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revised Has CPU speed already broken Moore's law?
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awarded  Good Answer
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awarded  Great Answer
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revised Remote edit with local editor (Linux)
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comment Remote edit with local editor (Linux)
@Matth yeah, dumb typo. Fixed
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awarded  Nice Answer
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answered Some unexplained numbers with the kill command?
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comment Get URL from HTML file using FindStr
now you have two problems. HTML is too complex for findstr or regex in general. Any findstr solution will eventually break
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comment Mac OS X: Best Way to Make an ISO from a CD or DVD
+1 for Burn. Easier than system tools
Apr
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comment How can I create a shell script shortcut?
@bytecode77 actually you cant. the alias is the way to "rename" it, with some caveats. why the name change needed? you could have a local shell script in your PATH that is names application i do this all the time, for specific reasons
Apr
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comment How can I create a shell script shortcut?
@bytecode77 if you're symlinking to /bin, you're almost surely Doing It Wrong. Edit the shell startup file and add to PATH
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comment How can I create a shell script shortcut?
@bytecode77 1) to make this "permannt" you need to put this in the shell startup file, eg $HOME/.bashrc or the like 2) An alias is a text substitution, it can do subtly different things than a normal invocation.