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I blundered my way into overwriting my home directory by accident, and was starting a restore operation when I noticed a Wallpapers directory still present. At first I ignored it, thinking that contained a hodgepodge of .png files for my desktop amusement. Imagine my massive relief - and puzzlement - to find all of my missing directories in place here. (Including 10 years' worth of .mp3 files. I thought I'd smoked my Los Lobos library forever.) This is the first time I've noticed this behavior - I've been using an Ubuntu laptop for ~6 years. A quick Google search didn't reveal anything. What am I missing? submitted by /u/PullThisFinger [link] [comments]

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So I've been using Linux for sometime and thought it would be fun to take a college class for it. It is an introduction class and I hoped it would fill in gaps I don't know. Last night we had the first test and I was struggling on the true or false questions. One question was T or F "bash is a compiled program". Now I'm thinking yes everything in /bin is compiled right? Mostly in C from what I'm told? But I asked him to clarify because he might of been asking if it is a compiled language. (He is foriegn so test is worded differently) he said either way if it's a script or program it's the same thing. Is this question a bit vague or misleading or is it just me??? I had a another one T or F "Pipe is used to connect two processes over a LAN" This sounds more like a socket right?? I mean you could pipe over LAN right? But pipe doesn't specifically need LAN. Idk I wanted to ask you guys here what you think for further insight. submitted by /u/NaziNorthumbria [link] [comments]

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