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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 ...


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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?


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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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