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I am a scripting language connoisseur, regular expression aficionado, network geek, general lover of Linux and a frequent contributor to open source software. I transitioned to programming from other work because I was too busy automating my own work environment to actually do the other work. I have a hobby interest in cartography. For more see my personal site. Most importantly, my life is defined by the grace of God given to men through Jesus Christ. It is my ambition that everything I do would reflect His glory and point people towards Him.


Jun
23
comment Tuning Ubuntu for Java
I think you will find this question is far too general for a QnA site that focus on things with definite answers. "Maximum robustness" doesn't really mean anything, isn't that what most operating systems all strive to be? Also, please take more care when asking questions to properly capitalize and punctuate, otherwise people won't want to take the time to study your question.
Jun
23
revised Tuning Ubuntu for Java
Removed TIA, see http://tinyurl.com/so-hints; Also, please capitalize!
Jun
23
revised Correct way of using the --remove-files option with TAR
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Jun
23
answered Correct way of using the --remove-files option with TAR
Jun
23
answered listing of all Apache virtual hosts in one place
Jun
23
comment Tagging does not work with the Subversion plugin
Also, it seems you already asked another question related to this. Since this one does not actually include the question I can't tell for sure, but it seems like they are asking about the same problem. Please just edit the first one to combine any useful data from this one. Using the promote builds plugin to tag subversion repository in jenkins
Jun
23
comment Tagging does not work with the Subversion plugin
Please edit this question to actually include the question. Do not send people offsite to read somebody elses question to even find out what you are trying to ask.
Jun
23
revised Tagging does not work with the Subversion plugin
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Jun
23
revised Multiple custom redirects with apache
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Jun
23
revised General steps to take to fix 503 on my server
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Jun
22
awarded  Enlightened
Jun
22
comment Why do consoles sometimes hang forever when SSH connection breaks?
Of course it's in the man page :) I only used the word secret because the OP did, and I was using tongue in cheek. The problem with this feature is that people don't know where to look for it, they expect control characters and such signals to be part of the shell or such. Once you know where to look or even what to ask, of course it's there.
Jun
22
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
22
comment Why do consoles sometimes hang forever when SSH connection breaks?
@Chris Lercher: I found some guys referencing this in an osx terminal ssh client, so I think the sequence is the same for you, but it is possible to start ssh with the -e flag to set a different character of your preference.
Jun
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revised Why do consoles sometimes hang forever when SSH connection breaks?
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Jun
22
comment Why do consoles sometimes hang forever when SSH connection breaks?
@voretaq7: No I wasn't that smart, but when somebody did clue me in I went "Really? So that's what was happening all those times my shell just went BANG! for no reason when I was typing?". It's not a common sequence except in mistypes of the one you mention, but it can happen.
Jun
22
comment Why do consoles sometimes hang forever when SSH connection breaks?
On my keyboard it's a combination too, Shift+` ... and I am able to do it from other keyboard where tilde is in an altgr key, but it should work. You only have to hit the keys in order, those are not a combination to be pressed at the same time. Three keys in sequence.
Jun
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revised Why do consoles sometimes hang forever when SSH connection breaks?
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Jun
22
comment Why do consoles sometimes hang forever when SSH connection breaks?
Your suggestion about screen is fine, but the first bit is actually not applicable to the issue. You don't need to get keys through to the remote side, you only have to get them through to the LOCAL ssh client! The OP want's his local shell back including history. SSH takes it over and doesn't respond to normal break sequences like CTRL-C because it passes those on. There is a way to get through and terminate the local client, see my answer. History on the local end is usually kept anyway if you login again, depending on shell configuration.
Jun
22
answered Why do consoles sometimes hang forever when SSH connection breaks?