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Freelance web developer, undergraduate of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics studying major in computer science and engineering informatics, editor of the Hungarian web development community journal Weblabor. Most interested in semantics, language, communication itself, also in love with typography and literature.


Sep
11
comment SSH login with no authentication
I could use keys, but there's no need for authentication in the specific situation, so why bother. It’s just unnecessary added complexity (even if it is minor).
Sep
11
comment SSH login with no authentication
As for the downvoters: I would like to see some justification how is my question “not showing any research effort; is not being clear or not being useful”. @NathanC, Magellan, John, SvW, EEAA: care to elaborate how is the question off-topic?
Sep
11
comment SSH login with no authentication
@Navern thanks, why not an answer? Also, please see my comments at Blake R’s.
Sep
11
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Sep
11
comment SSH login with no authentication
Note: I have added some system details to the question.
Sep
11
comment SSH login with no authentication
I have done so, but it still does not let me in. (PermitRootLogin was already set, and I’m able to log in by setting a password. sshd was restarted.) Do you have any idea what further steps should I take?
Sep
11
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Sep
11
comment SSH login with no authentication
No, I don’t want to use keys.
Sep
11
asked SSH login with no authentication
Feb
23
comment Running services from GNU Screen
Btw, I would be interested in the reason of the downvote on the question. Is that it does „not show any research effort; it is unclear or not useful”?
Feb
23
comment Running services from GNU Screen
Thank you for the answer. I will check out Upstart (or init), I was just searching for the easiest way. Is nohup with redirection enough to secure the running of the process?
Feb
23
comment Running services from GNU Screen
@AndrewB I was talking about all the steps described in en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daemon_(computing)#Creation I thought I was specific enough: Screen seems to be a solution to the problem, but I never heard of anyone using it to run a service, so there may be something which makes it insufficient for the job and I’m not aware of.
Feb
18
comment Running services from GNU Screen
@TomO'Connor It’s an Ubuntu 12.04
Feb
17
asked Running services from GNU Screen
Jan
6
comment rsync copies unmodified files between different file systems
It was the lack of the -t switch… -c worked as well, of course. Thank you.
Jan
6
accepted rsync copies unmodified files between different file systems
Jan
6
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Jan
6
comment rsync copies unmodified files between different file systems
@JoelESalas I added it to the question.
Jan
6
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