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comment Why is “/dev/rdisk” about 20 times faster than “/dev/disk” in Mac OS X
As yet another sidenote, I just dd'ed an Ubuntu ARM image to my newly purchased Sandisk Extreme Pro MicroSD card. /dev/disk1 wrote at 2.3 MB/s, while /dev/rdisk1 wrote at 83.7 MB/s, or 36.4 times as fast.
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revised Automatically mount external drives to /media/LABEL on boot without a user logged in?
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answered Automatically mount external drives to /media/LABEL on boot without a user logged in?
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comment How to replace part of a text file between markers with another text file?
Holy moly, that's cool! This is going in my sed dictionary! Superbly useful and beautifully simple. Thank you!
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comment Won't read Unicode characters over NFS mount?
Horrible truth is that you may see files disappearing in Finder from nfs mounts with the nfc option if they have special characters (e.g. ä), and they were previously copied to the server using a mount without char translation, rsync without the --iconv=utf-8-mac,utf-8 option, or similar. The horrible part is that the NFD char on the server may look exactly the same in an SSH session as the NFC one, and that both will show '??' instead of the char in a local shell. Both can exist simultaneously, but it may be that ä != ä and ?? != ?? in the same terminal session. A nightmare to clean up.
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comment How can I use the Btrfs compression option when installing Linux?
This is the more correct answer. The only drawback to doing post-installation compression is that a lot of files won't be compressed on account of being busy. Tricking the installer by preparing the filesystem beforehand is more effective, but also a lot more difficult for the less experienced user.
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answered Can’t launch daemon with launchctl in Yosemite
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revised Reconfiguring, then deleting obsolete pagefile.sys from C: in one go using a batch script
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