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Cannot launch app minimized with /minimized

For whatever reason, AMD Gaming Evolved (Raptr) is dying randomly (ticket has been submitted). I made a task schedule that automatically launches Raptr every hour with this action: "C:\Program Files ...
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Equivalent of `$@` for windows shell

I use batch files to create wrappers around some commands which need extra argument to work. For example, I have a file pip.cmd which adds a custom proxy argument to all pip calls: pip.exe ...
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What is a good linux os to have that focuses on becoming a good system admin? [closed]

I want to build my skills and knowledge but dont know where to start. I have a vmworkstation that i want to install a linux os but dont know which one to install to eventually make me a good system ...
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Get FileZilla Server version from command line

Is there any way how to get FileZilla server version from command line? Client can do this. FileZillaServer.exe /v, FileZillaServer.exe /version or the same with dash does not work.
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Is it possible to add command line arguments or additional applications to Win7 jumplists?

In Win7 SP1, is there a way to add items to jumplists to launch the associated application with different command-line parameters, or even launch other applications? There are a number of tools that ...
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detailed listing and description of freearc switches

The documentation that comes with freearc seems a little bit sparse and outdated unfortunately, at least when reading posts on http://encode.ru/ And following the trial and error principle is ...
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Batch Files to Remove minus sign from Filenames

I am attempting to clean-up some file-names in a particular folder and I'm wondering how I would go about creating a batch file to remove a minus sign from the beginning of each file-name. I have a ...
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Open file in Notepad++ as a tab without closing launched process

Some old tools are designed to work with an external text editor. I am stuck using a legacy tool that does this in the following way: Create a temporary file with the content to be edited. Launch ...
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Firefox with arguments stripped from start menu

Migrating from Windows 7 to Windows 10, some of my start menu items have gone missing. Among them is one to start the Firefox profile manager, and another to launch a specific profile. They were in ...
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Can I query a different AD domain with the default Win7 install? [duplicate]

Background I work in an Enterprise where our Active Directory is locked down pretty tight and only Info Security has access to administer changes. I'm using a standard Win7 Enterprise x64 Service ...
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extract portion of text from cmd

I need to extract a portion of text from a text file log.txt, where the contents of the file are as follows. SESSIONNAME USERNAME ID STATE TYPE DEVICE services ...
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How to suppress the “Quick Compare” dialog window when running from command line?

When I use Process.Start() in my .NET app to open two text files in Beyond Compare, the Quick Compare dialog box pops up. I want to suppress this and have it go straight into text compare mode. It ...
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What does “move ^<” do in Windows?

I accidentally entered this command in a big working directory and got this result: d:\prog>move ^< 10 file(s) moved. Can someone explain what have I just done? I have no idea :/ ...
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Moving specific files into a folder based on directory using Command Prompt

I have a series of about 100 folders called E101,E102....E200. Within each of these folders is a file called calquip.docx and calquon.docx I would like to move calquip.docx and calquon.docx into a ...
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How to run git pull command non-interactively?

I've the following find command which scans all previously cloned git repositories and pull them again: find $PWD -name .git -type d -print -execdir git pull -qv ';' The problem is that some of the ...
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Windows: how to call batch file with low priority with Ctrl+C support?

I know that I can run a batch file with a low priority using command: cmd /c start /B /BELOWNORMAL mvn.bat clean install && exit... The problem is when I press Ctrl+C it does not stop the ...
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%T specifier in printf option of `stat` command

I want to know what is %T specifier in stat printf option and how it gets the file descriptor value ie., fd,1 is printed by using the below command. command is $> echo `stat -L ...
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How to create an alias for standard “java” execution command?

I want to create an alias for running the java projects on command line, like instead of putting "java classname" every time ; I want to create an alias for that 'java' command. For instance, "run ...
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Disable erroneous file type detection by extension on ffmpeg

I am trying to transcode mjpeg files with ffmpeg and it is incorrectly detecting settings. If the file has no extension, or an unknown extension, ffmpeg will correctly detect mjpeg format and will ...
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Error starting OneNote from command prompt

When I start OneNote 2013 from a command prompt, OneNote opens, but I am getting this error: Microsoft Office has identified a potential security concern Hyperlinks can be harmful to your computer ...
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Creating m3u playlist of the most recent (100) files in a directory

I'm not familiar with scripting / shell commands. I have a .bat file that generates four m3u playlists (absolute paths) from the contents of four folders. @echo off cd E:\Music\Downloads dir /o:n ...
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Is it possible to run multiple instances of OBS on Mac OS X?

I've read that using the -multi command will allow you to open multiple instances of OBS (Open Broadcaster Software) simultaneously. I tried adding the parameter via the command line, but it only ...
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Execute multiple commands in init.d script on boot

I found a guide for fixing permissions on an EXT4 filesystem on a MicroSD card. The AOSP/CyanogenMod ROMs I've tried will mount this, but the permissions are messed up. The guide used to work fine on ...
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Batch script to execute jobs one after the other using a GUID as an input argument

I would like to create a batch file which I can reuse with different GUID input parameters. Normally, I execute a file 4 times, one after the other with varying input parameters like so: ...
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This bash command runs on OSX but not on Busybox ..why?

I've got this bash one-liner , it runs fine on OSX, but doesn't on Linux, I'm suspecting the linux distro (Busybox) on my Qnap has got something to do with this . Here is the command that runs on OSX ...
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How to disable Gecko package popup for Wine?

