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answered Why did rtorrent fail to build?
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reviewed Approve Find all php files which first or second line has more than N characters
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answered Find all php files which first or second line has more than N characters
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comment Why my reverse ssh is closing when I try to connect to it?
do you have anything like a misconfigured snort or failban or iptables rules that could get in the way? Do you have a service already listening on 1234? Your -R command is definitely good so there's something else getting in the way.
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comment Will mounting a file system read-only increase the lifespan of an SSD?
that's actually what the OP says: he mounts the FS in readonly.
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comment Vim (non-gui) background will not go White
BTW, setting environment variable TERM=$TERM-256color can help a lot of programs detect correctly the terminal type.
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comment Vim (non-gui) background will not go White
indeed, mine does too, and my version (3.4.1.1) is way more recent than yours :-) I was led to error by another script I ran some while ago that showed me only 16 colors where it shall have shown 256 colors (to prove that the terminal is actually 256 colors).
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answered Vim (non-gui) background will not go White
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answered how to integrate GitLab with SmartGit?
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comment how to integrate GitLab with SmartGit?
of course, but 1/ your local address IP is wrong, and 2/ I think your question is offtopic on stackoverflow. It's not a coding question, it's about how to deploy an application.
May
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comment how to integrate GitLab with SmartGit?
and don't you make a mistake trying to connect to 127.0.**1.1** when the loopback address actually is 127.0.**0.1**?
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comment Is it possible to run two instances of crond each with its separate cron file?
or simply, grep out all tasks made by the root user in /etc/crontab, before generating your webpage out of your crontab. See, there are many ways to do it ;-)
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comment Is it possible to run two instances of crond each with its separate cron file?
another solution would be to make all the system critical stuff (like the wifi schedules) in root's crontab, and all your "public" stuff in /etc/crontab (or in another user's crontab)