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comment Share a buffer between tmux / vim splits
Yes. There is a vim plugin that syncs the vim registers with tmux's buffers if you are inside a session. I'll try to dig it up when I'm off mobile.
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comment Are there pitfalls to putting $HOME in git instead of symlinking dotfiles?
Thanks, but maybe you missed the question. I'm well aware of the uses for this (hence why I wanted to do it in the first place), this question was about any pitfalls somebody new to doing this with git (as I was when I asked) might not be aware of. This doesn't seem to answer that question at all.
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revised Are there pitfalls to putting $HOME in git instead of symlinking dotfiles?
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comment Is USB-to-USB data transfer between two Linux OSes possible?
This is all fine except the bit about phones. The fact that many devices restrict what can be done doesn't negate the fact that the USB chips used in all but a handful of devices can run in client mode, some also being able to run in host mode.
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revised sending text input to a detached screen
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comment Why does brace expansion range use two dots instead of three (ellipsis)?
@slm I'm going to have to disagree on the close reason here. History questions about how something came to be are not really opinion based. Comments have already hinted the answer is just a matter of history and in spite of the "why" in the title this could be answered quite solidly.
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comment GNU Emacs; Does the GUI version offer anything more than the ability to have a GUI menu?
@javadba copy-paste using both selection and clipboard registers can be configured to work perfectly in vim in a terminal. I imagine properly configured emacs works fine too.
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comment How can I properly QoS streaming services on OpenWRT
OpenWRT does not have a very effective QoS implementation. Configuring it is kind of a stab in the dark unless you know enough about the packets to hand sort them. If a build is available for your router I would highly recommend flashing Tomato instead, specifically a shibby remix. If not available, DDWRT is available for more hardware and has better QoS that OpenWRT (but not nearly as good or easy to configure as Tomoto's.
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comment How can I start Apache on Arch Linux w/systemd using passphrase protected SSL keys?
@user3467349 Feature request maybe, but I don't see how it's a bug.
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