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You can do that. Use your ec2 instance as the MX server and disable local delivery on that. Set your domain as relay_domain and set a custom transport to your server behind router, running on port other than 25.


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If the server is EBS-backed, you can stop it and then mount its root volume as a filesystem on a different AWS instance in the same AZ that you have root access to, and use that instance to edit the ssh keys. If you need instructions more detailed than that, then you need to pay someone with decent Unix sysadmin and AWS experience to do it for you. If the ...


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Become owner of those files/folders. chown /home/ec2-user/.rvm/scripts/initialize chown /home/ec2-user/.rvm/scripts/hook


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You can make use of Context Menu Search Chrome Extension. It can pass the selected text to URLs only though. So you have to use a URL like ssh://%s/ and associate PuTTY with ssh:// protocol. PuTTY unfortunately does not associate itself. But you can do it manually. See MSDN article Registering an Application to a URI Scheme. You can go even a step ...


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Here are a couple of suggestions, but as Benedikt pointed out, more info could help us a lot in answering you more accurately (your bandwidth speed (!) / home wifi setup / router model / etc.): If you want everything to stream over WiFi, make sure you have a decent modern WiFi router. I would recommend something that supports 802.11n or higher, but make ...


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It is trying to load wring pixman so. Delete /usr/local/lib/libpixman-1.so.0 and try again, it will make Xvfb use distribution pixman library which has this symbol.


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If you have pasted the public key to authorized_keys in the format shown in question (---- BEGIN SSH2 PUBLIC KEY ----), it won't work. You have to use one-line format shown in PuTTYgen labeled "Public key for pasting into OpenSSH authorized_kes file". It would be like: rsa-key ...


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I tried multiple keys generated from Putty, and none worked with my EC2 instance. The way I got working key pairs was to generate them on the EC2 server. ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 2048 I then moved the private key over to my computer and used PuTTY Key Generator to convert the key over to PuTTY's format. I'm now able to use the key to connect to my EC2 ...



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