Terminal: 1) A device or program used to talk to a terminal server, usually over Serial or RDP, 2) A synonym for command-shell or command line, 3) A specific OS X program.

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Restore file permission on CentOS 7

I managed to messed up server permissions on entire server chown root:root -R / chmod 777 -R / How to fix it? I can't login as root using terminal on that machine it show error "Invalid password" ...
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How to blacklist an IP range (subnet) on cphulk via terminal? [on hold]

I know how to blacklist a given ip with /scripts/cphulkdblacklist 192.168.0.1 But that's what I need to do... (not sure if any of these would work) /scripts/cphulkdblacklist 192.168.* .* ...
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Wyse Enhanced Ubuntu Terminal Locked Down?

I'm dealing with about 20 Wyse T50 thin-clients and I want to set up cron, however, it seems like there are a number of things locked down in the Wyse Enhanced Ubuntu terminal. For instance, ...
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Scrolling output with ccze [migrated]

I love the default fancy output of ccze, but I can't seem to get it scroll property. Executing tail -f something.log | ccze from an X terminal works, but I can't scroll back once the screen has ...
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How can a command in a pipe read from a keyboard? [migrated]

I randomly tried to execute the following command in bash1 cat /some/file | ssh user@machine 'cat >/destination/file There are no keys installed on the remote machine, so the only way to ...
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Airodump-ng Not Showing Anything

I am using Kali Linux to test some adapters. First of all, I don't know why, but I have a wlan0 and wlan1. I have tried both of them and I still have the same problem. So far I can issue the command: ...
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Terminal line wrapping issues only with Docker/Kubernetes

I'm on OS-X and running either iTerm or the standard OS-X terminal. In either case if I start a Debian docker container like docker run --rm -ti mycontainer:latest I get a command line prompt and line ...
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Ubuntu “service” command

I type in the following command on two separate machines both running Ubuntu: service ssh status Output of machine 1: ssh start/running, process 25369 Output of machine 2: ● ssh.service - OpenBSD ...
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Installing Oracle 11g on CentOS via Yum

I'm trying to set up a CentOS 7 VM to host an Oracle 11gR2 database. There is no desktop/x window system software, but I did try installing the 11gR2 zips with ./runInstaller -silent -noconfig ...
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How to autocomplete long file names in terminal

If I have in current directory a file with a long name starting with "build" I can write in console "build", press Tab and autocomplete type full filename for me. However if I have multiple files ...
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Why can't I restart my Apache Amazon EC2 server? [closed]

I'm trying to restart my amazon EC2 Apache server, and I'm getting an error message that says (13)Permission denied: AH00058: Error retrieving pid file /var/run/httpd/httpd.pid AH00059: Remove ...
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is there a way to pretty print the output of “ps” to include the “rss” memory value?

I have a python script which takes in processes in csv format and decides things based on what's running, it's name, and how much cpu time it's using. I would like to add processes that also use lots ...
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Cron appears to run but doesn't execute in the same way as when run manually from the terminal [duplicate]

I have a php script that connects to an external API returns some data and updates a database table. I can run this directly via my command line / SSH terminal and it works fine (takes about 5 minutes ...
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RDS 2012R2 “Preparing the destination computer” Long

I've just setup a new RDS Deployment on a 2012 R2 domain. When client's connect to the RemoteDesktop there is a considerable delay at the "Preparing the destination computer" stage. I can resolve this ...
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Terminal Server 2012 keeps logging in user with Temp Profile

Have a 2012 Terminal Server and a 2008R2 Profile server. When a user logs onto the 2012 terminal server who has a roaming profile it keeps using a temporary profile and will not load the domain ...
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Dropbox via terminal: how do I upgrade

I have a Linux server and have Dropbox successfully installed and running via their instructions here: https://www.dropbox.com/install?os=lnx including using the python script for running from the ...
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DNS Cache Error

I am in dire need of some help as i have searched high and low for a answer but to no avail. To begin let me give you a idea of what I have setup and the goal I am trying to achieve. I currently have ...
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OSX Terminal.app seems to become 'suspended' unless I VNC into the Mac

So I have a bit of complicated setup, but let me see if I can simplify I am running a mono application on a remote OSX machine. This application can occasionally hard-crash the mono runtime. There ...
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How to use the PHP within Terminal that comes with installed Vagrant Box instead of system PHP

I've provisioned a ScotchBox Vagrant Box, which is basically a LAMP stack. But I need to be able to use the PHP that comes with ScotchBox from Terminal instead of the system php How do I do this?
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What Does “ping -f” Do In The OS X Terminal? [closed]

I've recently read about the command in the OS X terminal, "ping -f (Target IP)". I haven't been able to form an understanding on the command even after looking through numerous online articles. I ...
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Why does password entering work in a piped sudo command?

If I do: sudo cat /etc/resolv.conf | less It will prompt me for the password, even though less (presumably) takes stdin. Over what fd's is the password prompt shown and how does it get the input ...
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Prevent accidental execution of commands in Linux if pasting text containing one or more return characters

Sometimes if text that is on the clipboard is pasted into shell and it contains a return character it will execute even though that wasn't the intention. Sometimes even multiple lines may be pasted ...
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RDP Farm - External Connections

We have originally had a TS running simply by RDPing through port 3389 from an external IP. We now need to replace what we have, and I would like to use a farm as we want to give users a single ...
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Terminal piping misunderestanding

Folks I have a few questions around this command: echo 'cat //item/*[local-name()="id"]/text()' | xmllint --shell test.xml | sed '1 d;$ d;/^ -------$/ d' | sort | uniq --repeated I thought command ...
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Lantronix Terminal Server local prompt

