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comment Cutomizing dired
OP might want that. It is nice to know there's a human readable option
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comment Why my posting is taking me to wrong URL?
Don't you have a typo in your routes? :as => :'topic'
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comment Should I generate new SSH key pair for every workstation or reuse a single one?
Imagine you use the same password on every website. If one day someone knows your password, he can access all your accounts on all your websites. It is the same with ssh keys. If you use the same key everywhere, if one of your computer is compromised, you have to replace the key everywhere. And it makes it difficult to know which computer was compromised too. And you can make security mistakes (file permissions for example) when you transfer your key from one computer to another.
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