A couple days ago was getting updates/upgrades. SSH was one of them. Terminal showed downloading etc and then came up with message about mine already being set and asked if wanted to leave it that recommended default was yes. So I said leave my settings. Then it went ahead with the installations. Now my question is that since it's leaving the settings as I had them did it put the new one under a different name in the SSH folder? I'm showing ssh_config and also a ssh_config.dpkg-dist. Would the latter be the upgrade and I would go in and uncomment to match what I have and leave the rest of it commented out? I've always thought that it was the sshd_config that we usually messed with on the settings although I did go into the ssh_config to make sure that it matched what I have in the sshd_config. Or when I said to leave at my settings it didn't put anything in the ssh folder?
I just noticed that Debian put virtualbox back into the repos in testing. So got it reinstalled again. Decided to venture over to Stable and see what happened with that one. Still removed from the repos. Used to be there but Debian had removed it from both testing and stable but just reinstalled it in testing. Too bad they didn't do testing yet. Know that some people are going to be disappointed in that due to them using liking to use Debian stable and also use virtual box there from the repos.
All right. WTF is going on here? I tried to send a message three times and each time I got an error message saying that I'm not allowed to send any messages due to having reached my limits. When this this start up?
Ok, so how are you getting the smilies other than using the : and typing whatever you want in it? Is there something I'm overlooking in the forum that was added recently?
Thought that maybe some of you might like this article. Don't know if any have used before or not but thought would post it here just in case.
Was playing around with various '64bit Lives' on the desktop today. Played with the Fedora, Manjaro(both Xfce) Debian Mate. All looked good. Used to Debian but both Manjaro and Fedora have some features that look good also. Would be hard pressed to pick one over the other right at moment. Did see a feature in Fedora though about keys. That looked interesting. What does that do collect your pgp keys and also setup for the public keys to be sent out to the keyserver and check for other individuals keys for you?
Was wondering when this was going to happen.