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I don't use it whatsoever, I'm just bad at naming things and chose this one cause I like how it sounds lol
@wizardfromoz just out of curiosity are there any usernames that go against the forum rules? I checked the Terms and Rules but didn't find a section about username restrictions. Since I could now put in a request to have my username changed to Notorious*!@#&** since there are no rules about what isn't allowed when it comes to usernames, so it might be a good idea to add a section to rules about usernames just prevent maybe future problem usernames.
My username basically from Japanese (wind on mountain) just like the username "Oroshi". Had that for a long time ago, before that was vemon, people using then so I want to made it more like unquie (spelling??).
I don't know much of Japanese language. Only very basic such as thank you, I understand, yes, thank you for the food. That pretty much lol. It very difficult to learn the language due to my hearing loss.
I wanted to know what people who used character-based languages typed in the terminal for things like ls, cd, mkdir, sudo, etc...
It turns out that they're forced to use English characters, though I'd suspect most of those users would take advantage of the ability to create an alias and use their own language to do so. It's pretty much the best opportunity to use the aliases, so they might as well.
Yeah, I know. LOL I also use aliases - a lot of 'em. I have been using the same .bash_aliases file for years - across many installs. I have two of 'em and they get modified for different package managers, but it keeps things consistent for me across many systems. I'm pretty much an alias zealot. I do my entire system updates (and autoremove) with 'update', for example. I ain't scared!
Lol, afraid not! I have not create alias for my update.. may be one day I create one. My Linux system is running raspberry pi (arch). But got laptop (Manjaro) but so slow.. planning to get gaming laptop after Christmas, as my wife and my self had spending a lot of money toward to extension of my house into bigger hallway and bathroom and install new bathroom. Ian pretty skint now lmao!
Once I get me laptop the. I will be using more often
LOL Years back after going to the big city for work. Went to a bar looking for a job as the door man. (Fast part time work till you find better)
The bar lady (in her70s) yells back to the owner "Thars a big &%&^$% !@#$# hillbilly looking for work" i dont think anyone even asked my name.