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Nov
7
comment Installing R on a custom path
I haven't checked this with R, so I can't put it as an answer, but the normal procedure is for the Makefile (used by make) to support a prefix variable (although it often has a different name) that sets the location where the software will be copied in the make install step, and for the ./configure step (which generates the Makefile) to support a --prefix option to set the default value of that variable in the Makefile. So either of them should suffice. I only use the prefix option on ./configure.
Nov
5
comment Installing R on a custom path
This doesn't answer the questions asked.
Oct
23
comment Plotting the volume of an audio file
@pnuts the project finished before I found the time to figure it out, but I bear it in mind for future projects
Oct
18
comment Perl command not found
It's better practice to only use sudo, so I'd use the first option.
Oct
1
comment How do I make rm not give an error if a file doesn't exist?
@some: Yes, they can be spread across multiple lines, but to share them across recipes you have to put the definition in a make variable.
Oct
1
comment how to share Linux user passwords and Samba passwords
That is also my impression, but it would be helpful to know for sure. Hence my question.
Oct
1
comment how to share Linux user passwords and Samba passwords
I have tried to do that, but it seems to require the Windows client sending the password in cleartext (samba.org/samba/docs/man/Samba-HOWTO-Collection/…) or a password synchronization mechanism that appears to work only in one direction (samba.org/samba/docs/man/Samba-HOWTO-Collection/…), both rather suboptimal workarounds in my view.
Oct
1
comment how to share Linux user passwords and Samba passwords
To do what? To replace all use of /etc/passwd with the use of the password file managed by smbpasswd?
Oct
1
asked how to share Linux user passwords and Samba passwords
Aug
13
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May
25
comment Linux console session over HTTP?
@mjk It's being modded down because HTTP proxies don't proxy SSH traffic.
May
23
comment FTP to SFTP/SCP proxy?
A workaround that may suffice when local filesystem access is supported: pretend that the remote filesystem is local (e.g. using SFTP as a Windows drive, see superuser.com/q/66470/11317).
May
9
comment FTP to SFTP/SCP proxy?
I use it a lot, but it's not an answer to the question.
May
9
comment FTP to SFTP/SCP proxy?
@Breakthrough: It is explained in the question. Please read again and tell me what isn't clear.
May
9
asked FTP to SFTP/SCP proxy?
Apr
26
answered CSV to map/card
Feb
10
comment Pipe and watch piped output?
Fixed once again. I should learn to actually read stuff before replying.
Feb
10
revised Pipe and watch piped output?
will that teach me to read before replying?
Feb
10
comment Pipe and watch piped output?
sorry - better now?
Feb
10
answered Pipe and watch piped output?