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  • ending=$(echo "$file" {{!}} sed 's/\(.*\)\.\(.*\)$/\2/') if [ ! -e "$file-5.par2" -a $ending != "par2" -a $ending != "sig" -a "$(stat --format=%s $file)" != 0 ]; then
    6 KB (1,060 words) - 17:14, 5 May 2021
  • If the channel has a legacy URL ending in {{ic|/user/''username''}}, you can also use:
    2 KB (338 words) - 01:23, 16 November 2021
  • ...he configuration written above, you can also point your browser to any URL ending in .py in the test directory. You can for example point your browser to {{i
    2 KB (370 words) - 13:13, 21 September 2021
  • === Exit evilwm by ending a program ===
    7 KB (1,129 words) - 18:40, 9 December 2021
  • ...ng|1=Switching to and flashing the Non-Absolute Persistence BIOS (Versions ending in P) is permanent and irreversible.}} ...e .cab file. Versions ending in W include Absolute's features and versions ending in P remove it. The Non-Absolute version is included in the zip file contai
    8 KB (1,174 words) - 20:49, 23 April 2021
  • ...ou attempt to define a second icon it will be silently ignored. Aside from ending with {{ic|.lnk}}, the files' names are not important.
    3 KB (428 words) - 07:56, 27 July 2020
  • ...ight provide backup channels or channels with different quality, therefore ending up with duplicating channels under different names. In order to generate EP
    4 KB (598 words) - 19:12, 8 October 2021
  • * The Alias statement is also pretty standard it links the url ending in /music to the directory /home/music
    5 KB (781 words) - 12:44, 28 April 2021
  • {{Note|The ending {{ic|0}} in the above example does not have an effect: {{ic|nmap 10.1.1.0/2 ...sible to specify all ports before/after given one by skipping the starting/ending port when using a dash. For example to scan all possible 65535 ports (exce
    12 KB (1,869 words) - 14:11, 12 June 2021
  • A state is a text file ending in *.sls located within a configured environment. This assumes the only the
    7 KB (1,230 words) - 14:53, 17 January 2022
  • === Are your emails sent to gmail users ending up in their junk/spam folders? ===
    24 KB (3,325 words) - 05:47, 7 July 2021
  • ...irectory ~/.config/lariza/user-scripts will be scanned and each file in it ending with .js will be run as a JavaScript file in the context of said page.
    7 KB (1,040 words) - 12:06, 27 December 2021
  • === Are your emails sent to gmail users ending up in their junk/spam folders? ===
    25 KB (3,754 words) - 07:09, 11 November 2021
  • ...red), add the following lines to the theme's configuration file (file name ending with {{ic|.plymouth}}, e.g. {{ic|spinner.plymouth}}):
    8 KB (1,259 words) - 07:20, 22 January 2022
  • ...ME type {{ic|application/x-foobar}} and assigns it to any file with a name ending in ''.foo''. Simply create the following file:
    12 KB (1,676 words) - 01:12, 30 November 2021
  • ...onts are saved in the {{ic|/usr/share/kbd/consolefonts/}} directory, those ending with ''.psfu'' or ''.psfu.gz'' have a Unicode translation map built-in.
    9 KB (1,339 words) - 07:09, 12 August 2021
  • ...ic|$}} are commonly used in regular expressions to match the beginning and ending of the line. Regular expressions are very powerful and are commonly used in ...custom rule for file type detection. To enable spell checking for any file ending in {{ic|*.txt}}, create the file {{ic|/usr/share/vim/vimfiles/ftdetect/plai
    20 KB (2,978 words) - 07:24, 20 January 2022
  • ...lation targets. Those old enough most likely fondly remember old DOS games ending with the [[Wikipedia:DOS/4G|DOS4GW]] extender, where the "W" stands for "wa
    10 KB (1,573 words) - 14:23, 12 June 2021
  • ...re, in this example, if we want messages from the {{ic|cron}} facility not ending up in the
    23 KB (3,311 words) - 12:48, 16 January 2022
  • ...custom rule for file type detection. To enable spell checking for any file ending with ''.txt'', create the file {{ic|/usr/share/vim/vimfiles/ftdetect/plaint ...|1=set ff=dos}} to convert files with Unix line ending to DOS/Windows line ending.}}
    23 KB (3,617 words) - 07:23, 20 January 2022

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