I noticed that the semicolon ; is a valid character for Windows (NTFS) file and directory names. The semicolon is, however, used as element delimiter for the PATH environment variable. Say I have a ...
Does anybody of a way to access files and directories that have a % in their name (which is valid) from the command-line? Specifically, if there are two %’s and the text between them happens to ...
How to convert Windows filenames (from a checksums.md5) to *nix notation so I can use it on my shell with md5sum?
I have some checksums.md5 verification files from an ntfs external drive, but using windows notation: \ instead of /, spaces between file names (not escaped), reserved shell characters (like (, &, ...
For example what is the alternative to this command without quotation marks: CD "c:\Documents and Settings" The full reason I don't want to use quotation marks is that this command DOES work: ...