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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
Following are the simple instructions on how to mount Windows USB drive onto Centos/RHEL 7 and also resolve a very common mounting issue which presents itself with error: mount: unknown filesystem type ‘exfat’. Before we can mount the USB drive, we n
Answer #: 1 Securely erasing a storage device There’s a command-line utility in Ubuntu called shred, which overwrites data in a file or on a device with random bits and bytes, making it nearly impossible to recover. First of all, you need to identify
Answer #: 1 There are many ways but my favorite is lsblk. Here is a demostration: sudo lsblk -o NAME,FSTYPE,SIZE,MOUNTPOINT,LABEL would show the following: NAME FSTYPE SIZE MOUNTPOINT LABEL sda 111. 8G
The shiny-server. conf file in /etc/shiny-server is the configuration file for Shiny Server and all its functionality. It is installed in the same location on all operating systems
Introduction If you are new to Linux and Unix-like operating systems, the basic ways to interact with and navigate your operating system can seem convoluted and confusing. One area that new users struggle with is how to make sense of the way that the
This folder contains base executables which are required for minimal system working. These commands are available in runlevel 1 for basic administration. Commands which are available in /bin folder is accessed by every one and can run by every user
This is more of sysadmin issue, not directly related to Webmin, however since we rely on Webmin with regard almost all aspects of automatization of Linux administration I thought to get *min devs stance on this. One one of our Virtualmin servers with