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Apr
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awarded  Tumbleweed
Mar
29
asked How does JavaFX takes control of the Raspberry Pi?
Jul
9
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
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awarded  Popular Question
Nov
22
comment Doubt when compiling USB/IP drivers
How will I know what subdirectories should they go? I took a look and there are many, even under ../kernel/drivers/usb/
Nov
22
asked Doubt when compiling USB/IP drivers
Oct
2
accepted Using a perl compatible regex with GNU grep -P
Oct
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asked Using a perl compatible regex with GNU grep -P
Jun
11
comment How to do incremental backup of .img files containing windows partition?
@psusi Tanks, I feel stupid now. tar -t didn't show anything so I du -hl|less and saw that some files do change, but are useless system logs, anti virus stuff. I should just do incremental backups of the Users folder.
Jun
10
comment How to do incremental backup of .img files containing windows partition?
I saw that on the discussion but didn't understand what it was about. I thought specific hardware/licence was needed. It isn't?
Jun
10
comment How to do incremental backup of .img files containing windows partition?
@psusi No, I always unmount the .img file before booting.
Jun
10
comment How to do incremental backup of .img files containing windows partition?
@slm I got some of the ideas from here: forums.oracle.com/message/10941581 But I wont be doing hot backups just yet.
Jun
10
revised Where can I find updated TAR.rpm for Oracle VM Server?
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Jun
10
comment Where can I find updated TAR.rpm for Oracle VM Server?
I've posted the new question
Jun
10
asked How to do incremental backup of .img files containing windows partition?
Jun
10
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Jun
10
accepted Where can I find updated TAR.rpm for Oracle VM Server?
Jun
10
comment Where can I find updated TAR.rpm for Oracle VM Server?
Well, I managed compile tar, but I still have problems with it incremental backup. The uncompressed tars are 20GB for the full backup and 8.5GB for incremental. I'll create a new question soon, after I read 'man rsync'.
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