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bio website jan.moesen.nu
location Belgium
age 33
visits member for 4 years, 9 months
seen Sep 26 '13 at 15:54

I still write "Internet" with a capital I. Does that mean I am officially old?

Some of my dot files are available in my Tilde repository on GitHub.

I use several productivity-enhancing bookmarklets for easier web browsing.


Oct
19
comment How do I start/restart RealVNC Enterprise Server for Mac via the command line?
Isn't this about the built-in VNC server?
Apr
1
awarded  Revival
Apr
1
awarded  Student
Feb
22
awarded  Yearling
Jan
2
awarded  Scholar
Jan
2
comment Get OS X Terminal.app to accept Ctrl-+ for Vim
Thank you! I will try and see if I can make Terminal.app pass along some other (as of yet unused) sequence using its keyboard mapping. Too bad I would have to do that for every terminal application I use Vim with, though.
Jan
2
accepted Get OS X Terminal.app to accept Ctrl-+ for Vim
Dec
28
comment Get OS X Terminal.app to accept Ctrl-+ for Vim
Daniel: thank you, I had not gotten that far. FWIW, I am using an external non-Apple USB "International" and the MBP's internal US keyboard. Both keyboards give the same results. I would not even mind the "non-shiftiness" if Ctrl-= (a.k.a. Ctrl-+ minus the shift) worked — but even that combination does not get through.
Dec
28
asked Get OS X Terminal.app to accept Ctrl-+ for Vim
Nov
2
awarded  Revival
Jul
20
answered Why is this directive in a .htacess file?
May
5
comment Rsync to a WebDAV filesystem on OS X copies all files regardless of being changed or not
Use --itemize-changes to find out why the file/directory has been synchronised. If the second character is a t, it was a different time, etc. See man rsync.
Apr
14
awarded  Critic
Apr
2
revised Does anyone know why rsync would keep sending the files over and over again?
sp
Mar
19
comment How to set up that specific domains are tunneled to another server
You are. Gravely. From man hosts: IP_address canonical_hostname [aliases...]. IMO, this is not an adequate solution.
Mar
17
comment grep beginning of file?
You can completely do it in Bash when using read instead of head, too: for file in *; do [ -f "$file" ] || continue; read < "$file"; [[ "$REPLY" =~ ^\<\? ]] || echo "$file"; done
Mar
17
revised grep beginning of file?
forgot to anchor the regex
Mar
16
awarded  Commentator
Mar
16
comment Ubuntu - Create a link to a specified directory so I can easily change to that directory
+1 for the KISS approach instead of futzing with symlinks. For reference, see gnu.org/software/bash/manual/…
Mar
15
comment How to set up that specific domains are tunneled to another server
What does the port thing in the hosts file do?