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answered Recursively search folder but exclude svn subfolder
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comment “tar --exclude-backups” does not exclude files with tilde at end
@Alex the ~a file is included, too. Anyway, I have just seen backup files with a tilde at the end for now...
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accepted “tar --exclude-backups” does not exclude files with tilde at end
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asked “tar --exclude-backups” does not exclude files with tilde at end
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accepted VirtualBox: two network interfaces (NAT and host-only ones) in a Debian guest on Ubuntu
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answered VirtualBox: two network interfaces (NAT and host-only ones) in a Debian guest on Ubuntu
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comment VirtualBox: two network interfaces (NAT and host-only ones) in a Debian guest on Ubuntu
Ok, I added the output of the commands to the question.
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revised VirtualBox: two network interfaces (NAT and host-only ones) in a Debian guest on Ubuntu
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comment VirtualBox: two network interfaces (NAT and host-only ones) in a Debian guest on Ubuntu
Well, they are separated (my NAT space is 10.0.2.0/24 and my NAT is 192.168.56.0/24).
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asked VirtualBox: two network interfaces (NAT and host-only ones) in a Debian guest on Ubuntu
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comment How do you detach the 2nd screen from within another screen?
If you use another escape character just double the second escape key. For example, I use Control+t and so I should press Control+t t d.
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comment Showing GNU screen session name and window title in shell prompt
Perfect! This is what I was looking for. BTW, there is a way to get the window title, instead of the window number?
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accepted Showing GNU screen session name and window title in shell prompt