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Here I will collect the things I know or find out.
I'll write about Ubuntu/Arch Linux, Windows, Bash and Perl Scripting, Virtualisation and whatever else that could be interesting.
All I'm going to write here is tested by myself. I don't give a warranty of the functionality on other systems.
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Recent Blog Posts
When you using dynamically growing disk in VMware then they grow, but don't reduce its size when you delete files in the virtual machine.
That's only interesting when you are using VMware Workstation in the server versions the default is a full allocated disk.
SSHFS stands for Secure SHell FileSystem
. Its a filesystem for FUSE
(Filesystem in Userspace) so its possible for unprivileged user to mount the fs over an SSH connection.