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comment Whole block device named xvda1, xvda2 instead of xvda, xvdb
@ewwhite The output from fdisk -l is consistent with the rest. It shows two disks named /dev/xvda1 and /dev/xvda2.
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revised What's the most widely used pronunciation of the Unix /etc directory?
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comment What's the most widely used pronunciation of the Unix /etc directory?
@John: Again, other than comments arguing about whether or not this should be closed, what comments are you referring to? Also, I'd have happily made it community wiki on request.
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comment What's the most widely used pronunciation of the Unix /etc directory?
@John: The only arguing going on in this entire thread is whether or not this question should be closed. The answers and comments have otherwise been nothing but good discussion. I'm puzzled by your assessment.
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comment What's the most widely used pronunciation of the Unix /etc directory?
@Farseeker: You must be from Australia :) [from what I can tell it's pronounced "cash" everywhere but Australia (and maybe NZ) -- even in France they say "cash", apparently]
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comment What's the most widely used pronunciation of the Unix /etc directory?
@John: You only need to talk to a statistically significant number of knowledgeable people to know what's common. A large enough sample size should get a reasonably small statistical error, no? It doesn't really make any difference. It's just a matter of fun trivia.
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comment What's the difference between a bridge and a switch?
@Ward: Not only is this not the only correct answer, it's not even correct, really. If you think it is, then you need to re-read the accepted answer, or google for what Radia Perlman (of spanning tree fame) has to say about the topic of "bridge" vs. "switch".