John Leuenhagen
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After setting a new drive to be the home partition, where can I find the old /home files?
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The old files are still there in their directory, and will appear when the new filesystem is unmounted. All you have to do to see them is log out of all sessions, switch to a tty (Ctrl+Alt+F3 to ...

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I have a file called "¬" and I am confused
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By using single quotes, you may avoid all types of shell expansion and everything is taken just as it is. For example, rm '¬' should delete the file.

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Grub Command to View Output of a Command X amount of lines at a time
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According to this, not by default. I would imagine that you could add a simple program that does what you desire (if you can find one) into the appropriate grub directory (likely /boot/grub/...

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How can I make my linux machine broadcast its IP address dynamically?
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First of all, setting a static IP address for your main devices is a smart idea, and a must if you are running servers that need to be port forwarded. Second, you should just be able to fill in the IP ...

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What are all these other in grub options and which are safe to remove?
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It seems like you are using the grub installation from Ubuntu, which probably added extra entries. Did peppermint install grub for you? If so, you're going to want to use that. The proper way of doing ...

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Rearranging order of partitions in GParted
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Create a new empty partition after /dev/sda8, make it the size that you want your Arch partition to be. Then do cat /dev/sda9 > /dev(the partition you just created) when in a root shell. (You can't ...

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Getting grub prompt after moving computer to new case
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Simply moving your computer to a new case shouldn't affect how it operates. Maybe you reset the CMOS when re-assembling it. If this is the case, check your boot order in the BIOS and make sure the ...

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Certificate Name 'Mismatch' error
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I know that this isn't necessarily a proper answer to your exact question, but there likely isn't a reason for you to be self-signing certificates when Let's Encrypt exists. They are a completely free ...

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