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comment “less” (linux) get/go-to X offset in file
Found it: Ctrl+g !
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answered Where are 25 GB of missing disk space on my SSD?
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answered “less” (linux) get/go-to X offset in file
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comment Less: Quickly Jump to Line Number in Large File
Hey - THANK you for the examples!! Helped me a lot!!
Dec
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comment “less” (linux) get/go-to X offset in file
Yea, it opens way too slow with vi/m. Not good for me. And yes also to your assumption; I mean "offset" as in bytes within the file.
Dec
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comment “less” (linux) get/go-to X offset in file
Since the file is very big (more than GB) I'm not even using lines. I need to deal with offset within the file only. Thanks Rob
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accepted ( Oracle VirtualBox 4 on Windows 7 64-bit ) + ( CentOS 5.6 64-bit ) = “ Your CPU does not support long mode. Use a 32bit distribution ”
Jul
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comment ( Oracle VirtualBox 4 on Windows 7 64-bit ) + ( CentOS 5.6 64-bit ) = “ Your CPU does not support long mode. Use a 32bit distribution ”
Nevermind, found the answer to that :/ Thank you anyway !
Jul
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comment ( Oracle VirtualBox 4 on Windows 7 64-bit ) + ( CentOS 5.6 64-bit ) = “ Your CPU does not support long mode. Use a 32bit distribution ”
Hi stephen! I've got into my BIOS in order to check if I have there anything related to virtualization but I couldn't find anyhthing. Anyway at Edit #1 you can see my system's details. Could you tell if it's a compatible one? How/Where do I check that? I'm totally lost in this area.. Thanks a lot!
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revised ( Oracle VirtualBox 4 on Windows 7 64-bit ) + ( CentOS 5.6 64-bit ) = “ Your CPU does not support long mode. Use a 32bit distribution ”
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Dec
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comment Google Chrome suspicious connections
@Arjan How do I tell, then, to the mothership that I prefer to be an orphan? (: ......... It's about company's data security, the problem is that nowhere I could find it says exactly WHAT is being transmitted to google.
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comment Google Chrome suspicious connections
+1 Believe me I'm 1cm from firing up Wireshark and analayzing the data =)
Dec
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comment Google Chrome suspicious connections
@Andrejs you're missing the point - it's not an argue but a discussion. OBVIOUSLY I CAN SIMPLY STOP USING CHROME! If it's not clear then - I'd like to know what these "transparent" connections are and what information they send out. Then I'll be able to choose if I want to keep using Chrome or not. Kapish?