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    Default Re: Sticky needed

    Thanks! Somebody besides you must like it. Before the URL change, the image on my server took 33 hits from 21 unique IPs not counting my own.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrmazda View Post
    Thanks! Somebody besides you must like it. Before the URL change, the image on my server took 33 hits from 21 unique IPs not counting my own.
    Let us hope they are "learners", not just "watchers" like me
    Henk van Velden

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    On Tue, 28 May 2019 14:16:03 +0000, hcvv wrote:

    > It is two more lines then you show. It will inform the reader what
    > command the poster used and it will in most cases show if he was root or
    > not and what was his working directory. I know one can model a prompt
    > after one's own whishes, but most people, specialy those that do not see
    > the importance of the data they should provide, do not change the prompt
    > and thus it helps.


    Add me as a supprter for this suggestions. Simple as it sounds, it is
    necessary for the two primary uses: show the less adept/new usr exactly
    "how to" then show the more experienced responders ALL of the info needed
    to determine exactly what was really done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whonea View Post
    On Tue, 28 May 2019 14:16:03 +0000, hcvv wrote:

    > It is two more lines then you show. It will inform the reader what
    > command the poster used and it will in most cases show if he was root or
    > not and what was his working directory. I know one can model a prompt
    > after one's own whishes, but most people, specialy those that do not see
    > the importance of the data they should provide, do not change the prompt
    > and thus it helps.


    Add me as a supprter for this suggestions. Simple as it sounds, it is
    necessary for the two primary uses: show the less adept/new usr exactly
    "how to" then show the more experienced responders ALL of the info needed
    to determine exactly what was really done.
    As you can see in the sticky thread https://forums.opensuse.org/showthre...und-Your-Paste @mrmazda has kindly adapted the example there to include those two lines.
    Henk van Velden

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