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The dd | pv | dd triad made my 50GB vm copy take 800 seconds, as opposed to 260 seconds using just dd. With this pipeline, at least, pv has no idea how big the input file is so it won't be able to tell you how far along you are so there's no disadvantage to doing it as follows- and you get a nice speed advantage: I would avoid pv on anything large, and (if ...


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sudo su - cd /home/phablet/Downloads download deb file, e.g: from debian wheezy repositories: wget http://ftp.de.debian.org/debian/pool/main/h/htop/htop_1.0.1-1_armhf.deb remount root filesystem to read-write (I use the bellow command on my bq aquaris. Your filesystem name you can find by df -h /) mount /dev/mmcvlk0p6 -o remount,rw dpkg -i ...


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It is literally impossible for them to be monitoring your computer screen via the OS in real-time if you are not connected to the network. I go through some possibilities below. Delayed Logging They could be logging everything to a file somewhere on the computer and then uploading the log when the computer returns to the network. This is the common ...


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Here's my oneliner grep -i 'runlevel' /etc/init/* | awk '!/#/ && /start on/ && /2/ {gsub("/"," "); print $0 }' | cut -d ' ' -f4- A bit cleaner output can be achieved with grep -i 'runlevel' /etc/init/* | awk '/start on/ && /2/ {gsub("/"," "); gsub(":", " ");gsub(".conf"," "); print $3 }' Now lets get into details. Upstart jobs ...



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