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Nano colorsview story

http://crunchbang.org – If you want to change your terminal colours, then (using terminator) right click prefs - change your colours. that should change nanos too.for syntax highlighting, bit more complex.http://linux.die.net/man/1/nanoneeds a nanorchttp://www.nano-editor.org/dist/v1.2/nanorc.5.htmlwhich somebodys kindly madehttps://github.com/scopatz/nanorc(appears not to be one for bash though) (HowTos)

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GNU Bash 3.2.25(1) Multiple Escape characters brings up directory listview story

http://stackoverflow.com – For example with a Bash terminal window if I type escape escape I get a directory listing. How do I control this or turn it off? (HowTos)

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How to test whether Linux is running on a ThinkPad?view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I need to programmatically detect if Linux is running on a ThinkPad. A shell script would be ideal but I can programmatically generate any binary by downloading some source and compiling it on the machine if only a custom program will be able to reliably do that. Focus is: reliability/accuracy. (HowTos)

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Calling a script on machine shutdownview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I want to call a script on machine shutdown and restart. I have written code like #! (HowTos)

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How do I get a field in bash's job list using awk?view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I wanted to write a function to retrieve a field from the list of background jobs in bash. (HowTos)

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Linux permissions are not respectedview story

http://serverfault.com – I've run into a perplexing problem where user permissions are not being respected on a Linux computer. Other users are able to move and delete files they don't own. Is there a way to restrict this? Why is this happening? Here's an example. # Become user jen [root@localhost test]# su jen # Display files in the current directory [jen@localhost test]$ ls -al total 24 drwxrwxrwx. (HowTos)

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Where does sudo get the currently logged in username from?view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – When I tried to "sudo su" instead of "sudo su -" after having been logged in as root and su-ing to another user, it tries to sudo me as the new user, but via root... When I type env, it shows still username=root in the environment. Is sudo not looking at the currently logged in user, but at the enviroment parameters? (HowTos)

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How do I set bash aliases and variables from within vim?view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – In cmdline mode, the following examples do not work for me. !alias lol='echo lol' !lol='echo lol' (HowTos)

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Installing perlbrewview story

http://crunchbang.org – Is the file a bash-script? So,  #!/bin/bash at the beginning? and sudo chmod +x [file] in the terminal afterwards? (HowTos)

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Have a bash script run every time an application is opened.view story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Thanks! Another issue is that this is a program often invoked by a link in the browser as a default action which seems to complicate matters a little. cdysthe https://bbs.archlinux.org/profile.php?id=31244 2013-04-10T15:05:09Z (HowTos)