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comment How can I get bash to perform tab-completion for my aliases?
@ciro No, the title of the SO question is "How do I get bash completion to work with aliases?", the title for this question is "How can I get bash to perform tab-completion for my aliases?". The selected answer for the SO question answers the example whereas the selected answer here answers the title, so I feel this is a better answer regardless of it being a duplicate or not.
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comment How can I get bash to perform tab-completion for my aliases?
@ciro I agree that the question is a bit dupe but IMO this answer addresses the Subject of the question, not JUST the example in the question.
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comment Homebrew won't link git
once I installed brew I've not needed to use sudo for much of anything. Perhaps you sudo'd something you shouldn't have at some point which got the permissions and or ownership out of whack?
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revised How can I get bash to perform tab-completion for my aliases?
Do not agree with suggested edits since solution is 100% generic
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answered What is the path to the 'mate' executable in TextMate 2's app bundle?
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comment iTerm.app vs Terminal.app
note that you can change Terminal to xTerm 256 under Preferences > Settings > Advanced - Declare Terminal As > xterm-256 Color
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comment How can I restrict a user's time spent on internet?
If you can't trust a "Middle Aged" lady to not be online all day and neglect your children then you really do need a new sitter. Personally I think she'll be rather insulted that you've put these "restrictions" in place and are treating her like a child. You've said yourself she's done nothing wrong so why treat her as if she has?
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comment bash tail & watch
in the case of growl it's just sending an async message to a bg process that shows the notification on screen. You don't generally kill it but I have tested with the accepted answer and dismissing the message works fine without killing the server.
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comment bash tail & watch
And we have a winner! this worked perfectly.
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comment bash tail & watch
i always want the server in the foreground in this case so ctrl+c will stop it also don't want log files
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