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I found this /problem/ but the solution didn't meet my requirements. When rebooting with any invalid entries in the /etc/fstab, such as missing file systems that fsck cannot check; the system will fail to boot. That can be much more difficult to deal with if you have a headless box. This is my solution to checking /etc/fstab to avoid this boot problem: ...


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i found a converter which converts vhdx to vmdk. per http://www.commandlinefu.com/commands/view/12554/mount-a-vmware-virtual-disk-.vmdk-file-on-a-linux-box it seems that you can mount vmdk to linux once you get the loop information like you were saying. the converter is a freeware: https://www.starwindsoftware.com/converter were you able to get any ...


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In POSIX-compliant file systems open files are not removed until no one has them open anymore. This same behavior is used in the standard library tmpfile which opens a temporary file and then deletes it. The open file handle is still usable by the process that has the file handle (or its children) but no other processes can open the file since there is no ...



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