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Aug
24
awarded  Commentator
Aug
24
comment Default prolog for all ZSH scripts?
yeah, but I would not like to type libload to start some my script. For now, aliasing zsh extension to zsh works fine, so I don't even write shebangs for my zsh scripts. This is just a matter of 'over'-optimization of the environment ;)
Aug
23
asked Default prolog for all ZSH scripts?
Aug
22
accepted for breaks script execution in ZSH
Aug
21
asked for breaks script execution in ZSH
Aug
21
comment Default shell for running scripts (w/o shebang) in macos?
awesome, this worked!
Aug
21
accepted Default shell for running scripts (w/o shebang) in macos?
Aug
21
comment Default shell for running scripts (w/o shebang) in macos?
Or in the other words: if argument is file name that is on the PATH, how to find it's absolute path?
Aug
21
comment Default shell for running scripts (w/o shebang) in macos?
When I set alias -s zsh=/usr/local/bin/zsh and invoke a script that is on path, but not in current folder, then the system "can't open input file", which makes sense. So this is a step forward, but not yet final solution...
Aug
21
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Aug
21
comment Default shell for running scripts (w/o shebang) in macos?
By script name.
Aug
21
asked Default shell for running scripts (w/o shebang) in macos?
Aug
21
comment Echo with ansii colors doubles my text (zsh,mac)
Awesome, thank you! Problem at my place was setting the terminal title to current command like: printf "\e]1; $PWD:t:$(history $HISTCMD | cut -b7- ) \a" in (post/pre)exec function.
Aug
21
accepted Echo with ansii colors doubles my text (zsh,mac)
Aug
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asked Echo with ansii colors doubles my text (zsh,mac)
Oct
15
awarded  Scholar
Oct
15
comment Join WIFI network with connected client LAN network
This worked. Actually, I turned off the DHCP on router [3] and it starts to get addresses from router [2], and that did the trick.
Oct
15
accepted Join WIFI network with connected client LAN network
Oct
15
comment Join WIFI network with connected client LAN network
Thank you for the hint - after reading some more manuals, it seems that the correct configuration for router [3] is to be in the 'Client' mode. Anyhow, I was not able to configure [3] to be part of the 192.168.0.* network - device didn't allow its IP to be in the WAN range.
Oct
14
revised Join WIFI network with connected client LAN network
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