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comment Is it possible to change the SSH_AUTH_SOCK path?
Exactly. The downside is that, as you already pointed out, it will only work for that iTerm2 session and not for other GUI apps.
Mar
19
comment Is it possible to change the SSH_AUTH_SOCK path?
The problem is not configuring my environment, but more starting the ssh-agent with the correct path.
Mar
19
answered Is it possible to change the SSH_AUTH_SOCK path?
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Feb
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26
comment MacBook Pro going to sleep by itself because of watchdog daemon
(just awarded you the bounty... at lest you get the full amount) my sleep settings are: gist.github.com/GaretJax/f92349df402730ec8ded
Feb
25
comment MacBook Pro going to sleep by itself because of watchdog daemon
Thanks for the additional info. We have a couple of issues here: 1. My system should NOT got to sleep. 2. You're right that it doesn't restart, but that's just because I have an open application or such stopping it. By the time it gets there, it has already closed 5-10 other apps though... pretty annoying. Edit: the sleep thing is ok, I fixed it.
Feb
25
comment MacBook Pro going to sleep by itself because of watchdog daemon
Beside, my problem is with the system restarting, not sleeping. :( Here is a screenshot of the logs around the time when the system tries to shut down: cl.ly/image/0G1Z1817010O as you can see, there is a 1-hour with no entries (here is another one from this morning cl.ly/image/2O2l3F0V3p2f). It looks like that the system got to sleep, but it is configured not to, and when I come back to the machine, I always discover that it actually tried to shut down (and some open application prevented it).
Feb
25
comment MacBook Pro going to sleep by itself because of watchdog daemon
Thanks for the additional info. In fact I disabled watchdogd using launchctl and there where no more log entries related to it, but the issue happened again.
Feb
23
comment MacBook Pro going to sleep by itself because of watchdog daemon
And no, no file servers.
Feb
23
comment MacBook Pro going to sleep by itself because of watchdog daemon
It only happens when I'm away from the computer for a while. So no way to tell if it hangs. I also searched the whole disk for a watchdog.conf file and didn't found anything.
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