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comment How to pass parameters to an alias?
Can you please look at my question - none of the solutions works for me and I am not allowed start a bounty.
Jan
20
comment How to create an alias for two Git commands that use a parameter?
Sorry again - but the solution does not work for me.
Dec
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Dec
19
comment How to create an alias for two Git commands that use a parameter?
To clearly repeat myself: your solution does not work for me.
Dec
9
revised How to create an alias for two Git commands that use a parameter?
Improved formatting.
Dec
9
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Dec
9
comment How to create an alias for two Git commands that use a parameter?
I tested your function. Only the second command is executed.
Dec
8
asked How to create an alias for two Git commands that use a parameter?
Dec
8
accepted How to create hyphen alias for zsh?
Oct
14
asked How to create hyphen alias for zsh?
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Mar
3
comment How to automatically apply wpa_supplicant configuration?
I managed to get it running as told in your initial answer. I did not have to change the file permissions. Thank you.
Mar
3
accepted How to automatically apply wpa_supplicant configuration?
Feb
25
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Feb
24
comment How to automatically apply wpa_supplicant configuration?
@KlaatuvonSchlacker Do you have an idea how I can find out why it works on the second computer?
Feb
23
comment How to automatically apply wpa_supplicant configuration?
Can you explain why it works on another machine the way I described as I mentioned before?
Feb
22
comment How to automatically apply wpa_supplicant configuration?
@TomHunt ... which means I should do what?
Feb
19
revised How to automatically apply wpa_supplicant configuration?
Improved formatting.
Feb
19
comment How to automatically apply wpa_supplicant configuration?
I appreciate your tutorial and would try that. To mention on Ubuntu 14.10 there is no path like /usr/lib/systemd/system, just /usr/lib/systemd. - Apart from that I have a second machine which automatically connects to the network. It also has the configuration file but in /etc/mywired.conf instead /etc/wpa_supplicant/mywired.conf. I do not remember how I wired it up there.
Feb
19
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