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27 Responses

  1. Rowe says:

    Works fine!

  2. ProDigit says:

    Hey there!

    How can I convert a 16 bit bootable partition to 32 bit?

    In my case, my bootable partition on my internal emmc drive, is accessible via terminal when booting from a live USB stick, And is located at: ‘/dev/mmcblk0p1’.


  3. ben alex jannai says:

    Sir, for me newbie beginner any many others it would be very interesting to read in each of your great publications in what/which application an user can enter the command(s) so beautiful documented – hope to read more fine quality publications

  4. ela says:

    Thanks, may i know what command used to see another user command history? how can i come to know what are the command executed another user in the Linux server?

  5. Ela says:

    Hi, can your please let me know how to see how much free space in my disk using fdisk command and also what are the commands used to re-read the partition table on Linux.

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