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Googler, mathematician.

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comment Why do I get files like ._foo in my tarball on OS X?
@Cawas, the problem was that they showed up in the tarball, which I was then distributing cross-platform, and they have no meaning on a non-Apple operating system.
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comment Double ssh asks for the passphrase to unlock an RSA key, but it shouldn't
So how can you initialize the keys and start a full session when ssh'ing into M2?
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comment Double ssh asks for the passphrase to unlock an RSA key, but it shouldn't
Why aren't M2's credential's unlocked when I ssh into it? Is there a way to make it effectively as though I'm on M2, even though I'm physically at M1?
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comment Double ssh asks for the passphrase to unlock an RSA key, but it shouldn't
But I already can log into L from M2 (see the second bullet point), but only when I'm physically on M2. That's what's so confusing to me. (By the way, the -A option does work, but I'd like to figure out why the keychain doesn't work like I'd expect.)
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comment Connect three computers (including one laptop) to one monitor
Is there anything else I need besides the docking station? (Cords, cables, etc.?)
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comment Why do I get files like ._foo in my tarball on OS X?
Thanks! See the end of my above answer for that solution.