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answered Is there a utility to read environment variables from an env file and then run a command (more lightweight than foreman)?
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accepted Is there a utility to read environment variables from an env file and then run a command (more lightweight than foreman)?
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answered Is there a utility to read environment variables from an env file and then run a command (more lightweight than foreman)?
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comment Is there a utility to read environment variables from an env file and then run a command (more lightweight than foreman)?
@IVlint67 I've improved the question a little.
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asked Is there a utility to read environment variables from an env file and then run a command (more lightweight than foreman)?
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revised How to stop bare bash cd (change directory command) from changing the working directory to $HOME?
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comment How to stop bare bash cd (change directory command) from changing the working directory to $HOME?
Plenty of options - thanks! I've taken the suggestion to use alias and added a specific example as another answer.
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asked What is the simplest way to monitor log files for (a) string/regex matches AND (b) lack of output?
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accepted How to avoid repeating Allow/Deny access control statements across multiple Directory directives in Apache2 VirtualHosts?
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comment How to avoid repeating Allow/Deny access control statements across multiple Directory directives in Apache2 VirtualHosts?
But what if the <Directory> directives have no common parent folder?