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An antipodean developer in Zurich...


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revised Would having my ~/ directory on a traditional HDD negate SSD performance?
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comment Would having my ~/ directory on a traditional HDD negate SSD performance?
I'm talking about linux Paul.
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comment Would having my ~/ directory on a traditional HDD negate SSD performance?
Erm - that's what I planned to do? I'm asking if having the OS on SSD and the ~/ on HDD would slow me down?
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comment Windows SSH client that allows hostkey via command line?
Still, thats using known_hosts in the .ssh folder. Bear in mind I'm tyring to automate this proces, so any extra steps (writing out to a config file etc) are extra steps that I would prefer not to perform if I can just pass it into the app via a command line switch
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comment Windows SSH client that allows hostkey via command line?
And bitvise tunnelier has a -hostKeysFile param, which can take a file, but both of these are less than ideal
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comment Windows SSH client that allows hostkey via command line?
So kitty has the -convert-dir switch, which can read the hostkeys from a folder
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comment Can I take my ReadyNAS drive in Raid1 and plug it straight into new different machine?
Probably a Ubuntu machine
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comment Can I take my ReadyNAS drive in Raid1 and plug it straight into new different machine?
thanks
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comment Can I take my ReadyNAS drive in Raid1 and plug it straight into new different machine?
I'm asking about hardware raid1