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There is a . bashrc in every user's home folder (99. 99% of the time) as well as one system-wide (which I don't know the location of in Ubuntu)
It depends on whether you are using vi(set -o vi) or emacs(set -o emacs) editing mode within your shell. By default, your shell generally defaults to emacs editing mode. In emacs mode, deleting to the end of the line can be accomplished by using the
Global rsync filter rules beginning with a leading / are anchored to the root of transfer. Quoting from the "INCLUDE/EXCLUDE PATTERN RULES" section of the man page: if the pattern starts with a / then it is anchored to a particular spot in the hierar
by Ten-Coin Last Updated May 22, 2017 09:02 AM I am using Ubuntu 12. 04. Is there any way to lock the screen or session from a terminal command or script? are there any changes happen in 13
Why use a friendly GUI when there’s cryptic shell commands out there? Phoenix Coffee offers free wireless access without an access key and they broadcast their ESSID. Here’s how I connect:$ sudo iwlist eth1 scan # eth1 is my wireless card. eth1 Scan
by Patryk Last Updated June 06, 2016 08:00 AM I am trying to improve my command line skills and I have encountered a problem where I cannot kill a process. I type kill 2200 where 2200 is my PID and the process is not killed. After few minutes wait is
!! has nothing to do with apt-get. It is a shell keyword that will be expanded to the previous command. This expansion is done by shell before the current command is interpreted
When you press Ctrl-C over a file in the file manager, the file's contents IS NOT copied to the clipboard. A simple test: select a file in file manager, press Ctrl-C, open a text editor, press Ctrl-V. The result is not file's contents but its full pa
It depends on your terminal. While xterm can't do it, gnome-terminal can - and it comes built-in with Ubuntu. Here's how you do it in gnome-terminal: gnome-terminal --tab --tab --tab You can even run commands in your tabs programmatically: gnome-term
by Rasmus Last Updated August 15, 2017 18:02 PM I would like to know if there is a command I can issue in a terminal so I do not classically remove (rm) the file, but instead move it to trash (i. e. Nautilus Move to Trash behavior)