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Dealing with Shellshock on Debian Squeeze for ARM [duplicate]

I am trying to fix Shellshock on Debian Squeeze on an small Armel plug server- The solution "Can not update bash on Debian Squeeze" . adding squeeze-lts repository to sources.list - can not be used ...
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Running one-off interactive programs remotely over SSH

I've got a series of production servers that I'd like to be able to run certain utilities on without having to SSH into the machine. Unfortunately, some of those programs (top and iotop I've tried so ...
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How to start qemu directly in the console (*not* in curses or SDL)

I seem to recall being able to start qemu with only the terminal emulator output, with the graphic window disabled. And here I don't mean with the ncurses interface, that one is nice, but I want the ...
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Scripting around Curses?

I have a process I'm that I'm constantly having to deal with. It requires I run a command and then enter several pieces of information. Then I'm presented with a curses menu listing several ...
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bastille cannot find Curses.pm

i am running centos 6 and installed the rpm version of bastille, it cannot find Curses.pm, however perl-Curses is installed and somehow even perl cannot find it. [root@server ~]# /usr/sbin/bastille ...
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Ncurses or command line alternative to ClusterSSH [closed]

Is there a good NCurses alternative to ClusterSSH?
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Compiled ruby fails to find curses

I'm attempting to install the sup MUA but I'm having trouble. When I try to run it, it can't find curses: /usr/local/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8/rubygems/custom_require.rb:31:in `gem_original_require': no ...
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How Can I Capture Output From Programs That Use curses?

For example, the pv utility shows me the current rate of data transfer and updates every second. I'd like to save that output to a file, so that I can see at what rate data was being transferred ...