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Nov
10
comment gnu screen + putty
same here @Buzzzz, but it does fix it for me. vim without screen, F1-12 keys work fine. under screen, i get: ^[[14something. Now, if i set my putty setting to "vt100+" (the linux setting did nothing) then i get F1-12 keys working on vim under screen.
Aug
2
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
12
comment How do I set the date format to ISO globally in Linux?
it is neither. "en" is English. the "DK" part is the country which sets things like currency symbols, date formats and decimal separators, etc. The first part is the language, which would determine month names.
Feb
12
comment How do I set the date format to ISO globally in Linux?
@pfalcon it is not "english in Denmark" as the abbreviations would make one believe, it is mock, which name is a joke that is lost to me... see the references from this freebsd bug, which unfortunately decided not to adopt it: freebsd.org/cgi/query-pr.cgi?pr=137870 that said, it may be very well that in Denmark everyone uses the ISO date formate tho.
Oct
14
accepted Rsync for generating daily backups, with some sort of history
Oct
14
asked Rsync for generating daily backups, with some sort of history
Nov
22
comment sshd ignores authorized_keys and keeps trying authorized_keys2
it was malformed. the above command was reporting a 5k instead a 2k RSA key size... somehow i managed to screw up a simple cat > twice
Nov
22
awarded  Scholar
Nov
22
accepted sshd ignores authorized_keys and keeps trying authorized_keys2
Nov
22
comment sshd ignores authorized_keys and keeps trying authorized_keys2
ok, i think it parses OK ssh-keygen -l -f ~/.ssh/authorized_keys does show the only key there as RSA
Nov
22
awarded  Editor
Nov
22
comment sshd ignores authorized_keys and keeps trying authorized_keys2
@lain you are correct... i will blame the lack of sleep. i read a 2 on the first log line that file was mentioned. Ok, so it's less weird now. Also, i recreate the keys and more carefully move pub to the server, nothing. any way i can parse that file? or make sshd log more verbose?
Nov
22
comment sshd ignores authorized_keys and keeps trying authorized_keys2
@ott-- added ssh -v host
Nov
22
revised sshd ignores authorized_keys and keeps trying authorized_keys2
added 2686 characters in body
Nov
22
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Nov
22
comment sshd ignores authorized_keys and keeps trying authorized_keys2
it has only one key. it's practically cat id_rsa.pub > authorized_keys... don't know what can go wrong. also, it checks for authorized_keys2 twice, before caring about authorized_keys and then go right back to checking authorized_keys2. it's weird.
Nov
22
comment sshd ignores authorized_keys and keeps trying authorized_keys2
standard gentoo from linode, no selinux as far as i can tell. permissions are ok. home dir, .ssh, and auth file are only readable by user xxx[uid=1000]
Nov
22
asked sshd ignores authorized_keys and keeps trying authorized_keys2
Dec
19
comment Replacing Hard Drives
my desktop usage also happens to have 100% of failure on <1yr drivers, and >6yr drivers being retired for lack of usefulness
Aug
12
comment Apache heavy load VIRT vs RES memory
why it can run far more then 256 apache processes? i have applications that 8Gb can run around 8 only.