defined mount bash shell alias as follows on my Linux system: alias mount='mount | column -t'
However, I need to bash bypass alias for mounting the file system and another usage. How can I disable or bypass my bash shell aliases temporarily on a Linux, *BSD, macOS or Unix-like system?
How do I import variables and functions defined in lib.ksh script to another ksh script called setup.ksh under Linux / Unix like operating systems? How do I execute commands from a file in the current KSH shell?
I‘ve main domain configured at http://example.com and I’d like to use http://support.example.com with different files. How do I add subdomain support with Lighttpd web server under UNIX or Linux operating systems?
I‘ve multiple virtual domain hosted on CentOS Postfix server. How do I forward selected virtual domain email to yahoo / gmail or other email account using Postfix email server?
Can one Linux / BSD system respond to multiple IP address on a single Ethernet interface? I need to run multiple web sites and mod_ssl with a single server. How do I configure my box for multiple IP address?
Q. How do I search old command history under bash shell? How do I display or modify previous commands?
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