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Firstly ask your parents to turn on your iPad and connect it to the local network. If you have remote administration on your router you'll be able to do the next steps yourself, else you'll need your parents to do it. Login to your router's administration page Get the external IP address of your router (if you can set up dynDNS this will make your life ...


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For now, I'm going to just configure the computer to login automatically at boot. Instructions for Mountain Lion and Yosemite. If anyone knows how to configure this via the Terminal, rather than System Preferences, I'd prefer that solution.


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In reproducing this to investigate, I notice that I have my keychain configured to “Confirm before allowing access.” So when I perform the find-internet-password locally with the -g flag, I get a dialog box stating security wants to use your confidential information stored in “smtp.gmail.com” in your keychain. If I click “Allow” then it works, if I click ...


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I ran into this same exact issue. My system log reflected: /var/empty must be owned by root and not group or world-writable Going to Disk Utility > Macintosh HD > Repair Disk Permissions reset the permissions of /var/empty and solved the problem for me.


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You could do this basically in two possible ways without tweaking plist files: If you always use bash in the terminal and you want to enable that, set the path to your socket global in /etc/bashrc for all users: export SSH_AUTH_SOCK=${HOME}/.ssh-agent.sock Set the SSH_AUTH_SOCK variable in the users .bashrc skript. Same way as in no. 1. So whenever a ...


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I ended up with the following plist: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple Computer//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd"> <plist version="1.0"> <dict> <key>Label</key> <string>org.openbsd.ssh-agent</string> ...


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Date 1st impact Identify as best as you can the date of 1st attack. Because all the backup after this date are corrupted and can't be trusted. (By the way, no need to make a backup of a potentially dangerous system.) Look at the oldest log in /var/log/system.log showing abnormal ssh access, i.e. from an IP you weren't at. Damage size Once you have ...


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It turns out that I did I was being denied access, so I spoke to IT at school and got access. Thank you everyone for your help.


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A bit late to answer, but maybe it still helps someone. I had the same problem, turns out you need to use -L instead of -R: autossh -M 5122 -L 5432:localhost:5432 <user>@<myhost>


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You can suspend and then kill the ssh process that's hung up. To do this you have to issue the escape sequence, suspend the ssh process, and then use kill -9 to kill that process. The default escape key for the ssh that ships with OS X the ~ character. You have to enter it immediately after a new line for ssh to respect it. And then the key sequence ...


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I assume your working directory is ~/.ssh/ when you run ssh-add, ls and xattr. I suspect there is a subdirectory named dev (i.e., ~/.ssh/dev/). Check for it with ls -lFd dev. ls normally lists the contents of a directory. Adding the -d option lists a directory as a directory itself. Further, I suspect that there is a file, ~/.ssh/dev/dev which is what ls ...


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Taken wholesale from this SuperUser.com question and answer... The issue is that the shell on the remote host is configured to send an escape sequence to set the terminal window title. This is a fairly common setup. The solutions mentioned in the blog post you linked to are correct. The simplest and most direct solution is to configure that same remote ...



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