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answered Installing a vim color scheme
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comment Vim Avoid “Hit the enter key or enter a command”
"i found" is a bit ... strange. i posted it 1 hour ago :)
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revised Vim Avoid “Hit the enter key or enter a command”
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answered Vim Avoid “Hit the enter key or enter a command”
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comment Is there an application that can fake permanent delete
@Chris: the "mark as accepted" sign next to my answer tells you how OP thinks of this answer.
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answered Can I place and scale an X window precisely using the command line?
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answered Can I place and scale an X window precisely using the command line?
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revised How to export an environment variable inside window manager?
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revised How to export an environment variable inside window manager?
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answered How to export an environment variable inside window manager?
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revised What is the best way to repair the bootloader of Windows10 tech preview without resetting the installation?
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comment How to download files with time-based bandwidth limitations?
yah, but that does not mean that you can't download it at all. unix.stackexchange.com/questions/39218/… ... most likely the process will timeout (their server will cut you off). luckily you can --continue with wget if their servers supports "range-requests".
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comment How to download files with time-based bandwidth limitations?
"not during business hours" usually means: "do not exceed our own bandwidth". so, i guess that if you throttle your downloader you can download the thing over days. on the other hand: such a huge file takes quite some time and thus you will have to download it in pieces / chunks.
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answered Check if vim is compiled with +X11 in .vimrc
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comment vim find buffer by absolute path
"related path" -> you mean "relative path"?