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  • I am studying Computer Science and Engineering and I love writing software with Perl, Java and Javascript.
  • I'm fascinated by Android.
  • I enjoy tinkering with new technology.
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answered Tab-completion friendly names for start / stop
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answered Navigating to a directory in Mac with Finder
May
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comment Map MacVim (mvim) movement keys in iTerm2
Did you map the escape sequences to the correct action? For example in zsh: bindkey bindkey '^[[1~' backward-word
May
21
answered ALT+arrow moving between words in ZSH and iTerm 2
May
17
comment Mac OS X /etc/sudoers default file
And since Mac OS X ships with various open-source components (including sudo), you could have found your defaults here: opensource.apple.com/source/sudo/sudo-60/src/sudoers
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comment Mac OS X /etc/sudoers default file
There's no need to copy the file. sudo cat /etc/sudoers will reveal the content immediately. Also note that you'll be able to break your sudo installation if you don't use visudo.
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
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comment How to connect to a LAN with Proxy Settings
So? Plug in your ethernet cable, set up the ethernet adapter you are good to go. See the docs at help.apple.com/machelp/mac/10.7/help/index.html#mh11939%27
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answered How to disable mouse in gvim without breaking selection?
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answered Identify keypress action in vim
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answered How do I :split a window if the window already has been :vsplit?
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revised Explain the behavior of the following shell script
added homework tag
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suggested suggested edit on Explain the behavior of the following shell script