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Jan
27
accepted How to append data to a variable using \n as separator?
Jan
26
asked How to append data to a variable using \n as separator?
Dec
5
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Dec
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comment readline - use of modifiers other than control and meta
In Linux the showkey command shows the key codes sent by the terminal. You should look for the OSX equivalent, but as Gilles says some keys don't generate any code and are therefore unusable in terminals.
Oct
30
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Oct
30
answered Log free and top
Oct
27
comment Insert result of command into an executable (one command)
You mean a pipe? echo 0 | ./a.out
Sep
16
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
27
accepted View fontconfig settings
Aug
17
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
17
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
10
awarded  Notable Question
May
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awarded  Popular Question
Apr
15
comment Displaying emails with mutt
What's the output of file /var/spool/mail/myname?
Mar
29
comment Question on environmental variable
I don't think you need to change the PATH. If you can run java -version it means that java is already in the PATH. All you have to do is set the variable JAVA_HOME.
Mar
25
comment How to remotely send a keypress to an X11 application?
Maybe this will help you? doctort.org/adam/nerd-notes/x11-fake-keypress-event.html
Mar
24
comment How do I remove “permission denied” printout statements from the find program?
@vonbrand it's necessary if you rely on find's exit status, because these permission errors make find exit with non-zero status
Mar
22
comment Using parameters in a script
If you call your script with mmcopy jpg -3d then you can use the variables $1 and $2 in your script, which will expand to jpg and -3d respectively. These variables are called positional parameters.
Mar
22
comment How to sort the string which combined with string + numeric using bash script?
Do you know how portable is this? This option doesn't seem to be part of the POSIX spec.
Mar
21
accepted How to use ^#$ as record separator in awk?