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Make vim yankings global via a shared text file

In a nutshell, I want the following: y(ank) actually writes the yanked text to a line in a text file, maybe in your .vim directory that line is prefixed with the name of the register, so "qyy yields ...
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How to re-load buffers from previous Emacs session *after* you've launched Emacs (e.g. not using on-startup options with Emacs desktops)

In questions like this one about using the Emacs Desktop options to arrange for a saved session to be re-loaded upon startup, it is explained how to reload buffers automatically on startup. But what ...
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bash xterm : how to get command line before typing enter

I try to define a custom behaviour of the backward-kill-word function in bash xterm. For that, I need to catch the command line before validate it. For instances, if I type sdcds/edfdD sdf/sdf without ...
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innodb buffer pool size and munin

I was looking at the below graph of one of my db server's memory usage and have the following question. Is the mysql innodb buffer pool included in the apps or the cache memory allocation? Right now ...
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How to determine the used size of device associated's buffer

when mounting a device without the "sync" option, e. g. by invoking the following: mount -o async /dev/sdc1 /mnt a buffer is associated with a device to optimize (speed) read/write operations. Is ...
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how to append to screen buffer file

If I have multiple log files open in several screens and I want to copy all useful traces to a single file. So I initially copy them to screen scrollback buffer file. Doing ">" after selecting text ...
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Clarification On Write-Caching Policy, Its Underlying Options And How It Applies To Hard Drives And Solid-State Drives

In last week after doing more research on subject matter, I have been wondering about what I have been neglecting all those years to understand write-caching policy, always leaving it on default ...
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ALSA buffer xrun when recording with ffmpeg

Is there any way to increase the ALSA buffer size? When running this command: ffmpeg -f alsa -ac 2 -i hw:1 -ar 44100 -b 64k output.mp3 I get a "ALSA buffer xrun" before my system locks up Input ...
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Understanding buffer/bitrate statistics in Media Player Classic

I understand that the two numbers under bitrate are the average bitrate and the current bitrate of each stream. But what are the two numbers under buffers? I suppose the second one is the amount of ...
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these videos don't work on my computer but they will on my iPad

recently I took a placement exam for college. I had to study for a placement test and watch videos. I'm not concerned about THOSE VIDEOS right now, but it seems that those videos on my computer work ...
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Cannot navigate backwards in manpages

In manpages I can navigate forwards (using eg. C-d, or C-f), but not backwards: C-b, or C-u do not work. Nor can I search backwards: While I can jump to the next found item using 'n' I cannot jump ...
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Greplace.vim not loading buffers

I'm attempting to use Greplace for project wide find and replace but am having trouble in the final steps. I start with: :Gsearch mypattern * Which successfully opens a buffer that lists all the ...
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Fatal SSH buffer errors when connecting to forwarded port on local network

I have two machines, one running Windows and the other running Ubuntu, and an application running on Ubuntu that connects to a server counterpart running either locally or remotely. The server is ...
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Ghosting vs. Filled Buffer

As you can easily tell on most keyboards, it'll beep when you hold down combinations of keys, such as all four arrow keys. I've seen two answers: ghosting and the BIOS buffer. Ghosting This seems to ...
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Hide initial buffer list in Emacs' iswitchb-mode

How can I configure iswitchb-mode so that it does not display the list of all (matching) buffers until I hit TAB for the first time?