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There seems to be more than one issue: 1. Bug #1276348 ssh-agent is missing in backintime-kde in versions <= 1.0.34. Please install this patch with sudo patch /usr/bin/backintime-kde4 < backintime-kde4.diff 2. sudo vs. kdesudo sudo doesn't change $HOME but kdesudo does. $ sudo env | grep ^HOME HOME=/home/germar $ kdesudo env | grep ^HOME ...


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Your error message is caused by sudo being owned by deployer, in addition, the rights are set incorrectly. To fix the permissions, try something like chmod 4755 /usr/bin/sudo, as you own sudo currently. To fix the ownership, you need to run chown root:root /usr/bin/sudo ...but you might need to be root for that. Unless you have +s set on /bin/chown, and ...


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You can try vim scp://remoteuser@server.tld//path/to/document More info and examples


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You can also install sshfs Running the following commands: sudo apt-get install sshfs sudo modprobe fuse sudo addgroup yourlocalusername fuse mkdir servermountfolder sshfs yourusername@server:/path/to/file/ servermountfolder Will mount the remote server into the servermountfolder on your desktop pc. Where you can easily edit the file directly with any ...


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It's very disappointing to me that I can ask a question (with such a simple solution) on a forum with a huge community base and get no answers. In hopes that someone else needing answers will come across this post, I'm telling you all how I came about my solution. The init.d scripts combined with update-rc.d were unsuccessful in rendering my desired system ...



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