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  1. Re: REAL:LY Quick and Easy Title Bar Button Side Switching

    Cool tip, thanks! :)

    It's worth mentioning that on Karmic, your command will get rid of the application menu/icon (at the left end of the titlebar), which I believe is there by default.

    To...
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    [ubuntu] Re: SSH only working in one-direction

    Hi thanks for the replies, sorry I haven't been about, to get back to it...



    No, a ping results in 100% packet loss.

    Yes it is on port 22, at least that's how it appears from the results of...
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    [ubuntu] Re: SSH only working in one-direction

    I stopped the firewall in Firestarter and tried again, but it didn't work.

    I'm not using denyhosts or fail2ban.


    rawny@rawny-server:~$ ssh rawny@rawny-desktop -vv
    OpenSSH_5.1p1...
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    [ubuntu] Re: SSH only working in one-direction

    Sorry, I should have explained that more clearly, I want to use cron on rawny-server to run a backup script automatically. It uses rsync to pull stuff across from rawny-desktop.

    I had this setup...
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    [ubuntu] Re: SSH only working in one-direction

    On rawny-desktop:

    rawny@rawny-desktop:~$ netstat -lnptu
    (Not all processes could be identified, non-owned process info
    will not be shown, you would have to be root to see it all.)
    Active...
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    [ubuntu] Re: SSH only working in one-direction

    openssh-server is installed on both machines.
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    [ubuntu] SSH only working in one-direction

    Hi there,

    I'm having some difficulty with SSH. My setup is as follows:

    rawny-desktop:
    - Karmic desktop edition
    - Behind a router, port 22 is being forwarded to this computer

    rawny-server:...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Restoring ~/.profile?

    Yeah fair enough, I copied the default one from /etc/skel and logged in fine, thanks a lot! :-)
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    [ubuntu] Restoring ~/.profile?

    Hi there,

    I'm fairly new to Ubuntu and I have, rather foolishly, managed to overwrite my ~/.profile file with my settings from the CompizConfig Settings Manager #-o

    I'm running Ubuntu 9.04...
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