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Oct
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awarded  Popular Question
Sep
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May
16
comment How do I change the default shell used in Byobu (tmux)?
Thanks Dustin, I'm always super impressed that you hang around here! It's was the 'set -g default-command' bit I was missing in the end.. I didn't realise you needed the second configuration parameter for it to work.
May
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accepted How do I change the default shell used in Byobu (tmux)?
May
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asked How do I change the default shell used in Byobu (tmux)?
Jan
10
accepted Name a Byobu session?
Jan
10
answered Name a Byobu session?
Oct
17
comment Can Mouse Wheel Scrolling be enabled in Byobu
Hmm, that doesn't seem to work for me. Instead I get the whole terminal scrolling, making the byobu session disappear off the screen? Am I missing some additional setting somewhere? (Using gnome-terminal to ssh into server where byobu session is running)
Oct
12
asked Can Mouse Wheel Scrolling be enabled in Byobu
Oct
4
comment Name a Byobu session?
Your a star @J.F.Sebastian , that did the trick. You can even rename a session using byobu rename-session -t <original_name> <new_name>.
Oct
4
revised Name a Byobu session?
Added further details, and a possible solution. Still hoping for a more integrated solution however
Oct
4
comment Name a Byobu session?
Thanks for the suggestion, I've now tried byobu -S to no avail. It appears to work with tmux as the backend... Is there anything similar for tmux?
Oct
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revised Name a Byobu session?
edited title
Oct
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asked Name a Byobu session?
Apr
28
comment Recover Lost MediaWiki
That's really not very good on their part. If they're offering to retrieve anything, then to me the database should be the first thing? What kind of hosting was this? As for, where the database file is located.. Any number of places depending on what OS the system is running and how the hosting was set up.. as we're in a ubuntu Q&A, I believe it's usually in /var/lib/mysql as for how you can then use that file to restore from.. I have no idea.
Apr
27
answered Recover Lost MediaWiki
Apr
4
comment Unable to access the server via SSH?
What address are you using to connect to the server.. an internal IP (i.e. like 192.168.0.2 or 10.0.0.2), the WAN IP of local network (and then using a router/firewall to route the request to the server) (i.e. 86.10.117.176 or similar) or a domain name (like myserver.no-ip.info)?
Apr
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Apr
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comment Unable to access the server via SSH?
This should only be a problem if your routing the request through the outside world though right? If your on an LAN and connecting to using the LAN IP of the server, why would sshd check the reverse DNS entry?
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