I do know that it’s really easy to convert them into an ISO file, and then mount the ISO in debian based linux.

sudo apt-get install bchunk

The syntax from bchunk is as follows:

bchunk [-v] [-p] [-r] [-w] [-s]
View GeodesicSphere.js
* @author Inscrutabilis /
* Generates a geodesic sphere geometry
* By default, it is 1x1x1 octahedron, as a first approximation to sphere
* It will return more sphere-like object if you specify iterations > 0
* But please keep in mind that it generates (4 ^ iterations) * 8 faces
* Radius argument overrides default sphere radius (1)
View sprite.frag
#version 330 core
in vec2 v_texcoord;
in vec4 v_color;
uniform sampler2D u_tex;
uniform mat4 u_combined;
out vec4 f_color;
View stopwatch.rb
# A simple stop watch for a quick timer to check app performance
# @see
# @example Basic Usage
# timer =
# timer.start #=> 59539.814152996
# timer.stop #=> 59544.700881683
# timer.elapsed #=> 4.886728687000868
View pgcat.c
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <stdint.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdbool.h>
#include <arpa/inet.h>
typedef struct buffer
uint32_t length;
uint32_t capacity;
View mach_gettime.c
#include "mach_gettime.h"
#include <mach/mach_time.h>
#define MT_NANO (+1.0E-9)
#define MT_GIGA UINT64_C(1000000000)
// TODO create a list of timers,
static double mt_timebase = 0.0;
static uint64_t mt_timestart = 0;
View postgres_queries_and_commands.sql
-- show running queries (pre 9.2)
SELECT procpid, age(query_start, clock_timestamp()), usename, current_query
FROM pg_stat_activity
WHERE current_query != '<IDLE>' AND current_query NOT ILIKE '%pg_stat_activity%'
ORDER BY query_start desc;
-- show running queries (9.2)
SELECT pid, age(query_start, clock_timestamp()), usename, query
FROM pg_stat_activity
WHERE query != '<IDLE>' AND query NOT ILIKE '%pg_stat_activity%'
View smartctl_prometheus_exporter.rb
HOSTNAME = %x{hostname}.chomp
PROM_FILE = ARGV[0] != 'test' ? '/var/lib/node_exporter/textfile_collector/smartctl.prom' : '/tmp/smartctl.prom'
# Usage: unpack <pathto file> <workdir>
set -e
filename=$(basename "$1")

btrfs For Beginners

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This guide shows how to work with the btrfs file system on Linux. It covers creating and mounting btrfs file systems, resizing btrfs file systems online, adding and removing devices, changing RAID levels, creating subvolumes and