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comment Mutt will not let me save an SSL certificate
Might I humbly suggest you wrote up an answer based on your partial solution and using account-hooks? I'd up vote it.
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revised Vim/Gvim default file type on Windows
This was about windows, not unix...
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comment Vim/Gvim default file type on Windows
+1, accepted! Thank you. I did edit you post to make it windows specific instead of *nix specific since my question was about windows.
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answered Automatically sort list messages to list folder with IMAP
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answered Recovering Ubuntu after filesystem was overwritten using dd
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comment Dotty shows all labels as dots (period) instead of text
Have a look at $HOME/.xsession-errors and/or /var/log/Xorg.0.log to see if there are errors there. Start dotty in a console (so you can see any messages send to stderr). Look at what fonts you have installed and force a font in the dot file to see if it makes any difference.
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comment Dotty shows all labels as dots (period) instead of text
Are the right fonts installed?
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comment In Linux, how do I truncate command-line output?
@Nikki then cut is what you want. I am sure that you can do something clever with awk to get the same thing but really, cut is easier. ^_-
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answered In Linux, how do I truncate command-line output?
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comment Linux – cannot remove owned file with 777 permissions
In general, consider using rm -rf DIRECTORY_NAME and not "*". It will save you from that one time when you will think yourself in directory /some/where/safe but are instead in /home
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answered Linux application to tail multiple log files (like OS X Console.app)