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I am a student of computer science and mathematics at the Humboldt University of Berlin.


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comment How to stop gedit (and other programs) from outputting GTK warnings and the like in my terminal?
That looks slightly better. I'm going to test that.
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revised How to stop gedit (and other programs) from outputting GTK warnings and the like in my terminal?
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comment How to stop gedit (and other programs) from outputting GTK warnings and the like in my terminal?
@dan08 Nope, not doing the trick.
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revised How to stop gedit (and other programs) from outputting GTK warnings and the like in my terminal?
Compromise: Remove formatting, keep facts. Please don't be a dick.
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comment How to stop gedit (and other programs) from outputting GTK warnings and the like in my terminal?
Thanks, I know how to do shell redirection. The reason why I don't want to do this (and explicitly state that) is that these warnings also appear in many other programs. A configuration option for dbus or whatever component that generates these warnings will turn off the warning for all programs that generates it. With redirection, I have to apply the workaround (which is not a solution) to each program individually.
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asked How to stop gedit (and other programs) from outputting GTK warnings and the like in my terminal?
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comment Is there anything to remember when I exchange my /?
@MHC Clonezilla does not support btrfs iirc. I don't want to wear of all sectors with a sector-by-sector copy.
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asked Is there anything to remember when I exchange my /?
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comment Message “Sparse file not allowed” after installing on a btrfs filesystem
I don't think that helps since this is a bug in grub itself.
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