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Jul
24
comment Run Remote ssh command with Full Login Shell
I think the problem I have with screen in this situation, is that I normally load it with exec screen -RR from my .profile. This means that bash -l tries to load screen which throws off the rest of it. it seems I can get around it by removing '-l' in both yours and @fons solutions (yours then leaves me in screen). It's kind of wonky though.
Jul
17
comment Run Remote ssh command with Full Login Shell
Unfortunately this doesn't appear to work while using screen. Otherwise this seems like it does what I was trying to do.
Mar
28
comment Split concatenated tiff file
This is exactly what I needed. Thanks!
Mar
27
comment Split concatenated tiff file
That would make sense. Now how can I use that to actually split the file?
Aug
9
comment how to setup a windows home machine so that I can ssh into it?
If all you want is SSH, installing the full Cygwin is overkill. There are standalone alternatives. I've had success with freeSSHd.
Aug
4
comment Font alignment problem in PowerPoint
All good suggestions but I was hoping to avoid he reinstall route.
Aug
4
comment Font alignment problem in PowerPoint
I have not tried printing
Jul
6
comment Run Remote ssh command with Full Login Shell
@hornetbzz -t gives me pseudo-tty. But otherwise the behavior is the same. I want to launch an interactive shell, run a command inside that shell and have the shell remain open after the command is run.
Jul
5
comment Run Remote ssh command with Full Login Shell
@grawity @Alan This might work as a workaround, but I'd really like the command to run inside the shell and not just open a new shell after the command is run.
Jul
5
comment Run Remote ssh command with Full Login Shell
this is a similar question superuser.com/questions/261617/… but none of the answers really seem to fit what I'm trying to do.
Jan
17
comment MAC: Restore Failure: An error (32) occurred while copying image. (Broken Pipe)
Unfortunately step 2 is where I am getting the error. "Scan Image for Restore" works fine and then when I try to run the actual restore using disk utility I get the broken pipe error.
Nov
17
comment MAC: Restore Failure: An error (32) occurred while copying image. (Broken Pipe)
I did create it with disk utility. It verifies ok and I can mount the Image. What would be the correct way to create an image that I can transfer over and restore?