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Jul
21
comment Bash autocomplete for different directories
The question is old, but here is an update: For now, I use the Z Shell (zsh) along with oh-my-zsh and the plugin z. It provides a pretty good autocomplete feature. See here github.com/rupa/z, github.com/robbyrussell/oh-my-zsh
Dec
27
comment Seagate harddrive: unable to mount
No, the hard disk was inside a laptop; I dismounted it from the laptop, and put it in an external usb hard drive case. The harddisk doesn't work inside the motherboard (as I described using a bootable Ubuntu DVD, which couldn't mount the hdd), and it doesn't work when trying to connect it as an external usb device
Dec
27
comment Seagate harddrive: unable to mount
@MariusMatutiae the filesystem is NTFS
Dec
27
comment Seagate harddrive: unable to mount
@Raystafarian I don't think the cables are the problem, because the external usb case works with other hard drives and therefore, the motherboard ports can't be the problem.
Mar
1
comment Backup my files on every ftp change
I remember, there was something like callbacks for ProFTPd, that get called when a certain event occurs.
Dec
10
comment Bash autocomplete for different directories
It now works for one folder, because my script just does a cd ~/Dropbox/projects/$1. But I can't figure out how to include the subdirectories, so that I can directly switch into one subdir. Every project has a different name, maybe thats important
Oct
24
comment Linux dynamic alias
This can't be done with symlinks (= alias) only, you have to write a shell script for this (or a script in any other programming language). Have a look here en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Symbolic_link and here en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shell_script