This is in regards to the actual "wipe" command. I've looked through the man page and not gotten an answer. I've been unable to find any documentation online which explains what the verbose output ...
Using this topic here, I've installed unattended-upgrades so that all upgrades are done when I shutdown my Ubuntu computer. However, it does not show everything I'm used to seeing when using apt-get ...
Situation: If I entered a copy command like cp -rf /src/ /dsc/ then I am waiting several minutes for copy large directories. I forgot to put -v flag to verbose an output, Can I do it during copying?
I tried to boot my Ubuntu into text mode with verbosity enabled, this is what I configured in /etc/default/grub: GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="text init=/sbin/init --verbose vga=791" then update-grub ...