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Apr
13
comment How to revive my windows 10 after installing ubuntu?
no thats not it. Actually I used boot repair. and that messed it up!
Apr
13
revised How to revive my windows 10 after installing ubuntu?
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Apr
13
comment How to revive my windows 10 after installing ubuntu?
well I tried to do this with grub,but it seems I mistakenly wiped out the win10 boot records completely, now the grub shows my win7 along side ubuntu but not win10!
Apr
13
comment How to revive my windows 10 after installing ubuntu?
well, I have no Idea, windows 10 is there, but not accessible(no boot and stuff), and I'm afraid to pop the win10 disk and repair the boot and my ubuntu os gets destroyed! I cant risk that. I'm left with ubuntu and win7 for the past 3 months!
Apr
13
asked How to revive my windows 10 after installing ubuntu?
Apr
3
comment How can I reproduce linux's `column -t` command equivalent in windows?
@GombaiSandor: well, I dont know power shell and if its available in all versions of windows. and if running and executing it is any different than the batch files. If it gets the job done why not.?
Apr
3
comment How can I reproduce linux's `column -t` command equivalent in windows?
@manjesh23: Thanks, I have no idea if our problem is the same!, I edited my question in a hope it provide more information.
Apr
3
revised How can I reproduce linux's `column -t` command equivalent in windows?
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Apr
3
revised How can I reproduce linux's `column -t` command equivalent in windows?
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Apr
3
asked How can I reproduce linux's `column -t` command equivalent in windows?
Apr
1
comment converting a simple sh script to the equivalent batch script on windows
by the way there is slight problem here, When I run this script from the root sth like this ( T:\Git\CaffeRoot> data\mnist\get_mnist_data.bat` the files are not save inside the mnist folder, they are saved in the root folder which is wrong! How to solve this problem ?
Apr
1
revised converting a simple sh script to the equivalent batch script on windows
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Apr
1
comment converting a simple sh script to the equivalent batch script on windows
by the way I'd be grateful if you could add this notice that, this script should be executed from the root or otherwise it wont work(if called from the sub directory where the actual bat file resides).
Apr
1
accepted converting a simple sh script to the equivalent batch script on windows
Apr
1
comment converting a simple sh script to the equivalent batch script on windows
why is it bad practice ?
Apr
1
comment How to do a FOR loop properly in batch script in windows
Thanks alot ,it works now:)
Apr
1
accepted How to do a FOR loop properly in batch script in windows
Apr
1
asked How to do a FOR loop properly in batch script in windows
Mar
31
comment converting a simple sh script to the equivalent batch script on windows
@DavidPostill, I noticed NOLFXceptMe has already posted the answer, although not completely correct, I thought its a good Idea to accept his answer and then apply the needed correction to it and make perfect.
Mar
31
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