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  1. Anyone interested in learning Rust? I'm forming a study group of sorts.

    I'd like to get into Rust. But frankly, I find learning languages on my own to be kind of ineffective. So here's a proposal for anyone who shares my interest in Mozilla's new language.
    We find a...
  2. Re: Clarification on the role of development libraries and runtime binaries.

    That's enlightening. Am I getting this correctly if I take your answer to mean that development libraries are primarily useful in the following scenarios?

    - you want to statically compile select...
  3. Clarification on the role of development libraries and runtime binaries.

    Hi,

    I'm dabbling with a project that requires a library that is either pre-installed or that is shipped. Specifically, PySDL2 and SDL2. I'd like to ship the SDL2 library rather than assuming that...
  4. [all variants] Re: Inconsistent results when using SSH for local port forwarding

    Hi Papibe,

    Looks like that did the trick. I hadn't come across dynamic port forwarding before yet. I'm a bit surprised that it's the recommended solution to this kind of problem, given that it...
  5. [all variants] Re: Inconsistent results when using SSH for local port forwarding

    I'm trying to figure out how port forwarding works by going over a few use cases. Right now, I'm trying to simulate a setup where I'd like to do some secure browsing through a remote machine. I don't...
  6. [all variants] Inconsistent results when using SSH for local port forwarding

    Hi,

    I'm trying to test my understanding of port forwarding and there's an issue that currently has me stumped. I've installed the OpenSSH client and daemon on my local machine and I'd like to try...
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