How to share files in Linux. SSHFS. Part 2

Could not resist to continue the article on sshfs, a very convenient way of sharing files on the server. Will be considered automatically mounted on demand (on demand), i.e. mount a remote directory automatically when you open the designated folder in the file Manager (about working in the terminal will be silent). Automounting very well described in archwiki, and generally a good HOWTO there is a huge number. My goal is just to remind you that there is such a possibility because to the articles on this website, I sshfs also did not pay attention, but it was a very convenient thing. Therefore, the review is very short.

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[Sandbox] move in the past. A small overview of the IBM ThinkPad 380ED

Recently, helping a friend to flash the computer for the airbag on his car, noticed he was in the garage a stack of old laptops. As it turned out, these notebooks gave him an old roommate American. Friend said that he was going to throw this “junk”, and I decided to pick them yourself. So I got seven old laptops.

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The fake units in a major report on global energy sector

In June 2016, the British oil and gas group BP has released the 65th “Statistical review of world energy” (BP Statistical Review of World Energy) — the world’s only publication, from year to year, publish statistical data on reserves, production and demand of all energy types. The statistics referred to in their studies of the world’s leading agencies and media such as Bloomberg, Financial Times, Kommersant , and others. Most of the data published in the BP Statistical Review is given in MTOE (Million Tonnes of Oil Equivalent, million tonnes of oil equivalent). These units are from the report can be called fake, because they are marked in the same way as conventional MTOE, but their value differs by approximately 2.63 times. Read more →

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