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    gwood55 replied to the thread Low space on btrfs.
    jglen490, After my experience I would agree with you entirely. I think OpenSUSE, at least, ought to reconsider making it the default...
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    gwood55 replied to the thread VM v6.1.8.
    That's assuming you're on a system that uses rpms. If not there should still be a way to list all the packages you have installed and...
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    gwood55 replied to the thread VM v6.1.8.
    What version of "installed package virtualbox-qt" to you have installed. You can find out with "rpm -qa | grep virtualbox-qt"?
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    gwood55 replied to the thread Low space on btrfs.
    Chris, I gave it some thought but ended up going with XFS. I may be putting myself back in the same boat as with btrfs but we'll see...
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    gwood55 replied to the thread Linux find command.
    Kitty99, Actually, the command I gave you ends up copying everything twice. As you saw you get all the files in one directory but you...
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    gwood55 replied to the thread Low space on btrfs.
    Thank you, gentlemen, I appreciate your time looking at this for me. As you suggest I could use gParted to shrink the partition. It...
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    gwood55 replied to the thread Linux find command.
    Hmm, let me take a look at that.
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    Here's why nl myfile > myfile doesn't work. The shell (bash) is reading and processing your commands as you enter them. It sees your...
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    gwood55 replied to the thread Shell script linux.
    How are you doing on this? Have you figured out cp and tar?
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    gwood55 replied to the thread Linux find command.
    Kitty, Here's a find command that may do the job for you: find /mail/john/ -mtime +365 -exec cp -r {} /backup/john \; /mail/john/...
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    gwood55 replied to the thread Linux find command.
    Kitty, I just noticed your "more than a year ago" requirement. The rsync command I gave acts on everything in the directory. gwood55
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    gwood55 replied to the thread Linux find command.
    Kitty, Instead of using find you might take a look at rsync. I use it to backup my files. In your case you might try this: cd...
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    gwood55 posted the thread Low space on btrfs in General Linux.
    This seems like a fairly common issue but I'm having trouble finding clear answers. I just replaced Win 10 on my laptop with OpenSuse...
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