Published December 10, 2007
Linux , mac , Ubuntu
Tags: archlinux, bash, debian, diff, fedora, fedora core, gnu, mandriva, mepis, patch, red hat, redhat, shell, unix
This post applies to any Linux, Unix, or Mac-terminal users.
A patch file is one of the best methods to do what you think it would do—patch things. This short guide will teach you how to create patch files, and apply them to your files.
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Even for us fast typists, our hands start to complain after a few hours or more of banging on our keyboards. Sometimes the best thing to do is what is really the only apparent chance of survival—shorten all these abbreviations even more.Please note, this guide is intended to be used by Linux and Unix users. Yes, Mac users… if you can believe it, Mac is all Unix on the inside.
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