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Jun
4
comment Accidentally removed read permissions from folder. How do I get back in?
Yes, I've used -r instead of the CAPITAL -R so, I've used -r lowercase.
May
21
comment ls -al list order re-arranged on osx terminal - can't we do this?
Silviu: I want to thank you for your work. I will not use unfortunately your suggestion but it sure answers the question. Again, thanks a lot.
May
21
comment ls -al list order re-arranged on osx terminal - can't we do this?
@Daniel Beck here is a line of an ls -la : -rw-r--r-- 1 mem staff 0B Oct 15 2011 .localized - Oct 15 2011 being a date. Perhaps a creation or modified date. Cheers.
May
20
comment ls -al list order re-arranged on osx terminal - can't we do this?
Silviu, I'm really sorry for bother you again. :( Can you please check my question update. I see no creation date and, the list gets outlined somehow. Please advice.
May
20
comment How to properly copy/paste code from .pdf to a new file open on terminal?
I believe I found the issue: Use straight quotation marks (" ") when you’re typing code. (...) In InDesign, you can change a preference setting to determine which quotation marks are used. You can read more about it in the Use quotation marks Help topic. reference: blogs.adobe.com/indesigndocs/2009/05/5_typing_rules.html - thank you both.
May
20
comment How to properly copy/paste code from .pdf to a new file open on terminal?
@Daniel Beck - Actually, I believe typographical quotation was indeed used.I've update my question with an snapshot image of the pdf contents text.
May
20
comment How to properly copy/paste code from .pdf to a new file open on terminal?
I guess the original file was created in InDesign. So the problem must rely on that program, or is there any option on .pdf export in order to keep things straight ?
May
20
comment iTerm2 loses “ls” colors if I ssh to a server
Thanks. I believe I have no write access but, I'm using iterm2 with solarize. If I do ls --color what colors will it use ? Can we do something like export TERM =xterm-color or we can't do this since this is on our remote machine?
May
20
comment iTerm2 loses “ls” colors if I ssh to a server
ls -G don't show colors. If I do ls --color I get some. I don't know if the server shell as CLICOLOR and LSCOLORS set. If I echo CLICOLOR and LSCOLORS I got an empty line with nothing displayed.
May
20
comment ls -al list order re-arranged on osx terminal - can't we do this?
Thanks Silviu. Actually this is a start but, if I use this, I loose the colors. :( superuser.com/questions/109537/…
May
20
comment Unix: ls, how to sort first directories then files etc
unfortunately, this doesn't work on osx terminal, since -- option is not available.
May
20
comment ls -al list order re-arranged on osx terminal - can't we do this?
If I simple do: ls -la --group-directories-first it doesn't work. Perhaps it's a mac osx limitation that doesn't other on some others nix distros.
May
20
comment ls -al list order re-arranged on osx terminal - can't we do this?
Doesn't work. ls: illegal option -- - usage: ls [-ABCFGHLOPRSTUWabcdefghiklmnopqrstuwx1] [file ...]
May
19
comment How can I colorize ls on mac os x terminal?
yes I can indeed create it. :)
May
19
comment How can I colorize ls on mac os x terminal?
Those are related with permissions on that folder.
May
19
comment How can I colorize ls on mac os x terminal?
I've created a .bash_profile and place your lines inside. That worked. Some of my directories, not all, appear as a yellow/gold background - can you tell me why? Thanks.
May
19
comment How can I colorize ls on mac os x terminal?
Perhaps we can just create it ?
May
19
comment How can I colorize ls on mac os x terminal?
The file isn't there. The only thing similar perhaps is one called ".bash_history"
May
19
comment Command to remove all files and folders recursively including, hidden ones, on MAC OS Terminal?
Thanks for the clarification on your comment above. Now I understand your point. Any alternative suggestion then ?
May
19
comment Command to remove all files and folders recursively including, hidden ones, on MAC OS Terminal?
@Gordon Davisson: I've created a directory. I've added files to it, including hidden files. I've make that command. It has deleted all the contents inside that directory recursively, and it haven't deleted any content ABOVE that directory. Can you please clarify your comment ?