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Jun
29
comment Resizing a partition in Linux - Bad magic number in super-block error
Could you elaborate? Wouldnt running mkfs.ext4 destroy the current data?
Jun
29
comment Resizing a partition in Linux - Bad magic number in super-block error
The problem is that this is a lowend dedicated server, and running gparted gui is not possible (I wouldnt want to have to install Gnome and VNC just for the sake of partitioning.). Isn't "resizing" possible from the command line rescue mode?
Jun
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Jun
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asked Resizing a partition in Linux - Bad magic number in super-block error
May
17
suggested rejected edit on Bash/ZSH: Undoing 'disown'
Dec
16
comment dual booted pc: windows 7 clock becomes wrong after booting linux
Setting /etc/adjtime is not permanent at least in Crunchbang. The value resets on every reboot. But setting hwclock --systohc --localtime does preserve the value across reboots.
Aug
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Aug
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comment What makes LastPass so secure?
@G_H, not necessarily. What I do is use Keepass to create a database and key file + password. I setup the app so that it stores the database in a local store of an owncloud instance, and the key file in another owncloud instance (or a USB key). The password of course would be a 35+ bit secure known only to me. The owncloud files are stored encrypted on my own VPS/Dedicated server. Granted, an agency can have a warrant against the DC that provides me the server. But they will need in addition, my key file and my password. Being in the cloud does not necessarily mean it's unsafe.
May
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