@aral you mention ` # Make rm a little safer (have it prompt once when deleting
# more than three files or when deleting recursively).`
Have you not already learned yourself to automatically do the right keystrokes everytime?
@jpmens At some point there will be a convergence on one or two standards that services 99.9% percent of the usecases
"If someone does "servers pool.ntp.org trusted", we're going to have a great laugh."
I have also published the slides of my #systemd #nspawn talk: https://blog.lieter.nl/presentations/plexis-NLUUG-fall-2019-systemd-nspawn.pdf
Y'all watch this seriously. Great job @aral
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Awesome #ssh trick I just learned!
You can give a specific known hosts file for a Host block of systems that you connect to.
This is especially helpful if you are regularly involved in a re-occuring event where you re-use hostnames but not the keys; or for temp installs, etc, etc.
(and while I'm at it, one more)
Match host *.ipv6.example.net,ipv6.example.org !exec "route -q -n get -inet6 %h"
This will do a route lookup, to see if you have direct ipv6 access to the hosts. If it fails ("!exec"), then it will automatically add the ProxyJump command.
the above route command is intended for #openbsd, you may need to adjust it for your OS
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