I've found a problem with the gui version, if I set an ip alias then i cant remove it, or modify it, i had to delte the entire "eth0" configuration, then rebuild it again
on 12/03/2009 – Made popular on 12/03/2009
We have a thread for vim tricks, a thread for xdefaults, a thread for twmn and yet not one for the aliasses we use.It should be interresting to see the aliases other #!ers use.So here are mine:#file compressing/decompressing
alias guntar="tar -xzvf"
alias untar="tar -xvf"
alias targ="tar -cvzf"
alias buntar="tar -jvxf"
#if i invoke emacs from the terminal, s
i'm trying to create an ethernet alias for eth0 network device for two EC2 instances following instructions in this tuotorial guide http://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/ubuntu-linux-creating-ethernet-alias-for-e...
but i could connect from 1st instance to 2nd one via alias
dhaines wrote:Ni Namru,The best "solution" I've found is the following:/etc/network.d/YourNetworkProfile:CONNECTION='ethernet'INTERFACE='eth0'IP='static'ADDR='<your "primary" address>'GATEWAY='<your only gateway, unless netcfg handles static routes>'DNS=(<your DNS server array>)DOMAIN='<your domain
# If not running interactively, don't do anything
[[ $- != *i* ]] && return
# Create the prompt: Green for a normal user, RED for ROOT
if [[ $EUID == 0 ]] ; then
alias bashrc='nano ~/.bashrc'
alias reload='source ~/.bashrc'
alias ls='ls --color=auto'
alias grep='grep -n --color=auto'
alias pacman='sudo pacman'
alias update='sudo pacman -Syu'
alias search='sudo pacman -Ss'
alias install='sudo pacman -S'
alias remove='sudo pacman -Rns'
alias makepkg='makepkg -s -
I just put up a small website on HostMonster. I've downloaded the .bashrc file that came with the site by default, edited it to add one line
alias lss='ls -AFhl'
which uses the same syntax and punctuation as three alias lines that were pre-recorded in the file.