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revised Play video from SAMBA share on Android--Any shared volum from Linux or Winodows
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comment Difference between OTF (Open Type) or TTF (True Type) font formats?
OTF was based on TTF. Since TTF is a subset of OTF then it should support all the same features.
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answered ZSH with mintty on latest cygwin?
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comment Alternative for sudo
So what if the question is asking on how to hack a system? It's important that everyone knows how to hack systems. This ensures that when those same people setup systems, they can do so in a way that avoids the vulnerability. Treating this as some kind of 'forbidden knowledge' just leads to things being left vulnerable. Theres an entire career in knowing how to hack, it's called penetration testing. So get off your high horse supercop. In any case if he is asking such a basic system, he's not likely to be the next Kevin Mitnick.
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answered Play video from SAMBA share on Android--Any shared volum from Linux or Winodows
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revised Tmux forgets the directory where the session was created
Add split-window versions.
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comment Tmux forgets the directory where the session was created
@Bach Try with a -c. split-window -h -c "#{pane_current_path}"
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comment Tmux forgets the directory where the session was created
@lightmanhk You should be able to just :source ~/.tmux.conf
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answered Tmux forgets the directory where the session was created