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Thread: What was the last command you entered into Terminal?

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    Re: What was the last command you entered into Terminal?

    Making a new Arch install, huh? I do hope it's for a machine that doesn't have Arch installed yet because otherwise there wouldn't be much of a point to it.

    I don't see why anyone would be interested in my last terminal command but anyway.

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    Re: What was the last command you entered into Terminal?

    man -l man/gir-test.1
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    Re: What was the last command you entered into Terminal?

    Code:
    exit


    Acutally no, I just like having a CD around for rescue purposes.
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    Re: What was the last command you entered into Terminal?

    Code:
    sudo iw wlan0 connect Penguinet
    - Trying to get my Quantal install connected to my wi-fi so I could do updates. Last batch killed my GUI.

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    Re: What was the last command you entered into Terminal?

    cd /mnt/Spare/Iso/pboard/ && zsync http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/daily-live...map4.img.zsync && sudo dd bs=4M if=quantal-desktop-armhf+omap4.img of=/dev/sdd ; sudo sync

    well - I didn't actually run that command myself - I ran pboard

    let's see if it works properly today

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    Re: What was the last command you entered into Terminal?

    Code:
    udisks --mount /dev/sdb1
    because Ubuntu 11.10 refuses to recognize any external media by any other method... grr.
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    Re: What was the last command you entered into Terminal?

    Code:
    sudo -s
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    Re: What was the last command you entered into Terminal?

    grep -ri 192.168.77.3 12/

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    Re: What was the last command you entered into Terminal?

    fortune | cowsay | pbcopy

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    Re: What was the last command you entered into Terminal?

    Code:
    grep ^ /etc/apt/sources.list /etc/apt/sources.list.d/*

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