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Apr
16
comment script to su with password in script without root
The -t is for ssh, not su. If forces a pseudo-tty so that su can read the password from stdin.
Jan
15
comment How to get an unused (on another host) IP range
Using a private address space doesn't guarantee that the address isn't being used which is what the OP asked about.
Jan
15
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Jan
15
comment How to get an unused (on another host) IP range
The OP said it will always be point-to-point, so for most NICs, that means you need to use a 169.254.0.0/16 address.
Jan
15
answered How to get an unused (on another host) IP range
Jan
15
comment Can ping but can't connect (curl, wget, apt-get, etc.) (rasberry pi server)
post your pi's iptables and your router's configuration.
Jan
15
answered how to find out if I can use HP secure encryption
Dec
30
comment How can I change rename shortcut key to Enter (Return) in Thunar file manager?
I don't think it's possible via accels.scm. It looks like spacebar is hard-coded to the "open" action. You could dig through the source code and manually change it, if you have the programming skills.
Dec
19
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Dec
19
answered How can I change rename shortcut key to Enter (Return) in Thunar file manager?
Dec
18
answered how to save iptables rules permanently?
Dec
15
answered Inconsistent applying permissions
Oct
11
comment Update-rc.d equivalent on CentOS
Then it's not a startup script in rc.d as you said in your question. Maybe it's in rc.local?
Oct
11
answered Update-rc.d equivalent on CentOS
Oct
11
comment How can I use a “<” character in sed?
@barlop g-man's answer works also, but it's difficult for me to see into the future.
Oct
10
answered How can I use a “<” character in sed?
Oct
10
comment How can I save specific cookies in Chrome but automatically delete all others (including those from the same domain) upon browser close or open?
Sorry, can't help you. You should add a tag.
Oct
10
comment How can I save specific cookies in Chrome but automatically delete all others (including those from the same domain) upon browser close or open?
What OS are you using?
Oct
10
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Oct
9
comment NFS export quota
quotas are not set in the exports file. Usually they are managed by the underlying file system. Setting up quotas will depend on your filesystem.