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Dec
20
comment Process running in SSH-allocated TTY not terminating once stdin is consumed
@Jakuje - It's not immediately obvious that this is the same issue. The description there involves the child process (sleep) not receiving a SIGHUP at the "correct" time; in my case the child cat process is never terminating, presumably because its stdin is never exhausted.
Dec
20
comment Process running in SSH-allocated TTY not terminating once stdin is consumed
@Jakuje: On further inspection, that appears to be a difference in SSH clients (the above issue is observed with OpenSSH 6.2 on OSX, but not 5.3 on Linux).
Dec
20
comment Process running in SSH-allocated TTY not terminating once stdin is consumed
@Jakuje: echo "hello" | ssh -T ${HOST} "cat > foo.txt" leads to cat: >: No such file or directory. And you can't remove the quotes, because then that redirection occurs locally!
Dec
20
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Dec
20
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Dec
20
asked Process running in SSH-allocated TTY not terminating once stdin is consumed
Dec
17
awarded  Yearling
Dec
17
awarded  Yearling
Aug
15
comment Why doesn't “add more cores” face the same physical limitations as “make the CPU faster”?
Please don't use "exponential" when there's entirely more correct words for this relationship (quadratic, cubic, etc.)...
Jun
7
awarded  Supporter
Jun
7
comment Why does just splitting an Ethernet cable not work?
+1 for the slinky analogy to explain impedance mismatches!
Jun
7
comment Why does just splitting an Ethernet cable not work?
At least two misleading things here. There is no "breakdown voltage" involved (varying impedance doors not cause "spikes"), and delay has nothing to do with raw bit-rate.
Feb
19
awarded  Critic
Dec
17
awarded  Yearling
Sep
25
comment Linux can not resolve domain
Yes, make sure you have a DNS server set up that your server can see.
May
26
answered Why sudo python and python in terminal start two different versions python?
Mar
9
comment Save command to history without executing in bash
In that situation, I just prefix the line with #, and then hit Enter.
Jan
16
awarded  Editor
Jan
3
comment How to make cd arguments case INsensitive?
Probably not, because in the general case, you might have both BackupDirectory and backupdirectory.
Dec
17
awarded  Yearling