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When we give a command without sudo which in fact require sudo, the message returned is command not found . Its quite misleading. The message should prompt user that the particular command should be used with sudo. Hey, there. So currently, Solus has ... look up additional information, or that Solus needs to have documented its list of recognized commands. Posted by SolarLune in Solus forum
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Post by: grego79 Recently installed Solus on my work laptop, and surprisingly when trying to jump from word to word in gnome-terminal, it shows the character involved in the signal: To fix this, add the following lines on your .bashrc file, located in your home directory: bind '" ... bind '"\e[1;5C": forward-word' To apply this to the root user, add those lines in /usr/share/defaults/etc/profile:
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