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I bought an HP Elitebook 8460p on eBay and it came with a password-locked Hitachi hard drive which I was told is the original hard drive. I don't know the password for the drive and running the diagnostics tools I see the hard drive is healthy. I tried booting... (9 Replies)
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2. Shell Programming and Scripting
I want count size of all directories on my current File System including size of links only if the target of these links is on same filesystem.
I tried below but it gives size of link target even if its on a different FS:
du -skL *
also the -x option did not help.
Any help. (2 Replies)
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What are the initial checks needs to be done while observing hard errors on one of the hard disk drive.
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I'm kind of new to programming in Linux & c/c++. I'm currently writing a FileManager using Ubuntu Linux(10.10) for Learning Purposes. I've got started on this project by creating a loopback device to be used as my virtual hard disk. After creating the loop back hard disk and mounting it... (23 Replies)
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I have an external USB Hard Disk Drive on which I have 3 partitions and it works fine under Windows XP but when I am using Red Hat Linux 5 I don't see any icon for this USB HDD. Also I am not able to browse my USB Pen Drive. However, I can use it under Mandrake Linux without any... (4 Replies)
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6. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
Any creative ideas on how to wreck / secure clean an hard disk drive before disposal?
dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/disk_drive?
shred -n whatever -z /dev/disk_drive?
Magnet? (false sense of security)
Post your thoughts. (10 Replies)
Discussion started by: redoubtable
Can anyone suggest me any USB Hard Disk Drive which I can connect to Sun Fire V890 and take backup at a quick speed. A test with SolidState USB Hard Drive for backup work was taking writing at 2GB per hour for a 75GB backup.
Tushar Kathe (1 Reply)
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Sorry if this is totally the wrong place to post this but I have a question or something rather thats bugging me. I got a new Dell Inspiron laptop the other day and I was expecting it to have 80G on it, well atleast 70 or so after installation of OS and such but after looking carefully yesterday, I... (8 Replies)
Discussion started by: Ecclesiastes
9. Filesystems, Disks and Memory
I have 2 75GB SCSI hard drives and 2 250GB SATA hard drives which are using RAID Level 1 respectively. I wana have both FTP and Apache installed on them as services. I'm wondering what's the best partitioning schem? I wana use FC3 as my OS, so, I thought I can use the 75GB hard drive as the /... (0 Replies)
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:confused: ........I have a new hard drive and I need to copy ALL info from the old to the new. I would like to use the dd command. I know the command is as follows......
dd if=/dev/rdsk/c1t1d0s0 of=/dev/rdsk/????????
Where I have the question marks is the problem.
How do I find out what the... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: shorty