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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • the ssh tunnels get even better if you have a local squid running at home. Then, you can set up a tunnel to your squid at home, point your browser at it, and get at all the private stuff on your home web...
      ssh -L 3128:localhost:3128 me@my.home.server

    -Dom

  • This is what shell aliases are for. I solved that problem once, then automated it away. :)

  • Along similar lines to chromatic's suggestion of using a shell alias, if you're running a GNOME desktop (and all the cool kids seem to be these days) then you could use my SSHMenu [mclean.net.nz] to define SSH connections using a GUI.

    Also, if you have SSH access to the box where the SVN repository lives, then you don't need to have an SVN server listening on a port and you don't need forwarding either. Just use svnserve over ssh [perl.org].