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revised Remove embedded subtitles from an .mkv file?
Corrected mkvmerge flags
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suggested approved edit on Remove embedded subtitles from an .mkv file?
Jul
28
accepted Find when github user last contributed to repo
Jul
27
comment Find when github user last contributed to repo
That only shows org activity itself, like people being added or removed from certain teams. What I’m looking for are actual contributions (“has this person even been around, lately?”).
Jul
27
asked Find when github user last contributed to repo
Jun
8
accepted Can I delete my fork before the pull request gets accepted?
Jun
8
answered Can I delete my fork before the pull request gets accepted?
May
19
revised Gist vs repository on GitHub
fixed typo
May
18
revised Can I delete my fork before the pull request gets accepted?
grammar fixes
May
18
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
22
awarded  Self-Learner
Mar
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awarded  Curious
Jan
18
comment Any good Pixel Graphics Editors on Mac OS X?
@Unode Check the Availability section of the README. It states: “With the number of Pixen clones in the Mac App Store outnumbering contributions to the project, Pixen is no longer open source. Consequently, the source tree hosted on GitHub is over two years old. If you'd like to obtain the latest version of Pixen and support the project, please consider purchasing it in the Mac App Store.”
Jan
2
comment Disable SSH login via password on a per-user basis?
Like I say in the original question and many comments, I do not have access to /etc/ssh/sshd_config.
Jan
2
comment Disable SSH login via password on a per-user basis?
Yes, like I’ve commented many times and mention in the original question, I do understand it’s possible to do with the host’s intervention. My question is why isn’t it possible to do without the host’s intervention, on a per-user basis.
Dec
31
comment Disable SSH login via password on a per-user basis?
So to do it they’d need to specify each user that wants such functionality in the /etc/ssh/sshd_config, right? But why can’t we make a user-specific sshd_config with limitations pertaining only to our own access?
Dec
31
comment Disable SSH login via password on a per-user basis?
Yes, I understand that, that does not answer the question, though. My question is why? Why doesn’t SSH allow that? Is it by design; is it a limitation that can be overcome but they’re not interested in; is it a limitation of the underlying system? What prevents this from being a possibility?
Dec
31
comment Disable SSH login via password on a per-user basis?
Yes, I know that, I say as much in the question. My question is why? Why doesn’t SSH allow that? Is it by design; is it a limitation that can be overcome but they’re not interested in; is it a limitation of the underlying system? What prevents this from being a possibility?
Dec
31
comment Disable SSH login via password on a per-user basis?
I have 60+ character passwords protected in a password manager. That’s not the point. I’d like to know if it’s possible to do, and if not, why not.