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comment apache mod rewrite - how to determine what file on disk is being hit?
Sweet, thanks!!
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accepted bash terminal that remembers its state when restored from a crash
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comment bash terminal that remembers its state when restored from a crash
@tiagoc I have come up with my solution inspired by yours. I'll give you a +1 and check, since you led me to the solution - thanks!
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comment bash terminal that remembers its state when restored from a crash
@tiagoc Hmm - does this work globally - i.e. if I execute this command from any shell/ terminal, it will save the context from every currently open one? ... 'Cos if so, what I'm thinking is I could set up a cron job, or even just a simple watch -n5 gnome-terminal --save-config=/tmp/cfgtab and upon a crash I can simply reload the sessions by running gnome-terminal --load-config=/tmp/cfgtab manually.
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