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Debian user, GNU/Linux enthusiast, FLOSS supporter, hobby developer.


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reviewed Approve Sed error “sed: -e expression #1, char [#]: extra characters after command”
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comment Backup a programming directory
If you are just trying to rename some files, how is the script you posted relevant? I don't see any mention of program.out in the script anyways.
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accepted tmux chain keyboard shortcuts, or equivalent for screen's `bind -c` + `command -c`
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comment tmux chain keyboard shortcuts, or equivalent for screen's `bind -c` + `command -c`
I've edited the question.
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comment tmux chain keyboard shortcuts, or equivalent for screen's `bind -c` + `command -c`
I described one use case in my question, which is to have a separate prefix key for application launchers, essentially giving the application launchers their own "name-"/"key-"space instead of hunting for unused, hard-to-remember keys among the default set.
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asked tmux chain keyboard shortcuts, or equivalent for screen's `bind -c` + `command -c`
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answered changing bash hotkeys
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comment tmux vs. screen
a paid nerd's comment is a very important qualification of your last point. And the second point as stated is not really a difference as it applies to screen as well unless you can be more specific.
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comment What shell allows recalling commands with certain beginning?
Which is why I prefer Ctrl-r because you can interactively edit before hitting enter. For a 2 step approach you can do !rm:p to just print the expansion without running it.
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answered Downloading an (apache) online directory locally using cli (wget …)
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comment What shell allows recalling commands with certain beginning?
Not suggesting a different shell, hence the comment instead of answer. Have you tried the Ctrl-r reverse incremental search feature? Alternatively, !foo will run the last command you entered beginning with foo.
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answered bash wildcard completion