Linux stuff

Here is an assortment of Linux-related tips and tricks. If you鈥檙e tired of hitting your SSH password over and over again, you might want to take a look at this guide: SSH Public Key Authentication. If you鈥檙e a Technion student taking the Matam course, you should definitely check out the Matam Guide. Here is a list of lectures I鈥檝e given in Haifux: Lightning Talks 2005 (w/Many others) LIRC - Infrared Remote Control (w/Alon Altman) WiFi in Linux The VIM Editor for beginners (Rerun of Shlomi鈥檚 lecture) FatNS - How to develop a DNS forensics tool (w/Boaz Goldstein) Linux for CS Students - a Primer Linux for CS Students - Debugging If you鈥檙e with a russian keyboard and need a stress sign, try /russian-stress....

March 23, 2013 路 1 min 路 Ohad Lutzky

SSH public key authentication

If you find yourself logging into SSH servers a lot, you might find this tip useful - you鈥檒l only need to type your password once per session. But first, let鈥檚 set the default username (so you don鈥檛 have to tell SSH what user you are every time): $ cd ~ $ mkdir .ssh $ chmod 700 .ssh $ cat >> .ssh/config Host User slutzky Ctrl-D $ Now, create a public/private key pair for SSH, like so:...

March 23, 2013 路 2 min 路 Ohad Lutzky

Russian stress mark

This is a handy little page for copying the stress mark (acute mark) to clipboard. Useful if your Russian keyboard doesn't support it. 虂 function copyIt() { document.getElementById('copyBuffer').select(); document.execCommand('copy'); } Copy

1 min 路 Ohad Lutzky