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suggested suggested edit on How to turn off color with `ls`?
Jan
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comment How to turn off color with `ls`?
This is really the answer I was looking for, but I'll keep slm's answer as the chosen one since it handles cases of non-GNU ls, like BSD-derived versions (OS X, Solaris, and of course *BSD).
Jan
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accepted How to turn off color with `ls`?
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asked How to turn off color with `ls`?
Dec
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revised What is MEAN (on Ubuntu)?
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Dec
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accepted What is MEAN (on Ubuntu)?
Dec
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comment What is MEAN (on Ubuntu)?
Since I assumed that (unlike Ruby on Rails or something) Ubuntu is incidental--that is, MEAN does not require Ubuntu (they say "MEAN on Ubuntu" simply because they're giving you an Ubuntu VM with MEAN)--I didn't think of searching for the whole thing in quotes. But you're right, since other people were confused by the very same Digital Ocean panel button as I was, there you have it: relevant search results.
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asked What is MEAN (on Ubuntu)?
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Necromancer
Dec
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comment Stop vim from messing up my indentation on comments
I was able to skip the last two lines and still solve the problem
Dec
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accepted Stop vim from messing up my indentation on comments
Dec
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revised Stop vim from messing up my indentation on comments
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Dec
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asked Stop vim from messing up my indentation on comments
Dec
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revised Why do we need the reboot function in different binaries?
I changed my username, so I'm editing this to make it make sense
Dec
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suggested suggested edit on Why do we need the reboot function in different binaries?
Nov
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comment Is there a way to get *actual* (uninterpreted) shell arguments in a function or script?
Amazing answer! It might take me a while to absorb it all.
Oct
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awarded  Popular Question
Oct
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comment On Linux, can you write to HFS+ extended attributes?
So I guess the remaining question is this: will the extended attributes from the client FS (HFS+) get translated to extended attributes on the NAS FS (ext4 or possibly ZFS) and make the round trip completely intact?
Oct
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comment On Linux, can you write to HFS+ extended attributes?
@derobert: are you suggesting that I can just push files with HFS+ extended attributes to the server and they'll be preserved no matter what FS is used on the server? And that I can modify them from OS X clients?