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it was rolling release and i forked it,
rm -rf --all wheels
now it's static release. Quite stable now. :thinkergunsunglasses:

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adb shell screenrecord --output-format=h264 - | ffplay -

this command is like that balt :terminal: :loading: ๐Ÿ˜†

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In Bash,
`~+` is expanded to the content of `PWD`
`~-` is expanded to the content of `OLDPWD`

cd /tmp
echo You are here: ~+
echo You were here: ~-

#Bash #Shell

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@distrotube I made my first ever Linux video. I will be honored to get suggestions and guidance from you.
youtu.be/Ep3ddvDy6Ic

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no need to type 'ls' any more, just hit 'l'

'ls' is one of them

'll'
'la'
'ls'
'l'

:linux: :terminal: :bash:

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My Home ๐Ÿ  is collection of my choices i took from Public Timeline ๐ŸŒ

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๐ŸŽ†โ€‹โ€‹โœจโ€‹๐ŸŽˆโ€‹๐ŸŽŠโ€‹๐ŸŽ‡โ€‹
Finally #370 gone
Mon Aug 5 2019 became the most important day in my life i could see, i still can't believe it's done.๐Ÿ’–โ€‹

๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ Jai Hind ๐Ÿ™‹โ€โ™‚๏ธ

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First delete old snapshot(if you want) then create new one because subsequent snapshots are incremental.

i never did read those instructions so i always did the exact opposite,
but finally i did that right way after reading those instructions. :linus:

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When you remember it is a 3-letter command--but can't remember its exact name:

ls /usr/bin/???

# or, if you don't remember either where it is:
ls -d {/usr,}/{s,}bin/???

#Linux #Unix #Shell

๐Ÿ†— so that was a penguin feet, thanks to virtua box 6.

I was very curious to know that icon. It was so much difficult to guess it before vbox 6 come to me.

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@dru18 @matt sda2 need not be mounted. It is an extended container, hosting logical partitions. So you could probably use the hidden/hide tag

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@dru18 @matt fdisk, testdisk, partx or parted should be able to recover it for you. Don't reboot. Gparted also.

If you rebooted, use a live disk or read how to manipulate partitions using grub2. Hope that fixes.

Edit /etc/fstab or use GNOME Disks utility to troubleshoot partition displays in GUI.

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@dru18 I encrypted all the data on my google drive. They reduced my space because I'm no longer useful to them.

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The first kernel security update for Debian GNU/Linux 10 "Buster" is now available. The update addresses flawย CVE-2019-13272.ย The issue affects older versions of as well, so all users should update now. security-tracker.debian.org/tr

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