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Debian Handbook / 92_short-remedial-courseVietnamese


<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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UEFI is a relatively recent development. Most new computers will support UEFI bootingMost new computers will boot in UEFI mode by default, but usually they also support BIOS booting alongside for backwards compatibility with operating systems that are not ready to exploit UEFI.
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The BIOS/UEFI also contains a piece of software called Setup, designed to allow configuring aspects of the computer. In particular, it allows choosing which boot device is preferred (for instance, the floppy diskyou can select an USB key or a CD-ROM drive instead of the default harddisk), setting the system clock, and so on. Starting Setup usually involves pressing a key very soon after the computer is powered on. This key is often <keycap>Del</keycap> or <keycap>Esc</keycap>, sometimes <keycap>F2</keycap> or <keycap>F10</keycap>. Most of the time, the choice is flashed on screen while booting.
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Graphical desktops usually display the contents of the <filename>~/Desktop/</filename> directory (or whatever the appropriate translation is for systems not configured in English) on the desktop (ie,.e. what is visible on screen once all applications are closed or iconized).
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Some programs also use multiple configuration files organized in one directory (for instance, <filename>~/.ssh/</filename>). Some applications (such as the Iceweasel web browserFirefox) also use their directory to store a cache of downloaded data. This means that those directories can end up using a lot of disk space.
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Translated 84% 158 5,351 39,605
Needs editing 14% 27 503 4,658
Failing check 26% 50 1,682 14,257

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