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I can’t seem to find the location of the icon for mounted drives anywhere –
I already tried the following paths –
/usr/share/icons/ ~/.local/share/icons/ /usr/share/pixmaps/ ~/.icons/
Where does GNOME store it? Thanks
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I have been asked to setup a new NAS for the business my partner works at as their current one is failing frequently and their IT consultancy was trying to charge them an extremely exorbitant amount for a new one. I have the new one up and running and I can configure it on the workplace machines but when they are shut down and restarted they seem to do some kind of auto configuration and remount the old network drives in place of the ones I have set up.
I have done some searching in the system configuration manager and the startup folder for anything that may be doing this but I can’t find anything. I also can’t find anything from google searches but I’m probably not searching for the right thing.
If anyone has any experience in this area it would be greatly appreciated.
The machines are running either Windows 7 or Windows 10.
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I want to create lists of ALL FILENAMES, MODIFIED DATE & SIZE in multiple NESTED directories on some external drives? I am a long-time Mac user but completely ignorant of UNIX-OS X command line tools in the Terminal.app. I did find this command line but I want to tell it WHICH drive to gather file data from. I haven’t found how to use / where to insert terms in a command line such as use of SUDO or CWD or change WD / select WD…
When employing full disk encryption, should hard drives be encrypted prior or post the installation of an operating system?
If the former, is this supported by operating systems such as Microsoft Windows and Linux?
Does this or can this improve the security of the device? If yes, how?
Is there a particular method of encryption that should be considered?
When moving a file within one drive, the file is not copied-and-deleted. The table that refers to the files is just updated. And as far as I know, that is not the case on 2 drives on an HDD. But SSDs are different, there is no physical space dedicated to each drive. (source)
So my question is what happens when a file is moved from one drive to another on the same SSD, are the bytes copied and the original deleted, or is some table updated, thereby thrashing the SSD less?
There’s already a duplicate question here. But both answers claim:
each partition will have it’s own physical area of the drive to itself
Partitioning a hard drive actually designates physical regions for each partition. [and in a comment:] SSD is still a hard drive, it just doesn’t have a disk.
As far as I know that’s wrong. See here.
So will someone who knows more about SSDs please tell me if they are correct in their assessment despite their mistake?
Can we format and do complex tasks like (creating partition table and then format and writing images and all) to a bunch of USB drives at once in Linux? My Google search only shows how to format individual drives.
On macOS 10.12.6, I have a network drive added as a Login Item so that it’s available when I’m on the same network as the drive. It’s also in my Favorites in Finder. If I’m not on the same network as the drive, it’s inaccessible, that’s fine.
What’s strange is that if I start Slack when this drive isn’t available, it will wait for a long time and then I’ll see an error from Finder about the drive not being accessible. I think I have to dismiss the modal twice before Slack finally finishes loading all the way.
Is Slack trying to enumerate all my folders/drives and access them on startup? Is there a way to disable this?