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comment How to tell GNU screen to run .bash_profile in each new window?
@THESorcerer: On my system, screen sources ~/.bashrc without the shell command shown in the other answer.
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asked Using spent grains to smoke meat
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comment How do I prompt a user for confirmation in bash script?
@Tony: =~ is Bash's regex match operator. ^[Yy]$ is a regular expression which means a string which consists only of an upper or lower case y.
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comment How to create a UUID in bash?
@Rob: To answer your original question, it's for drive labels.
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comment upgrade git on Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid Lynx)
@MuhammadGelbana: Yes, if you don't already have add-apt-repository
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comment How to slice an array in bash
@AquariusPower: Create an array of indices and slice it: idx=(${!A[@]}); echo ${idx[@]:1}.
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comment What's the difference between authorized_keys and authorized_keys2?
@javadba: CentOS is in the same boat as Red Hat.
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comment Passing argument to alias in bash
@10basetom: If you're referring to the colors in my answer, that's done automatically by the syntax highlighter.
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