Call for contributors to macOS port of GDB

Ruben Di Battista rubendibattista at
Sat Feb 15 22:38:59 UTC 2020

I mean, I guess you just need a registrar with an API for setting DNS records and a Python script to get your own DDNS service. I did for OVH, for example: ^^

But I guess we’re going off topic...

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On 15 February 2020 at 20:29:02, Jeffrey Walton (noloader at wrote:

On Sat, Feb 15, 2020 at 2:12 PM Dave Horsfall <dave at> wrote:  
> On Fri, 14 Feb 2020, Jeffrey Walton wrote:  
> > Send over your SSH authroized_keys file, if interested. I'll send you  
> > my IP address in return.  
> It's been a while since I had to set up keys, but shouldn't you be asking  
> for his public key to add to *your* authorized_keys file?  

No, someone who wishes remote access collects their public keys and  
puts them in an authorized_keys file. Then, I drop them at  

Usually what happens is someone sends me a *.pub file and it gets  
cat'd into ssh/authorized_keys.  

> > The downside is, I am in a Verizon DHCP block. You will need to ping me  
> > on occasion to get my latest IP address.  
> That's what dynamic DNS is for... There are various servers offering it.  

Sorry, I don't use DDNS services.  

I tried one about 15 years ago. They sold or shared my information  
with Network Solutions, which would not stop spamming me. I tried to  
get off their list for about 5 years. I tried normal support channels,  
like contacting webmaster@, postmaster@, NS legal department, NS  
support, NS executive support, Better Business Bureau complaints, FCC  
complaints and FTC complaints. I finally had to take Network Solutions  
to court to get off their damn list. Checkout Walton vs Network  
Solutions filed in Montgomery County, MD.  

I'll be damned if I go down that road again.  

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