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How can I colour-code files and directories in my shell environment?

I've seen many screencasts online in which the files and directories are colour-coded differently for ease-of-use. I'd like to achieve the same on in my bash terminal, on OS X 10.9 and using iTerm2. ...
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Using \r in bash PS1

I was getting a little tired of my typeaheads in Bash from messing up the PS1. For instance, I would execute a command, like ls, and while it is running, start typing the next command, like echo, and ...
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iTerm2: Alt-Dot functionality with Cmd-Dot

Is there any known way to achieve the "insert last command argument"-functionality that is usually available in Bash by typing Alt-. (Alt and period) on OSX using iTerm2? The ways I know this should ...
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How do I launch a command file (e.g. *.sh) in a separate shell interaction utility (e.g. iTerm2) on my user's login?

iTerm2 is an awesome utility and makes my interaction w/ the command line much easier. There are a lot of update commands I run on a daily basis, and thought it would be amazing if those could be ...
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348 views

Split window programmatically with iTerm?

on my development workstation I often have to start the same commands every morning. zeus start, zeus server (booting rails via zeus), redis-server, and like 3 others. I know a lot of people would ...
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Use iTerm2 and Mac OSX 10.8.3 to open tabbed shells to specific systems

I'm still fairly new to the MAC and I have been seeking a way to script or use the GUI to accomplish the following. Open Iterm to a group of hosts and ssh to each of them in a tabbed view. In the ...
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651 views

Open multiple tabs in iTerm2 with a specific directories

I would like to know if this is possible. I want to set up some script or command that will open 5 tabs and each tab that will open will have their own directory specified All in the same window ...
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iTerm2 not respecting my key bindings…sometimes

I have my iTerm2 keybindings set to have command+left arrow and command+right arrow move the cursor to the beginning and end of the line. This works most of the time. But not when I am in ghci (the ...
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Bind CTRL+W to werase (default bash behaviour in Linux/PuTTY) in iTerm2

I use a Mac at home and have changed my modifier keys swapping Command and CTRL, so CTRL+T spawns a new tab in chrome, CTRL+C is copy and so forth. I use Windows/Linux at work and I want a consistent ...