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Apr
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revised tmux configuration stanzas based on Tmux version
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revised tmux configuration stanzas based on Tmux version
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Apr
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answered tmux configuration stanzas based on Tmux version
Apr
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Apr
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comment tmux configuration stanzas based on Tmux version
@grawity: it's not necessarily the distro (also, I am not just using Linux), but also the fact that I do not have superuser everywhere, so it makes it impossible to build and install my own (new and compatible) Tmux. Some of these systems are intentionally kept without updates, for others it's probably negligence :)
Apr
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asked tmux configuration stanzas based on Tmux version
Mar
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comment Using plink.exe or similar in a scheduled task (to be run continuously)
@NetworkKingPin: no change after adjusting that setting, either. Just tested it.
Mar
29
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Mar
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comment Using plink.exe or similar in a scheduled task (to be run continuously)
@NetworkKingPin: I'm not sure, but you may have misunderstood the question. Being a driver writer, I can tell you that oftentimes a user mode program won't have the slightest clue about certain resources being unavailable during sleep. Network is a special case, since the uplink takes some time to renegotiate. That said: I'll change the value and report back.
Mar
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comment Using plink.exe or similar in a scheduled task (to be run continuously)
@NetworkKingPin: I just turned it off, it was not greyed out. However, after putting the machine to sleep and waking it again, the problem is exactly the same as before.
Mar
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asked Using plink.exe or similar in a scheduled task (to be run continuously)
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Feb
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comment How to tell `links` to ignore expired SSL certificate and proceed?
thanks for the answer, but that "RTFM" isn't very kind. I hope you realize that there are various versions of links floating around. I can hardly post the complete man page here, but links: links2(1) and links(1) and links2(1) for Debian. Please be so kind where in those man pages I did not read thoroughly enough.
Feb
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Nov
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comment How can I delete Time Machine files using the commandline
@Tim: this assertion would even be untrue on other unixoid systems, given the immutable attribute (chattr). What root will give you theoretically is to circumvent any security net.
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