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comment Scroll inside Screen, or Pause Output
Wow ― this is actually what I wanted. I'm gonna try this one out. I'll check back soon! Thanks for the tip!
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comment Scroll inside Screen, or Pause Output
I was just about to post about Copy / Scrollback mode (since deep in the manpage there's the reference) but you beat me to it =) — I found out that here (bit.ly/Lyg0yi) there's a nice explanation of how to use Vi-style commands for Scrollback navigation (Entering Scrollback Mode and Navigating section). Really useful.
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comment Using the system date / time in a Cron Script
Oh, wow, that's an amazing resource. It's great to always keep learning. Thank you very much for the link!
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comment Using the system date / time in a Cron Script
This works like a charm. Although, I don't quite understand what's happening in here. Does the backticks allow inclusion of the output of other programs or something? What about the formatting (like +%F and such)?
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