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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?

    Code:
    exit

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

    Quote Originally Posted by adriaan4 View Post
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    I had to smile when I saw this.

    For me it's htop as I've been having a few problems watching YouTube videos for which video has paused but sound has continued.

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

    q

    I have an alias of q='exit' simply for speed, so I suppose it was really exit, though I typed q only.
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    Re: What was the last command you entered into Terminal?

    Quote Originally Posted by ajgreeny View Post
    q

    I have an alias of q='exit' simply for speed, so I suppose it was really exit, though I typed q only.
    Another alias user here ...
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    :~ $ policy nano
    "policy" is my alias for the command "apt-cache policy". Just had to check the version of nano I was using after seeing oldos2er's nano thread in "Ubuntu, Linux and OS Chat"

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

    Code:
    $ sudo dpkg --configure a
    I was having some issues with the updater, and it said to run that command. Sure enough, it worked.
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    Re: What was the last command you entered into Terminal?

    Switching workspaces from the command line on Lxde on a raspberry pi.
    I needed to find a command to navigate left and right, using only the mouse, after setting 4 workspaces.

    This one, currently the last command in the terminal, is for moving to the left ...
    Code:
    ~ $ xdotool set_desktop $(expr $(xdotool get_desktop) - 1)
    ... a "+ 1" at the end, instead of "- 1", will move the woarkspace to the right.
    This command put into an easystroke gesture entry makes for very easy workspace switching using the mouse only.

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

    Code:
    sudo smem --processfilter="firefox"
    Needed a way to format memory reports via the terminal.
    Smem seems to be a great little tool.
    Code:
    sudo smem --userfilter="root" --pie name -s rss
    this will produce a pie chart showing processes and their memory consumption based on PSS or RSS values.
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