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Dec
29
comment Is there an easy way to replace duplicate files with hardlinks?
+1 I used rdfind and loved it. It has a -dryrun true option that will let you know what it would have done. Replacing duplicates with hard links is as simple as -makehardlinks true. It produced a nice log and it let me know how much space was freed up. Plus, according to the author's benchmark, rdfind is faster than duff and fslint.
Aug
4
comment How to list files and folders that are not maintained by any DEB package
Perfect! Thank you.
Jan
10
comment How do I clear Bash's cache of paths to executables?
Thank you very much!