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Jan
25
comment Mount options for BTRFS on an external USB drive
Just search the internet for people who got screwed with BTRFS: bit.ly/1CpyLCn
Jan
25
accepted Mount options for BTRFS on an external USB drive
Jan
25
comment Mount options for BTRFS on an external USB drive
Yeah, commit stuck out when reading the filesystem info. noatime is also good to know, but this is the first time I'm hearing about recovery.
Jan
23
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
23
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
22
asked Automatically prompt to decrypt external LUKS filesystem in GNOME session?
Jan
22
comment Mount options for BTRFS on an external USB drive
FYI: Fujitsu tested 1,000 power loss scenarios on btrfs and no corruption occurred. I'd still like to enable any options which improve my chances.
Jan
22
asked Mount options for BTRFS on an external USB drive
Jan
22
asked Does fstab actively run to detect new filesystems and mount them?
Jan
22
accepted Resuming a DD of an entire disk
Jan
22
comment Resuming a DD of an entire disk
I didn't know about plainOpen until now. Great! Finished my scrambling of a 2TB drive in around 4 hours as opposed to 256GB in over 12 using /dev/urandom.
Jan
21
comment Resuming a DD of an entire disk
Do I use the record number? Does that equal the block written count?
Jan
21
asked Resuming a DD of an entire disk
Jan
21
accepted Manually edit startup application for session?
Jan
21
comment Manually edit startup application for session?
Yep, that's it! Unfortunately, it seems that the Elementary OS dialog doesn't show things unless they're disabled. After disabling the ones I was looking for in GNOME Session Properties, they showed up in the Elementary OS dialog.
Jan
20
comment Manually edit startup application for session?
I've run your sed and still nothing shows up in Freya in System Settings/Applications/Startup. Can you apt-get upgrade and let me know what you're seeing?
Jan
20
comment Periodically unable to connect to WPA2-EAP access point
And by the way, I thought wl was the open source driver and b43 was the proprietary driver, as b43 uses proprietary firmware.
Jan
20
comment Periodically unable to connect to WPA2-EAP access point
Great, but unfortunately b43 doesn't work. I'm stuck on kernel 3.7.5 and it seems to require 3.17+ for my specific card according to the b43 page. I'll try upgrading and test it out.
Jan
19
comment Periodically unable to connect to WPA2-EAP access point
Obviously running Linux on my MacBook.