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accepted Is it possible to print a webpage (ipython notebook) to a PDF with a single infinitely long page?
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comment Is it possible to print a webpage (ipython notebook) to a PDF with a single infinitely long page?
Works great, nixda! Thanks for your help!
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comment Is it possible to print a webpage (ipython notebook) to a PDF with a single infinitely long page?
This seems quite promising! I'm running ubuntu, but I suppose that won't be a problem?
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accepted How can I start a process over SSH such that it will continue to run after I disconnect?
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Brilliant, thanks!
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accepted How can I automount an external harddrive if and only if it's connected to the computer as it boots?
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accepted Is there a shortcut for unix `cp` to copy a file to the current directory with the same filename?
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comment Is there a shortcut for unix `cp` to copy a file to the current directory with the same filename?
@Alan Shutko, D'oh! I'm very much used to using .. to go up a level in the directory tree, but I never even thought about what the . could possibly mean! @Matt H, Yes, I often use ~/, but it's good to know that ~. also works! Thank you both!
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asked Is there a shortcut for unix `cp` to copy a file to the current directory with the same filename?