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I use tree instead: sudo tree -fai ~/.blabla | xargs -L1 -I{} sudo chown youruser:youruser {} Also take care to not run recursive chown or chmod on '/' directory or other system directory.
answered Jan 25 '18 by Eduard Florinescu
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This parameter separates the read/write columns for every device, and you also have the user id at the beginning of the table: dstat --full command explaination: versatile tool for generating syst …
answered Jun 21 '16 by Eduard Florinescu
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I need to do some actions when a specific USB device is removed/added. I need a fast response on the order of milli-seconds. How can I do this in a shell script?
asked Jan 6 '14 by Eduard Florinescu
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20); do echo 'start=2048, type=83' | sfdisk /dev/ram0p${i}; done but doesn't work. Is there a way to do it in Linux, using parted, sfdisk or other tool? So at least is there a way to create the 17 logical partitions programatically? …
asked Mar 12 by Eduard Florinescu
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I dumped the partition layout of a disk, with: sfdisk -d /dev/sda > part_table cat part_table output label: dos label-id: 0x0004bc49 device: /dev/sda unit: sectors /dev/sda1 : start= 2048, …
asked Mar 11 by Eduard Florinescu
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I had the same issue, my dmesg was full with this messages, and could not unmount nor suspend the computer: [ 4095.313680] usb usb4-port5: Cannot enable. Maybe the USB cable is bad? [ 4099.301425] us …
answered Jul 23 '18 by Eduard Florinescu
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Not mentioned in all the other answers is a case where kill -9 doesn't work at all, when a process is <defunct> and cannot be killed: How can I kill a <defunct> process whose parent is init? What is …
answered Jan 28 '14 by Eduard Florinescu
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I have an error when booting on a machine, my machine is stuck with the error message: Booting a command list. I can see this message when I add loglevel=7 and only if I delete the quiet in the kern …
asked Apr 9 '15 by Eduard Florinescu
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I have many hard-disks that need to be mounted on restarts some have have NTFS file-systems other have EXT4, some are USB and some are SATA, some have the same label names, and they don't get mounted …
asked Sep 25 '18 by Eduard Florinescu
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I use also lsblk mentioned above, but I find the following options better suiting: sudo lsblk -o name,mountpoint,tran,fstype,label,size
answered Apr 4 '18 by Eduard Florinescu
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A quick fix would be to unmount all already mounted and mount them all in folders having the uuid serial: cd /media/$USER ls -1 | xargs -L1 -I {} sudo umount /media/$USER/{} sudo mkdir /media/amounte …
answered Sep 25 '18 by Eduard Florinescu
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I typed a bunch of commands and when I ran history I saw they were not present in there. Beside the case when the command start with a (space) what are the cases when commands will not be logged in …
asked Sep 18 '17 by Eduard Florinescu
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ThinkPad X230 DMI Motherboard Product 2306CTO Is there a way to get model number, in this case 2306CTO, in Linux? …
asked May 14 '13 by Eduard Florinescu