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Debian Handbook / 92_short-remedial-courseVietnamese

the <emphasis>libpng</emphasis> library, thatwhich allows loading, interpreting and saving images in the PNG format.
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These programs have a <literal>-v</literal> option, that lists much more detailed (but usually not necessary) information. Finally, the <command>lsdev</command> command (in the <emphasis role="pkg">procinfo</emphasis> package) lists communication resources used by devices.
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<computeroutput>$ </computeroutput><userinput>free</userinput>
<computeroutput> total used free shared buffers cached
Mem: 1028420 1009624 18796 0 47404 391804
-/+ buffers/cache: 570416 45800
/cache available
Mem: 16279260 5910248 523432 871036 9845580 912896
4
Swap: 277117216601084 2404588 236658640 16360444
$ </computeroutput><userinput>df</userinput>
<computeroutput>
Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
/udev/sda2 9614084 4737916 438779 8108516 0 8108516 52 0% /dev
tmpfs 514208 0 514 1627928 161800 1466128 10% /run
/dev/mapper/vg_main-root 466644576 4513325
208 0% /lib/init/rw
udev
12919912 98% /
tmpfs 8139628 146796 7992832 2% /dev/shm
tmpfs
1024 5120 100 4 101405116 1% /devrun/lock
tmpfs 514208 269136 245072 53% /dev/shm 8139628 0 8139628 0% /sys/fs/cgroup
/dev/sda51 44552904 36315896 7784380 83% /home 523248 1676 521572 1% /boot/efi
tmpfs 1627924 88 1627836 1% /run/user/1000

</computeroutput>
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There are many filesystem formats, corresponding to many ways of physically storing data on disks. The most widely known are <emphasis>ext2</emphasis>, <emphasis>ext3</emphasis> and <emphasis>ext4</emphasis>, but others exist. For instance, <emphasis>vfat</emphasis> is the system that was historically used by DOS and Windows operating systems, which allows using hard disks under Debian as well as under Windows. In any case, a filesystem must be prepared on a disk before it can be mounted and this operation is known as “formatting”. Commands such as <command>mkfs.ext3</command> (where <command>mkfs</command> stands for <emphasis>MaKe FileSystem</emphasis>) handle formatting. These commands require, as a parameter, a device file representing the partition to be formatted (for instance, <filename>/dev/sda1</filename>). This operation is destructive and should only be run once, except if one deliberately wishes to wipe a filesystem and start afresh.
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Percent Strings Words Chars
Total 186 5,909 44,686
Translated 83% 156 5,306 39,221
Needs editing 15% 29 548 5,042
Failing checks 27% 51 1,714 14,475

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