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May
23
comment Installed LAMP, but PHP does not seem to work
what does it display then?
May
23
answered What does the www8 or www6 in a URL mean?
May
15
comment How to fix grub after moving root partition?
It just hangs with no error message?
May
9
comment How to mount remote SSHFS via intermediate machine? Tunneling?
better way to set up tunnel is to have connection to B from GNU screen window using ssh user@machineB -L 2222:machineA:22 -N so you can easily kill it with ^C
May
9
comment (manually configured) kernel update leaves wireless in a mess
did you disable /proc/config.gz in your old kernel?
May
8
answered Postgresql by network
May
8
comment How to mount remote SSHFS via intermediate machine? Tunneling?
yes if you have sshd listening to port 25 on machine A. then you'll just have to sshfs -p 25 user@127.0.0.1:/path /localpath
May
8
answered How to mount remote SSHFS via intermediate machine? Tunneling?
Apr
21
answered Is there an encrypted write-only file system for Linux?
Apr
19
awarded  Supporter
Apr
18
answered Continue bittorrent downloads on a different computer?
Apr
15
comment Problem with running a script at startup as root?
I thought it was stated quite clear in my answer.
Apr
15
comment Problem with running a script at startup as root?
Like the one I gave. You can play with this example and modes 4755 & 6755: codepad.org/zkCULq3q
Apr
15
answered Problem with running a script at startup as root?
Apr
14
awarded  Teacher
Apr
14
comment Problem with running a script at startup as root?
then I can think of nothing else than creating a daemon-script that will monitor X-related processes spawn OR you may wish to use suid binary that will check who is a caller and then do something you wish, but I really don't see a reason to do so, if you only want to make drive accessible by root. if you just want a script to be run as root when logging in, then suid-binary is the easiest(but dangerous!) way to do so. In fact, it's more of hack than of actual solution.
Apr
14
answered Problem with running a script at startup as root?
Apr
14
awarded  Autobiographer