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The Linux kernel supports something called Inotify. Using it, you can tell the kernel to notify you when something happens to a file or folder. So you can do something like "Whenever a new file is placed in this folder, or whenever a file in this folder has been changed, run the following action". You can be notified when a file is created, read, written ...


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In Kontact, choose 'settings' in the pull-down menu at the top. Select 'configure kontact' Under the Calendar subheading highlight "general" in the right half of the windo choose the "Calendars" tab select "add" in the popup window select ICal Calendar FILE in the next popup window you need to enter the Filename and your desired display NAME. the display ...


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There is no need to manage, monitor or clear the Linux cache manually during normal operations, and no performance benefit in doing so. The purpose of the cache is to store recently-accessed data from disk so that subsequent attempts to read it complete more quickly. This is why loading a large document is typically much faster the second time around. ...



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