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Linux Support – Migrating from Windows

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Best of Technical Support Various Issue #58, February 1999 Our experts answer your technical questions. Pre-installed Slackware I picked up a used laptop that has Slackware partitioned on the hard drive. Is there any way to log in to it without the password? I have a UNIX book but it does not address this problem. Do I have to re-install? ...

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The DF Command

Phil Hughes Issue #1, March 1994 The df command is used to show the amount of disk space that is free on file systems. In the examples, df is first called with no arguments. This default action is to display used and free file space in blocks. In this particular case, th block size is 1024 bytes as is indicated ...

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