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Jul
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Jul
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comment Adding a suffix at the end of each shell command
@Joe, use bind '"\C-M":"\n"' # to unset this. The trailing hash in the command makes the appended text a comment thus disabling its effect, just as I wrote in the answer.
Jul
10
revised Adding a suffix at the end of each shell command
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Jul
10
answered Adding a suffix at the end of each shell command
Jun
22
answered Find files belonging to a user with size in MB on Ubuntu 12.04 (Precise Pangolin)
Jun
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comment Use sed command to apply a condition to check if a pattern has been matched
grep '::= BEGIN' filename &> /dev/null and then check $?.
Apr
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answered What is a practical way to list every character used in a file (Bash) (Regex)
Mar
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comment Ctrl+L on terminal doesn't work anymore
Try to put "\C-l": clear-screen line inside ~/.inputrc file
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Aug
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answered What version of Python do I have?
Aug
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revised Incremental history searching
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answered Incremental history searching
Jul
31
comment How to perform a CPU/disk intensive operation without drastically affecting other processes?
You can try to run your command on a single core using taskset command, for example taskset 0x1 git clone bukkit backup
Jul
31
comment Incremental history searching
Yes, it needs to be placed in .bashrc or it will affect only current session.
Jul
31
comment Incremental history searching
Use bind command with selected option. For example for Crtl+N use bind '"\C-n": history-search-backward'
Jul
31
revised From gnome-screenshot command line, how do you predefine the are?
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Jul
31
answered From gnome-screenshot command line, how do you predefine the are?