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comment How dangerous can JavaScript be?
JavaScript is a programming language, you write instructions. I'm not referring to machine code level instructions, I'm referring to the language itself -- that running JavaScript is running code; no more no less. Contrastable to HTML and CSS (aside from eval in IE) which are purely descriptive. Because of that, the likelihood of vulnerabilities through JavaScript is astronomically higher -- JavaScript is only benign if there are no mistakes either in implementation or specifications, which will never happen.
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comment Launch a folder in linux?
or $thunar path if using XFCE.
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comment SSH Not Accepting Public Key
I ended up using a different account that was working and sudoing. Ok, not as elegant, but I'd spent enough time on this.
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comment SSH Not Accepting Public Key
There are other accounts authenticating in this fashion just fine, just not root
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comment SSH Not Accepting Public Key
It was set to yes and I changed it to without-password and restarted ssh without any effect whatsoever -- it still asked for a password. That, my friend, is determination.
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comment SSH Not Accepting Public Key
RSAAuthentication yes PubkeyAuthentication yes
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