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asked Search bash history for already typed command
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accepted How is a symlink represented in a file system vs a hard link?
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asked How is a symlink represented in a file system vs a hard link?
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asked My systemd slices aren't reporting info to systemd-cgtop
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revised Confused about the behavior of asterisk in ls command
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comment Confused about the behavior of asterisk in ls command
So then * isn't just a wildcard symbol? * is a specific routine in bash that returns the file and directory names of the current (or spcified) directory? Does * run different routines based on context- I'm still a bit confused what * actually means to bash.
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asked How much control do concrete file systems have over the VFS inode cache and the buffer cache?
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accepted Is the entire kernel loaded into memory on boot?
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comment Is the entire kernel loaded into memory on boot?
OK that makes sense to me. I think I was conflating the kernel image and the file system it uses which obviously are totally separate.
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comment Is the entire kernel loaded into memory on boot?
Cool I'm going to read that article you linked to. So the kernel modules are store in the initramfs rootfs?
Jan
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comment Is the entire kernel loaded into memory on boot?
Right I was reading that. Its been largely replaced by initramfs right? And its still a similar process with initramfs correct?
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asked Is the entire kernel loaded into memory on boot?
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accepted Creating an interactive shell for a command
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asked Creating an interactive shell for a command
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accepted Having trouble making sense of the df command