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comment why “cd -” in .sh file will print the address
Different semantics to what? IMHO it is completely unclear, what happens between the cd /etc and the cd -. If there are environment changes, you are completely right. If there are additional cds than maybe this is the better way.
Jan
19
comment why “cd -” in .sh file will print the address
I don't like this, because it does double work: first is does a pwd which is than redirected to /dev/null. Why not just using cd $OLDPWD as ormaaj suggest?
Jan
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answered why “cd -” in .sh file will print the address
May
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comment What will happen when I 'cat' 'ksh'?
You missed the command!
Apr
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answered Permission issue with emacs for non-root user (Ubuntu 11.10)
Apr
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answered How to boot linux kernel without bootloader?
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