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Feb
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comment Identical folders have different sizes
ok, mersi, please see my edit above. (Is there a way to find out the cluster ize, if IO Block is not already displaying it ?)
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Feb
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comment Identical folders have different sizes
@muru the outputs from inside the two folders are 71768 . respectively 71772 .
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accepted Setting folder permission so it isn't deletable, but everything else is allowed
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comment Setting folder permission so it isn't deletable, but everything else is allowed
@maythux Sorry for the late response. This is what it shows, as I have configured it now (every permission is "Acces only" for folders and "-" for files): 1319179 dr-xr-xr-x 2 user user 4096 2012-10-07 13:01
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accepted Program/Wrapper (how do you call it) to automate a certain script
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comment Program/Wrapper (how do you call it) to automate a certain script
Could you also please tell me the path in which I have to copy this script so that cron can call it ?
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comment Program/Wrapper (how do you call it) to automate a certain script
Before I might wreck my system, by letting it run, lets say 10 times a second (that sound reasonable it terms of speed to me), why is it such a bad idea ? Will the system just freeze ?
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asked Setting folder permission so it isn't deletable, but everything else is allowed
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Apr
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comment How can I get GRUB to take a different OS as the default one?
Actually I had 17 entries in my GRUB menu. The problem was with the 2 OSes - as explained in my question. The thing is, that in my primary OS A I could change what I want in GRUB without any effect at all. Everything had to be done in the OS B, which was last installed, to take effect. Weird. Maybe the GRUB coders should look at this type of problem with multiple OSes, beacuase it's really annoying that only the last installed OS permits changes to GRUB.
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accepted How can I get GRUB to take a different OS as the default one?