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I make the music on the computer.


Nov
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answered How to get a list of all software that starts automatically when Windows 7 starts?
Nov
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comment How can I secure a Mac purchased from a stranger?
…although if you can't trust what's on the boot volume, you can't trust what's on the recovery partition either. Even if you do an internet recovery, you can't be 100% sure it's not messing with whatever it downloads.
Oct
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Oct
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Oct
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revised How to run another instance of an application by double clicking on its application icon
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Oct
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Oct
6
comment How to run another instance of an application by double clicking on its application icon
To make your script have the same icon as the application, follow these instructions with the original application and your script.
Oct
5
comment Pc freezes then wont boot. The fans spin, but HDD activity light is off
Sounds like a hardware problem, but could be real tricky to diagnose. You may have to remove/replace each component in turn, seeing if it resolves the problem. On the other hand, simply vacuuming any dust out of your heat sinks and reseating things may sort it out.
Oct
5
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Oct
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on GIT Identity file not accessible: No such file or directory
Oct
5
comment GIT Identity file not accessible: No such file or directory
Something is misconfigured somewhere; ssh should not be looking for that file. Seeing the entirety of your ~/.ssh/config and/or the output of ssh -v git@github.com (not ssh -v github, which is what you posted) may help.
Oct
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Oct
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comment GIT Identity file not accessible: No such file or directory
Again, ssh is looking for and finding the relevant RSA key. You wouldn't get the You've successfully authenticated… message were that not the case. Your IdentityFile entry is almost certainly redundant, as ssh complains about it and then ultimately ignores it. If you could update your ssh -v output to git@github.com rather than git@github, we'd know for sure. But it's probably irrelevant, as getting rid of the IdentityFile line will likely stop the error message.
Oct
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Oct
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comment GIT Identity file not accessible: No such file or directory
What is ‘it’? Deleting the IdentityFile line altogether? Copying my entry verbatim was never going to work because, as I said, it works only because ~/.ssh/id_rsa_github is where I put my GitHub-specific private RSA key. Again, it looks like you're authenticating just fine, you should be able to ditch the IdentityFile line altogether.
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Oct
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answered GIT Identity file not accessible: No such file or directory
Oct
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Oct
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revised Using sed, how to print all lines that match a certain date?
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