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GDRRiley

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About GDRRiley

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    The one who knows some about everything.
  • Birthday Mar 07, 2001

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  • Location
    The Bay Area
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Photography, networking, deployments of servers, PC in general, Hardware.
    This may be the alt of a Mod Account.
  • Occupation
    College/ Video production

System

  • CPU
    R7 2700 @4.0
  • Motherboard
    Asrock b450m steel legends
  • RAM
    Geil 4x8gb 2933
  • GPU
    XFX RX 580 8GB won on this forum
  • Case
    350D
  • Storage
    500Gb 850Evo, 500gb 850 pro, 5TB X300 Toshiba
  • PSU
    rm750X
  • Display(s)
    Acer G257HU at 85hz
  • Cooling
    H105 with LTT fans
  • Keyboard
    Rosewell RK9000--V2
  • Mouse
    Corsair Saber RGB
  • Sound
    ATH-30 w/ VP64 into xlr-USB
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Laptop
    HP Probook G445R G6, 3500U, 16gb ram, 250gb intel 730, 500 adata XPG 6000 lite, 45WH battery, backlit keyboard, 1080p 250nit screen
    HP needs to put in a bigger battery and give me the 4000 refresh fast.
  • Phone
    iPhone 6s 64gb
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  1. moving files around with SSH is so much fun.
    spent the last 45mins learning how to do it at my internship

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    2. Windows7ge

      Windows7ge

      Maybe. Probably. You'll kind of stumble across it on your own if you're just learning how to copy & move files around in a Terminal.

    3. GDRRiley

      GDRRiley

      its overwrite root

      if my brain hasn't failed me

    4. Windows7ge

      Windows7ge

      Given there isn't genuinely a direct equivalent the GNU/Linux version is more a matter of opinion since there are multiple ways to destroy a Linux system.

       

      In my own opinion the GNU/Linux equivalent is:

      rm -rf /

      This deletes EVERYTHING all the way up to the root directory.

       

      Good news is IIRC you need root privileges so unless you're admin you likely will never accidentally run this successfully.

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