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Jun
9
revised How can I connect to a SSH tunnel using PUTTY or another client, with the information available through SSH command?
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Jun
9
comment How can I connect to a SSH tunnel using PUTTY or another client, with the information available through SSH command?
Use -P instead. See doc : the.earth.li/~sgtatham/putty/0.62/htmldoc/Chapter7.html#plink Thanks to upvote and accept response if it's useful for you ;)
Jun
9
comment How can I connect to a SSH tunnel using PUTTY or another client, with the information available through SSH command?
As you can see, it's a *.exe file, so yes, it's for windows. Download the executable, open a windows terminal cmd, type chdir <PATH/TO/EXE/DIR> and my command line.
Jun
9
answered How can I connect to a SSH tunnel using PUTTY or another client, with the information available through SSH command?
Jun
9
revised How to find the index of a word in a string in bash?
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Jun
9
answered How to find the index of a word in a string in bash?
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Apr
2
comment apt-get cannot find any packages
Did you ran sudo apt-get update ?
Apr
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revised apt-get cannot find any packages
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Apr
2
answered apt-get cannot find any packages
Apr
2
revised In Google Chrome on Linux, where is the flv if not in /tmp?
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Apr
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revised In Google Chrome on Linux, where is the flv if not in /tmp?
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Apr
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revised In Google Chrome on Linux, where is the flv if not in /tmp?
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Apr
2
answered In Google Chrome on Linux, where is the flv if not in /tmp?
Mar
27
comment How to use Wget with Tor Bundle in Linux
-q simply hides the progress meter
Mar
26
comment Search recursively for a string containing whitespaces
No need all of this old school tricks : find -type f -exec grep -i "this table..." + is sufficient.
Mar
26
comment Search recursively for a string containing whitespaces
Yes, it's correct, but add -i switch : case insensitive
Mar
26
answered Search recursively for a string containing whitespaces
Mar
26
comment How to use Wget with Tor Bundle in Linux
See my edited post above
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