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Feb
24
answered Run un-elevated command from an elevated prompt?
Feb
24
asked Run un-elevated command from an elevated prompt?
Feb
14
asked PHP syntax in Sublime Text very slow
Feb
11
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
3
revised Put all Msysgit's right-click context menu options in a sub-menu in Windows Exporer?
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Feb
3
asked Put all Msysgit's right-click context menu options in a sub-menu in Windows Exporer?
Jan
30
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
28
asked How to disable even checking of updates in Windows 8? An svchost process is connected to Microsoft Update server, hogging up resources all the time
Jan
25
revised Remove the greeting message from Git Bash “Welcome to Git” “Run 'git help git' to display the help index.”
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Jan
25
accepted Remove the greeting message from Git Bash “Welcome to Git” “Run 'git help git' to display the help index.”
Jan
22
asked Bash “command” equivalent in PowerShell
Jan
22
revised Can't type anymore on Git bash after returning from ssh -tt
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Jan
22
asked Can't type anymore on Git bash after returning from ssh -tt
Jan
22
comment With ssh, how can you run a command on the remote machine without exiting?
echo "command" | ssh user@remote_host
Jan
22
comment With ssh, how can you run a command on the remote machine without exiting?
This is at least good for simulating an interactve for the command to execute in, without using -t or your own bash file. +1
Jan
16
accepted Reverse output of a command
Jan
16
asked Reverse output of a command
Jan
15
asked Switch between having the cursor at the beginning or the end of a selection?
Jan
13
asked Make Firefox always cache all requests regardless of whether the server tells it not to?
Jan
13
comment Is there any 'sudo' command for Windows?
Doesn't work for me. It just asks for password (whether MyLoginName or the Administrator) and just runs the command normally. I've tested it by running taskmgr and even after entering password it says "740: The requested operation requires elevation.". Running calc works as it doesn't require elevation.