Commands by Velenux (4)

  • smbfs or cifs, depends on which you are using


    -2
    umount -t smbfs
    Velenux · 2012-02-23 10:46:44 0

  • -6
    for file in *; do echo $PWD/$file; done
    Velenux · 2011-12-16 13:12:00 1
  • Best way I know to get rid of .bash_history and don't allow bash to save the current one on exit Edit: added ~/ before .bash_history, just in case... ;)


    -5
    rm ~/.bash_history && kill -9 $$
    Velenux · 2009-10-08 12:25:47 2
  • Output is from Debian Lenny Show Sample Output


    1
    grep CONFIG $(which mysqlbug)
    Velenux · 2009-09-23 17:12:37 0

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