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answered How to find line with least characters
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comment How to save temp data
Stefan: this sounds like exactly what you're looking for - /media/ram will act like a device (like /dev/null), and will take up no disk space: any files you create in that directory will only be created "in memory" (i.e. in your RAM), and will be lost when you unmount /media/ram in the last step.
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answered Whenever I type some wrong command, my terminal tries to run that command in the background
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revised Running continuous jobs remotely
Fixed something incorrect. Thanks, Michael!
Aug
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comment What are the pros and cons of Vim and Emacs?
This goes double for connecting to slow servers across dodgy connections: the one editor they're guaranteed to have (it is in the Unix spec, I think?) is vi, and vi's command mode makes it much easier to edit files with fewer keystrokes when each keystroke takes several seconds to appear on your screen. Of course, step #1 is usually installing vim :)