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mount -o loop,offset=64 image.mdx /mnt/cdrom/
If you have octave installed you can use it at the command line as: octave --silent --eval 752/447 To shorten the writing you can add the following as alias in .bashrc alias ose='octave --silent --eval' and then call it as ose 752/447. The alias/shortcut is arbitrary but you need to restart the terminal to make it effective. You can install octave ...
Here is a good one: spigot -- a command-line exact real calculator
Was enough to remove rm -rf Web\ Data from ~/.config/chromium/Default. had to restart computer.
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