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revised Is there a command line (or autohotkey) way of dismounting a USB drive?
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comment Is there a command line (or autohotkey) way of dismounting a USB drive?
will give them both a try.... Will accept if they work for me (which I am sure they will).
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asked Is there a command line (or autohotkey) way of dismounting a USB drive?
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comment Listing lines from just one file in DIFF
For a one off the pipe method is fine. I would prefer ` perl -ne"print if s/^-//" ` but that is taste. I think I see what --changed-group-format='%<' are doing for me now....
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asked Listing lines from just one file in DIFF
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accepted What's the difference between filename and ./filename in Linux
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asked What's the difference between filename and ./filename in Linux
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asked Can I set outlook to default to printing monthly
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comment ssh starting a command such as mutt
@coneslayer - I had seen the pseudo-terminal but didnt understand what it really did. This does the trick for me
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accepted ssh starting a command such as mutt
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asked ssh starting a command such as mutt
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comment Can I import an outline into powerpoint
@sblair - have briefly tried that but I am tempted to look too much at the presentation side. I find it helpful to step away from Powerpoint. Pehaps should give it another try
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asked Can I import an outline into powerpoint
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comment How do you define your own shortcuts in Outlook 2007
Ah - I didnt think of looking on SO - it seemed more of a SU sort of thing. Thanks for the info.
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asked How do you define your own shortcuts in Outlook 2007
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accepted Command line way of stopping a process in windows
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comment Command line way of stopping a process in windows
that is what I am looking for. Thanks
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comment Command line way of stopping a process in windows
Thanks @random. I did have a look for similar but used "stop" rather than "kill" so didnt see that one. Ho hum!
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asked Command line way of stopping a process in windows