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Why does running this restore command take so long?

I'm using PostgreSQL 9.1 on Ubuntu 12.04. The development machine has 2GB RAM and it's a Centrino Duo. The Backup command is pg_dump and takes less than 5 seconds to run from the terminal. But my ...
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Is there something similar to system restore in Ubuntu

I would want to know if there is a command that can change my system back to the state at some point in time, including changing any files that may have been edited
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Restoring a Unix Tar File with Ubuntu

I have all of these old DDS3 and DDS4 tapes that I need to restore the files off of. The only information that I really know is that they were put on the tapes about 10 to 20 years ago using Digital ...
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What system information is useful in an emergency?

I want to store a text file on Ubuntu One containing command-line output in case of a system fault that stops me logging in or seeing my screen. That way I can retrieve the information on my phone if ...
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extract gnome gconf settings from external partition

Are there any files in /etc/ or /home/ where the gconf data is actually written to? How can I make these work on a new system (preferably in terminal)? There are standard ways dumping/importing gconf ...
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Is there a way to restore all terminals at startup

I would like to know if there is a way to restore all terminals after a reboot? The following thread refers to 'System > Preferences > Session' http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=791504 Which ...