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Jul
8
revised Using FFMpeg to cut a video into 2 minute clips
oops, better test
Jul
8
comment Using FFMpeg to cut a video into 2 minute clips
Assuming that the infile's extension is .mpg, that should produce output files named infile.0.mpg infile.1.mpg infile.2.mpg ...
Jul
8
answered How do you use environment variables in Advanced ActionScript 3.0 Settings of Flash CS5?
Jul
8
answered Using FFMpeg to cut a video into 2 minute clips
Jul
7
answered Best Application Switcher in Mac?
Jul
5
answered Change files from x#.jpg to x###.jpg
Jun
29
comment Accidentally moved Desktop folder ingo /usr/local/bin
@JustinMeltzer let us continue this discussion in chat
Jun
29
comment Accidentally moved Desktop folder ingo /usr/local/bin
Whew, exciting stuff. This 396 sudo mv -n /usr/local/bin desktop looks like you might have moved /usr/local/bin to your desktop folder. Do you have a bin folder in there? (Also, you should have enough rep to sign in to chat, which would be easier than this.)
Jun
29
answered Can't checkout in subversion
Jun
29
comment Accidentally moved Desktop folder ingo /usr/local/bin
No. /bin is another folder that you shouldn't bring in to this. (Though if /bin/bin exists, that would be worth noting.) To help us track down where everything went, can you give us the output of history | grep "^mv" (or at least the history of everything following mv -n /desktop /usr/local/bin)
Jun
29
comment Accidentally moved Desktop folder ingo /usr/local/bin
I think we've lost track of what you've done. Which folder has the original contents of /desktop? Which folder has the contents of /usr/local/bin? (Don't mess with /usr/bin, that's unrelated.)
Jun
28
answered Replace Symbolic Links with Files
Jun
28
comment Why is nano ignoring the first line in files?
Is there anything in your nanorc files? (SYSCONFDIR/nanorc and ~/.nanorc, I assume that SYSCONFDIR is /etc, but ymmv.)
Jun
28
comment Why is nano ignoring the first line in files?
Not an explanation, but if possible you could upgrade to a more recent version of nano (latest is 2.2.6 as of now), and see if that fixes it.
Jun
22
answered How do I rename files with spaces using the Linux shell?
Jun
22
comment Why is nano ignoring the first line in files?
What version of nano is this? (nano -V)
Jun
22
comment Why is nano ignoring the first line in files?
Is there something special about the files you're editing, or is this reproducible with all files?
Jun
16
answered How can I play a sound from the command line in Mac OS X?
Jun
11
answered how can I check my rsa passphrase?
Jun
11
revised Share internet connection in OSX through existing wireless network?
move answer to answer instead of part of ?