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Apr
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awarded  Popular Question
Apr
4
answered Windows visio pngs can't be opened on linux
Mar
26
comment Windows visio pngs can't be opened on linux
@JeffSchaller I am not familiar with convert, but I guessed parameters and as you can see in the updated question, it did not work.
Mar
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revised Windows visio pngs can't be opened on linux
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Mar
25
asked Windows visio pngs can't be opened on linux
Feb
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accepted bash completion very incomplete on centos 7
Feb
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revised bash completion very incomplete on centos 7
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Feb
18
revised bash completion very incomplete on centos 7
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Feb
18
comment bash completion very incomplete on centos 7
+1 for checking the version (I get a newer (?!) one from the base repo), unfortunatly I can't find bash-completion in the epel repository (see update question). Any further ideas?
Feb
18
revised bash completion very incomplete on centos 7
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Feb
18
comment Mysterious 8 second delay in boot after grub
what does dmesg say
Feb
18
asked bash completion very incomplete on centos 7
Nov
9
awarded  Teacher
May
19
answered Is there a shutdown/restart command for x11VNC? - Linux (Debian)
Mar
30
accepted Why am I missing 2% of my ram
Mar
30
comment Why am I missing 2% of my ram
Is the Bios reserved memory given in words (of 4 Bytes), rather than Bytes? Otherwise it does not add up to 1.2 GB.
Mar
30
asked Why am I missing 2% of my ram
Dec
10
accepted calling Bash Function from alias definition
Dec
10
comment calling Bash Function from alias definition
While I think that I will go for the subshell option (seems best), the solution you suggest ommits the case where I run ise and analyzer. It only removes one alias, meaning the script will get sourced a second time if i run those two commands one after another.
Dec
9
comment calling Bash Function from alias definition
So how do I work arround the subshell issue? After all I want the addition to the list to be executed. I think adding the iseAlias will help me to get arround the subshell but in general how do I do something like VAR=resultOfFunction X where I execute the resultOfFunction in the same bash but only at definition time?