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revised Deleting Word text-objects in VIM
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revised Deleting Word text-objects in VIM
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comment Deleting Word text-objects in VIM
since iskeyword is a local option you can use different definitions of iskeyword in different buffers
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answered Deleting Word text-objects in VIM
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revised find command help
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comment find command help
Thanks for the hint! Changed -and to -a. I think a visible operator makes the statement more legible.
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comment find command help
You have to prepend 7 and 1M with a + sign
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comment find command help
on most systems you really can access the man pages offline. You may try man find
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answered find command help
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comment If some program is not working in Ubuntu, how to uninstall and reinstall
try sudo chown k4 /home/k4/.local/share/recently-used.xbel /home/k4/.config/ibus/bus
Jul
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comment If some program is not working in Ubuntu, how to uninstall and reinstall
apt-get purge doesn't touch config files in your $HOME dir. You have to delete them on your own. Just type ls -d .* and look for names that are related to the stated programs. Delete them with a simple rm -r.
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answered If some program is not working in Ubuntu, how to uninstall and reinstall
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comment Uncommenting multiple lines of code, specified by line numbers, using vi or vim
NERD Commenter is the way to go here in my opinion! +1 for that
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comment Interacting with X applications programmatically
i think the use of xdotool should only be considered in real emergency cases! Scripting something serious with xdotool is more a pain than a pleasure. Before you try xdotool ask the developer if the application has a dbus interface. That would make your plan much simpler.
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answered Ctrl+W in vi[m] to erase to whitespace
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answered How to pipe the stdout to a file if the current command is already being piped through gzip
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answered Why does wlan1 not get a static IP?
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comment Change library location
If you still have the corresponding makefile and are lucky enough that it implements the uninstall target a simple make uninstall should remove all files that were previously installed.