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Aug
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Aug
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Aug
20
comment open(1) in rifle.conf for ranger on OS X
OK. I edited the question to explain that I had not run ranger --copy-config=all. Now, I see where you got the has … parts. Whilst neither of the lines in this answer were effective, you do win the bounty – for the attention, and for direction when I was "half-lost". Both lines were enough to get me thinking better. Thanks again. (Side note: that Ubuntu man page link file://~/.config/ranger/rifle.conf is not effective on OS X here.)
Aug
20
revised open(1) in rifle.conf for ranger on OS X
ranger --copy-config=all
Aug
20
revised open(1) in rifle.conf for ranger on OS X
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Aug
17
comment open(1) in rifle.conf for ranger on OS X
Thanks, which one of the links?
Aug
17
answered open(1) in rifle.conf for ranger on OS X
Aug
15
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Aug
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Aug
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comment FreeBSD is not Unix. But its Unix-Like Unix. Where is then the main Unix to read the source code?
This answer interests me. @Luke maybe include a few links? Part of en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Unix might be useful – just a thought.
Aug
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comment FreeBSD is not Unix. But its Unix-Like Unix. Where is then the main Unix to read the source code?
web.archive.org/web/20120413233523/http://cvs.opensolaris.org/…
Aug
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revised open(1) in rifle.conf for ranger on OS X
added 270 characters in body
Aug
2
asked open(1) in rifle.conf for ranger on OS X
Apr
6
comment What is using this network socket?
In Stack Overflow: What processes are using which ports on unix? (2008-09-24)
Apr
6
answered What is using this network socket?
Jan
4
comment ddrescue extremely slow on USB hard drive
Shared experience: ddrescue rates low (~20,000 kB/s) with ZFS content on a good drive, USB 3.0 limited to USB 2.0 with a 2009 MacBookPro5,2
Jan
18
comment sudo: unable to initialize PAM: No such file or directory
Please: where is it indicated that -8076 relates to permissions? For me today, error -8076 occurred when attempting to rename a file or folder that was already renamed – when Finder had not yet shown the result of the first successful attempt to rename.
Dec
2
comment How to tell sudo to repeat lecture once?
In Super User, with an accepted answer: Keeping the fancy sudo warning forever (2012-11-05).
Nov
30
revised GPU usage monitoring (CUDA)
Improved formatting.
Nov
28
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