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Jul
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asked Obtain Windows 8.1 Update 1 installation media - I have Windows 8 Keys
Jul
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awarded  Curious
Apr
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comment scp files via intermediate host
I know this doesn't answer the question, but for those who don't know about rsync, or don't know how to use it to hop through a host, this could be a useful tip: use the '-e' option with rsync like this: A$ rsync <options> -e 'ssh B ssh' source C:destination
Mar
26
comment Is there any shortcut to iterate through Excel's worksheet tabs?
They are interchangeable. (Both work.) Tested on OS X 10.9.2 "Mavericks" with Excel 2011 v 14.3.9
Dec
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awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
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awarded  Benefactor
Dec
3
comment PHP output piped to 'less' is requiring <enter> after every command
No, I had a different php version before (5.1).
Dec
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comment PHP output piped to 'less' is requiring <enter> after every command
I personally think that while PHP may have a bug here, less also has a bug. Usually (i.e. with CentOS 5) when I have a long-running program, less can still be used normally while php continues to produce output.
Dec
2
revised PHP output piped to 'less' is requiring <enter> after every command
added more info about environment, versions etc
Dec
2
comment PHP output piped to 'less' is requiring <enter> after every command
I had already figured the ... > tmpfile && cat tmpfile | less workaround on my own... it is a very annoying workaround, but does work. The < /dev/null workaround is better but is still only a workaround, but I gave you the bounty for effort. :)
Dec
2
accepted PHP output piped to 'less' is requiring <enter> after every command
Dec
2
comment PHP output piped to 'less' is requiring <enter> after every command
... | cat | less does not help.
Dec
2
comment PHP output piped to 'less' is requiring <enter> after every command
None of these suggestions worked. I do not have control over the CentOS version.
Nov
26
comment PHP output piped to 'less' is requiring <enter> after every command
It is working correctly on my CentOS 5.5 install.
Nov
26
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awarded  Popular Question
Nov
22
comment PHP output piped to 'less' is requiring <enter> after every command
The $TERM is 'screen'. :) If I try it without screen, it says 'xterm-256color' and still doesn't work right.
Nov
22
asked PHP output piped to 'less' is requiring <enter> after every command
Oct
29
awarded  Tumbleweed
Oct
22
asked ssh agent forwarding with many identities