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    [ubuntu] Re: Arrow Keys Don't Work in Screen

    Edit: It works now. I closed the terminal, and reattached the session. Everything seems fixed now. Very strange...
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    [ubuntu] [SOLVED]Arrow Keys Don't Work in Screen

    I've got a strange problem. Hopefully, someone can help me out.....

    For some reason, my arrow keys do not work in vi, less, more if I'm in a screen session. The problem started when I upgraded to...
  3. Thread: VNC problems

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    [ubuntu] Re: VNC problems

    There's a few ways to kinda do what you want. First requires you ssh tunnel your VNC connection, and is really easy to set up. The second way will do what you want, but not quite.

    1st Way:
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    [ubuntu] Re: Roadrunner, SSH, and VNC

    As far as I'm aware, there's really no way around it. You can check it out for yourself, as well as read about other VNC servers here:

    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VNC#VNC%20Servers
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    [ubuntu] Re: Remove password authentication for SSH?

    Do you have a passphrase set for your keys (I'm not sure if ssh does it automatically) ?

    If you don't, run:

    $ssh-keygen -p
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    [ubuntu] Re: Roadrunner, SSH, and VNC

    Theres a bunch of guides to help you out.

    First of all, I'm guessing that you have a router somewhere in you connection, cuz you need a DHCP server somewhere.

    To open up port 22 find out the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Help on new modem installation

    I'm assuming your modem has a built in gateway. If you run "route", you should see a ip address under gateway. In your case, it'll most likely be 192.168.0.1 or similar. If you type that IP address...
  8. Thread: VNC problems

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    [ubuntu] Re: VNC problems

    Installing ssh server is super easy, although there's a few steps you should take to keep it secure. Here's a guide on getting ssh up and running:
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    [ubuntu] Re: VNC problems

    Try ssh'ing into the box and make sure vncserver is running.

    Do a
    $ps aux | grep vncserver

    If vncserver is running, it'll show up.
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    [ubuntu] Re: SSH Tunneling VNC

    Oh snap. I just solved my problem.

    I woke up today and had an epiphany. Why not try pinging my box from the remote box? So, I ssh'ed to the VNCSERVER box and pinged my box. Hallelujah! It...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Trying to install DD-WRT.. very confused

    Went to the DD-WRT website, then to supported devices, found this link:
    http://www.bitsum.com/openwiking/owbase/ow.asp?WRT54G5_CFE

    Should be of help to you.
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    [ubuntu] [SOLVED] SSH Tunneling VNC

    Ok, I've searched this everywhere, and I've found a few guides, but most of them deal with using Windows for one machine and another on this site used reverse tunneling. Coupled with the fact that I...
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