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revised In Sublime Text how do you short-cut writing code?
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comment Can't run “git” without sudo on OS X
@SamirSabri The whoami command returns your username. When you wrap a command in $(), its output is replaced on the commandline. This is called command substitution. Thus, for example, when I type echo $(whoami), it runs echo slhck.
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reviewed Approve Squid Different Cache Store Directory
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comment Whats an inexpensive domain registrar that features CNAME Records on my base domain?
There are lots of questions mixed here, all of them not on topic. You could ask on chat here: chat.stackexchange.com/rooms/524/webmasters – but in essence, it's asking for shopping recommendations which are considered off topic on Stack Exchange sizes.
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comment How to write a shell script output to an XML file
I would say sed -i -- 's/4/6/g' file.xml but your question is too vague. Are there any other contents in the file?
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comment Deleting Frameworks of Unused Programs Mac.
Ah! You may want to mention in your question that it's a third party framework and none of the system default ones.
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comment Deleting Frameworks of Unused Programs Mac.
Why would you want to delete them? The frameworks are quite essential, even if you think you're not using them. This calls for problems.
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comment How do I configure custom URL handlers on OS X?
@nute Just from the top of my head, not sure. Perhaps an app created with Automator that wraps a shell script?
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comment How to split videos with FFmpeg and -segment_times option?
@Mr.Hyde That's probably caused by the original video containing keyframes at irregular intervals. When you're using -c copy, ffmpeg can only split the video at keyframes, because the bitstream isn't touched. If you re-encode (i.e., choose any encoder with -c:v), then you should get regular segment times, provided that your chosen keyframe interval is at least as long as the segments you want.
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revised Pavilion G7-1950US Notebook PC will not boot
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comment Vim solarized looks wrong
What OS, what terminal?
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