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1. UNIX and Linux Applications
I need a hint about gvfsd-metadata using mate on bsd. Or dual-core cpu, quad-core cpu ore an old laptop single core, the gvfsd is an obstacle and does not accelerate anything, vice versa, it slows down many processes, coming from gnome. So someone can give me a hint how to wipe it out for good? I... (1 Reply)
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2. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I would like to ask your opinion about my theory, how to fix my broken LVM without risking any data loss.
I use Archlinux at home. I just love this distro, even it gives me a lots of work (particularly after system updates).
Basic system spec:
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3. Shell Programming and Scripting
Hi, Dear all:
One question ! ^_^
I'm using bash under Ubuntu 9.10.
My question is not to rename all ".JPG" files to ".jpg" in a single folder, but to rename all ".JPG" files to ".jpg" in all subfolders.
To rename all ".JPG" to ".jpg" in a single folder,
for x in *.JPG; do mv "$x"... (7 Replies)
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my application (actually library) indexes a file of many GB producing tables (arrays of offset and length of the data indexed) for later reuse. The tables produced are pretty big too, so big that I ran out of memory in my process (3GB limit), when indexing more than 8GB of file or so.... (9 Replies)
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5. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Is there any possible way to print the contents of a directory to a .jpg file? I have a list of thumbnails (e-books) which I want to share (+500) but I don't know how to make this.
I would appreciate a lot any comments regarding this issue. (4 Replies)
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