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comment How to write a path with dots in sshd_config
Exactly, the dot is not the problem.
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comment How to write a path with dots in sshd_config
I don't know why but I changed the permissions recursively to 755 and now is working. No need to escape anything.
Oct
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comment How to write a path with dots in sshd_config
I have OpenSSH 6.1p1
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comment How to write a path with dots in sshd_config
CentOS 5.6 and no, this is not the user $HOME in /etc/passwd.
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comment How to write a path with dots in sshd_config
Yes, it could be a solution. But is it no a way to just use that path?
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comment How to write a path with dots in sshd_config
Hi. Because I have many scripts pointing to that path.
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answered Issue with maximum row size in MySQL
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comment Issue with maximum row size in MySQL
Thanks @korkman for your answer, my fields were already defined as text when the problem ocurred. I'm going to watch your link suggestions.
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accepted Make cron log work again?