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  1. RT @le_gorafi: La commission interministérielle accepte enfin de reconnaître à Christine Boutin le statut de catastrophe naturelle https://…

  2. hi all, this question is related to lanturtle in a way, but is more related to autossh (or ssh). Is there a way to pass through a ntlm proxy ? On a "normal" linux, i would use a cntlm, or similar, but on lanturtle? how could i setup this? My turtle is working at home, with an autossh connection on an amazon box. i can connect easily on the turtle, via the amazon box. Now, i would like to demonstrate it, in my company (i'm part of the security team). Only way to get out is a connection to an http port (80) and via a proxy, with a user password. I already thought about "piggybacking" on a windows PC a sshd server, to redirect incoming flow from a + 1024 port to the proxy, with the windows already authenticated, but i'm not sure i can do that without admin rights. if you have any ideas, i'd love to hear it ! thanks for your help.
  3. Ok, that's what i thought. Thanks, i'lll go with this approach.
  4. Hello all, now that my brand new lanturtle is configured with autossh, i would like to plug it in a router or such. If i use a ethernet to female usb adapter, in order to connect it on an ethernet port, will it work ? will it power on with ethernet power ? Or does it need to be connected specifically on an usb port, on a computer ? Thanks for your help
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