Questions about: filesystem

Hello,I got Ubuntu to run off of my USB drive, but I cannot get it to install onto my hard drive. The installation guide shows a step where the user gets to choose between "Install Ubuntu alongside Windows", "Replace Windows with Ubuntu", or "Somethi
This quick tip is going to show beginners how to add ‘open as administrator’ or ‘open as root’ into Nautilus context menu in Ubuntu 13. 10 Saucy. With this feature enabled, you can quickly open files and folders in Nautilus with root (super user) pri
Next:36. httpd Up:rute Previous:34. uucp and uux &nbsp ContentsSubsections This chapter reproduces the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard, translated into LATEX with some minor formatting changes and the addition of this book's chapter number to all t
Edit: Since writing this answer, some things have changed in overlayfs, namely the addition of a required parameter workdir, see totti's answer below for a detailed description of this new parameter. I finally managed to find it. I found references t
What should have been doneYou should have performed home=os. path. expanduser("~") first and then os
If a filesystem has been mounted read-only, chmod will not work since it's a write operation too. Try remounting it read-write: sudo mount -o remount,rw '/media/SGTL MSCN' If the device has a write lock on it (like SD memory cards), you need to turn
The Operating System is in charge of optimizing the use of the available memory. It is (should be) designed to do a good job of that under "normal" conditions. The designers of the operating system will usually take under consideration that an optima
A directory is similar to a database, but typically contains more descriptive, attribute-based data; that is, data read more often than it is written. Also, a directory contains data that is concise and strictly relevant to an entry. By contrast, a d
The title might not be as descriptive as I would like it to be but couldn't come up with a better one. My server's file system went into Read-only. And I don't understand why it does so and how to solve it
They allow you to create loopsA hard link to a directory can link to a parent of itself, which creates a file system loop. For example, these commands could create a loop with the back link l: mkdir -p /tmp/a/b cd /tmp/a/b ln -d /tmp/a l A filesystem