My Lantronix ETS16P serial terminal server lost its configuration and I needed to configure it. I am fairly confident I configured it the same way as before (I also had a backup). I use a menu which ...
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Kali linux does not boot in gui [closed]

I got kali linux installed on my pc for a while but now linux will not boot in gui mode , only in text mode ( terminal ). I get no errors on booting it goes directly to the login screen . Hope you ...
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Can I use MS Host Integration Server to connect to an IBM without using SNA

I'm sorry, this will represent a lot of information, but I'd like to avoid some of the back and forth I'm having with various forums trying to resolve this issue. So please, bear with me. I've taken ...
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Sun Fire v215 ALOM keyboard input from PuTTY

I'm trying to log in to ALOM on a Sun Fire v215 via PuTTY. I'm using a RJ45->DB9->USB setup plugged into the "SER MGT" port on the back. I'm also using the settings recommended in the installation ...
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Palo Alto PA-4020 cannot connect to terminal through Serial to USB

I have a PA-4020 that I messed up the configuration on, and I am trying to do a factory reset. I went ahead and ordered a few different serial to USB cables, and cannot connect through a Mac App ...
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Can't enter the letter 'e' over ssh [duplicate]

Right now I am experiencing some very, very weird behaviour on a Ubuntu 14.04.2 LTS server I am managing. Connecting to the server over ssh either from cygwin(mintty) or a terminal on a Linux ...
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Transfer control of terminal process to a different emulator

How can I transfer running terminal session between PCs on-the-fly? I mean - I'd like to be able to transfer for example SSH session with running application to another PC lets say laptop, without ...
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screen -r and screen -list only show last screen

My problem is pretty much as the title describes it. I am running ssh session and on my server I screen for multitasking. My issue here is that I have at least 4 screens open and detached, but screen ...
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is thin client an ideal option for only ssh and internet services? [closed]

We are looking to upgrade the PCs in a department and the idea of thin clients came about. Can this be an ideal cost-effective option if we do not need any other applications besides the need to ...
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Install terminal application after installing minimal desktop Unity on Ubuntu Server

I installed Ubuntu server 14.04.. and to get a minimal desktop, I installed Unity desktop with the no-install-recommends option. The desktop was installed minimally but so is the terminal application ...
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Trouble connecting to Amazon EC2 over SSH via mac terminal

I'm having inexplicable trouble connecting to my EC2 instance. I'm using the below, and no solution seems to quite be working properly. Thank you very, very much for your time! ssh -v -i ...
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Over 1000 files in this folder c:\windows\system32\config\txr

Every now and then this issue arises, at some point (I think a remote login) to one of my terminal servers. I see at once a hard disk that's almost full, research showed me the contents of this folder ...
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create zip based on contents of a file list

I created a file with diff files diff-files.txt it has 6000+ file paths in it. Now I want want to create a zip based on those files. I know I can zip multiple files with: zip diffedfiles.zip file1 ...
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vsphere: 2 separate terminal windows

Simple issue. Is it possible in vSphere to view 2 separate terminal windows into the same VM? I know you can switch between terminal instances using ALT+Right/ALT+Left, but I can't find a way to be ...
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configuring command prompt in Asterisk CLI

I am trying to set up color prompt in asterisk CLI. In the documentation I have found this: %Cn[;n] Change terminal foreground (and optional background) color to specified. A full list of colors may ...
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Customizing PATH for .zshrc

In my user's composer folder I have 2 executables... $ ls ~/.composer/vendor/bin/ envoy homestead I'm attempting to modify my PATH variable for oh-my-zsh so that I don't have to customize the ...
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less doesn't work in LXC container

I'm experiencing some trouble running less and expect inside LXC container (whether using console or SSH) Expect won't work before I won't add an "interact" anywhere in the script, and less doesn't ...
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How to use ssh without knowing remote user's password? [closed]

I am trying to use ssh and login to a different mac (B) from my mac (A) but do not know B's password. Is there anyway of finding B's password or doing this without access to B?
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Windows Git Linux Tools - Prevent SSH timeout in terminal

I installed Git and included the Linux tools. They rock, except for the SSH times out after five or ten minutes when I am running in the console. It just freezes the terminal until I hit a few ...
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Automatically selecting default in Unix terminal

I'm aware that a command such as something -y will force a yes answer on any response back from the terminal, but I'm having problems with getting Ansible to automate the process of configuration. ...
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PuTTY typing its name into the console

I was doing a MySQL dump over SSH using Putty, and now it is just typing PuTTY over and over again into the console, Ctrl+C doesn't do anything. Does anyone know why this is happening?
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How to automaticly disconnect all terminal server?

I have 4 terminal servers in a cluster environment. I logged in a server and the RAM is at 100% percent. When I look there is 54 active session. I think one of the issue here is that there are many ...
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Docker attach to curses process

I'm trying to use docker attach to attach to curses-based graphical process: $ docker run --name irssi -it pandrew/irssi irssi When you detach from this process using ^P^Q and reattach with docker ...
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Closing the terminal with an open SSH session

I closed the terminal while still being logged in to a remote server during an SSH session (I didn't exit before closing the terminal). Could this damage the server? What consequences could there ...
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Is there a parallel SSH client with grid output similar to multitail [closed]

I've used multitail to monitor multiple log files on a single machine and displaying them in a "grid view" (2x3 or something similar). I was wondering if there is any such tool for SSH? Anything that ...
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Running commands using root in a loop [closed]

I`m following along this post : https://vpsboard.com/topic/4095-ipsecl2tp-vpn-on-ubuntu-1404/ in order to setup VPN Server in Ubunto, however when i come to this command : for vpn in ...