# Delete vmware snapshots - then: $ qemu-img convert -f vmdk -O raw vmware_disk1.vmdk behyve_disk1.raw
Complete and detailed information:
$ man hier
Brief bin vs sbin explanation:
/sbin) were intended for programs that needed to be on a small
/partition before the larger (ie.
/usretc.) partitions were mounted.
/bin/sh, although the original intent may still be relevant for e.g. installations on small embedded devices.
/usr/binis for distribution-managed normal user programs.
/usr/local/binis for normal user programs not managed by the distribution package manager, e.g. locally compiled packages. You should not install them into
/usr/binbecause future distribution upgrades may modify or delete them without warning.
/bin) is for system management programs, not normally used by ordinary users.
/usr/sbinhas the same relationship to
/usr/local/sbinhas the same relationshop to
/optis for monolithic non-distribution packages.
Explanation and history lesson by Rob Landley: http://lists.busybox.net/pipermail/busybox/2010-December/074114.html
Open profile in editor (Visual Studio Code):
PS C:\Users\user> code $PROFILE
Bash inspired readline implementation for PowerShell: https://github.com/PowerShell/PSReadLine
Make tab behave more bash-like:
Set-PSReadlineKeyHandler -Key Tab -Function Complete
Exit on CTRL+d:
Set-PSReadlineKeyHandler -Key Ctrl+d -Function DeleteCharOrExit
PowerShell scripts are not allowed to run, due to default execution policy
Show current policy:
Set to unrestricted for current user:
Set-ExecutionPolicy -Scope CurrentUser -ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted
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