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Jul
18
comment Find filesystem of an unmounted partition from a script
@PetrUzel - Awesome! That's exactly what I was looking for!
Jul
18
comment Find filesystem of an unmounted partition from a script
Is there a way to reliably filter out the filesystem type from a script?
Jul
17
awarded  Self-Learner
Jul
17
revised Find filesystem of an unmounted partition from a script
Fixed incorrect flags in if block
Jul
17
answered Find filesystem of an unmounted partition from a script
Jul
17
asked Find filesystem of an unmounted partition from a script
Jun
19
awarded  Yearling
Apr
27
comment Disable autoscrolling in gnome 3.4
I have the same problem. It works sometimes though (very rarely)...
Feb
16
accepted What is the max number of x-clients?
Feb
16
comment What is the max number of x-clients?
Wow, I had almost given up on this. Thanks so much!
Feb
6
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
24
asked What is the max number of x-clients?
Sep
19
awarded  Teacher
Sep
18
accepted How can I find the number of files on a filesystem?
Sep
18
comment How can I find the number of files on a filesystem?
Does df understand most filesystems (ext2-4, ntfs, fat, reiserfs, etc)?
Sep
18
answered Difference between “make install” and “sudo make install”
Sep
18
comment How can I find the number of files on a filesystem?
I think this is what I'm looking for. Is there any way to find out how many of each type of file there is? This isn't directly needed by my application, but could be useful knowledge.
Sep
17
asked How can I find the number of files on a filesystem?
Sep
10
revised View stdout/stderr of systemd service
Added man page content
Sep
10
comment View stdout/stderr of systemd service
@sbtkd85 - Well, I don't have /var/log/syslog, but /var/log/messages does the trick. The problem is, according to the logs, my daemon crashes on start, yet I can tell that it is still running because it has an HTTP server, and I can query it. It seems the rest of the logs are getting lost...