There seems to be missing a /dev/one.
Could it be obtained by exoring /dev/zero?
Met vriendelijke groet,
Hans Witvliet, J, Ing., DMO/OPS/I&S/APH, Kennis Team Opensource
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From: Roberto Ragusa [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: maandag 7 oktober 2019 14:04
Subject: Re: /dev/null is full ???
On 10/6/19 9:05 AM, ToddAndMargo via users wrote:
> /dev/null is full ??? Huh ???
Yeah, it always happens, nobody takes care of cleaning up
/dev/null, so it becomes full of stuff.
But, you know, there are people providing cloud-based
dev-null-as-a-service at affordable prices.
For example you can send them 100GB per month for just $25.
(I hope everybody in this mailing list is able to detect
the above is said as a joke...)
Anyway, of course mistyping /dev/null can fill the disk containing
the "dev" directory, but if you really want to see sudden random
failures in any software, you should try replacing
/dev/null with a normal file. This happened to me
once because of a stupid installer of a very well known
commercial product. Then, if the permissions are not open to "others",
somebody using /dev/null will fail at reading or writing. And if
the permissions are instead open, the process reading
from /dev/null will actually read something that another process
was intending to discard. Spectacular confusion.
Roberto Ragusa mail at robertoragusa.it
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For transport reasons I had disassembled and re-installed on a different
case, my computer (with windows 10 and fedora 30).
The technician has successfully performed the reassembly operation,
however, on booting Windows 10 the computer works correctly, while booting
via fedora the procedure allows you to log in (with a previously registered
user name) but after that, the graphical menu environment does not appear .
I can use still fedora in text mode (by Cntrl Alt F 1 -F3), however I
cannot activate the graphical menu environment.
How to activate the disappeared graphic environment?
some advice ?