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revised How to set the default path/directory to the directory where the session was started?
fix grammar; path to tmux config file
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comment Using screen/Tmux to keep application running
You could always learn to use irssi. It's a configurable terminal IRC client. I use it and I love it.
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comment Why does swapon take ages when enabeling a swap file?
Why is your swap on an NTFS partition? Why not just use a swap partition?
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comment Cleaning current directory rm -r * on unix
I ran into that just this past week at work. It was something around 500,000 files...
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comment How to uniquely identify a computer in an online survey
I'll be that if you use a different browser, it will work. This is quite often done with fingerprinting like this: panopticlick.eff.org. Related: programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/122372/…
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comment Cleaning current directory rm -r * on unix
If you have a huge directory listing, this could fail because of the number of CMD args.
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comment Cleaning current directory rm -r * on unix
+1 It also eliminates the possibility of overflowing the command-line args. IIRC, you can only have 1k bytes for cmd args, so rm * may expand to more than that. Recreating the dir IMHO is the best option (unless you have hardlinks, but that's just dirty).
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comment Cleaning current directory rm -r * on unix
You'd probably want to cache pwd. I'm not sure if this would work properly after you delete it. _dir=$(pwd) ; rm -rf "$_dir" && .... Haven't tested it though, so I could be wrong.
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comment How to fix an external hard drive getting error “The disk structure is corrupted and unreadable”
Then I guess the next option is to attempt to recover: related superuser.com/questions/66793/…
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comment How to fix an external hard drive getting error “The disk structure is corrupted and unreadable”
Does it work correctly in Linux?