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Aug
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comment understanding how filesystem type is determined before it is mounted
@Huang Tao That's not a partition, but a disk. Specifying /dev/sdb1 (partition) instead of /dev/sdb (disk) should work.
Aug
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comment understanding how filesystem type is determined before it is mounted
@Huang Tao Well, it works good enough to distinguish all the file systems supported by the kernel. Most good disk formats (file systems as well as files) include a precisely crafted header to make them differ from any other file type.
Aug
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comment understanding how filesystem type is determined before it is mounted
@Huang Tao Sorry, I didn't read your question fully and therefore answered at the wrong level. Use the -s option (as in file -s /dev/sda1 ) to examine block devices.
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answered understanding how filesystem type is determined before it is mounted
Aug
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answered My Mac trying to connect to a possible intruder's machine, that is not in the network anymore
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revised How to configure network on VM Ubuntu server with host changing networks?
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comment How to configure network on VM Ubuntu server with host changing networks?
@Stewart Johnson Added detailed step-by-step guides. Are these explanations sufficient? The second variant (with a host-only network adapter) may be easier and will significantly especially Samba, but will add a virtual networking adapter to the host system.
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comment How to configure network on VM Ubuntu server with host changing networks?
@Stewart Johnson Yes, significantly. Added two paragraphs.
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answered I think someone else has access to my wireless network. What next?
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answered How to install linux to some physical computers efficiently
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answered How to configure network on VM Ubuntu server with host changing networks?
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answered Acer Aspire 5552 RF-kill in Linux = broken. No Wireless
Jul
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answered setting audio balance from command line
Jun
19
comment What is different between root and sudo?
@Nicolas Updated to include that. But I wanted to point out that the file is written automatically by modern distributions.
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revised What is different between root and sudo?
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