In computing, an alias is an alternate name for an object, such as a variable, file or device.

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Ubuntu 10.04 Windows2003 adding a route for GPO assignment

I want the PC's that receive IP from my Ubuntu DHCP3-server to be able to retrieve the GPOs that are on my windows 2003 server. I'm using virtualbox and 3 virtual machines: 1 windows 2003 server ...
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alias: extract options from command

Apologies for the bad title. I couldn't come up with a better one. I want to alias a command to another command, and extract options from the text of the command itself. I realize this is unclear, ...
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Sharing remote folder in subdir

I want to use a remote shared folder use in a subdirectory. For example the share \somePC\folder => x:\folder\somePCsRemoteFolder is there an easy way to do this ? endo
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How to make an alias for a folder on a mounted drive?

I use parallels to run a windows machine and would love to make an alias in my .profile to make a shortcut to my project folder, but the following alias below dosn't seem to work. alias trustpilot=/...
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Creating IP aliases upon server reboot

I have a server running RHEL 6, and have created multiple IP aliases on it. However, when I restart the server, the IP aliases are gone. I tried to edit the /etc/rc.d/rc.local file to include ...
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Alias for recursive case insensitive search in current directory

How do I set an alias, such as "mysearch", which will search for a string recursively in the directory I'm standing in. It should be as below: mysearch "this table..." = find -type f -exec grep -...
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How to pass arguments to an alias?

I'd like to set up an alias push, which would translate into git push origin ARG1:ARG1. For instance, from the command line, i'd like to push A B and get that translated to git push origin A:B How ...
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How can I check whether Vim has the -p (tabs) option or not?

I would like to figure out in my .bashrc (or one of the files it sources) whether Vim has the -p option available and if so create an alias. Now, that same .bashrc is used on numerous systems ...
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On mac, how to copy a networked folder from a Windows machine?

I can see the (XP) shared folder on my Mac (10.6.8). If I try and drag/drop the folder in finder, I get an alias to it. How do I copy the folder itself?
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Create Command line shortcuts in Windows 7

I'm using jsDoc to create documentations for my JavaScript files. The command I use is > java -jar jsrun.jar app\run.js -a -t=templates\jsdoc mycode.js What I want is to create a batch or ...
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Setting a path alias for mysql on Ubuntu, with the XAMPP package

I've installed XAMPP, and now want to set an alias so that I can open the commandline mysql client with just a single command. Right now I have to type /opt/lampp/bin/mysql -u root -p every time. So ...
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need to source bash_profile in each new iterm window

I am on macbook pro, el capitan. I have aliases set in .bash_profile, which work in the first instance of iTerm, however they are not recognized if I open a new iTerm instance, I have to do source ~/....
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Find the location of an alias definition

I can find the location of a function definition, but this doesn't work for aliases: $ type -a subl subl is an alias for /Applications/Sublime\ Text\ 2.app/Contents/SharedSupport/bin/subl subl is /...
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Make mydomain.fr “mirror” to mydomain.com/france/ - possible through .conf?

Is it possible to mirror/point various specific domain names to a given .com/suburl/ through .conf configuration? Examples: mydomain.fr > mymaindomain.com/france/ mydomain.se > mymaindomain.com/...
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Upgrading gcc, ghostcript and aliases

My problem has multiple faces and I will really appreciate if anyone can help me sort it out. The origin of the problem can be traced here: High memory usage of eps file So, I thought I better ...
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How to configure MS Exchange 2010 to receive emails on “+” aliases like foo+bar@foo.bar

is there a way how to configure Exchange so users can receive emails sent on their alias formed with the "+" extension? For example, let's have an user Mr Smith with address mr.smith@foo.com and sb ...
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Apache: Serve static web content and django app from the same URL

I want to know whether it is possibe to serve static web content, ie. public_html and my django app from the same url. To be more specific, I want requests to first go through public_html and then ...
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Nginx try_files and alias does not work with variable?

Here, without variable everything works fine - I get the file I need: location /aaa/ { alias /home/bbb/current/; try_files $uri /aaa/index.en.html; } but once I make "en" a variable set $zzz "en"; ...
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piping output to an alias

in order to run a certain command I need to use sudo -h -u someuser <somecommand> in order to save some sanity I created an alias alias somecommand='function _dm(){ sudo -u ubuntu ...
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Move openproject to subfolder using Apache alias

I am trying to install openproject following this manual: https://www.openproject.org/open-source/manual-installation/manual-installation-guide/ I can install the software as the default website ...
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Is there a standard place to put my Aliases? bashhrc vs. bash_aliases

Is there a standard place to put custom aliases? If not, what are the benefits and disadvantages of .bash_aliases, .bashhrc, and .bash_profile?
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How do I make an alias for a Unix command that includes both single and double quotes?

