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I code therefore i don't know ...

Note To Self :: RTFM


Aug
24
awarded  Necromancer
Aug
4
answered Any windows program to view zip content on mouse hover?
Aug
1
answered How to convert an image to a .dwg file
Jun
28
answered How do I prevent a partition on the hard drive from auto-mounting on boot?
Jun
17
comment What’s a good way to extract .rar files on the Mac?
apt-get ... Nope ... aptitude ... Nope ... Synaptic? Nope ... sudo port install unrar ... Yeppers ...
Jun
15
revised Unix: ls, how to sort first directories then files etc
added another solution
Jun
13
asked Determining Namespaces Not in the ACPI Spec
Jun
13
revised GIT Process: Could anyone please explain the check in/check out process?
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Jun
13
answered GIT Process: Could anyone please explain the check in/check out process?
Jun
12
comment Unix: ls, how to sort first directories then files etc
The first one is a bit redundant ... There's really no reason to sort for the directories as it's the order we need to modify not directories ... the 'ls -la | sort -r' is what really works. Basically it's stating ... 1) A) Find . -d 1 -type d (Start from this directory, search one directory depth and search for directories only) B) ls -la (list files all attributes) C) Sort them in reverse 2) Do as 1) just drop the find ... it's not needed ... I actually like Studers' solution better ... :-)
Jun
12
comment Unix: ls, how to sort first directories then files etc
Well My preferred OS is Debian Linux. Debian's gnu core utils package version of ls supports the --show-directories-first option ... when I started using OSX I simply grabbed my all my bash dot files from my Debian box and dropped them in my home directory ... I had a lot of bash_aliases that broke so ... It was then that I had to figure out some work-arounds for my aliases ...
Jun
8
answered Unix: ls, how to sort first directories then files etc
Jun
8
answered Mac OS X equivalent of the Ubuntu “tree” command
May
24
answered What is a vim “runtime directory”?
May
8
awarded  Scholar
May
8
accepted Bash LS Options ~ Group Directories First
May
8
comment Bash LS Options ~ Group Directories First
Ahh ... I'll check out Invocation ... appreciate the help ...
May
8
comment Bash LS Options ~ Group Directories First
if [ -f ~/.bash_aliases ]; then . ~/.bash_aliases fi
May
8
comment Bash LS Options ~ Group Directories First
Thanks for the reply ... I should have been more specific in stating that I have ~/.bashrc with the same on both boxes ... Here's .bashrc's contents both locally and remote ...
May
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awarded  Student