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comment using locate on an encrypted partition
That's a nice solution. How did you migrate your db there?
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comment Does Ubuntu periodically clean empty directories under /var/run?
Yes, that's how /var/run gets cleaned every time to answer my own question.
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comment Does Ubuntu periodically clean empty directories under /var/run?
If it's tmpfs, it should get erased every time you turn off power, no?
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comment Are AMD processors less well supported than Intel processors?
Keep in mind that Intel graphics chips have poor performance. I have had experience with nVidia and ATI drivers on Ubuntu, and found the latter to be more polished.
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comment I accidentally removed myself from sudoers, how can I fix this?
That's what I figured out myself. Thanks anyways :)
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comment using locate on an encrypted partition
After that you can run sudo updatedb to index new files.
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comment using locate on an encrypted partition
Your /home is a virtual file system (ecryptfs). It is "mounted" as an accessible partition when you log in. Check your /etc/updatedb.conf and a) remove ecryptfs from ignored file systems (PRUNEFS) b) change to PRUNE_BIND_MOUNTS="no"
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