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awarded  Student
May
25
awarded  Yearling
May
9
comment Permission denied (publickey,password)
Glad you got it figured out and thanks for the update.
May
9
comment Permission denied (publickey,password)
Also try deleting id_rsa.pub ?
May
9
answered Permission denied (publickey,password)
May
9
comment Prevent excel from reformatting values
Copy the column to to notepad++ and do the substitution there! Excel will always try to be a wise guy... :^)
May
9
answered Why does my screensaver say [myname]'s Macbook Pro (4)
May
8
revised FFmpeg – Keep original video orientation
fixed grammar
May
8
revised bash script how to parse outputs
converted list back into list by quoting it
May
8
suggested approved edit on FFmpeg – Keep original video orientation
May
8
suggested approved edit on bash script how to parse outputs
May
7
awarded  Scholar
May
7
comment A way to tell how much cumulative processing a script uses
Great! That does what I need and works in OSX too.
May
7
accepted A way to tell how much cumulative processing a script uses
May
6
asked A way to tell how much cumulative processing a script uses
Apr
26
comment Can you flatten a clipping mask into a new vector?
Those are separate objects, so select a corner of the rectangle with the hollow arrow tool and hit delete twice. In the example, you would have to do this for the upper and lower remnants of the rectangle separately.
Apr
21
comment I'm not able to connect with SSH because of SUID warning
Wow. Interesting.
Apr
19
awarded  Critic
Apr
19
revised I'm not able to connect with SSH because of SUID warning
typo "hanged" for "changed" which affected the meaning
Apr
19
comment I'm not able to connect with SSH because of SUID warning
You were about to change the password on host2? (Your post said "hanged" and I think you meant "changed" but maybe you mean "mucked up"? If you want to reset and create a new sshkey you can delete the lines corresponding to host2 in .ssh/known_hosts