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Jan
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comment Estimate time spent on Git project with grep
Very nice, thank you. I had considered doing something similar in Python, but now is my opportunity to review my Perl!
Jan
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Jan
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comment Autocomplete from grep output
Kira, I put my useful scripts in my [dotfiles git repo](). Would you mind if I put this script there as well? Of course, it is attributed to you and to this post.
Jan
18
comment Autocomplete from grep output
Thank you! This doesn't really fit the use case that I had in mind, but it is a better solution for 99% of the time. Nice work!
Jan
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Jan
18
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Jan
18
comment Autocomplete from grep output
That would be useful if I always wanted 'roger' or always wanted the third item. I am looking for a general solution. I will add that to the question. Thank you.
Jan
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Jan
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comment Why might one add ~/.profile to ~/.bash_profile?
Thank you. It seems that Ubuntu 15.10 (with Unity) does not run even ~/.xsessionrc on graphical login. That's just for your information, according to the fine intercords, there doesn't seem to be any file that is loaded on graphical login.
Jan
7
comment Set default shell as bash for users not in /etc/passwd
Thank you LilloX! In fact, this did resolve my issue in the specific case of being stuck due to PBIS. I would prefer an answer in the general sense, but if none comes along that I will accept this as the answer. Thank you!
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Jan
6
comment Why might one add ~/.profile to ~/.bash_profile?
@DavidKing: Because then my CapsLock and ESC keys will swap their functions between them each time a bash session is started. Xmodmap affects the X session, not the terminal session.
Jan
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