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Nov
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revised Enter terminal mode with bash command
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answered Enter terminal mode with bash command
Nov
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answered How to find the original file of a soft link?
Oct
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answered Saving more corsor positions (with tput?) in bash terminal
Oct
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revised How to use 'grep' with characters like * and _?
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answered How to use 'grep' with characters like * and _?
Sep
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comment Using filename substitution — How to search for files with letters in this order?
Just ls *[dD]*[oO]*[gG]* is not good enough?
Sep
24
comment Some fast way to save and restore tabs of Terminal?
Did you change tab name through GUI before? It blocks renaming with command line. Try to paste it into newly opened gnome-terminal window with some tabs in it. This "Test" text inside is name that should be assigned.
Sep
24
comment Some fast way to save and restore tabs of Terminal?
@NicolasRaoul,it might be this bug: bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gnome-terminal/+bug/876901 Can you change your title with command PROMPT_COMMAND='echo -ne "\033]0;Test\007"'?
Sep
13
comment How can I encrypt a file with the Serpent encryption algorithm?
Using gpg with algorithm like Blowfish may be much easier. See here: fooninja.net/2010/09/12/… Unfortunately, gpg doesn't support Serpent.
Sep
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answered How can I get unformatted ip address information in the shell?
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revised Some fast way to save and restore tabs of Terminal?
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revised Some fast way to save and restore tabs of Terminal?
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comment Some fast way to save and restore tabs of Terminal?
@false, I updated my answer.
Jun
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revised Some fast way to save and restore tabs of Terminal?
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answered Some fast way to save and restore tabs of Terminal?
Jun
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answered How to automatically add '&' after each command in a terminal