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answered Macports irssi & perl5 installation issues
May
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answered What is the difference between screen-256 color and xterm-256color
May
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comment What is the difference between screen-256 color and xterm-256color
Don't set $TERM in .bashrc; it's just asking for this kind of problem.
May
13
comment How to set permission for run a program which is installed by root permission?
I wouldn't recommend running random stuff as root/with sudo. Seems like poor application design if it requires users to have write permission in its installation area, though.
May
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comment How do I install Xcode from a dmg file?
Expanding on this: the App Store can't use installers, it can only copy application bundles to /Applications. So if you want to install manually, you copy the application bundle yourself; there is no installer to run any more, nor does the short-lived Install Xcode.app exist any more.
May
11
comment Is iOS OpenSource? And Mac OS X/Darwin?
You can't build much of anything with what's there. Not even the base Darwin OS is usable as is; PureDarwin is the latest usable OS distribution based on it. And while there may be some UI components around, neither Display PDF nor Core Graphics are there.
May
11
answered Is iOS OpenSource? And Mac OS X/Darwin?
May
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answered Alternative to Mac OS X Activity Monitor?
May
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comment Bash Script for loop that is breaking lines up instead of using the whole line
It's not cat in a subshell per se, but the semantics of for.
May
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revised Bash Script for loop that is breaking lines up instead of using the whole line
formatting
May
11
answered create alias to ssh to a server and then connect to mysql
May
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answered What will happen when I 'cat' 'ksh'?