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

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I have a directory with some photos and videos. If I enter ls -l --block-size=1 on Linux (saved on NTFS HDD), then I get a slightly different total size (in bytes) than using ES File Explorer, yet ev …
asked May 28 '18 by neverMind9
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Tux3 and NilFS are file systems made for file history/revisions. How can I see these revisions? On Windows, there is a file history manager and Shadow Copies (enabled by default only on Windows 7 an …
asked Nov 25 '18 by neverMind9
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If I try mounting the ext4 file system of /dev/mmcblk0p2 into the blank directories I just created: /SD and also /mnt/SD, then the command line answers with: mount: mount /dev/mmcblk0p2 on /SD failed …
asked May 9 '18 by neverMind9
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Is there an alternative command that does the same thing as findmnt -T . -o TARGET |tail -n 1? Example: If my current working directory is /media/username/HDD/subdir1/subdir2, that command would outp …
asked Jun 8 by neverMind9
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I made a full disk image from a 4 to 5 year old laptop HDD. That HDD was in a laptop that was carried often to places, so, over the years, it has probably experienced physical stresses to some degree …
asked Jul 29 '18 by neverMind9
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I have a backup of an SD card but have not yet deleted the original files to free up space. Now, they got mixed up with new files. How do I delete all files that are already backed up (same file name …
asked Nov 15 '18 by neverMind9
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I read somewhere that an operating system which knows nothing about ext3 and ext4 (i.e. antique Linux version) is able to read/write to ext4, and it detects any ext4 file system as ext2. I am not quit …
asked Mar 17 '18 by neverMind9
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The current working directors is, e.g. /media/username/ExtHDD/. When disconnecting and re-connecting that HDD, commands such as ls do not work properly anymore. $ -????????? ? ? ? ? …
asked Mar 21 by neverMind9
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If I wanted to stay on the same file system, couldn't I just specify an output path for the same file system? Or is it to prevent accidentally leaving the current file system?
asked Nov 28 '18 by neverMind9