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Jan
9
comment How to setup OSX as a wifi router from the command line
I'm also looking for information on this. The following gives more insight into the problem with the "Create Network" option: apple.stackexchange.com/questions/154658/… . Also found some commands for working with wifi networks here but have not tried them yet, so don't know if they will help: cnet.com/news/…
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accepted In Windows (8), when typing a quotation mark, nothing happens until the next key is pressed. How can I disable this?
Jul
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comment In Windows (8), when typing a quotation mark, nothing happens until the next key is pressed. How can I disable this?
@Ramhound thanks, but I've found it's because of the "United States-International" input method.
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revised In Windows (8), when typing a quotation mark, nothing happens until the next key is pressed. How can I disable this?
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asked In Windows (8), when typing a quotation mark, nothing happens until the next key is pressed. How can I disable this?
May
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comment print specific line and then some more
You might be using some stripped down version of grep. If you're on an RPM-based distribution you can probably do rpm -ql grep or on a DEB-based distribution, dpkg -l grep to get the version.
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answered how to make man page not disappear on exit
Dec
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comment GNU Screen, any command causes a lockup
You can try cat /etc/redhat-release (from memory), or lsb_release -a. Screen should be available from the official repositories, so you could have tried yum install screen.