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Jun
14
comment How to delete a file in Windows with a too long filename?
I know this is an old thread but still valid - this the only step I found that actually worked and didn't direct me to sketchy freeware sites. Thanks.
Apr
1
awarded  Student
Jan
28
comment PuTTY settings to replicate Windows XP telnet program
It might help to mention that PuTTY's customization is on a per-connection basis. Also, does the commeand 'stty sane' work on the power supply? That can sometimes resolve your incompatibility issues. You can also use 'stty erase ' and hit the backspace key for a remap. Not sure if your PS supports all that, though. If not I'd recommend heavyd's answer.
Jan
6
comment SSH : Connection Refused
check your sshd configuration - needs to specify 2222 as a listen port in the server configuration. You also may have another listener using 2222, perhaps a proxy or NI scanner. You could shut down SSH and see if there's still something on the port.
Dec
23
awarded  Tumbleweed
Dec
16
asked MS OneNote installed on Windows 8.1 through Store - can I create a local notebook?
Jun
27
awarded  Yearling
Mar
18
comment Windows 7 hostfile not used by PuTTY-Pliunk
I guess I just expect too much of my router firmware, since it's handling all the IP traffic anyway. I think I will try DDWRT and if it blows up my router try to find cash for a better one.
Mar
12
comment Windows 7 hostfile not used by PuTTY-Pliunk
I figured it out with the setting GIT_SSH to empty as above, but I appreciate the comment. Still don't know why the .home is being appended to my hostnames but adding the entries as you recommended ended the issues I had with that aspect of the problem. Thanks.
Mar
12
comment Windows 7 hostfile not used by PuTTY-Pliunk
I had the same issue and just resolved it by running the following command at the prompt: > set GIT_SSH= where the right side of = is no value. Also was helpful to set GIT_TRACE=1 which then showed the git commands as they were being run.
Mar
12
comment Windows 7 hostfile not used by PuTTY-Pliunk
Sorry, I can't get the markdown right. I added the .home entry but it doesn't seem to make any difference. plink works fine > c:\me>plink me@boopsie > Using username "me". > Passphrase for key "mykey": > Last login: Tue Mar 12 00:17:00 2013 from 192.168.1.1 > ~me@boopsie:~$ exit > logout but git pull fails (this is a git repo folder) > c:\me>git pull > fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly
Mar
11
comment How to make git to work with pagent(putty) on Windows?
I don't have a ip or hostname set in PuTTY default settings but I still have this issue. from win7, plink can't connect to my server boopsie by hostname - it's appending .home and going to a totally different ip: > c:\me>plink -v me@boopsie > Looking up host "boopsie.home" > Connecting to 67.220.66.112 port 22 But command line works fine: c:\me>ping boopsie Pinging boopsie[192.168.1.2] with 32 bytes of data: Reply from 192.168.1.2: bytes=32 time<1ms TTL=64
Mar
11
asked Windows 7 hostfile not used by PuTTY-Pliunk
Jul
29
awarded  Scholar
Jul
29
accepted Wireless network, two sets of PCs in different locations - tradeoff between workstations <-> single router or router <-> router
Jul
26
comment Wireless network, two sets of PCs in different locations - tradeoff between workstations <-> single router or router <-> router
Thanks - it's an option, but with finished walls, etc. if I went this way I would probably hire a company as allquixotic recommends.
Jul
26
comment Wireless network, two sets of PCs in different locations - tradeoff between workstations <-> single router or router <-> router
Thanks for the writeup, it's definitely something to consider. I'll give it a couple of days for comments and accept this if no one else comments.
Jul
25
asked Wireless network, two sets of PCs in different locations - tradeoff between workstations <-> single router or router <-> router
Jul
21
awarded  Constituent
Jul
21
awarded  Caucus