Is it normal that text in the clipboard gets lost?
1i5t5.duncan at cox.net
Thu Jun 6 04:58:47 BST 2013
Doug posted on Wed, 05 Jun 2013 18:28:03 -0400 as excerpted:
> On 06/05/2013 06:13 PM, Nikos Chantziaras wrote:>>>
>> If you do:
>> ps aux | grep klipper
>> you'll probably find it's running already. You'll get something that
>> ends in:
>> kdeinit4: klipper [kdeinit]
>> meaning it's running automatically when you login into KDE.
> Yep, you're right! It must be buried in here somewhere.
> [doug at linux1 ~]$ ps aux | grep klipper
> doug 3450 0.0 0.5 164604 43328 ? S 03:13 0:00
> kdeinit4: klipper [kdeinit]
> doug 27074 0.0 0.0 6080 796 pts/1 S+ 18:23 0:00
> grep --color klipper
> I have not seen anything in cut/paste in color, however.
You're misunderstanding the output.
On your machine, "grep" is aliased to "grep --color", probably courtesy
of your distro. So it's grep's output that is in color (here on gentoo,
the matching part shows up in red, but your distro might use a different
The first line of output (two lines as wrapped above) is the line we were
talking about, kdeinit4 starting klipper.
The second line is the line from ps (process show) reporting on grep
itself, since "klipper" appeared as part of grep's commandline too.
And because of the alias, the grep command that was actually run was
"grep --color klipper", not just the "grep klipper" that you typed in.
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