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Apr
6
revised How to break long lines in vim?
Implement Ben's suggestion from the comments.
Mar
30
revised How to break long lines in vim?
Including Ingo Karkat's clarification.
Mar
30
revised How to break long lines in vim?
Clarify second command example.
Mar
30
revised How to break long lines in vim?
Typo: `gw` → `gww`
Jan
12
revised duplicity wiki excerpt
added 133 characters in body
Jan
12
revised duplicity wiki description
added 835 characters in body
Jan
12
revised Can I run Duplicity backups as root, without sending to S3 as root?
Added tag.
Sep
8
revised How to remove accidentally set file association
Tagging, clarification of question.
Aug
31
revised Unable to install python 2.7.6
Tagging.
Aug
21
revised Bash Script to repeat every word in a line?
Fix the spelling error that was used to adhere to the exact formulation of the question, but since the question in itself has been corrected it just looked silly. Also reword the earlier addition a bit.
Jul
19
revised Test if a package is installed in APT
Add syntax highlighting.
Jul
15
revised Byobu versus gnu screen versus tmux
Improved language.
Jun
18
revised How to tell apt that dependencies are resolved manually?
Added link to TeX.SX.
Mar
10
revised Linux: delete all directories with only one file and no subdirectories
Added reverse loop.
Mar
7
revised How to rename file using CMD “Track ?.mp3” to “T00?.mp3”
Added OS tag.
Mar
6
revised how to use grep and mv together in a directory in shell?
Expanded on GNU extensions.
Mar
5
revised How to make memory usable again after filling system drive on win7
Grammar, formatting, linkification
Feb
28
revised Greatest number in a column using shell script
As mentioned in comments.
Jan
30
revised What is Gnome / KDE etc?
I would say it is not common for distributions to install both Gnome and KDE by default.
Jan
30
revised What is Gnome / KDE etc?
Spelling, formatting, consistency in terms. No (intended) changes in information.