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Dec
30
revised How to login to remote server using ssh with script in ubuntu terminal
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Dec
30
comment How to login to remote server using ssh with script in ubuntu terminal
No. I have copied this code from here. I guess changing this to just ssh y will work as well.
Dec
30
answered How to login to remote server using ssh with script in ubuntu terminal
Dec
30
answered Is it fine if I Dual Boot Windows 8.1 And Ubuntu. My hard disk space is 500gbonly
Dec
14
awarded  Enlightened
Dec
14
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
5
comment Squid3 fails to start on boot
Check /var/log/syslog as well. For me, squid3 was failing becase I have wrote include /home/user/.squid at the end of /etc/squid3/squid.conf, but my home dir was not accessible by squid3. I ended up putting my stuff into /etc/squid3/squid.conf instead.
Nov
5
revised How do I stop “Failure to download extra data files” error with pepflashplugininstaller?
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Nov
4
comment How do I stop “Failure to download extra data files” error with pepflashplugininstaller?
I'm on Ubuntu 12.10.
Nov
4
answered How do I stop “Failure to download extra data files” error with pepflashplugininstaller?
Oct
25
comment How to zero out a drive?
@Andy, no, I don't. Unless if this anyone is not smart enough to read the question.
Oct
8
comment Android ROM building. Issue with JDK
possible duplicate of How can I remove my current JDK and install default JDK?
Oct
4
awarded  Yearling
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
19
comment Login as root in shell
@terdon Agree. Thanks, updated.
Sep
19
revised Login as root in shell
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Sep
18
comment Login as root in shell
Furthermore, it's already second time when you are stating additional conditions for your question. Stop doing that and mention everything you want in your question! Otherwise, how the hell people can guess what's in your head?
Sep
18
comment Login as root in shell
My answer does exactly whay you want, as described in your question. Furthermore, this is contradictory what you have asked: you want to get into root on every terminal start, but you want to keep password for sudo for particular user? What is the reason of having the password for sudo, if the terminal will always be in root anyways?
Sep
18
revised Login as root in shell
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Sep
18
answered Login as root in shell