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How can I disable selection highlight auto-copying?

I've finally found myself at home in Linux, but there is still one thing that has bothered me since the start, and I have not found a realistic solution: How do I disable the automatic copying of ...
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1answer
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Getting the value of the clipboard

Is there a command to output the current value of the clipboard? Example (this command doesn't exists, it's just an example of what I'm looking for: cat clipboard > Hello world! Also, if the ...
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1answer
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Filter the clipboard content without using an intermediate file

I'm trying to modify the text that is in my clipboard, remove certain lines of that contains some strings and then get the output for further manipulation (I prefer coping to my clipboard only if I ...
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3answers
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How many clipboards are in system? [duplicate]

I was recently thrown there from the windows world and I'd like to ask some questions about clipboards in Linux (and Unix?) systems. What is X clipboard? How many clipboards are in Linux? Actually, ...
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1answer
258 views

Keyboard shortcut to copy current command from terminal to clipboard [duplicate]

Is there any way to copy current command (line typed in bash prompt) in terminal to X-clipboard without involving a mouse?
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1answer
150 views

Clipboard utility to paste back multiple lines one by one

I need a tool or utility that can take a text file and copy each line onto the clipboard in a way so I can paste back the text line by line by continuously pressing Ctlr-V. For example, if the text ...
4
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1answer
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Can I access X11's clipboard from tty1-6?

Sometimes, when I'm running on battery and don't need a window manager, I'll log into tty1, fire up fbterm and Vim and work. Later, if I need the window manager, I'll use the log in GUI but switch ...
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2answers
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Copying files from command line to clipboard

In a GUI file manager it is possible to select a few files, press Ctrl-C (which supposedly copies come info about the files to clipboard), then navigate to another folder and press Ctrl-V, which will ...
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3answers
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Is there a tool that pastes from clipboard one character at a time?

Is there a tool that pastes from clipboard one character at a time? Something that would simulate a real person typing, like in the movies ;) Of course I am referring to X applications, preferably ...
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1answer
420 views

Methods of pasting X11 primary selection contents?

I like having a keyboard shortcut to paste contents of X11 clipboard. Right now, I have the following in my .Xresources file: XTerm*VT100*translations: #override \n\ <Key>F2: ...
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1answer
372 views

Pasting the content of xclip onto gedit [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Copy file to xclip and paste to Firefox I would use the following command to copy the output of uptime to the clipboard: uptime | xclip Then I can paste the copied ...
2
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1answer
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How should I start X after ssh'ing into a remote box?

I am trying to syncronize my clipboard with a remote machine using XQuartz and xsel. It works, but only after I run an X windows program: connecting from Mac OS X with Quartz running and the ...
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1answer
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Copy file to xclip and paste to Firefox

I'm coping file to xclip cat file.txt | xclip I'm pasting without problem with xclip -o When I want to paste it to Firefox with Ctrl+V it pastes old text (that shouldn't already be in the ...
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2answers
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How to share the clipboard betwen bash and X11

In this thread the top answer shows how to copy text that has been previously selected with the mouse on a gnome-terminal, to the clipboard in X11. My question is: Say I copy a piece of text from the ...
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4answers
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Are there any advanced clipboard managers for Linux?

Are there any "advanced clipboard" managers for Linux that can store several things at one time? For example I might wnat to collect several things in the clipboard: a .jpg file some text etc. ...
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How can I use just one unified clipboard?

I don't really understand the linux clipboard/s scheme. Instead of understanding it, is there a way to simplify it into one, unified clipboard? You know, so I could copy in any app and paste in any ...