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Oct
5
answered How to determine what a process is doing when it's using 95% cpu
Oct
5
revised Would having my ~/ directory on a traditional HDD negate SSD performance?
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Oct
5
answered Would having my ~/ directory on a traditional HDD negate SSD performance?
Oct
5
comment How do I find out how my USB/harddrive has been formatted on Linux?
@bhh1988 - please accept the answer by clicking the check mark. thanks
Oct
5
revised regex to put an actual newline at every \n
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Oct
5
comment regex to put an actual newline at every \n
sorry...misunderstood question...see update.
Oct
5
answered If I copy files from Hard drive 1 to Hard drive 2 for 60GB or for 1 hour, will it stress out the drives?
Oct
5
answered regex to put an actual newline at every \n
Oct
5
comment How do I find out how my USB/harddrive has been formatted on Linux?
glad to be of help.
Oct
5
answered How to test the connection speed of a list of hosts?
Oct
5
revised How do I find out how my USB/harddrive has been formatted on Linux?
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Oct
5
answered How do I find out how my USB/harddrive has been formatted on Linux?
Oct
5
answered What does Windows System Restore exactly back up and restore?
Oct
5
answered How to Find out the Boot up Password in a laptop
Oct
5
comment How to Find out the Boot up Password in a laptop
are you talking about a password on the BIOS, hard drive encryption, or the operating system?
Oct
5
comment Linux: Share my hard drive on the web
What do you mean by "understands when this PC loses internet connection", and what do you want to happen if you loss the connection?
Oct
5
answered Linux: Share my hard drive on the web
Oct
3
answered notify-send to other user on the same system
Oct
3
accepted determine start of file when passing multipe files to awk
Sep
30
comment determine start of file when passing multipe files to awk
thanks, did not know about FNR.