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revised Unable to connect to a wifi network with an SSID containing diacritics
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accepted timestamp of newly created file is in the future
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comment timestamp of newly created file is in the future
@UVV thanks. It seems like you are right and this is a NFS.
Jan
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comment timestamp of newly created file is in the future
@UVV it might be. I'd need to check with my administrator but that usually takes some weeks. Any way to test that myself?
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comment timestamp of newly created file is in the future
@UVV Negative. No alias. This affects all types of file creation, not just touch. For example saving a document with gedit or similar results in the same situation.
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accepted determine user-modified files
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comment determine user-modified files
Another example: The style file for gedit resides in /usr/share/gtksourceview-3.0/styles/. That's far from /home/ and easily missed
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comment determine user-modified files
As I've written in the question: It's not about the home directory. E.g. I have a custom script placed in /usr/sbin/ for convenience (that might be stupid, I don't know, but it happened). It's about "what files did I touch?".
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comment determine user-modified files
Ubuntu, but this should be distribution independent, shouldn't it?