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comment mount root (/) again after mistake, without /etc/
So, did it work?
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comment mount root (/) again after mistake, without /etc/
Fstab has nothing to do with the partition table
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comment mount root (/) again after mistake, without /etc/
Did you edit the /etc/fstab file? If not, reboot and get access to the normal / partition
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comment Windows 7 explorer: Is this a bug, or intended behavior?
Are you renaming them anything in particular? Are there more than the files being selected in the folder?
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comment mysql how to fix Access denied for user 'root'@'localhost'
It needs to be edited in to the answer
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comment Why is my server's physical memory 1 MB?
How did you query it? What os is the other server?
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comment Windows Explorer as an FTP client keeps resetting during file transfers
Have you tried another client to make sure it's not the phone?
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answered Copy paste a multiline command into command line
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revised Cannot redirect .exe output to file
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comment How to use a Linux system as a land phone
Hi Indrajith, welcome to Super User! I'd like to recommend editing your question to remove the last bullet point, as that goes on the side of asking for product/hardware or learning recommendations, and could be flagged as Off Topic. If you have any questions, feel free to drop by Meta Super User or Super User Chat. Thanks!
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comment Prevent admin users from reading my files
One drive syncs a copy of your data to your hard drive. As far as the file system is concerned, they are local files. The one drive daemon can't protect local files from being accessed by administrators, by design
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comment Upgrading from Win8.1 (OEM) to Win8.1 Enterprise — possible without clean install?
I use a retail DVD, and it activates our mak just fine. I don't use active directory, so I don't know about kms
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comment Upgrading from Win8.1 (OEM) to Win8.1 Enterprise — possible without clean install?
Well, I was wrong: KMS and MAK can be used on Windows Pro: KMS can be used to activate computers running any version of Windows that can be a member of a domain. (Source)
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comment Upgrading from Win8.1 (OEM) to Win8.1 Enterprise — possible without clean install?
Mostly right. Pro also supports MAK product keys. I believe they now support KMS, but I'd have to double check that part. Good write up though! +1
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answered Prevent admin users from reading my files
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