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The intent is to reduce the number of tmpfs file systems. On 11. 04, there are separate tmpfs file systems at /var/lock, /var/run and /dev/shm
This is a recent innovation, followed by Gnome and thus by Ubuntu, to store user-specific data in fixed directories. According to this document, there is a single directory where user data is stored, defaulting to ~/. local/share; a single directory
The expression . * is expanded by bash to include the current and parent directories: $ ls -la total 2600 drwxrwxrwx 2 terdon terdon 2162688 Sep 10 16:22 . drwxr-xr-x 142 terdon terdon 491520 Sep 10 15:34
There are a lot of questions here and I'll do my best to answer them. I'm certain that those more knowledgeable than I will be able to help you further. (I'd appreciate if those people could help me out too
This has little to do with any operating system. This is a file system error, which in most cases indicates that the drive was not unmounted properly (user error). It is not an absolute indication of damage, it merely indicates a possibility of a dam
Ja, that command line fails for multiple reasons. The ‘fancy’ quotes and em dash are two reasons (dammit Jim, I’m a graphic designer, not a programmer). The other seems to be deprecated behaviour in grep
My cat walked over my keyboard and pressed "magical" SysRq u, doing an Emergency Remount R/O. How do I reverse this? On How do I remount a filesystem as read/write?, SirCharlo claims The correct syntax is: sudo mount -o remount,rw /partition/identifi
Windows 98, Windows Me and Windows XP come with a collection of house cleaning tools, including ScanDisk, Disk Defragmenter and Disk Cleanup, to help keep your disk in peak working order. Why should you bother with the housework? A couple of reasons.
The majority of the script entries can have constants embedded in them. These are predefined strings enclosed in brace characters { }. Setup or Uninstall translates the constants to their literal values, depending on the user's choices and system con
Whether you’re formatting an internal drive, external drive, USB flash drive, or SD card, Windows will give you the choice of NTFS, FAT32, and exFAT. The Format dialog in Windows doesn’t explain the difference, so we will. FAT32 is an older file syst