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comment How can you trim files using the command line?
@ChrisDown Because /dev/null contains no data when you read, but /dev/zero contains infinte zeros. Oh, count=1, the number of bytes to write must not be zero.
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comment How can you trim files using the command line?
You should read from /dev/zero: if=/dev/zero
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