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comment How to find which files and folders were deleted recently in Linux?
@Sampo: Thanks, see my edit.
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revised How to find which files and folders were deleted recently in Linux?
not "gone forever"
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comment Constant hissing from PC speakers after bumping front panel
It does not appear to be software, I booted into a different partition and the hiss was still there.
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comment Constant hissing from PC speakers after bumping front panel
@Tog: see latest edit
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revised Constant hissing from PC speakers after bumping front panel
results from playing with mixer
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revised copy a file with scp, which is not stored on a filesystem
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comment copy a file with scp, which is not stored on a filesystem
Do you have a shell on server B? Or just scp and no shell access on server B?
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comment Calling a script with ./bla.sh vs. . bla.sh
FWIW, not all shells will search cwd for sourced sripts. zsh (at least with the config I have) requires . ./cmd
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comment copy a file with scp, which is not stored on a filesystem
Your question doesn't make sense. What do you mean by "target server" -- the machine where you're running the wget command? If you are downloading via http (and not https), then the security risks are inherent in the http protocol and there's nothing scp could do to change that.