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 How to Get a Linux Directory Size?

Answer Unix systems provide numerous ways to obtain statistics on directories, including the identifier (inode), permissions and size. The size of a file can be ascertained in different measures as bytes,... Read More »
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Linux changing directories to user directory?

jmr is slightly wrong,a root user does not start at /,depending on where i open a root terminal depends on where i start,for instance if i open mcc and login to a root terminal then i start in /doc... Read More »
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What is the name of the Unix and Linux top level file system directory?

Linux and Unix use the same file system structure. The top level file system directory in each of these systems is the "/" file directory, or the "root" file directory. Each file and directory in... Read More »
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How do I write a 301 redirect from my main directory to a sub-directory?

301 is very close to 360, which of course is a complete circle. so it would come back towards you.Try a 180 to go away from you..
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How to Reduce PDF File Size in Linux?

PDF files are portable document format files originally created by Adobe. PDF files look the same on every computer, unlike Web pages. By default, PDF files preserve as much image quality as possib... Read More »
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