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bio website michael.richter.name
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comment shell script for ssh
Huh. I didn't know about the ssh-copy-id utility. That makes life much nicer.
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comment How do I get tmux to open up a set of panes without manually entering them?
OK, I guess learning to read will eventually pay off for me. :) Thanks for the effort and the answer. Everything's working fine now. I wish there was a reputation "tipping jar" here so I could give you more than just an accepted answer.
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comment How do I get tmux to open up a set of panes without manually entering them?
The config file is being specified with -f -- so I'm going tmux new -f myconfig. The contents of that config file contains only new followed by splitw. I am killing any and all tmux processes before I try the command line tmux -f myconfig. I don't get two panes. I'm really at a loss here with what to do past this point (aside from just giving up on tmux).
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comment How do I get tmux to open up a set of panes without manually entering them?
OK, I'm maybe being as thick as a whale sandwich here, but right now I've got a configuration file that has only splitw in it -- nothing else -- and I'm still not getting a split screen because it says it can't establish the current session. If I add new before it, I get ... one window, one pane. I can't seem, for the life of me to get two panes at start-up.
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comment Which registry tool do you use for your PC?
You may want to try superuser.com for this kind of question.
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comment How do I interpret “total 18” in the output of the “ls -l” command in Solaris10?
You should probably ask this over on superuser.com. It's not really a programming question. You might want to, however, as a hint, check out man ls for details.
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comment effective way of learning linux command?
+1 in general, although I disagree with the final sentence.