What did you run? Try
lsblk --nodeps -no name,serial
Maybe you've got an old version of lsblkt
lsblk will give you the device serial number and the device node (which you can map to smartmontools or whatever), i suggest you buy a label...
Correct, it's a Good Thing™
'Security patch' is probably the vendor patch where release schedules are up to the discretion of the vendor (as the name implies). This is your...
what's wrong with encrypted disks? i've had /home (and root) in LUKS forever
Been on the same bag of ALDI beans for 6 weeks now (1KG) and still pulling very decent shots on my machine with em, can't beat em for the price ay
for pdf I use mupdf, it's gud
Just escape the quotes with \"?
Please don't actually do this lol
k-9 on android is 'good enough' of an MUA, pretty or easy to use it is not
Put windows in Test mode and allow unsigned drivers
Try it :) should work
I prefer the latest FAT420 which supports up to 69 Dankabytes
Can't just install Win10 and use ntvdm?
What version of samba is installed on your machine? My distro only had old ass samba packages so I run Samba 4+ in a docker container
That video is 300+mb
Run sudo btrfs fi show /mnt/SK1
Sorry I missed the sudo part
where did you run the df command? df -hT /mnt/SK1?
run 'btrfs fi show /mnt/SK1'
does the folder /mnt/SK1 exist? what output from mount are you getting?
edit: whoops what elvis said