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You have downloaded a compiled version of RoboMongo. Ordinarily such packages can be placed in either of 2 locations: $HOME/bin /usr/local/bin I show the second option in this answer: tar xvf robomongo-0.9.0-rc7-linux-x86_64-2b7a8ca.tar.gz cd robomongo-0.9.0-rc7-linux-x86_64-2b7a8ca sudo mv -v bin/* /usr/local/bin && sudo mv -v lib/* ...


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Edit: Check that the version you download is the right one for your operating system. If you run Ubuntu 32 Bit (this was offered as a default in the past) but downloaded the 64 Bit version of Telegram (seems to be the default for Linux) then this won't work and may cause the error you run into. Just a guess, I'm not running 32 Bit anymore. All I needed ...


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You cannot do automated differential backups with tar using the --diff operation mode. This is because the --diff operation mode will only look for differences between files already in the tar file and the files of the file system. If a file that resides in the tar file is missing in the file system tar will give you this message: tar: etc/test.txt: ...


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Disk fragmentation. If they are large files you can use filefrag to check how fragmented the individual files are, but there is another kind of fragmentation that tends to happen with many small files: the order that the names appear in the directory may be completely different from the order that the inodes appear on disk, and that order may be completely ...


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I would use polling technique for the pid of that script. Basic idea is wait until the script releases the PID (meaning it has exited), and only then go to the next step in the reboot script. And of course if no process is running, the script will go on to reboot. #!/bin/bash while pgrep -f my_backup_script_name.sh > /dev/null do sleep 0.25 # small ...



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