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A filesystem is a way to organize and store computer files with their data.

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dpkg is not lying, you do not have enough space to install unity-editor-5.3.5f1+20160525_amd64.deb. Your root filesystem only has 404.25 MB of space available, and you are trying to install a package …
answered Jun 8 '16 by Peschke
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The sysadmins at work want us to remove all world permissions from all files and directories within a specific filesystem. Normally, I would agree with such security practices. However, I don't unders …
asked Apr 26 '18 by Peschke
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Most major distributions use squashfs to hold their live CD. squashfs is intended to be used for read-only filesystems, which is exactly what a live CD is. Decompressing filesystem.squashfs takes …
answered Jun 3 '16 by Peschke