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revised Can Nautilus use correct lexicographic sort?
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16
revised What is a terminal and how do I open and use it?
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16
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comment how to sync ftp folder with local folder?
Right, in this case a rsync --delete would do the trick.
Jun
15
comment Accessing Ubuntu's password store using C++
Sometimes there are man pages for C(++) functions, maybe you can do a man 2 <yourfunction> and see in which header files it is.
Jun
15
comment how to sync ftp folder with local folder?
rsync does not sync in two ways I think.
Jun
14
answered how to sync ftp folder with local folder?
Jun
10
answered System boots to busybox 1.5.1
Jun
10
revised Tell `ls` to sort by regular ASCII codes, not “intelligently”
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Jun
8
comment Tell `ls` to sort by regular ASCII codes, not “intelligently”
I use the underscore to denote special directories that need to go to top. In my projects folder, I have proj_a, proj_b and _old_projects. It is no use if this folder is within the o-projects.
Jun
8
comment Tell `ls` to sort by regular ASCII codes, not “intelligently”
I would probably put it in ~/bin but nice fallback. It is probably better to use globbing within python since the output of ls might be strange if a filename contains a newline.
Jun
8
comment Tell `ls` to sort by regular ASCII codes, not “intelligently”
It is strange that sort has so many special sorting ways but not the "use ASCII value" one …
Jun
8
accepted Tell `ls` to sort by regular ASCII codes, not “intelligently”
Jun
8
comment Tell `ls` to sort by regular ASCII codes, not “intelligently”
I guess I will just alias ls with that, so that it does not have side effects.
Jun
8
asked Tell `ls` to sort by regular ASCII codes, not “intelligently”