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comment Restoring C++ Compiler
It may be helpful to install GCC via Homebrew (or install a newer version of Clang that has OpenMP).
Nov
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comment Restoring C++ Compiler
You can try "undoing" the tar extraction, but be careful: superuser.com/a/424779
Nov
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comment Restoring C++ Compiler
Can you try removing /usr/local/bin from your PATH variable?
Oct
9
comment How to force GPG to use console-mode pinentry to prompt for passwords?
@lfxgroove: the problem is that su does not change the ownership of your TTY, so you need to manually chown it. See this article.
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revised /bin/sh source from stdin (from other program) not file
quoting is required to preserve whitespace
Aug
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Aug
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comment /bin/sh source from stdin (from other program) not file
$( ) doesn't work in heirloom shell (which predates POSIX).
Mar
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comment Problem with quotes around file names in Windows command shell
This applies to system as well, so don't forget the extra pair of quotes around the entire command!
Nov
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comment sshfs with x forwarding?
You can't do it in /etc/fstab because during boot there is no X server running yet.
Oct
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comment How to use git annex on an existing repository?
Note that this answer does not produce the correct symlinks because git annex is executed under a subdirectory during filter-branch. It will result in an extra ../../ in the symlinks. You'd need something like the bax script in josefwell's answer in order to correct that. Alternatively, you can do another filter-branch afterwards to repair the symlinks: git filter-branch --tree-filter 'git annex fix -q . && find . -type l -print0 | xargs -0 sh -c '"'"'for f in "$@"; do x=`readlink "$f"` && ln -fs "${x#../../}" "$f"; done'"'"' -' HEAD.
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accepted Monitor emits a faint noise when certain patterns are displayed
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comment Monitor emits a faint noise when certain patterns are displayed
No I have not done so.
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revised Monitor emits a faint noise when certain patterns are displayed
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