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comment How do I perform a reverse history search in ZSH's vi-mode?
Thanks, particularly for zshzle. That is quite informative and useful.
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asked How do I perform a reverse history search in ZSH's vi-mode?
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comment Colorized `cat` for source and script files?
I like the vimpager project for this.
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comment Is there such thing as a “free” equivalent to Microsoft Virtual Server?
@jippie The last time I was looking into this, Xen no longer required a special guest kernel (the necessary stuff was in place in the vanilla kernels for most major OSes) as long as you were on a fairly modern processor.
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revised gparted live CD can't resize a partition?
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answered gparted live CD can't resize a partition?
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comment gparted live CD can't resize a partition?
@user859955 GParted still doesn't handle LVM partitions? :-( Thank you very much.
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answered How do you install mutt on Mac OS X?
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comment How do you install mutt on Mac OS X?
Is there a reason you're stuck w/ only pre-compiled binaries? One of the package managers will give you the option of dropping into a very Unix-esque environment any time you need to. I'm using mutt from Homebrew right now, and it's pretty sweet, and not even all that complicated to set up once you have a feel for *nix. I can give you the details of my setup if you'd like.
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comment Why would someone choose FreeBSD over Linux?
@marto Glad you found it useful. I remember thinking "This is awesome" the first time I stumbled across it.
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comment Install bz2 lib from source
@Moein7tl I don't have a CentOS box in front of me, and I haven't tried these instructions before, but this article supposedly walks you through installing apt using yum. At a glance, it looks reasonable, but that's all I can say for it. I will say one more time that it probably makes more sense to just learn how to use yum than trying to manage a CentOS using apt, but you know your own needs best.