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bio website aaronstacy.com
location Lafayette, IN
age 29
visits member for 4 years, 11 months
seen May 8 '13 at 20:09
i'm new graduate of Purdue's computer engineering program, i currently work at UT's Applied Research Lab, and i'm a former sergeant in the marine corps

Apr
22
accepted Installing Linux kernel 2.6.25.14 on RHEL 5.4
Apr
22
asked Installing Linux kernel 2.6.25.14 on RHEL 5.4
Mar
22
accepted Enabling publickey authentication for server's sshd
Mar
22
answered Enabling publickey authentication for server's sshd
Mar
15
awarded  Editor
Mar
15
revised Enabling publickey authentication for server's sshd
added 137 characters in body
Mar
15
asked Enabling publickey authentication for server's sshd
Jan
15
accepted make noise on redhat when command is finished
Jan
15
asked make noise on redhat when command is finished
Jan
14
accepted unix user alias
Jan
14
asked unix user alias
Dec
9
accepted Execute rsync command over ssh with an ssh agent via crontab
Dec
9
comment Execute rsync command over ssh with an ssh agent via crontab
all i needed was to source the SSH_AUTH_SOCK and SSH_AGENT_PID env variables (i put them in .ssh-agent instead of .ssh/agent/) so this was what i ended up with: "0 9 * * * . $HOME/.ssh-agent && rsync -av $HOME/mydir remote_machine:"
Dec
9
comment Execute rsync command over ssh with an ssh agent via crontab
so do i put all of the agent stuff in a script followed by the rsync command, or can i put that in some .profile or .bashrc file that cron loads automatically when it starts a shell for a cronjob?
Dec
9
asked Execute rsync command over ssh with an ssh agent via crontab
Dec
9
awarded  Supporter
Oct
15
asked execute switch command over ssh
Oct
9
comment execute su -c over ssh
as I specified "I cannot use sudo"
Oct
8
comment execute su -c over ssh
as I specified "I cannot use sudo"
Oct
8
awarded  Scholar