Posts Tagged ‘key

Today using the version of Pidgin that came with Fedora 10 I received the following certificate prompt: Accept certificate for ows.messenger.msn.com? The root certificate this one claims to be issued by is unknown to Pidgin. The majority of cases of unknown certificate issuers are due to the chain of trust breaking down. This break down […]

I wondered why sometimes the Home and End keys work as expected during a SSH session via PuTTY and some other times it just writes tildes (~) instead. When writing long commands it is a real annoyance having to press down the left arrow to get back to the beginning of the command. A simple […]

I have wanted to set up password less access to my SSH servers for several years, but due to laziness mainly have never got around to actually completing the process. Just now I accessed one of my hosting accounts without any password and it actually felt quite good. It is one of these things that […]


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