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Apr
22
awarded  Curious
Jan
9
asked Making XRANDR settings permanent
Dec
12
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
8
awarded  Critic
Oct
8
comment Where is the log of used commands in Linux?
This file also exists in Mac OSX. You can type vim ~/.bash_history to see the contents of the file under Mac.
Sep
8
comment How to change the color scheme of the prompt based on user?
Thank you. This works for my needs.
Sep
8
accepted How to change the color scheme of the prompt based on user?
Sep
8
comment How to change the color scheme of the prompt based on user?
This is a .bashrc include I am editing. I named the file .bash_prompt and I include it within my .bashrc. The sole purpose of this file is to load my alternative colors and allow me to edit PS1 outside of my bashrc.
Sep
8
asked How to change the color scheme of the prompt based on user?
Aug
24
awarded  Autobiographer
May
20
awarded  Supporter
May
6
accepted init.d script not being run on boot
May
6
comment init.d script not being run on boot
We are running 14.04 of Ubuntu. SystemD is unavailable. I was able to reduce my code down to 2 lines. I also replaced my previous answer by simply using crontab to run a single command on boot. It's much simpler that way. This is a fantastic answer so I am going to accept it for those who are using bleeding edge Ubuntu.
Apr
30
answered init.d script not being run on boot
Apr
30
comment init.d script not being run on boot
I have discovered my issue.
Apr
30
comment init.d script not being run on boot
I have removed all instances of .sh and made sure it is only showing mailcatcher in all spots now.
Apr
30
asked init.d script not being run on boot
Apr
30
awarded  Scholar
Apr
30
accepted How to wrap bash commands after adding color
Apr
22
awarded  Teacher