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Apr
10
comment How can I clear the scrollback buffer in konsole from bash?
@SandeepDatta: It works with konsole 4.14.3 on Fedora 20; it doesn't clear the screen--it clears the scrollback buffer.
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revised vim line wrap with indent
Feature made it upstream
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comment vim line wrap with indent
@Heptite Thank you for the heads-up!
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revised In bash, how to sort strings with numbers in them?
fix bug introduced by other user
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comment Where can I find a comprehensive list of Fedora17 hotkeys?
Hotkeys will depend on the desktop environment such as KDE or Gnome. Which one are you using?
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comment How do you gunzip a file and keep the .gz file?
@Sen: pkunzip is more directly comparable to tar -xzf <filename.tar.gz>; it extracts multiple files from a compressed file, and does not remove the compressed file. In *NIX systems, the concepts of "bundle multiple files together" and "compress data" aren't conflated like they are with .zip. This means that when new compression systems come along, we don't have to reinvent/reimplement the "bundle multiple files together" code/logic.
Mar
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comment How can I clear the scrollback buffer in konsole from bash?
@PatricB.: true, though in this context, I'm expecting him to incorporate it into a script
Mar
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comment how to access resource fork of hfs+ filesystem on linux
That worked; thanks. Files without a resource fork on the hfs+ filesystem would give a 'permission denied' error when I tried to access /rsrc, which let me determine which files had resource forks and which didn't.
Mar
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accepted how to access resource fork of hfs+ filesystem on linux
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comment Can you add a hard drive to a RAID?
I haven't tried it recently, but Linux software RAID5 was able to create a 2-disk RAID5, and worked fine, including degraded operation and rebuild. Think of a two-disk RAID5 as a computationally expensive RAID1. But it does buy you the ability to add disks later.
Feb
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comment vim line wrap with indent
@puk: Sorry, a major software upgrade had changed some link locations. I've fixed those now.
Feb
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revised vim line wrap with indent
fix broken link