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I was perusing through some questions on stackoverflow and came across this beautiful command. df -P file/goes/here | tail -1 | cut -d' ' -f 1 for instance if I wanted to find out the drive video.flv is stored on, I'd do something like this df -P file/video.flv | tail -1 | cut -d' ' -f 1 also remember that you must be working on the current location ...
It should not make a difference, whether you use the server or the desktop version. The difference between them is mostly that the server version does not come with a gui and the gui related packages. See also: What's the difference between the server version and the desktop version?
If you're using the stock backup app then you can set its destination location most backup apps let you set the location actually
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