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Sep
11
asked Create a keyboard shortcut that maps to the down/up arrows on the keyboard in Fedora
Jul
17
comment git bash-completion on mac osx does not work following standard installation instructions
Changing terminal to run /opt/local/bin/bash resolved it. Can you tell me why this step is needed?
Jul
17
accepted git bash-completion on mac osx does not work following standard installation instructions
Jul
17
asked git bash-completion on mac osx does not work following standard installation instructions
Jun
24
awarded  Popular Question
May
3
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
8
awarded  Yearling
Sep
9
accepted Reverse history search in bash followed by arrow keys causes cursor to display at the wrong location
Sep
9
comment Reverse history search in bash followed by arrow keys causes cursor to display at the wrong location
Yet better: the problem seems to go away if the current line is redrawn. Either C-l to clear screen and redraw current line or creating a key binding for the unbound function redraw-current-line.
Sep
8
comment Reverse history search in bash followed by arrow keys causes cursor to display at the wrong location
A better solution than echo that I just found: Append a '#' to the beginning of the line rather than an echo. This way bash treats the whole line like a comment.
Sep
8
comment Reverse history search in bash followed by arrow keys causes cursor to display at the wrong location
Thanks, I actually tried that just a little while ago. In my case I was careless and blew away a file because there was a pipe in the command that swallowed the echo. You are correct, this seems to only affect long commands according to my experimentation.
Sep
8
revised Reverse history search in bash followed by arrow keys causes cursor to display at the wrong location
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Sep
8
asked Reverse history search in bash followed by arrow keys causes cursor to display at the wrong location
Jul
19
comment Get a fixed dns for an ec2 instance
OK, I'll see if I can get this to work tomorrow, and yes, I save the instance. Everything is stored in EBS when the instance is stopped. The only question is whether I can run dyndns or something similar automatically I guess.
Jul
19
comment Get a fixed dns for an ec2 instance
Are you suggesting running dyndns from the instance? Is it possible to update the dns record from the instance automatically when it's started (sorry if this is a dumb question. I'm an ec2 n00b.)
Jul
19
asked Get a fixed dns for an ec2 instance
Jul
11
accepted Repetitive popup warning that my hard drive has problems in Fedora 15
Jul
8
comment Repetitive popup warning that my hard drive has problems in Fedora 15
I have two hard drives (I guess) sda and sdb, and have a dual boot machine (Windows/Fedora). How do I figure out which files are on which disk? I haven't booted into Windows in months and could tolerate bad sectors in that disk.
Jul
8
asked Repetitive popup warning that my hard drive has problems in Fedora 15
Jul
8
comment Set keyboard shortcuts that use the Windows key (Mod4) in Fedora 15?
What do you mean? I tried adding the shortcuts again, if that's what you mean.