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Nov
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comment How to delete btrfs subvolumes with <FS_TREE> in their name
I've just tried this, and sudo apt-btrfs-snapshot delete-older-than 30d proceeded to delete ALL snapshots...
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answered 'Couldn't connect to display “:0.0”' error on Cygwin
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comment How to delete btrfs subvolumes with <FS_TREE> in their name
No, I was able to do this while running the system from @ of the same filesystem.
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Apr
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accepted Specifying outgoing interface for SSH tunnel
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accepted How to delete btrfs subvolumes with <FS_TREE> in their name
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answered How to delete btrfs subvolumes with <FS_TREE> in their name
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asked How to delete btrfs subvolumes with <FS_TREE> in their name
Jun
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comment btrfs change after system upgrade broke apt-btrfs-snapshot
Well I also changed the relevant files in /etc/apt/sources.list.d to point to the new Ubuntu and Mint releases
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asked btrfs change after system upgrade broke apt-btrfs-snapshot
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comment Specifying outgoing interface for SSH tunnel
But I want to specify the source address of connections on the remote machine. I tried -b but it doesn't seem to do anything.