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bio website ali.moeeny.com
location Washington, DC
age 36
visits member for 3 years, 11 months
seen Nov 17 at 21:31

I love to build things that people love to use.
I like scientific data analysis.
I've spent most of my life in medicine and neuroscience!
I like: vim, zsh, golang, debian, python I am addicted to writing code! and learning new things!!


Dec
16
comment Any (text based) plotting tools in unix toolbox?
thanks, but I don't want to use any GUI, not for writing the code nor for showing the plots, I want to do it entirely in the terminal. Besides, I'd rather be able to run it without any need to sudo (for installation of anything).
Dec
16
asked Any (text based) plotting tools in unix toolbox?
Dec
14
accepted How does this vim command work `:g/#/+1t.`
Dec
13
comment How does this vim command work `:g/#/+1t.`
That's exactly what I don't understand. So t which is the same thing as co, here is used with range 1 and address .?
Dec
13
revised How does this vim command work `:g/#/+1t.`
edited title
Dec
13
asked How does this vim command work `:g/#/+1t.`
Dec
9
answered How to delete duplicates of files in directory and subdirs?
Dec
9
accepted Cross mounting nfs shares on linux servers
Dec
9
comment Cross mounting nfs shares on linux servers
since these cross mounts are not necessary for boot up, what about a corn job that periodically checks to see if mounts are properly mounted and if not remounts them. Instead of mounting them at boot up?
Dec
9
accepted Mail vs. mail what is the difference
Dec
9
asked Cross mounting nfs shares on linux servers
Dec
8
revised Mail vs. mail what is the difference
added 413 characters in body
Dec
8
awarded  Editor
Dec
8
revised Mail vs. mail what is the difference
deleted 1 characters in body
Dec
8
asked Mail vs. mail what is the difference
Dec
5
accepted Is there a way to beep when tail -F stops to fetch new results?
Dec
1
comment Is there a way to beep when tail -F stops to fetch new results?
thanks, for my use, it has too problems, 1- it needs for the affected "window" to be sent to background (which I don't want) 2- My screen, does not ring the bell it just displays a line in the message line.
Dec
1
comment Is there a way to beep when tail -F stops to fetch new results?
It is really ugly! But still it works fine, on every descent OS. How did you get to learn this?!
Nov
30
comment Is there a way to beep when tail -F stops to fetch new results?
On mac osx 10.7 it's on lines 2978-3006.
Nov
30
comment Is there a way to beep when tail -F stops to fetch new results?
By the way I imagine I can pass $LINE to awk or sod if I am interested in further manipulations, but just out of curiosity that would be nice to see if there are other solutions maybe involving awk or sed without a while and read -t !