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comment How to create an alias for two Git commands that use a parameter?
@WarrenYoung Finally, you nudged my nose into the dirt again. I had an alias configured somewhere else which overwrote the function. In short, the function by Michael works - thanks! One issue (worth a new question) is that there is no auto-completion for branch names when I use the function within zsh.
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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
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.
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.
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
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
18
comment How to automatically apply wpa_supplicant configuration?
When I execute sudo systemctl enable rc-local the following is output: pastebin.com/psFJBcjj
Jun
16
comment How to install QGIS from source into user space?
Same paths on my system. So I tried ccmake -DPYTHON_LIBRARY=/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libpython2.7.so -DPYTHON_INCLUDE_PATH=/usr/include/python2.7 .. but the problem remains.
May
10
comment How to copy partioning information with dd?
@HaukeLaging I added the geometries. I fixed the typo for the disc size. // Have fun at droidcon :)
May
7
comment How to copy partioning information with dd?
@HaukeLaging It is the output of TestDisk of the "Quick analyze" step. I had to manually type the output into another computer - I check tonight for a typo. Thx for the command.
May
6
comment How to copy partioning information with dd?
@Gilles I am still afraid to write the partition information to the original disc. That is why I want to test it with the copy. Do you know if changing the number of cylinders will be reversible once I applied it to the original disc?
May
6
comment Why is Apache running on port 8080 instead on port 80?
Is there any point within the installation of Apache2 where the user can decide which account is used to run the service?
May
6
comment Why is Apache running on port 8080 instead on port 80?
@JoelDavis Strange. How comes? I cannot remember that I configured the port manually (this is a freshly installed Ubuntu machine). Please convert your comment to an answer if this is the final solution.
May
6
comment How to copy partioning information with dd?
Thx. I will try these commands in a few hours.
May
6
comment How to copy partioning information with dd?
Yes, the letters indicate the partion type. Though dd offers to clone everything. Which other tool do you have in mind?
May
6
comment How to copy partioning information with dd?
@HaukeLaging A typo. I will post the original output as soon as I am back home. But the major difference is the partioning information: P and L missing at the beginning of the lines.
May
2
comment How to recover the partition table (Windows, Ubuntu) of an unallocated disc?
I believe it makes sense to do a raw back-up of my disc with dd or some other tool before I write the partition table. I am afraid the encrypted home partition could get lost totally.