Re: Download Manager
On 5/7/17, David Wright <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Mon 08 May 2017 at 00:12:18 (+0530), Ashok Kumar wrote:
>> > Maybe too much of negative thoughts towards a shell command line ?
>> Not negative thoughts about shell, I'm just not comfortable. It's that I
>> cannot memorise/recall so many codes/scripts all the time, I even run down
>> track of remembering all the alias.
> You shouldn't need to memorise them. From your rant, you're obviously
> going to remember "wget", so you just start each alias with "wget-"
> and the rest of the name explains that alias's features, or which
> site it's for, or whatever sort of memory jog you need:
> etc. I assume you're familiar with command completion, so typing
> $ wget-<TAB><TAB> will list all the various aliases (or functions)
> that you've written.
I think I've posted before that I arrow up and down in my terminal,
too. It's not 100% reliable because the history kept in memory depends
on the order of how you shut down multiple terminal tabs AND windows.
The recently past history that is presented is specific only to each
logged in user's usage.
A while back I decided I also needed something beyond a text editor
file to keep snippets I simply then copied and pasted into a terminal
window and such(ly). I specifically went looking for "sticky notes".
Several different packages come up for that kind of search. I tried a
few then found xfce4-notes (xfce4-popup-notes) possibly already
installed in my xfce4 desktop environment. I use those A LOT on a
daily basis... :)
There are "clipit" type packages out there, too, that save recently
copied snippets from our "clipboards". I "use" it occasionally, but
the sticky notes dealy fits more in line with what I need..
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