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This is easy enough to set up using the fnotify script. Set it to autoload and then customise it to print to a file of your choosing: sub filewrite { my ($text) = @_; # FIXME: there is probably a better way to get the irssi-dir... open(FILE,">>$ENV{HOME}/path/to/your/fnotified"); print FILE $text . "\n"; close (FILE); } Then, ...


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The scripts in /etc/init.d control system-wide startup scripts, while you want to start a service for your individual login session. There are ways to do this for all login sessions for all users, but they depend on how your system is set up. Likewise, there are ways to do this for your individual login session, but it depends on what type of session you ...


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The answer lies in two lines from your given :set output: runtimepath=~/.vim,/var/lib/vim/addons,/usr/share/vim/vimfiles,/usr/share/vim/vim73,/usr/share/vim/vimfiles/after,/var/lib/vim/addons/after,~/.vim/after statusline=%f %h%m%r%=%9*Obtaining ../ Somewhere, your statusline is being altered to contain Obtaining ../. Unless this is a stock vim thing ...



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