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reviewed Reject and Edit How to replace all duplicate files with hard links?
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comment How to replace all duplicate files with hard links?
Well, I use ext4 on ubuntu 15.04, but if someone provides an answer for another OS, I am sure it can be helpful for someone reading this question.
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comment Possible to use more than one core with sed and bash?
You could just split the file and process each half in a different sed process, but if the script is complicated and involves tweaking the different sed spaces, it wouldn’t work. On simple scripts it should work, however.
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comment How much more battery time would I gain by not having any hard drive?
@Ramhound Maybe I just misphrased it, but my question is not about replacing an hard drive with something else, it is about removing it. In my case, the USB or SD device will just load the OS image to memory, because there is no hard drive to do the job.
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comment How much more battery time would I gain by not having any hard drive?
I guess you are right, that depends on the work load. If my computer uses 20Wh on heavy load and the disk is 6Wh, the battery life I gain is more than if it uses 40Wh. Yet I am sure there is a way to make that variable enter the equation. I am looking for back-of-the-envelope math here, not precise computations.
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comment How much more battery time would I gain by not having any hard drive?
@DanielRHicks yea that's a very good point, I forgot to take that into consideration.