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revised Why does GNU head/tail read the whole file?
Updated the question with the real reason why this was happening.
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accepted Transforming a disk from MBR to GPT
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answered Transforming a disk from MBR to GPT
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awarded  Commentator
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comment Transforming a disk from MBR to GPT
Sure, I'm backing up most of my data all the time, but in this case, we're talking about two terabytes of data. I don't have enough space for that. In fact, I'm transforming the disk to GPT so that I can create a partition larger than that.
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asked Transforming a disk from MBR to GPT
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comment Why does GNU head/tail read the whole file?
Oh, you are absolutely right! It's just a test file full of zeroes. Post your comment as an answer and I'll accept it :-)
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comment Why does GNU head/tail read the whole file?
I would be inclined to believe that if the command wasn't running for two hours already.
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asked Why does GNU head/tail read the whole file?
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comment How do I determine if the linux password was changed?
No, they are like this only when changed. This is actually one of the options I'm considering, to check for length/structure. They look like this: 8yInpa/Ksc9wA
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asked How do I determine if the linux password was changed?
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comment What process created this window with no PID associated?
The solutions from the other answers were tried and I have posted their results in the question, but you are right, I should have been more explicit. The fact that the other questions had no foolproof answer does not mean that there isn't any. Maybe some hardcore linux guru knows the answer and just doesn't visit this site.
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awarded  Student
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comment What process created this window with no PID associated?
Next time, before you call possible duplicate, read the question. I'm sure you will find it a shocking surprise, but I am, in fact, capable of reading. I even consider myself quite proficient at using the search field! Of course I have seen both of these questions, and much more. Neither the answers on SOFU nor the various internet sites provided me with an answer.
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted What process created this window with no PID associated?
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comment What process created this window with no PID associated?
Never mind, the window just disappeared (probably) when I ran xprop -id 0x1414050
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comment What process created this window with no PID associated?
Could you please rewrite the script in parts so that I could do the steps manually? It gives a following error: ERROR: Process ID list syntax error.