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Wow, didn't really expect you to read this far down. The latest iteration of the site is in open beta. It's a gentle open beta-- not in prime-time just yet. It's being hosted over at UpGuard (link) and you are more than welcome to give it a shot. Couple things:
Also works with:
chgrp --reference file1 file2
chown --reference file1 file2
(Useful when firewalls prevent you from using NTP.)
ssh_config is the system-wide configuration file for ssh.
For per-user configuration, which allows for different settings for each host:
echo 'ServerAliveInterval 60' >> ~/.ssh/ssh_config
echo 'ServerAliveInterval 60' >> ~/.ssh/config
echo 'ServerAliveInterval 60' >> ~/etc/ssh_config
Change the file location in the second half of the string to the exact file location of your chosen picture.
Enables widgets to be placed onto the desktop. Click and hold the widget and press F12 to drag it onto the desktop. Repeat the process again to drag a widget back onto the dashboard. You may need to log off or restart for it to take effect.
This line removes the 300k header from a Nero image file converting it to ISO format
If you want to check that the spoof worked, type the same command as earlier:
ifconfig en1 | grep ether
Now you will see:
For the wired ethernet port:
sudo ifconfig en0 ether 00:e2:e3:e4:e5:e6