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Could prove risky if something goes wrong but basically just change your grub (check /boot/grub/grub.cfg) to include also that kernel version in the menu and put it as the default kernel (change the set default="0" to point to your 2.6 entry). And do a reboot and hope it comes back! You could explore the "boot once" grub option to do just one boot in 2.6.x. ...
I have seen USB-to-Ethernet adapters that were designed with USB printers in mind, but will work for other USB devices. We trialed one at my work; basically there was a client that got installed on each computer that wanted to use the USB device, and they could take control of it and "own" it while they needed it, and then release it when they were done. ...
twm autoplacement can be set in your ~/.twmrc file with "RandomPlacement". e.g., $ cat ~/.twmrc RandomPlacement $ twm is rough though, there are a lot of things you cannot configure. "man twm" has a lot of good information.
To append a remote file to a local one, improving Andrewe Stubbs answer copy to local stdout and append that: scp USER@REMOTE:remotefile /dev/stdout >> localeppendedfile or simply (assuming a Posix remote machine) ssh USER@REMOTE /bin/cat removefile >> localeppendedfile
scp can be used both to copy to a remote machine, and from one: I assume you are used to using: scp localfile USER@REMOTE:remotefile But you can also use it to do: scp USER@REMOTE:remotefile localfile
Enable remote login in Sharing in System Preferences on your Mac. Then you can use ssh to login and enter this terminal command: sudo shutdown. There are free ssh tools available for windows, for example PuTTY (it's free).
According to this TSVN's ticket history you can Return to release 1.8.4, Build 24972 or Wait until building of nightlies will be restored or Don't use Subversion checkout|update as deploy tool and deploy changesets to CF-server using any other possible tools and transports (FTP|SSH|...)
Run psexec \\\computername cmd, then type qwinsta.
Our Setup I run two prosumer virtual machine servers in a cluster configuration. I'm using the proxmox VM kernal for debian linux. In my own home we've been able to virtualize our business, entertainment, and general use computers. Things have been working well for at least 4 yrs. The Good: Proxmox provides a decent interface for KVM and OpenVZ VM ...
One idea would be to tie a program that contacts your authentication server with the default task management daemon on the remote system. Windows has the task manager. Linux has Cron. You could add a daily task to the cron/task list to query your server. If the system detects that it should lock, you can change the user's account password to a ...
I believe this is possible using a software based solution, and not only from your PC / Mac but from your tablet / phone. See my answer here: http://superuser.com/a/778460/342303
I believe this is possible using a software based solution, and not only from your PC / Mac but from your tablet / phone. I am really surprised that SplashTop doesn't get mentioned more often in these discussions, they claim to have the best performing remote access application. But anyway that is another discussion. So, among other things SplashTop ...
I know that the question is old but we developed a device that does exactly what you are asking. Maybe someone else will see the answer and take advantage of it. You can find the crowd funding campaign for it here on indiegogo: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/remtickle/x/8007045 Best regards, Mihai
If you need to improve the speed for sshfs connections, try these options: oauto_cache,reconnect,defer_permissions,noappledouble,nolocalcaches,no_readahead command would be: sshfs remote:/path/to/folder local -oauto_cache,reconnect,defer_permissions
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