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Feb
7
comment Number html headings
I tried it but it didn't work. I don't know perl but if I understand a little bit this script looks for "Heading" in title. The "Heading 1" and "Heading 2" above are examples. The common bit to all these <a> tags is the class="section" and not the title. I modified my example above of this might help.
Feb
7
revised Number html headings
added 60 characters in body
Feb
7
revised Number html headings
Clarified problem
Feb
7
asked Number html headings
Feb
4
revised Hide files in Linux without using the dot
added 95 characters in body
Feb
4
comment Hide files in Linux without using the dot
Files are hidden in Nautilus; not in ls lists.
Feb
4
answered Hide files in Linux without using the dot
Feb
4
comment Renaming html files according to <title> tag
This script renamed the files as promised, but it didn't remove the spaces in the name. I hadn't asked for that but it would be nice if that was also working.
Feb
4
accepted Renaming html files according to <title> tag
Feb
3
asked Renaming html files according to <title> tag
Jan
7
answered How to get Windows data from hard drive tinkered with by Linux?
Jan
6
revised Resizing a partition in GParted (or, how can I traverse 5 other partitions prior to expanding /dev/sda6)?
added 2 characters in body
Jan
6
revised Resizing a partition in GParted (or, how can I traverse 5 other partitions prior to expanding /dev/sda6)?
Modified answer
Jan
6
comment Resizing a partition in GParted (or, how can I traverse 5 other partitions prior to expanding /dev/sda6)?
Not resize but move the sda11 partition first etc. Then resize sda6.
Jan
6
answered Resizing a partition in GParted (or, how can I traverse 5 other partitions prior to expanding /dev/sda6)?
Dec
20
comment how to find the unpartitoned space in linux?
You're right. I corrected my answer.
Dec
20
revised how to find the unpartitoned space in linux?
Correction
Dec
20
comment how to find the unpartitoned space in linux?
I see a /dev/sda4 above as an extended partition, meaning it is a sort of container partition. About /dev/shm see this link about shared memory.
Dec
20
answered how to find the unpartitoned space in linux?
Dec
19
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