Tag Archives: bash
Here are the steps necessary in order to have the SFTP subsystem of the SSH (secure shell) daemon log operations on disk. 1. edit /etc/ssh/sshd_confing and look for the line: Uncomment it and update it as follows: -l INFO instructs the sftp server subsystem of the sshd daemon to log events, while -f LOCAL6 tells it […]
If you happen to have fun from time to time with *nix shells, and bash in particular, you’ve probably noticed that the command history will soon fill itself up with same-sort-of-commands such the usual ‘ls -la’, ‘uptime’, ‘df -ah’, etc.
A year and a half in this pandemic and the solution to curb the spread of infections remains lockdowns. Pretty sad.
Doesn't look like I'll miss anything of what's being removed.
Here's my conversation with Konstantin Batygin (@kbatygin), planetary astrophysicist at Caltech, about the search for Planet 9 in the outer regions of our solar system. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tm7poMupE8k