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Filling in PDF forms can sometimes be annoying, especially when the forms are DRM controlled (and do not provide edit fields).
A useful utility is flpsed. It isn't a PDF editor as such; instead, it allows the addition of text annotations to PDF files by tacking them on to the end of the file, which means that it works on just about any PDF.
Font size and color can be selected. The annotation set can be saved separately if required, and it can also be used from the command...
This is a procedure for migrating a whole system to a new disk (such as when upgrading the primary disk in a machine). The new disk is installed alongside the old one (either in a spare ATA port, or using a USB adapter).
First partition the new disk (the examples here assume the original disk is sda and the new disk is sdb):
Assuming all of the system is to be in a single partition, make a primary partition 'n', 'p', taking most...
To upgrade the root partition, change /etc/fstab so that it will be mounted as ext4 (since ext4 can mount an ext3 file system), then reboot as single user read-only (recovery mode). Then after setting the tune2fs parameters, reboot again before running e2fsck. Then reboot...