Some commonly used shutdown/restart commands under Linux are shutdown, halt, reboot, and init. They can all achieve the purpose of restarting the system, but the internal working process of each command is different. Through the introduction of this...
As root, pico /etc/fstab Add this line: /dev/hda8 /windata vfat user,umask=000,rw 0 0 Make sure that /dev/hda8 is in fact pointing at your Windows data partition. Note also that this assumes that the Windows data partition is formatted as...
As root, pico /etc/sysconfig/harddisks
EXTRA_PARMS= hdparm ?u1 /dev/hda
Source: “Linux (Red Hat 7.0+) Installation on the Compaq Armada E7400“
Put it in a daily cronjob if you like, or extend it to copy the backup to another machine:
To alternate between mounting a Linux-formatted (ext2) floppy disk and a Windows-formatted (vfat) floppy disk: Create a directory like /mnt/winfloppyAs root, pico /etc/fstabEnter the following into fstab: /dev/fd0 /mnt/floppy ext2...
In order, try these solutions:
As root, type:
As root, type (replace “2.4.7-10” with your kernel number):
Murmurhash is a nice and speedy hashing algorithm that is handy for creating hash values based on strings. I use it often as benchmarks suggest it is one of the speedier implementations out there. Murmurhash can create 32-bit or 128-bit outputs. In...
The choice to use Linux is a complex one. It is not merely enough to select it as your operating system, but also to pick which distribution you wish to use, and while each features the same kernel at its core, the end user experience is quite...