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comment installing libssl-dev in fedora7
Thanks for the clarification :)
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comment create an append log for a detached screen session
Just to improve this answer, what I noticed is that the log file will be named screenlog.N where N represents the screen session. If you only have one screen session, it will be named screenlog.0 and it is placed in $HOME
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comment monitoring dual boot machines in nagios
Thanks. I'll forward this to our IT Staff. This would surely help :)
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comment Secure way to mount a password protected cifs share in mac
@SvenW I thought it works. Tried even putting it on ~/Library/Preferences/nsmb.conf and it was still asking for a password. Sorry, I got confused earlier as I had other shares from the same server with the same authentication :(
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comment Secure way to mount a password protected cifs share in mac
thanks for your suggestion. I would consider that when we do use afp later. For now, having the username and password simplifies things for me.
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comment Secure way to mount a password protected cifs share in mac
@SvenW, I tried your approach and but instead used /etc/nsmb.conf since it is the global config file. It worked great! Thanks. +1 for you :)
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