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Best Way to Continue a Terminated Move Operation By Merging Directories

It is not recommended to use mv for moving folders. In Windows, when I move stuff from memory sticks or portable hard drives to my laptop and some error occurs, I usually loose data. Use copy instead of mv! $

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Bash History Tricks: big history, no duplicates, accesible from all the terminals

In this article I will show you some bash history magic. With the following settings added in your ~/.bashrc file, you will make your history: Remember everything from every terminal Is instanly accesible from every terminal Doesn’t skip random commands

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Smart functions every Linux and Unix user should use

Every Linux and Unix user must have this type of functions in their ~/.bashrc file, for an easier Linux and Unix navigation. This functions start some graphical applications in the background, so that the terminal remains free for usage. function

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The difference between .bashrc and .bash_profile

When you log into a Unix system, the system starts the shell that is set as default. The bash shell reads the ~/.bash_profile at login and if this file is missing or corrupt, the shell tries reading ~/.profile. Only the

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