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How to Manage Btrfs Storage Pools, Subvolumes And Snapshots on Linux (part 1)

Replace LVM and RAID on Linux in one swoop with the advanced Btrfs filesystem, and do snapshots and rollbacks with ease.

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Troubleshooting Ubuntu One Cloud Storage on Linux

Ubuntu One is my go-to cloud storage system. It’s a cross-platform (Linux, Mac, Android, IOS, Windows), easy to use, robust tool that anyone can use as their cloud storage. But, even the best systems can stutter or fail to work.

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Difference Between su Vs sudo and How to Configure sudo in Linux

Linux System is much secured than any of its counterpart. One of the way to implement security in Linux is the user management policy and user permission. normal users are not authorized to perform any system operations. If a normal user needs to perform any system wide changes he needs...

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Data Recovery From Accidentally Deleted Files or Crashed Drives in Ubuntu

 This tutorial will help you to recover data from accidentally deleted data from Linux-file systems. This is a very drastic mistake by any user/admin which costs for huge penalties. This script will be a boon for newbies/expert for data...

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How to Set Up Automatic Filesystem Checks and Repair on Linux

One of the most important tasks in Linux administration is to check the integrity of the filesystem. The Linux filesystem can be damaged under various circumstances, e.g., system crash, power loss, disconnected disk, accidentally overwritten i-node, etc. Thus it is a good idea to check the integrity of the filesystem...

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