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comment Cannot connect to server through public ip
Are you sure you had wifi disabled on your phone, and it wasn't just on your local network?
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comment Cannot connect to server through public ip
This is a duplicate of SSH connection refused from inside my LAN with my accepted answer.
Dec
20
comment In Archlinux, it has a valid ip, but no connection could established
What does ip route say?
Dec
16
comment ls --color=auto (dir colors) not working in one directory
According to the LS_COLORS you posted, the only bright green files should be executables. Post some ls -l output.
Dec
16
comment ls --color=auto (dir colors) not working in one directory
If you have executables set to display bright green, then files with executable permission will display as bright green, regardless of whether they can actually be executed without error. To remove that highlighting, you'd need to fix their permissions.
Dec
16
comment ls --color=auto (dir colors) not working in one directory
And if that doesn't explain it, post the output of echo $LS_COLORS and at least some of the ls -l output.
Dec
16
answered ls --color=auto (dir colors) not working in one directory
Dec
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awarded  Nice Question
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Nov
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revised The background resets every time the system restarts
fix typos
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awarded  Yearling
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Sep
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answered Do we have more history for cd?
Sep
26
comment Sourcing files in ZSH doesn't work
@Rob1NN, there's your problem. Windows editors tend to create files with Windows line endings (CRLF). Notepad++ can create Unix-style files (LF), but it's not the default.
Sep
26
comment Sourcing files in ZSH doesn't work
@Rob1NN, your editor will probably notice that the files are now LF-only and preserve that, but I can't guarantee it since I don't know what editor you're using.
Sep
26
comment Sourcing files in ZSH doesn't work
@Rob1NN, you should ask another question about how you managed to save a file in DOS format. Give details of the editor you used and the exact process by which you split your .zshrc into separate files.
Sep
26
answered Sourcing files in ZSH doesn't work
Sep
23
revised du skip symbolic links
use semicolons where appropriate