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lsblk command is used to list information about all available block devices, however, it does not list information about RAM disks.
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JSON output for basic tools
I have merged into libsmartcols support for JSON format. The feature is currently enabled for lsblk(8), findmnt(8), lslocks(8) and losetup(8). The library already uses structured data, so add a different output format is pretty trivial. For example fin...
I have merged into libsmartcols support for JSON format. The feature is currently enabled for lsblk(8), findmnt(8), lslocks(8) and losetup(8). The library already uses structured data, so add a different output format is pret...
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Should be very useful in conjunction with jq(1) et al (particularly for stuff which would otherwise require complicated awkery).
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Video: See How This Adorable Duckling Image Came to Life http://goo.gl/pU3Jb4
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persistent namespaces
Today I merged support for persistent namespaces to unshare(1) . The persistent namespace does not require any running process with in the namespace and it's possible to enter the namespace by nsenter(1) . For example let's create a new UTS namespace and se...
Today I merged support for persistent namespaces to unshare(1). The persistent namespace does not require any running process with in the namespace and it's possible to enter the namespace by nsenter(1). For example let's cre...
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Horses and the Grand Teton's photo tour this spring based at the Heart Six Ranch just outside the Park. 2 spots remain. We had a great time on these trips last year and I hope you'll check it out.  Includes horse round-ups, the Jackson Hole Rodeo, wildlife and of course photographing in the Teton National Park when the wildflowers are in bloom.  #tetons   #grandtetons   #phototour   #photographyworkshop   http://davidcschultz.com/photo-workshop-teton-national-park/
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sfdisk --json
As promised by the previous blog I have merged support for JSON dump to sfdisk/libfdisk. # sfdisk --json /dev/sda
{
"partitiontable": {
"label": "gpt",
"id": "E471810B-5954-48E6-B4F0-5D369ADCC514",
"device": "/dev/sda",
"unit": "s...
As promised by the previous blog I have merged support for JSON dump to sfdisk/libfdisk. # sfdisk --json /dev/sda { "partitiontable": { "label": "gpt", "id": "E471810B-5954-48E6-B4F0-5D369ADCC514", "device": "/dev/sda", "uni...
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resize by sfdisk
The last week released util-linux v2.26.2 contains improved (fixed:-) sfdisk.
The most visible change is that the new version supports partition resize and
start offset move. For example 1GiB disk with GPT: echo ", +10M" | ./sfdisk -N 1 /dev/sdc
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The last week released util-linux v2.26.2 contains improved (fixed:-) sfdisk. The most visible change is that the new version supports partition resize and start offset move. For example 1GiB disk with GPT: echo ", +10M" | ...
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+Peter Robinson it modifies partition table, but no regular data on the disk. You have to use for example dd to move the data. Not sure we want such complexity in sfdisk...
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Stable util-linux v2.26.2 released, update! The release contains many logger(1) and sfdisk(8) bug fixes and improvements.
util-linux 2.26.2 Release Notes =============================== blockdev: - fix whole-disk start sector usage [Karel Zak] build-sys: - add new compiler warnings [Karel Zak] - define cfdisk dependence on open_memstream [Karel Zak] - ncurses is optional, don't fail when missing [Karel Zak] ...
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mutt-kz v1.5.23.1 is available!

See the project homepage and fedora COPR repos.
https://kzak.redcrew.org/doku.php?id=mutt:start
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This is great news, thank you!
Could you please add a f22 copr, too?
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cfdisk extra partition info
I have merged a new cfdisk(8) improvement. It allows to display/hide additional information about the current (selected) partition: filesystem type, LABEL, UUID The important detail is that libblkid gathers the info by seeking on whole-disk device according...
I have merged a new cfdisk(8) improvement. It allows to display/hide additional information about the current (selected) partition: filesystem type, LABEL, UUID The important detail is that libblkid gathers the info by seeki...
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util-linux v2.26.1 released, update!

Special thanks to +Rainer Gerhards for his work on logger(1).
Util-linux 2.26.1 Release Notes =============================== agetty: - make sure that reload file exists [Karel Zak] - reload issue on --autologin --login-pause too [Karel Zak] - support /usr/lib/os-release too [Karel Zak] build-sys: - add --disable-colors-default [Karel Zak] cal: - care ...
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btrfs-progs 3.19 released.... and it seems my mission with autoconf has  been successful :-) Thanks to David Sterba for additional clean ups and merge!
Feature, Version, Description, Notes. scrub, 3.0. auto raid repair, 3.2. Automatic repair of broken data from a good copy. root backups, 3.2. Save a few previous versions of the most imporant tree roots at commit time, used by -o recovery. integrity checker, 3.3 ...
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