May
26
comment zsh - Include directories in glob loop
I think you have to define ZDOTDIR assigning it a value like ZDOTDIR=~/.dotfiles or someting similar, otherwise zsh will set $HOME to it. Other problem is: Don't forget to do the procedure in zsh instead of bash.
May
18
answered linux arecord: capture sound card output rather than microphone input
May
15
awarded Yearling
May
3
answered How to know which Linux Distribution I'm using?
Apr
30
comment How do I change my default shell from bash to zsh?
I use a lightly different version sudo chsh -s $(which zsh) $(whoami)
Apr
25
answered What does `(.N)` do in this extended glob?
Mar
29
revised Creating a dynamic alias, is it possible?
added 51 characters in body
Mar
29
answered Creating a dynamic alias, is it possible?
Mar
13
awarded Good Answer
Mar
2
awarded Necromancer
Feb
6
awarded Supporter
Dec
26
comment Move .zshrc out of ~/
I suggest --> ln -s ~/.dotiles/zshrc ~/.zshrc that is, the zshrc inside and .dotfiles does not to be hidden
Dec
19
awarded Nice Answer
Dec
10
awarded Excavator
Oct
27
comment Listing all the directories that contain a specific file and store them in an array
although like much of zsh using the find is a more general solution
Jun
22
comment How can I add auto-increment number at the end of the each line in my text document via Vim
Maybe macro can resolve this also
Jun
15
revised custom .vimrc settings in another file
added 225 characters in body
Jun
15
answered custom .vimrc settings in another file
May
10
revised How to enclose visually selected text with braces in vim
edited body
May
10
answered How to enclose visually selected text with braces in vim
1 2 3 4 5