with a different OS!
Nov
26
comment How do I prevent the screen from blanking?
Before I put that in rc.local, I ran that command at the terminal after a power cycle (using sudo). and now my screen is off. It did not work.
Nov
26
asked How do I prevent the screen from blanking?
Nov
16
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
15
comment How to connect to internet using `nmcli`?
wicd did not work either. It caused more troubles than it solved.
Nov
15
revised Unblanking a Linux Terminal Display
added 252 characters in body
Oct
29
revised PGP words of an RSA fingerprint
Added link to github repo
Oct
29
accepted PGP words of an RSA fingerprint
Oct
9
revised Unblanking a Linux Terminal Display
added 147 characters in body
Oct
9
accepted Unblanking a Linux Terminal Display
Oct
8
answered Unblanking a Linux Terminal Display
Oct
7
comment Unblanking a Linux Terminal Display
Yes. I saw the disk blink and uptime is a small and reasonable number.
Oct
7
comment Unblanking a Linux Terminal Display
Just rebooted with the links that @MichaelDurrant pointed. I am back to square one. Blank display that will not unblank!
Oct
7
comment Unblanking a Linux Terminal Display
That did not work either. Even sudo reboot did not bring the display up. I always have to hard power it off and power it on. It was fine when I was using Mint 14.
Oct
7
comment Unblanking a Linux Terminal Display
That cannot be done from ssh. setterm: cannot force unblank: Inappropriate ioctl for device I tried setterm -blank poke -term tty1 and -term /dev/tty1 neither worked.