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Jan
13
comment Force all files in a NTFS compressed folder to automatically compress [Windows]
Sorry if the original question confused you. Forget about ZIP. I want to put a NTFS-uncompressed file into a NTFS-compressed folder. What happens is that the file is still uncompressed. So for example if I make a NTFS-compressed folder Foo and put NTFS-uncompressed file Bar.txt in it, it won't automatically compress the file. Only if I create the file in there or re-apply compression on the whole folder again, it will compress Bar.txt. I was wondering if there was a way to automatically compress Bar.txt when putting in Foo (as Foo is a NTFS-compressed folder).
Jan
13
comment Force all files in a NTFS compressed folder to automatically compress [Windows]
Yes but that doesn't have the intended behavior. If I do it this way and then move an uncompressed file in that folder, it will not get compressed. It will stay uncompressed. This makes it rather useless for let's say backup folders where I put in various files over time. I'm well aware of NTFS compression, my question is actually targeted at this compression. I guess I didn't write it clear enough.
Dec
19
comment Disable Clamav / Amavis / SA in Postfix on Debian
Good point, any way how could I check this?
Dec
12
comment Debian upgrade x11-common error
Well, I guess so. I did not actually configure anything but I guess that it is possible. However, it is definitely not in Serbian as the error suggests