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revised How can I make my own “shell commands” (e.g. mkdir/cd combo)?
Single character code correction
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suggested approved edit on How can I make my own “shell commands” (e.g. mkdir/cd combo)?
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comment How can I make my own “shell commands” (e.g. mkdir/cd combo)?
Very nice. This works great!
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comment How can I make my own “shell commands” (e.g. mkdir/cd combo)?
Why might someone downvote this question? Just curious what I did that seems so obviously wrong.
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comment How can I make my own “shell commands” (e.g. mkdir/cd combo)?
@choroba Nice trick. Reminds me of how in vim, you use . to repeat the last edit command.
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revised How can I make my own “shell commands” (e.g. mkdir/cd combo)?
Added -p flag and note about placing the function in one's .bashrc to make it work.
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revised How can I make my own “shell commands” (e.g. mkdir/cd combo)?
fixed duplicate line
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suggested approved edit on How can I make my own “shell commands” (e.g. mkdir/cd combo)?
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revised How can I make my own “shell commands” (e.g. mkdir/cd combo)?
Updated title to more accurately reflect the question
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revised How can I make my own “shell commands” (e.g. mkdir/cd combo)?
Updated title to more accurately reflect the question
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comment How can I make my own “shell commands” (e.g. mkdir/cd combo)?
Not exactly what I was looking for, but super cool cd-related info (return to the previous directory using cd -, use pushd and popd to maintain a "stack" of directories): superuser.com/questions/324512/…
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revised How can I make my own “shell commands” (e.g. mkdir/cd combo)?
added 41 characters in body
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asked How can I make my own “shell commands” (e.g. mkdir/cd combo)?
Apr
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awarded  Notable Question
Apr
14
comment Why might I be getting “Permission denied” for a directory that seems to have correct permissions?
@Ramhound It does have an owner. I changed the name to make that more clear. However, the group ownership was the real issue with which I was concerned. Thanks for your feedback!
Apr
14
revised Why might I be getting “Permission denied” for a directory that seems to have correct permissions?
changed "nobody" to "whoever" so that it won't be misinterpretted.
Apr
14
comment Why might I be getting “Permission denied” for a directory that seems to have correct permissions?
@Broomerr Please post that as an answer. Thanks!
Apr
14
revised Why might I be getting “Permission denied” for a directory that seems to have correct permissions?
updated for consistency
Apr
13
asked Why might I be getting “Permission denied” for a directory that seems to have correct permissions?
Mar
15
revised Why are there binary differences among compressed files generated exactly the same way from the exact same starting file?
Added short version of --no-name flag