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reviewed Leave Closed I want to manipulate the group file entries
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comment / directory at 100% capacity. Not sure where I went wrong in my partitioning or how to proceed
20GB in / isn't necessarily a mistake, and splitting out /home is very common.
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comment How to merge one directory into other?
Can you edit your question and provide a structure in more detail that you want before and after, rather than just one directory name. Softlinks may do want you want, but it's not clear from your question (e.g. if you have /a/b/c and 'merge' it into /etc/ do you mean /etc/a/b/c or do you mean /etc/c). More detail please.
Mar
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revised cannot move file because of & in name
formatting
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revised cannot move file because of & in name
formatting
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revised cannot move file because of & in name
formatting
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comment What are the ways to browse files in a directory with uncountable files?
@Starx apologies, didn't notice the link.
Mar
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comment How to configure Squid to support HTTPS?
I'd try the Squid wiki in the first instance, and if that config has problems, ask about those, but you seem to be asking how to configure something supported by the product and described in the documentation.
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comment /var/log/secure and other log files are empty even after restarting rsyslog.service
Can you edit your question with the result of ls -ld /var/log and ls -l /var/log.
Mar
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comment What are the ways to browse files in a directory with uncountable files?
I suggest, in that case, asking a new question, because now you know how many files you have, you can ask specifics about the performance of that (it sounds like an issue to me, shouldn't take that long, but a new question is your best bet).
Mar
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comment What are the ways to browse files in a directory with uncountable files?
@Starx because it has to search through every single directory entry and it sounds like you have many, many thousands of files. There's no way for it to magically know which files you want without checking every single filename, unless you give it the full and explicit filename in the first instance.
Mar
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comment Sendmail : save email into a file
Usually, sending the mail to a user with a domain name (e.g. bob, or root) will result in it being delivered locally. It does depend on your sendmail configuration however.
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answered What are the ways to browse files in a directory with uncountable files?
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revised Shell script says system when to execute for the next time
formatting changes
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revised Shell script says system when to execute for the next time
added 4 characters in body
Mar
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comment does head input > output copy all invisible characters to the new file?
You'd be better off raising another question about a specific tool, given the limitations in head (unless there's already one, which searching might reveal) rather than solve it in comments, which prevents other people from easily finding it later.
Mar
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answered Sendmail : save email into a file
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answered Does “apt-get -s upgrade” or some other apt command have an option to list the repositories the packages will be downloaded from?
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reviewed Approve Does “apt-get -s upgrade” or some other apt command have an option to list the repositories the packages will be downloaded from?
Mar
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answered How to change Linux kernel version