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comment Adding a border to gnome-terminal
@AnanduMDas Better to edit your question and add frankie's comment also.
Sep
19
comment Use “watch” in executable script
@user3534974 It is possible to show us your script?
Sep
18
comment command 'll' crashes terminal after rellocating /home
How did you moved /home to another partition? What steps did you used?
Sep
17
comment Ubuntu 14 - open a new tab in console
Are you sure that it's ctrl+shift+f12 and not ctrl+shift+t?
Sep
17
comment What are the system created files in $HOME?
The home folder contains the user's data files and user-specific configuration files and you probably don't want to omit them from your backup.
Sep
17
comment How to delete to trash via terminal (with mv command)?
@KasiyA The only reason: mv doesn't has this property: to remember from where a file was moved (only you or history can do this).
Sep
17
comment How to delete to trash via terminal (with mv command)?
@KasiyA Looking for what?!?... You are looking in the wrong direction. I told you: the answer is there and has explained why mv is bad in this case.
Sep
17
comment How to delete to trash via terminal (with mv command)?
@KasiyA Another reason for downvote: your terminology is not correct: You can delete something from ..., but not to .... When you delete something from one location and then you see that thing at another location implies an action which is called move (not delete).
Sep
17
comment How to delete to trash via terminal (with mv command)?
@KasiyA You have steeldriver's answer. See man gvfs-trash for more info.
Sep
17
comment How to delete to trash via terminal (with mv command)?
@KasiyA It's still not right. How you will reverse after you used mv command twice for two different files from different directories, but with the same name? Not to say that you have to remember all the time which was the previous file location.
Sep
17
comment how can I make an alias that does not fully remove the file like rm
You don't know how to create a permanent alias or you don't know about a command which moves files to trash? In each case your question is a duplicate. I will choose to close your question for the second reason.
Sep
17
comment How to delete to trash via terminal (with mv command)?
Ok, then what is your reason to put things in the trash? Just to have things there? Perhaps you do not understand the point of the trash. A novice user can take your idea as a good advice and this is not desirable.
Sep
17
comment How to delete to trash via terminal (with mv command)?
I will never advice someone to use mv command to move a file to trash. See this comment to understand why.
Sep
17
comment How to delete to trash via terminal (with mv command)?
If you will use mv to move a file to trash, you will never enjoy the option to restore that file from the trash! From here my downvote (sorry).
Sep
16
comment Run Sublime Text 3 and check version
You added the ppa to your sources, so any new update should came automatically.
Sep
15
comment Making a bash script that reconnect to AP when connection lost
Have you seen google.com ever time in your life down?
Sep
14
comment changing Apache2 web directory. 403 forbidden
Have you changed the permissions for the new directory (/usr/www in this case)? These should probably be the same as /var/www. And the owner (www-data probably).
Sep
13
comment Sourcing a sh file is illegal in tcsh
In your previous question, you said that you want to source that file in the .profile file. In fact there is a comment in that file which say that you should source the file in .bashrc file. And now you say that you source the sh script editing csh.cshrc? Why? You can't source a bash file in tcsh/csh. A variable is declared different in tcsh/csh.
Sep
13
comment fsl.sh cannot be sourced
Then you have another one problem... Use Ask Question button if you want to ask a new question regarding your new problem.
Sep
12
comment problem in installing packages like xgraph, autoconf, libxll-dev on ubuntu 10.04
You are not able to install something that you have already installed?!? I'm not surprised, it's normal...