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Reddit: Need a little help with connecting via ssh into my pi

Friday 20th of June 2014 05:23:23 PM

I'm having a bit of an issue setting up ssh into my pi box and was wondering if someone could help me out. On my local network it works flawlessly but I keep getting connection refused over the internet.

Here is what I've done so far:

Have my pi assigned to a static ip

Changed /etc/ssh/sshd_config to listen to port 245

Set up my port forwarding on my router

updated the iptables using:

iptables -A INPUT -i eth0 -p tcp --dport 245 -m state --state NEW,ESTABLISHED -j ACCEPT

and

iptables -A OUTPUT -o eth0 -p tcp --sport 245 -m state --state ESTABLISHED -j ACCEPT

I try to connect using ssh pi@ex.tern.al.IP -p 245 and get connection refused.

I've been at this for a while now and I'm out of ideas. Any help would be appreciated.

submitted by Gamage04
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LXer: Some patients are eager to share their personal data

Friday 20th of June 2014 05:21:02 PM
While many researchers encounter no privacy-based barriers to releasing data, those working with human participants, such as doctors, psychologists, and geneticists, have a difficult problem to surmount. How do they reconcile their desire to share data, allowing their analyses and conclusions to be verified, with the need to protect participant privacy? It's a dilemma we've talked about before on the blog (see: Open Data and IRBs, Privacy and Open Data). A new project, Open Humans, seeks to resolve the issue by finding patients who are willing—even eager—to share their personal data.read more

TuxMachines: Prepare to Say Good Bye to Ubuntu 13.10 Saucy Salamander

Friday 20th of June 2014 05:19:24 PM

Canonical is preparing to pull the plug on Ubuntu 13.10 (Saucy Salamander), the operating system that was launched only nine months ago.

Ubuntu 13.10 (Saucy Salamander) was released on October 17, 2013 and the developers from Canonical have announced right from the start that they intend to only provide support for nine months.

This latest announcement finally corrects the support period for all the Ubuntu OSes. After Canonical switched from 18 months to 9 months of support, some unusual situations were created with the upgrade path, but now everything is in order...

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TuxMachines: Kubuntu: KDE Applications and Development Platform 4.13.2

Friday 20th of June 2014 05:14:42 PM

Packages for the release of KDE SC 4.13.2 are available for Kubuntu 12.04LTS, 13.10 and our development release. You can get them from the Kubuntu Backports PPA.

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LinuxToday: ​How to Try Firefox OS Apps on Android

Friday 20th of June 2014 05:00:00 PM

Lifehacker: Much like Google Chrome, Firefox supports webapps—the OS and apps are built with the same technology—and this is how you can bring Firefox OS to Android.

Phoronix: Goat Simulator Now In Beta On Linux

Friday 20th of June 2014 04:30:14 PM
The comical Goat Simulator game is finally in beta for Linux and OS X gamers...

LXer: How to speed up directory navigation in a Linux terminal

Friday 20th of June 2014 04:23:51 PM
As useful as navigating through directories from the command line is, rarely anything has become as frustrating as repeating over and over "cd ls cd ls cd ls ..." If you are not a hundred percent sure of the name of the directory you want to go to next, you have to use ls. Then […]Continue reading...The post How to speed up directory navigation in a Linux terminal appeared first on Xmodulo.Related FAQs:How to make spreadsheets in a Linux terminal What is a good terminal emulator on Linux? How to mount a remote directory over ssh on Linux How to version control /etc directory in Linux How to record and replay a terminal session on Linux

Reddit: Gnome By Groupon

Friday 20th of June 2014 04:21:51 PM

TuxMachines: New Intel DRM Code For Linux 3.17 Works On PSR, SOix Sleep State

Friday 20th of June 2014 03:44:48 PM

While the Linux 3.16 kernel is still many weeks away from being released, Intel's Open-Source Technology Center already has some new code for testing that will ultimately end up in Linux 3.17.

