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Dec
15
comment ksh your own shortcuts, aliases, settings each login?
@ybaylav: I've posted a new answer to your post since this was getting long and we started diagnosing things. Take a look and see that works.
Dec
15
answered ksh your own shortcuts, aliases, settings each login?
Dec
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comment ksh your own shortcuts, aliases, settings each login?
@ybaylav: Cool. Provided you are not the owner of the file, that confirms that you don't have the permissions to modify $HOME/.profile. Now we gotta figure out if you have the ability to write anywhere. Do you have access to /tmp? Can you write there? If so then you could put all your customizations into a file and then scp them to /tmp before logging in to your server. Then when you ssh into the server you can source those customizations into your shell. Hopefully that'd be shorter than typing in all of your aliases.
Dec
15
comment ksh your own shortcuts, aliases, settings each login?
@ybaylav: I'm a bit confused. What is a 'permission' keyword? And if .profile exists in your home directory then running $ ls -laht .profile will tell you the permissions associated with that file, no?
Dec
15
comment ksh your own shortcuts, aliases, settings each login?
@ybaylav: Could you run $ ls -laht .profile .kshrc in your home directory and tell us what exactly the permissions are on your .profile and .kshrc?
Dec
11
answered Will changing hostname in OpenBSD affect installed packages?
Dec
11
comment When building a new kernel in OpenBSD 5.6, can the name of `config` be something else?
You can copy the GENERIC configuration into another one and give it a new name but that's something usually associated with preparing and building a custom kernel with different configuration entries (e.g. options and such). I don't think it really matters though so if you want to use a different name you can do so. Best to give it a name that distinguishes it from the original but I wouldn't call it 'bsd'. I believe convention is to use all uppercase when naming these things so you might use something like PATCHED004 to indicate you were working with that particular patch.
Dec
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comment When building a new kernel in OpenBSD 5.6, can the name of `config` be something else?
@user.stackexchange.253690: Sorry. You are right. I've repointed the links to the instructions for GENERIC and modified my answer to reflect the same.
Dec
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revised When building a new kernel in OpenBSD 5.6, can the name of `config` be something else?
Changed answer to reflect OP's comment that he's not looking to build a custom kernel but rather a GENERIC kernel after his patch is applied.
Dec
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answered OpenBSD and xorg: How to fully expand shrunken vesa video?
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answered When building a new kernel in OpenBSD 5.6, can the name of `config` be something else?
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answered “persist” attribute in OpenBSD Tables
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Dec
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revised How to modify the permission of jar file exactly same as other machine jar file?
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Dec
19
revised How to modify the permission of jar file exactly same as other machine jar file?
I pulled down paramiko with easy-install and modified the original snippet I wrote to show how the paramiko piece would work.
Dec
19
revised How to modify the permission of jar file exactly same as other machine jar file?
I pulled down paramiko with easy-install and modified the original snippet I wrote to show how the paramiko piece would work.
Dec
19
answered How to modify the permission of jar file exactly same as other machine jar file?