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Position the cursor where you want to begin copying. Press v (or upper case V if you want to cut whole lines). Move the cursor to the end of what you want to copy. Press y. Move to where you would like to paste. Press P to paste before the cursor, or p to paste after. Source: http://vim.wikia.com/wiki/Copy,_cut_and_paste
I can't remember if the default vi is vim or not. If it is, and you don't have the mouse, you can get things into the pasteboard by selecting a range (using visual mode) and writing it to pbcopy (similar to this answer) :'<,'>w !pbcopy
Best would be to re-install a clean system on the SSD althought you could user "Carbon Copy Cloner" to do so simply unticking your user folder. Then to cross link the system on the SSD and your data on the PHD (plates) you can do so several ways : If you want to access all your data from the old hard disk simply after a first login and a new user folder ...
Open iMessage on your Mac and go into Preferences. Choose Accounts and make your changes there. That should fix the problem with the Mac. You should go to your phone, open Settings and make sure your iMessage is turned on. Your iMessage must have been turned off on your iPhone. I receive messages on my MacBook and phone but can easily turn one off by going ...
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