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May 24, 2013 – 17:19
Jostling for Position in Last Lap at Cannes, by Manohla Dargis for The New York Times
See also: frangipani.
May 8, 2013 – 12:12
The crux is that SSH even when connecting w/ -vvv or -vT modes won’t tell you precisely why it’s not connecting for obvious security purposes. This is presuming you’ve double checked all other obvious issues and your public/private key pairs are setup correctly.
In the linked post above Kent Martin writes, the answer is to bind debug to an alternate port on the server side:
/usr/sbin/sshd -d -p 2222
then similarly from the client machine:
ssh -v -p 2222 user@machine_I_am_trying_to_ssh_to
On the server machine terminal you’ll see a more verbose debug log and hopefully it will tell you exactly why your client machine is being rejected.
April 29, 2013 – 14:24
April 11, 2013 – 14:20
March 29, 2013 – 13:45
Finally got around to soldering some 1/4″ TRS jacks onto a pair of XLR cables I had. In case you’re curious what the wiring for XLR (differential) mono cables (not for microphones), the 3 pin XLR breaks down as such:
Pin 1: Ground (⏚) Sleeve, Pin 2: Postive (+) Tip, Pin 3: Negative (-) Ring.
Good information on soldering audio cables of all types here:
The EMU-0404 USB into the AudioSource 5.1a’s sounds a modicum cleaner, definitely driving now at lower levels. Probably not worth the effort but what the hell, I was curious and I had the TRS plugs sitting idle along with some old XLR cables.