Author Topic: the magical nu command, where it is?  (Read 433 times)

dufresnep

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the magical nu command, where it is?
« on: Wed Oct 23 11:02:12 2019 »
I suppose nu stands for "new user"
paul [ ~ ]$ locate nu
paul [ ~ ]$ whereis nu
nu:
paul [ ~ ]$

Still, when you call it, it come.

I tried to search it in every $PATH, but did not found it.

BTW, part of my interest for it is than the "Annuler" (Cancel) button seems not to do what I expect: quit the window.
The only way I found to quit the window is Ctrl-C.
« Last Edit: Wed Oct 23 20:01:17 2019 by Thierry »

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Re: the magical nu command, where it is?
« Reply #1 on: Wed Oct 23 19:34:12 2019 »
It's not a command it's a alias like many others:

http://nutyx.org/en/?page=dictionary#16
« Last Edit: Wed Oct 23 20:01:10 2019 by Thierry »