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comment at and daylight saving time
@Anthon No, I didn't mention a reboot, but rather I seem to have found some bug in sleep. If you run something like sleep 1h, and then the clock changes (it was reproducible with the daylight savings time changing, but also seems to happen after system suspend/hibernation), sleep keeps running for hours and hours, and never seems to finish. I ended up writing my own implementation of at, supporting sleep and date style arguments.
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comment Linux + how to compress the old log files automatically
You could use a filesystem like ZFS or Btrfs and enable automatic filesystem compression. It is a bit too much for such a small problem, but will give you the benefit of transparent compression for all other files too, besides the many benefits of an advanced filesystem!
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@RuiFRibeiro How would changing $PS1 give someone problems with scripts?
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