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The shell running in the terminal receives the script that you're pasting on its standard input, and your script itself reads from standard input. There's a conflict here: your script will end up reading a bit of itself. If you don't get a sudo prompt, then what happens is: The shell reads whole lines until it has a complete command. The first line starts ...


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This neither, but have a look at tmux-yank, as described in Use system clipboard in vi-copy mode in tmux and Getting tmux to copy a buffer to the clipboard. After installing, prefix + y - copies text from the command line to clipboard. copy mode bindings: y - copy selection to system clipboard


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Found klipper history folder in ~/.local/share/klipper. Running cat on history2.lst file outputs the clipboard history since last restart of the server instance (had to run rcxdm). Couldn't find the supplementary information I was looking for as history1.lst/history.lst (I assume there should be a first file if there is a second...) was absent from the ...


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Try running VBoxClient --clipboard and see if you can copy and paste from the client to the host and vv. If that works you might want to just add that command as a line to your ~/.bashrc. It doesn't hurt to be invoked multiple times, and I have not been able to convince Solus to use it from ~/.xinitrc as the log indicates. The video here, shows a clean ...


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You can make urxvt copy to both Primary and Clipboard with the selection-to-clipboard perl extenion. This keeps them in sync, so you just copy once in urxvt and it should work in applications that use either. URxvt.perl-ext-common: selection-to-clipboard


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Copy/paste to work add these: sudo apt-get install autocutsel add autocutsel -fork line to xstartup file with: vi /home/<username>/.vnc/xstartup like this: \#!/bin/bash xrdb $HOME/.Xresources autocutsel -fork startxfce4 & restart vncserver


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~/.ssh/config: Host REMOTEHOST ... ForwardX11 yes /etc/ssh/sshd_config: X11Forwarding yes bash: $ xclip -o | ssh REMOTEHOST 'DISPLAY=:0 xclip -i'


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Nano is a terminal application, so it doesn't have cross-application copy-paste, only an internal clipboard. It's possible to copy a file to the clipboard on a Linux machine, but that requires a GUI (an X server), you can't do that with a pure text connection. You can actually use PuTTY to make a text+graphics connection by activating X11 forwarding, but ...


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With the unlikely name of vncconfig on Linux, you can get bidirectional cutbuffer/clipboard interaction. From the manual entry of vncconfig: vncconfig is used to configure and control a running instance of Xvnc, or any other X server with the VNC extension. Note that it cannot be used to control VNC servers prior to version 4. When run with no ...


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On the Linux machine, logged into within PuTTY, cat result.csv. Within the PuTTY-window, hold shift and mark what you want to copy. That should be copied to Window's clipboard then.


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So my suggestion would be to copy the file to your local computer using scp instead. If you have ssh working then you should have the possibility to connect with scp. Try using a program called winscp



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