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Mar
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Mar
21
answered Is it possible to use 'dch -r' but NOT end up in an interactive editor?
Mar
21
asked Is it possible to use 'dch -r' but NOT end up in an interactive editor?
Mar
17
comment Recovering data from Private in an ecryptfs backup when the new home is also encrypted
@maco, as noted, that's a different question, which I'm happy to answer :-)
Mar
17
comment Obtain passphrase programatically before intial login with ecryptfs?
Actually, if I'm reading the question correctly, Tyler, they're trying to avoid the "initial login" which is required by the encrypted home setup, to snarf up the login password and encrypt the randomly generated mount passphrase.
Mar
17
revised Obtain passphrase programatically before intial login with ecryptfs?
fixed grammar
Mar
17
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Mar
17
answered Recovering data from Private in an ecryptfs backup when the new home is also encrypted
Mar
17
revised Obtain passphrase programatically before intial login with ecryptfs?
fixed some grammar
Mar
17
suggested approved edit on Obtain passphrase programatically before intial login with ecryptfs?
Mar
11
answered Byobu available updates broken on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS?
Mar
2
revised How do I reset Byobu's settings?
add byobu tag, fix english
Mar
2
revised Is there a terminal logout that does something like what GNU Screen does?
edited tags
Mar
2
revised What terminal emulators are available for heavy terminal users?
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Mar
2
suggested approved edit on How do I reset Byobu's settings?
Mar
2
answered Command line flag for mplayer to use hardware acceleration?
Mar
2
revised Ifconfig bandwidth tracking
note that the wraparound is for 32 bit only
Mar
2
suggested approved edit on Ifconfig bandwidth tracking
Feb
29
revised Recovering from a move of /home when it's encrypted (ecryptfs)
these commands probably need to need to be run as root
Feb
29
suggested approved edit on Recovering from a move of /home when it's encrypted (ecryptfs)