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awarded  Famous Question
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asked opening zip over a share (guest: mac, host: ubuntu) writes “hidden” files
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awarded  Yearling
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comment How to watch a video in full screen on multiple monitors?
nice. @darth: Window decoration can be taken care of: borders can be set in windows's settings, and i guess i can write a simple program to take care of all decorations of a given window.
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Mar
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asked is ajenti a cpanel/virtualmin replacement?
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answered Equivalent to Sysinternals Process Explorer on Linux
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comment Equivalent to Sysinternals Process Explorer on Linux
it lacks sorting or finding a process. if you have tons of processes, you can't locate yours.
Feb
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comment How to insert the last output line into the command line?
actually, if I add this to ANY command, and set the response to a variable, it might actually be a good lead...
Oct
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comment ssh private key works for root, but not for normal user
@MartinPrikryl, CristianCiupitu - done
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accepted ssh private key works for root, but not for normal user
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accepted How to insert the last output line into the command line?
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answered How to insert the last output line into the command line?
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comment How to insert the last output line into the command line?
good. i'll post my complete answer including the lead you gave me
Sep
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comment How to insert the last output line into the command line?
it's not. i'm looking for "retrospective" solution, i.e. i dont want to add these arguments BEFORE each time i need the last line, i thought there's something that either remembers or reads the line above the prompt...
Sep
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accepted catfish indexer results via pipe or STDOUT?
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comment catfish indexer results via pipe or STDOUT?
your example isn't relevant (to me) because the power of a an indexer is in content indexing: i dont want to search the whole computer again and again for a word if i dont know the filename etc... i'll have to find the search-by-content back-end and find its command line...