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First check: Do you have a keyboard shortcut that makes the keyboard switch from German to English or vice versa A note valid for Ubuntu: by default Super+Space is set to 'Switch to next source' under System Settings > Keyboard > Shortcuts > Typing


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This can't be done in ~/.ssh/config because SendEnv cannot be overridden. Using aliases won't work for scripts that call ssh. One alternative is to export a function. E.g. in ~/.bashrc: function ssh() { LANG="en_US.UTF-8" \ LC_ADDRESS="$LANG" \ LC_IDENTIFICATION="$LANG" \ LC_MEASUREMENT="$LANG" \ LC_MONETARY="$LANG" \ ...


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This should do it. curl -s http://somepage/somefile.cgi | sh EDIT: removed -O: Not needed as it's piping to the bash, as @gravity's comment mentions.


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I have been successfully using tinyproxy so far to talk with the proxy by sending it a cookie it gives me when I log in. I then configure my clients to talk with tinyproxy (export http_proxy=http://localhost:8080/) and it works. See upstream and AddCookie options of tinyproxy.conf.


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Edit httpd.conf & comment out the line where it says listen 80


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I think installing R on CentOS 7 is simplest this way: sudo yum install -y epel-release sudo yum update -y sudo yum install -y R


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If the tasks running in the Virtual Machine will always use less Memory&Cache than you have allocated RAM to the VM, then you will never need SWAP. Most Installers let you do this (Install w/o a SWAP Partition/File), after warning you, that you should be very sure about your requirements. If you still want Swap you should know: Swap Files are slower ...



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