TakyojiDamnit http://www.pcpro.co.uk/news/359740/dell-drops-ubuntu-pcs-from-website-for-now01:21
TakyojiMust be just the UK though01:22
Takyojibecause I dell.com/ubuntu seems unchanged since I last checked01:23
kermit"Ubuntu systems are primarily targeted towards advanced usersĀ " lol01:51
kermitif ubuntu was any easier, it'd be an iphone01:51
TakyojiWhat tool would be most reasonable for finding duplicate files?02:33
tonyyarussoOh, there's totally a thing for that...02:36
tonyyarusso!info fdupes02:36
lubotu1fdupes (source: fdupes): identifies duplicate files within given directories. In component main, is optional. Version 1.50-PR2-2build1 (lucid), package size 18 kB, installed size 84 kB02:36
netbookanyone know how i can find out if i have usb 2.0 on a linux ubuntu laptop02:41
netbookwith the sli02:42
tonyyarussoI'm not aware of anything offhand that will tell you USB version, no...02:42
tonyyarussoYou can find out the chipset and google that.02:43
netbooki am doing a huge mv command, one external hdd to another02:54
netbookand the speed just plummets, i have usb2 though02:54
netbooki think I will make a bash script to do a seperate mv command for each file02:54
rlaagernetbook: How could that possibly be faster?03:32
rlaagerTakyoji, tonyyarusso: You might also be interested in /usr/share/fslint/fslint/findup from the fslint package. It says, "I compared this to any equivalent utils I could find (as of Nov 2000) and it's (by far) the fastest, has the most functionality (thanks to find) and has no (known) bugs. In my opinion fdupes is the next best but is slower (even though written in C), and has a bug where hard links in different directories are reported a03:35
TakyojiI also installed fslint03:35
rlaagerMore importantly, it has a -m option, which hardlinks the found duplicates together.03:36
rlaagerHas anyone here played with btrfs subvolumes?03:38
_diablorlaager: nope.09:02
kermitfindup! nice, i spent countless hours writing something to do tha.19:39
kermitwow, lots of useful stuff in /usr/share/fslint/fslint/19:52

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