|rullie||i have a little problem with the sum command, i did ls -s | sum in my distfiles folder, but sum shows 28105, does that mean 28mb?|
|brokemyX||can someone help me.. what is video memory..how do i find that out?|
for my graphics card
|FunnyMan3595||And the tray icon version is showing ~400MB by programs alone. 500MB used by cache.|
Swap load is less than 1MB.
rullie: whatis sum
|rullie||FunnyMan3595: it sums things up|
|FunnyMan3595||rullie: man sum, rather.|
rullie: whatis doesn't like it for some reason.
|rullie||FunnyMan3595: it's really the -s i'm not sure about|
|BenB||imperfect-: hm, I'd set up openvpn on my route, but it doesn't like the cert, for whatever reason|
|FunnyMan3595||rullie: sum - checksum and count the blocks in a file|
|rullie||FunnyMan3595: does ls -s always show size in KB?|
|brokemyX||Draconx|Laptop: dude..where did you go i got my pastebin..do you want to see it?|
|imperfect-||with your original rule|
w/o changing anything
can you ping .254?
|FunnyMan3595||rullie: In other words, "this is not the command you are looking for".|
|FunnyMan3595||rullie: No problem. I hit the same thing myself a couple minutes ago. :)|
|BenB||imperfect-: from 10.1.1.2, yes.|
|rullie||Iwonder3: and how do u sum it up?|
|FunnyMan3595||rullie: A sum of "36329 1" didn't make sense when I was adding percentages.|
rullie: Try du.
|bas0||Hi. which are the correct permissions to /tmp/orbit-root-*? 'cause I get this error: ** (epiphany:17501): WARNING **: Wrong permissions for /tmp/orbit-root-4f4f4fcf|
|Iwonder3||i'm not sure|
|FunnyMan3595||rullie: 'du -hs .' will give you the total space used by this directory and all subdirectories.|
|rullie||FunnyMan3595: =/ so no way to do it with ls -s?|
|FunnyMan3595||rullie: No, it can be done, it's just easier to use du.|
|bas0||anyone can say?|
|rullie||FunnyMan3595: ok, thank you|
|FunnyMan3595||rullie: ls won't properly record the size of subdirectories, so you need to make it recursive. And then you need to extract only the size info, and sum that up.|
rullie: Incidentally, if you want the total usage for /, use df -h instead.
|imperfect-||BenB: Here's an odd suggestion|
BenB: what happens if you route del default gw on 10.1.1.2 ?