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Real Name: Chris Francy

I work as a Senior Network Analyst at Northwest Educational Service District #189 in the Technology Services department.

The Technology Service department, in addition to supporting the staff at NWESD, provides network support services to 35 K-12 school districts in Northwest Washington region.

In my free time, when I am not at work or answering questions, I play a lot of video games on the PC (Steam Profile).

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Nov
18
comment Is password-less access to SSH using chroot setup possible?
About the only thing I can really suggest is that you set your client in verbose mode and watch for errors. If you don't find any, then adjust your SSH server to run in verbose mode and watch for errors related to your loging.
Nov
18
comment Is password-less access to SSH using chroot setup possible?
It should be possible, where have you placed the keys on the server? Are you sure you have given the keys and containing directories the proper permissions?
Nov
15
comment In bash 4.3.27 “su” ignores user variables when combining “-” with “-c command”?
The fact that sudo is preferred is irrelavent. The OP is asking why the su binary on his system changed behaviors after patching bash. His config was working, only bash changed. Your answer and these comments are not related to the question being asked.
Nov
14
comment MobaXterm deleting characters when I hold the left arrow on the command line
It sounds to me like your TERM is not getting properly set or something. What do you see if you echo $TERM. Hopefully something like linux, or xterm?
Nov
13
comment An application / program for SuperUser
Stackexchange is formatting is just markdown... Just pick a markdown editor and create your notes and save them somewhere. There are even cloud-based markdown editors and wikis.
Nov
10
revised Access the internal subnet that is hosted on different NIC
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Nov
10
comment Access the internal subnet that is hosted on different NIC
It isn't clear to me what you are expecting here. I would like to point out that having two default gateways set on a single system is almost always an invalid configuration. Anyway your problem is routing. You need to setup your routes properly. But without a proper description/diagram of your network I have no idea what properly would mean in your context.
Nov
9
comment Baby monitor interfering with wifi
5GHz works great when you're close to the router, but the range here in our old house is terrible - Buy a wireless access point put it at the other end of your house, run a wire between the two APs. If the building is too big, or you have too much interference, then adding another AP or two might be the best solution.
Nov
8
comment Is it possible to install Windows on unsupported filesystem?
Just to be clear are you asking if it is possible to modify the stock installer to install to your filesystem, or you asking if you could get Windows to boot from your FS? If the later, then you could possibly use some tool you create to extract the Windows source from the WIM file (like imagex).
Nov
7
comment Where is Linux root filesystem on an attached drive
That is going to be a problem. I am not sure how to fix that. You may be able to rename one when it is offline. You'll need to research that.
Nov
7
reviewed Approve How to Create Virtual Block Devices
Nov
7
comment Script to download files from SSH Server
winscp.net/eng/docs/scripting
Nov
7
comment Where is Linux root filesystem on an attached drive
From your mount you see /dev/mapper/centos-root on / type xfs (rw,relatime,seclabel,attr2,inode64,noquota) so you know that /dev/mapper/centos-root is your root device. From lsblk you see that entos-root is part of an lvm volume stored on sda3.
Nov
7
comment In bash 4.3.27 “su” ignores user variables when combining “-” with “-c command”?
I suspect you missed something in the configuration/compilation phase. You should have been able to find the options that your vendor used to compile the original binary so you could provide those same options.
Nov
7
comment In bash 4.3.27 “su” ignores user variables when combining “-” with “-c command”?
sudo is not su, or at least it isn't on most systems. They do not share a configuration file.
Nov
7
answered How to Create Virtual Block Devices
Nov
7
comment Identifying unknown switch in network
Go and physically look. If the unknown switch isn't managed, or doesn't support CDP/LLDP it may be simply impossible to remotely identify it.
Nov
7
comment Powershell Start-Process fails to start when -Credential argument is added
Assume that in addition to the -Credential argument you included a variable with the credentials you wanted the process to be used?
Nov
7
revised Why a disk drive could not be connected (physically) to 2+ computers?
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Nov
7
comment Why a disk drive could not be connected (physically) to 2+ computers?
@PaulA.Clayton, I am sorry but I disagree, there are systems that allow simultaneous access. They are not particularly common, but they certainly exist.