Hermann Ingjaldsson

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Apr
30
revised Does Rsnapshot work on Fat32 filesystem?
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Apr
30
asked Does Rsnapshot work on Fat32 filesystem?
Apr
30
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
1
revised `cp -al` snapshot whose hard links get directed to a new file when edited
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Mar
29
comment `cp -al` snapshot whose hard links get directed to a new file when edited
thanks, i'll check it out.
Mar
29
comment `cp -al` snapshot whose hard links get directed to a new file when edited
I was thinking using rsync to a server which has a cronjob to do cp -al regularly for snapshots.. alongside rsync-ing onwards for even more copies. How does that sound?
Mar
29
comment `cp -al` snapshot whose hard links get directed to a new file when edited
What do you recommend as a way to back up a massive folder?
Mar
29
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Mar
29
revised `cp -al` snapshot whose hard links get directed to a new file when edited
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Mar
29
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Mar
29
revised `cp -al` snapshot whose hard links get directed to a new file when edited
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Mar
29
asked `cp -al` snapshot whose hard links get directed to a new file when edited
Feb
20
accepted Vimrc, map control-; to an action
Feb
8
accepted Apt-get, no sudoers file
Feb
8
comment Apt-get, no sudoers file
I can't become root by typing su. it says 'authentication failure'. But I can create directories with 'sudo mkdir somedirectory' for instance and my password gets accepted then.
Feb
8
revised Apt-get, no sudoers file
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Feb
8
asked Apt-get, no sudoers file
Feb
1
comment How to make LXTerminals open maximized in Lubuntu 11.04?
It appears like the answer works for 12.04, but vasa1's comment works for 11.04.
Jan
22
comment Terminal change keys
I want to be able to change what gets written when i type in the terminal. And that means, whenever I start the terminal.. that's a window who will receive my keyboard input in this new way.
Jan
22
comment Terminal change keys
I find this very confusing actually. So I make a Xmodmap file in my home directory (there is no such file currently, im using L-Ubuntu 11.04). So how do I for instance, make that file turn 'A' into 'B'?