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Mar
7
comment chunking screen output using grep/head/awk/sed/etc
yeah thanks! works
Mar
7
comment chunking screen output using grep/head/awk/sed/etc
Awesome. not sure how the series of head functions works though, it seems to just output the first chunk.
Nov
24
comment Google search automatically enters text
Typing a letter simply brings the focus back to the text box.
Oct
31
comment Tmux: bad key binding error
Should have been more clear. I wanted to change the prefix key.
Oct
14
comment OSX/launchctl: How do I open a specific website in a new instance of chrome in the foreground every morning?
Other than bringing it up on the foreground, my request isn't too crazy. I just wanted to specify all my requirements ahead of time to be clear.
Jun
19
comment Cygwin - how do I search scrollback?
Using cygwin? Entire terminal buffer. Bash
Jun
13
comment Ethernet vs TCP vs IP?
Awesome way to look at it. To add to it. Ethernet has mac addresses in the header, to specify which nearby machine to send to. IP adds IP address info so packet can be routed across several routes. TCP adds port info, so multiple processes running on the same machine (with an IP address) can be differentiated.
May
25
comment Rsync - resending all files, because files have different timestamp (off by 1 second!)
Brilliant. --modify-window - When comparing two timestamps, rsync treats the timestamps as being equal if they differ by no more than the modify-window value. This is normally 0 (for an exact match), but you may find it useful to set this to a larger value in some situations. In particular, when transferring to or from an MS Windows FAT filesystem (which represents times with a 2-second resolution), --modify-window=1 is useful (allowing times to differ by up to 1 second).
Feb
8
comment Cannot access webserver on virtual machine from the internet
Apparently, I shouldn't delete the Nat adapter because I am using Vagrant. Commands like "vagrant up" won't work if the Nat adapter is removed. So mine might not be the best solution.
Jan
3
comment VPN to work from another continent?
#1 is a fair point, although I try to access external sites using another computer w/o the VPN, or turn the VPN off. However, there's no way around this problem that I know of if I have to access work data at another site far away from the VPN location, and I am also far away from the VPN. Or, regardless of source location, if I want the data to travel through the VPN for security reasons.
Jan
3
comment Why is using VPN can increase my speedtest result?
This is the right answer, and should have been accepted as such.
Dec
31
comment Can ssh but can't access webserver
Thanks, I think that should do it then
Dec
31
comment Can ssh but can't access webserver
pastebin.com/5fKf9YfX
Dec
31
comment Can ssh but can't access webserver
I only see rejects related to icmp. This is a newly installed centos 7 distro.
Dec
31
comment Can ssh but can't access webserver
I'm using Centos 7
Dec
31
comment Can ssh but can't access webserver
the only rejects I see are related to icmp.
Dec
31
comment Can ssh but can't access webserver
What am I looking for with iptables -L? I see lots of ACCEPT but I also see REJECT. I followed this guide to turn off the firewall:shellhacks.com/en/…
Dec
31
comment Can't connect to Virtualbox web server (using Bridged Network)
Sorry for bringing this up again, but I have a similar problem. What am I looking for when I do iptables -L? I see ACCEPT and a few REJECT. However, following this page, I thought I had turned off my firewall completely. shellhacks.com/en/…
Dec
31
comment Does overclocking have any benefit on a processor that already has Intel Turbo Boost?
depends on how much you want to overclock and how much the turbo boost raises the clock speed to, and if there is a limit and delay on it.
Dec
31
comment VirtualBox: ifconfig does not show my ip address
if adapter 1,2,3,4 does not matter, how does VirtualBox know which adapter on the VM side to bridge? e.g. enp0s3 vs. virbr0.