Why are blocks in a #HDD? Why doesn't the #operating_system just point straight to the sectors? Because there are limits to the number of blocks, or drive addresses, that an operating system can address. By defining a block as several sectors, an #os can work with bigger hard drives without increasing the number of block addresses.
In my opinion, firefox's appearance is not suitable for #Gnome. So I was searching for a way to change the app's appearance. I found this project for this purpose:
Make eternal alias in #bash:
~/.bashrc > if block (after 'enable color support of ls and also add handy aliases' line) > Your alias
'alias chrome = 'wifi on && google-chrome
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