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bio website github.com/tvwerkhoven
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seen Jan 23 at 10:37

I use programming for work and I find StackOverflow a very useful resource for when things go wrong.


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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Yearling
Dec
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answered Application to underclock/undervolt a Mac?
Oct
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awarded  Popular Question
Oct
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answered Encrypted WiFi with no password?
Oct
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answered How can I sync ALL of my files between my Macs in the background?
Aug
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comment Matplotlib font_manager.py font finding error
@Timtro but then why does changing font.family not work? Or does it always try to resolve all font families when starting?
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awarded  Revival
Jun
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revised How to make rsync to use relative path?
Added link to manpage
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awarded  Yearling
Mar
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suggested rejected edit on How to create a bootable USB Windows OS using Mac OS X
Mar
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answered MacPorts Invalid Entry
Jan
24
comment Need help tunneling Remote Desktop (RDP) over SSH using OpenSSH
Have you tried no tunnel or a single tunnel between a pair of {KENT-PC, DEVILSMILK, DUCLAW}? Can you connect to the RDP port itself from a remote machine, or from DUCLAW itself? What have you tried to isolate the problem? This problem seems very specific to your setup and is probably some configuration error. I'm not sure how helpful this is for others at Super User.
Jan
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comment Need help tunneling Remote Desktop (RDP) over SSH using OpenSSH
On KENT-PC, can you connect to port 33389 with telnet? What does that say?
Dec
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accepted How to securely generate memorable passwords?
Dec
21
comment How to securely generate memorable passwords?
Thanks. Although the search space sizes you list are correct for truly random passwords, in the end these are dictionary words and the entropy is much less. My question is: how much less?
Dec
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comment How to securely generate memorable passwords?
Thanks, this was something I was looking for. Your answer seems to be 'you can't'.