I defined the following command: top -b n 2 -d 0.01 | grep 'Cpu' | tail -n 1 | awk '{print "cpu=" 100.0-$8 "%"}' which returns me the CPU usage in the form cpu=nn% I now want to define the alias ...
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how to redirect root directory alias to a document_root subfloder in lighttpd?

I have this directory configuration: htdocs/www -> web site pages htdocs/WEB-INF -> lib and classes, used in web pages htdocs/data -> data (images, documents) This is how I do it, with ...
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Alias options in zsh

When using the zsh alias command, what does the -s flag do (for example, lines 83-87 of oh-my-zsh's common-alias plugin?
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Linux bash - Add alias from script without source(-ing) the script

Is it possible to write a script like #!/bin/bash alias foo="bar -options" and get the alias added to the running shell without source(-ing) the script source myscript will work, but just ...
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How to use aliases for catalogs for file creation navigation

if I have some aliases like Catalog1 (/home/ed/1), Catalog2 (/home/ed/2) I have scripts in Catalog1, and Catalog2 is for output saving, f.e. : python /home/ed/1/one.py > /home/ed/2/log1.txt i ...
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What happens when we alias an IP address to a system?

What happens when we alias an ip addr which is already allotted to some other on the same LAN. Is aliasing local to my system?
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How to read aliases in a ksh script

I have some global aliases defined in my ~/.profile file. To read them from a bash script, I'd use: shopt -s expand_aliases source ~/.profile However, in ksh this does not work because it does not ...
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How to create terminal shortcut to desktop?

I did find this answer here. However could not get it to work with my current setup :( For example, when I start up iTerm currently it's been set to a specific direction (another developer did that) ...
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Resetting $PATH in OS X 10.8

I was trying to install jhbuild earlier as part of a GTK+ install, and ran the command alias jhbuild="PATH=gtk-prefix/bin:$PATH jhbuild". Since then, I haven't been able to access many important ...
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Save Linux aliases for later usage

After repeating an Arch Linux installation for several times I started to wonder whether I could make things easier for me in the future by taking some general commands that I am bound to use again ...
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Create an case insensitive apache alias

I am currently using Apache 2.4.4. Now, the problem is that when I am creating alias like Alias /mysite "D:/MySite" it doesn't work for http://127.0.0.1/MySite. So how can I make it case ...
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How to make an alias and work in sh for all users (not in bash)?

My question maybe is silly, but how can I make an alias so as to work in sh for all users? I know that I can put an alias, let say this one: alias ls='ls -l' in /etc/bash.bashrc so as to work in ...
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Multiple drupal installations on apache work with their own DNS entries but not with Alias

So my localhost server has never had a problem because I've never been developing with other people on multiple websites. Now, however, accessing a secondary site via an Alias is running into a ...
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PHP does not work on alias (XAMPP)

I trying to make alias on my local machine with XAMPP for my PHP project. I added follow in httpd.conf: Include "conf/alias/*" And make two files for aliases, one of them is like: Alias /aiuu "d:/...
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How can I automate my usage of three VM machines with the same alias?

How do I automate my usage of three VM machines which require me to add a IP aliased to a name in my HOSTS file. I upload code to the server of choice and then I go to the address http:/ / serverVM/...
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mac finder - how to open alias in a new finder window

I am doing a video project in which I created a folder with a bunch of aliases to files on various spots on my hard drive, so that I could have references to those files all stored in one location but ...
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How to make bash aliases available as linux commands?

I have many bash aliases on a remote location. But when I try to run those from my local linux box, I get the 'command not found' error. e.g. $ ssh root@remote 'status' bash: status: command not ...
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How to get alias working on server that is connected via ssh?

I connect to another server using command: ssh -Y server1 On server1 I add an alias in .bashrc file: alias gousr='cd /opt/user/myuser' When I try to run gousr command at server1 xterm, it says "...
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How to set an alias which will automatically ssh to another server

I often use this command to connect to another server with x forwarding: [myuser@server1]$: ssh -Y 10.32.45.123 (10.32.45.123 is server2) myuser@10.32.45.123's password: [$myuser@server2]:$ I ...
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command line alias versus .bash_profile alias

when I create this alias from the command line everything works fine alias ejecta='for I in 1 2 3; do /usr/sbin/diskutil unmountDisk disk$I;done' When the same alias is created in .bash_profile. the ...
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How to copy the actual content of a file shortcut?

A folder has been created and contains a lot of file shortcuts instead of the actual files. I want to fix that error and I need to replace those .lnk files with the file their are pointing to. I'd ...