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comment Critical temperature reached - don't shut down
@don_crissti A good script writer can be a terrible hardware guy and might actually worsen the situation simply by inspecting the hardware. So your advice only applies to people who have access to good hardware support.
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comment Critical temperature reached - don't shut down
The laptop is 1.5 years old, so it is likely that it is dried out thermal paste. But messing with the internals of a laptop is not really my force, and since the shutdown happens rarely, I would much rather have it suspend to RAM.
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comment How to run x instances of a script parallel?
Are you being hit by bad defaults from your distribution maintainer? stackoverflow.com/questions/16448887/…
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answered How to run x instances of a script parallel?
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accepted GNU/Linux swapping blocks system
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answered GNU/Linux swapping blocks system
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answered How can I propagate my SSH pub key to a list of servers without having to type my password in over and over?
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comment Accessing fish functions from perl
I respectfully disagree that forcing a function to be globally visible is more powerful than being able to keep it locally visible: I often create a throw-away function called doit. If I create a function in two different windows I do not want one definition to overwrite the other.
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answered Accessing fish functions from perl
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comment Accessing fish functions from perl
@cuonglm I tested with 2.1.1. This still does not work: setenv quux (echo foo;echo bar); echo "$quux". It works beautifully in Bash: quux=$(echo foo;echo bar); echo "$quux"
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comment Accessing fish functions from perl
Would that not violate the first design principle for fish? fishshell.com/docs/current/design.html
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comment Accessing fish functions from perl
Assume it is a function that I will never use again, can I avoid saving it?