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Jun
24
comment Irritating CTRL and ESC key in connectbot for android
Oh wait, i found the option to hide the keyboard in juicessh. Tap the terinal screen, then there will be a small keyboard icon just above hte keyboard. Tap that and it will hide the virtual keyboard. So now I just need to figure out how to hit the esc key from my physical keyboard. Right now, i have a "window" icon on my physical keyboard where it is normally the esc key. Hitting this window icon minimizes the current application and takes you to the home screen. So what's the equivalent of the esc key on my physical keyboard?
Jun
24
comment Irritating CTRL and ESC key in connectbot for android
@lornix Thanks i just tried JuiceSSH. The only issue i have with it is that the virtual keyboard is always on the screen. I can't find a way to hide it so that it doesn't steal all that valuable screen real estate. How do i hide the virtual keyboard?
May
18
comment Is my top statement saying my asterisk server is using too much resources?
Ok, your answer got me most of the way there. I ended up editing the /etc/init.d/asterisk file and I added ulimit -n 2048 at the top of hte script.
May
18
comment Is my top statement saying my asterisk server is using too much resources?
ulimit says unlimited. I updated my fs.file-max from 102772 to 99999999, but still no effect. The calls still drop somewhere between 245 and 255.
May
18
comment Is my top statement saying my asterisk server is using too much resources?
I think i might have 2 virtual CPUs? i'm not sure
May
10
comment Decode weird characters in text file
I don't know how they created this text document. They just emailed it to me. I tried the VIM command, but that didn't seem to affect the document. I sitll see <92>
May
10
comment Decode weird characters in text file
I think it is utf8
Mar
19
comment sudo for only ufw?
oops i just did it and it's working right now. DO i need to go back and revert my changes?
Oct
16
comment sftp chmod recursive
yes - that's what i wrote in my question
Oct
2
comment How to cd into smb://user@100.100.100.100 from terminal?
am I supposed to replace USERNAME with the name of my current shell user? And SHARENAME with the directory name i want to cd into? When i tried I got the following error: Connection to john@69.100.100.1 failed (Error NT_STATUS_BAD_NETWORK_NAME)
Aug
23
comment with SFTP - how to cd and lcd with one command?
I agree with everything you said. Their systems admin disabled my ssh access. I think that's why when i run scp command, i get permission error. This system hasn't installed version contorl yet.