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May
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asked Finding Free Proxy Servers To Use With Firefox
May
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awarded  Curious
May
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asked Linux: Finding Processes I Started To Kill Them
Mar
17
accepted Linux: How to count the number of symbols in a line, print the number, then the line?
Mar
16
asked Linux: How to count the number of symbols in a line, print the number, then the line?
Mar
12
comment Linux sort Command: how to sort on a number embedded in a field?
Thanks, I just used the manpage and "info" didn't occur to me
Mar
11
comment Linux sort Command: how to sort on a number embedded in a field?
It works. Thank you. What is happening with the ",2" in -k2,2 ? The MAN page doesn't say much about that.
Mar
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accepted Linux sort Command: how to sort on a number embedded in a field?
Mar
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asked Linux sort Command: how to sort on a number embedded in a field?
Feb
6
asked How to make this elisp work? Send STDIN to EMACS
Feb
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revised How to send the output of CSH script to a text editor?
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Feb
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accepted How to send the output of CSH script to a text editor?
Feb
6
comment How to make Emacs read buffer from stdin on start?
I mean no disrespect to anyone, but this is abhorrent. This is a very basic editor feature and GNU EMACS has been around for decades. It should be built in.
Feb
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asked How to send the output of CSH script to a text editor?
Jan
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asked Special Characters Causing UBB.thread 7.5.7 To Drop Content
Dec
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accepted BASH Script: Why Do My Variables Not Work
Dec
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revised BASH Script: Why Do My Variables Not Work
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Dec
31
comment Programmatically starting 6 servers and manipulating Gnome Terminal
Thank you, that seemed to work.
Dec
31
asked BASH Script: Why Do My Variables Not Work
Dec
31
comment Programmatically starting 6 servers and manipulating Gnome Terminal
I successfully used the method at the second link you posted, thank you. I noticed that using that technique the command strings don't get put into the terminal or the history, just executed. Is there anyway to do that?