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The ssh_config file is the default configuration for SSH clients. The server configuration will be found in sshd_config. The PermitRootLogin is a server setting (it modifies the behaviour of the SSH server) that should go in the server configuration file.


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Nice idea. I'd create a wrapper, say /bin/my-screen that would look like this: #!/usr/bin/env sh screen -d -RR Make it executable and add it to /etc/shells: echo /bin/my-screen | sudo tee -a /etc/shells Make it the default shell: chsh --shell /bin/my-screen Notice that some terminal emulators such as xterm do not run shell defined in /etc/passwd by ...


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Since Apache 2.4 directives Order, Allow and Deny are deprecated and were replaced by the new Require syntax. Replace Order allow,deny Allow from all with Require all granted in your config. See https://httpd.apache.org/docs/current/upgrading.html It seems mod_rewrite is not enabled in your server. Enable the module with the a2enmod command (which ...


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If you consider switching to neomutt, then instead using mailbox command you could use named-mailbox named-mailbox "description1" mailbox1 "description2" mailbox2 and than you can use %D (description) in sidebar-format string. Please refer to named-mailbox and sidebar-format in neomuttrc manpage.


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The two resources I have found indicate towards config files that pass on the arguments. The following link provides an example of how to make a config file and subsequently there is a link to how to edit the configurations: https://kubernetes.io/docs/tasks/administer-cluster/kubelet-config-file/ The following article goes in to great length about ...


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