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TuxMachines: A Linux distribution for science geeks

Friday 20th of June 2014 03:39:21 PM

The reason you are reading an article on Fedora Scientific during Open Source Week is obvious. Outlined here are the benefits of using Fedora Scientific for scientific work. I encourage you to use Fedora Scientific and help make it better.

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TuxMachines: WEEKLY PLASMA 5 LIVE ISO

Friday 20th of June 2014 03:34:21 PM

With KDE Frameworks 5 and Plasma 5 not too far away our awesome Blue Systems build crew now increased the cadence at which we publish new Neon 5 Live ISO images for you to test.

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TuxMachines: FlightGear 3.0 Is the Most Advanced Simulator on Linux and It's Completely Free

Friday 20th of June 2014 03:27:45 PM

FlightGear 3.0, an open source flight simulator that supports a variety of popular platforms and is developed by skilled volunteers from around the world, is available for download.

FlightGear aims to create a sophisticated and open flight simulator framework for use in research or academic environments, pilot training, or as an industry engineering tool. This is probably the only simulation of its kind on the Linux platform, especially in terms of complexity...

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LXer: A Linux distribution for science geeks

Friday 20th of June 2014 03:26:40 PM
Fedora Scientific is a Linux distribution specifically designed for enabling open science. It is a Fedora spin targeted at users whose work involves scientific and numerical computing. Perhaps like other Fedora spins, it was conceived out of a simple need: the need to avoid constantly installing the same software on a fresh Linux installation.read more

TuxMachines: Enlightenment's Edje Has A Nice, Easy-To-Use Theme Editor Under Development

Friday 20th of June 2014 02:53:27 PM

Edje is the library within the Enlightenment realm that seperates the UI from the application and allows for skinning the UI to easily change the GUI of Enlightenment applications. For encouraging skinning of apps and making it easier to handle, Eflete is under development as a new Enlightenment program to serve as a theme editor for Edje.

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Reddit: Help with working out what tools to use?

Friday 20th of June 2014 02:52:01 PM

So, I was handed a challenge outside my normal area today.

I need to download the same file, from multiple destination websites, using multiple paths. Some of these paths will be proxied, some will be direct. Repeating the process every X minutes.

Then, I need to record the logs of each download, dump the logs to a spreadsheet style form, and use that to create a graph of performance.

I've already got a bash script using wget to pull all the files down, and append the output of each wget to a log file.

The problem comes here. The only way I can figure out how to get the data out of the raw text is to manually cat each file, grep out the specific data I need, and copy/paste it into LibreOffice. From there, I can build a pivot table from the data in LibreOffice.

But, as I'm sitting here doing it, I figure this has to be just about the worst way to accomplish what I'm trying to do.

So, I figured I'd ping you lovely folks. See if you've got suggestions on how I may streamline what I'm attempting to do.

Alternately, if this would be better suited for /r/programing, please let me know that as well.

submitted by Rebootkid
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Reddit: Which file in an XFCE theme affects the window buttons, and the hover affect over other panel buttons?

Friday 20th of June 2014 02:51:46 PM

I've been working with XFCE on a Debian VM in my spare time. I know themes are stored in

/home/<username>/.themes

I want to know where in a theme are the settings for panel related settings such as the button hover state, and window button color.

I don't want to change the settings for my current configuration. I want to know what file in a theme ordinarily has the settings mentioned above.

Thanks

submitted by s_w_
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TuxMachines: Logitech Isn't Yet Fully Supporting Linux

Friday 20th of June 2014 02:49:48 PM

Outside of Logitech, there's many Linux users that have come up with several different open-source utilities for supporting Logitech under Linux. For most of these apps the hardware support is limited to the few keyboards/mice that the developer owns, but it isn't too hard reverse-engineering a USB keyboard for others to help out and contribute.

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TuxMachines: Nouveau Re-Clocking Is Way Faster, Shows Much Progress For Open-Source NVIDIA

Friday 20th of June 2014 02:44:18 PM

While the support is still experimental and isn't intended for end-users, here are some fresh benchmarks of the Nouveau driver DRM code for Linux 3.16 when re-clocked.

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