When I run my app under Wine: wine my_app.exe I've got this annoying popup: which says: Wine could not find a Gecko package which is needed for applications embedding HTML to work correctly. ...
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Modify Chrome's startup command line options

I managed somehow to install an insidious toolbar. It modified many of my browser settings but one is especially puzzling. By typing chrome://version in the address bar I've noticed the following in ...
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vim/gvim command line switches?

I've just spent 1/2 hour trying to find a list of command line switches for vim. Since vim is a "command line editor" a search on "vim command line ..." is not very useful. I got curious trying to ...
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How to load insecure content in IE through command line switch

Is there any command line switch in internet explorer to load insecure content? I know we got one in chrome --allow-running-insecure-content....is there anything like this in IE?
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How do you disable special keys in osk.exe?

When running osk.exe from the command line, how do you disable or hide keys such as Alt, Crl, and Fn? We're developing some software that'll be run in a slightly risky setting (using kiosks), and we ...
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How to run batch file command line argument on another server?

I have Encrypt.bat on \\RDWAPPserver which contains code to encrypt the file and upload it to FTP server by using 2 commandline parameters. Encrypt.bat needs 2 commandline parameters exl: ...
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Silent install exe with logging enabled

I have been facing a really strange problem trying to automate the installation of NewForma. Below is the line I'm using in a bat file: ...
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How to auto-generate filename of PDF in wkhtmltopdf based on the page title?

I'm using the following syntax to generate PDF from URL: wkhtmltopdf http://example.com/ example.pdf Is there any way to generate filename automatically based on its page title? So I'm expecting ...
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How do you write to a file within the command line?

Specifically mac, but for future reference for those that come across this post, this could be on any OS. So am learning the command line, and one utility (perhaps the only one) which seems to be ...
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How to append “*” to the start and end of command line parameter in CSH?

In CSH example, echo aaa can print out “aaa”; I need echo_test aaa print out “*aaa*”. While alias echo_test 'echo "*\\!**"' can only print out “*aaa”. Thanks!
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Using PSexec to launch PowerShell session as system with specific window attributes

I'm trying to launch a PowerShell session via PSexec with alternate colors and some window attributes. The reason why I would need to run PowerShell through PSExec is so that I can have a ready-made ...
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How to see a list of available filesystems that I can use for the mkfs command?

Simply I would like to create some FAT filesystem. I would like to know what kind of FAT filesystems are available and what are their names. How can I do this from the command line?
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What's the point in arp -g?

I typed arp into Windows CMD and it gave me the options as to what I can do with it. It gave me arp -a (then gave details) and then it showed arp -g which says 'same as -a' So what's the point of ...
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How to find out the command line arguments a launcher uses to launch an application? [duplicate]

There is an installed application(A) and there is a separately installed launcher application(L). This launcher application launches the application(A) and sets some command line arguments(parameters) ...
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Start Firefox update (nightly) without actually starting firefox [duplicate]

I'm running a nightly version of Firefox (aptly called "Nightly"), and there's a problem. Given this is a nightly release, one of the recent updates, pretty much make Firefox unusable - it'll crash ...
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Which is the preferred approach to pass command/script arguments to a log file?

Generally, I am wondering how I can pass the arguments from a terminal command to stdout. More specifically, I am using tar as part of my backup process and I would like the parameters (especially ...
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Using cURL command-line tool on Mac, What can I do to this script to ask it to fetch stock data which will replace commas with NO SPACES

Example: Google Outstanding Shares are 670,000,000 and this value is collected in a txt file from Yahoo Finance API via the below script. The issue is; that numbers WITH commas or spaces are a bloody ...
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How to know if I have RAID configuration on my machine?

I was wondering if there is any Linux command I can use to check whether I have RAID setup on my machine? I know about cat /proc/mdstat but didn't show me anything meaningful. I just want to know if ...
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Use nbtstat to return list of host names in IP range?

In Windows 7 I'm using the command for /l %i in (1,1,254) do nbtstat -a xxx.xxx.xxx.%i to return host names based on a given IP range. But the output is so long and unfriendly. How could I improve ...
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Any way to obscure password in Windows EXE start-up argument?

There is a Windows GUI application (call it A from now on) that takes some password as its start-up argument. For example, C:\SomeProgram.exe /usr=homer /pwd=simpson There is an application (call ...
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H0w do I add a delay to the launch of an application via RocketDock Shortcut

I have a shortcut in Rocketdock that will trigger my screensaver using flipss. However, the screensaver starts right away and the dock won't auto-hide until the mouse is no longer hovering over it. ...
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tar command does not list content of tar package with -t option

I am trying to list the content of the tar archive with the following command tar -t "filename".tar But the shell works on this one forever without any output message. I did a research on this ...
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Missing arguments in SQL 2012 command line installation

I am new to SQL installation through command line. We are developing an application and using Installation Shield. I need to install SQL server on clients pc, so I am using command line silent ...
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Nslookup command line with A record IP as sole output

I've found the following command to get your current public IP that works well from command line: nslookup myip.opendns.com resolver1.opendns.com I want to be able to run a command though that JUST ...
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Passing command-line arguments to a windows batch script

I need to create a windows batch script where I need to pass a few command-line arguments. These arguments may appear in in any order, but the script should pick them up properly based on the argument ...