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require ImageMagick and GhostScript paquet
merge pdf from pg_0001.pdf until pg_0009.pdf into MyFile.pdf
repeat a command every X seconds , output show the creation of partition image using fsarchiver, each line show the size of the image.
work on any debian based GNU/Linux distro
you should umount /dev/cdrom before using this cli
create an iso from your cd/dvd-rom device . You need to umount /dev/cdrom
before using the cli
scale define the number you want after comma
after installing new fonts ( tfm , pfb , cjk , truetype ... ) manually in your ~/.Texmacs/fonts , it doesn't always reload it properly , just refresh it by delete the old cache fonts
in sample output , I just installed TrueType Chinese CJK fireflysung fonts supports
this command test the moduli file generated by the command ssh-keygen -G /tmp/moduli-2048.candidates -b 2048 . The test can be long depend of your cpu power , around 5 minutes to 30 minutes