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How to use ZFS on root in Ubuntu 19.10

ZFS on root is a new feature of Ubuntu 19.10. With it, Ubuntu users can experience the raw power of the ZFS file system on the root Linux partition. In this guide, we’ll go over how to set up ZFS on root for Ubuntu. Before we begin ZFS is a …

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How to access ExFat file systems on Ubuntu Linux

ExFat is a file system format for SD cards used in smartphones and digital cameras. In Linux 5.4, Microsoft plans to bring the drivers for this file system to the kernel. However, version 5.4 is a long way off, and if you’re on Ubuntu, you’ll be waiting for a while. …

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How to mount file systems as read-only on Linux

On Linux, it is possible to quickly mount any file system as read-only directly through the terminal. Mounting file systems as read-only on the fly is a great way to prevent modifications, tampering and to overall increase security temporarily. Mount file systems as read-only To start the mounting process, open …

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