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comment How to use 'unsquashfs' with lzma?
which version of squashfs-tools have you downloaded?
Sep
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comment How to use 'unsquashfs' with lzma?
are you familiar with non-desktop Linux?
Jun
30
comment Why should I use $[ EXPR ] instead of $(( EXPR ))?
to be quite honest, I am not sure this answers the question. Basically the linked bash documentation says exactly the opposite: use $(()) instead of $[] giving the reason of the former being deprecated. So I still don’t know why my link recommended using the latter, and I am unsure which documentation is more trustworthy.
Jun
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accepted Why should I use $[ EXPR ] instead of $(( EXPR ))?
Jun
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asked Why should I use $[ EXPR ] instead of $(( EXPR ))?
Jun
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accepted Change the size of my memory pages?
Jun
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asked Change the size of my memory pages?
Jun
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revised How can find support large files?
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Jun
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asked How can find support large files?
May
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accepted How can I defragment my SSD on linux?
May
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revised How can I defragment my SSD on linux?
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May
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asked How can I defragment my SSD on linux?
May
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comment At init, run my own script instead of the shell
You might have missed my first sentence: "this is purely theoretical". I have no plans to spread my own buggy version of linux for the moment, I just want to know how I could do it if I wanted to.
May
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asked At init, run my own script instead of the shell
May
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asked Why is brk(0) called?