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comment systemd does not run /etc/rc.local?
Upvoted, this works nicely.
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comment How to get the actual directory size (out of du)?
This is one of the most reliable solutions. It works with file names that have spaces or quotes in them and it prints a human-readable size.
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revised How to get the actual directory size (out of du)?
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comment How do you install drivers on linux?
Pointing out the obvious: There is usually a README file which tells you what commands to run.
Mar
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answered How to prevent Chrome from refreshing page when viewing source?
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comment Increase screen resolution in VirtualBox guest without VirtualBox guest additions?
I wrote that I don't want guest additions.
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asked Increase screen resolution in VirtualBox guest without VirtualBox guest additions?
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asked Keep VirtualBox vms running even after a logout/crash?
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revised Terminal command to upgrade from Linux Mint 16 to Linux Mint 17
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answered Terminal command to upgrade from Linux Mint 16 to Linux Mint 17
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accepted How do I prevent virt-manager from asking for the root password?
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comment Prevent auto mounting Android sdcard under Linux Mint
This setting can also be changed using the graphical tool dconf-editor. And there's also an automount setting in org.cinnamon.desktop.media-handling and org.mate.media-handling.
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comment How do I disable the keyboard shortcut for menu in Linux Mint 13?
The settings dialog can be started by running "cinnamon-settings". Then Hardware, Keyboard (or type keyboard in the search), keyboard layouts, Options button (bottom right corner), then step 5 and 6.
Nov
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comment How to monitor BTRFS filesystem raid for errors?
I wish btrfs had a status command like zpool status (zfs) that would reliably show the number of errors on the drives and the number of uncorrectable data errors (with a list of affected files). It seems ridiculous that such an advanced filesystem, which is by design able to detect and correct disk errors, does not remember if an error has occurred / if files have been corrupted.
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answered Why is -r recursive necessary when copying a directory in Linux?
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