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GNU tar's --index-file option works well: tar cvf - ./foo 2>foo.err --index-file=foo.out | squish > foo.tar.S


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Basically, the section 8.12.4 Using Symbolic Links is advising you that it is possible to make the database-directory (such as /var/lib/mysql) a symbolic link to another location with more space. With Ubuntu, you can do that, or you could make /dev/sdb mounted on /var/lib/mysql. A mountpoint may be (slightly) more efficient. Either way, to migrate your ...


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In the first Linux diagram, above the "device driver" part; same for Bovet's diagram. When writing an operating system, you want to keep the device-dependent parts as isolated as possible, so you can add further devices cleanly. In Linux' case, "device driver for a disk" (or "network card", or "WiFi card", or whatever) is a class in the sense of object ...


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You misunderstand the syntax. First, input redirection has the < symbol in front of the file, not at the back. The order of operations is not important. So, the syntax is: < inputfile command options > outputfile or command options < inputfile > outputfile (or other permutations). Then, you also have extra $. What you really need to do ...


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This is one possible solution: concatenate the command and options string so that we don't have to deal with lot of parentheses. command="$1 $2" $command input_file > output_file (Please let me know if I am overlooking something)


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I've managed to fix the problem. The serial port wasn't correctly detected beacause of an irq problem. Here is how I've fixed it: Switched from CentOS 7 to Debian 8.2 (jessie) With the following kernel (latest available): Linux debian-term1 3.16.0-4-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 3.16.7-ckt20-1+deb8u1 (2015-12-14) x86_64 GNU/Linux Temporarily enabled the touch ...



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