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Feb
6
comment How to fix Windows 7 always delete file permanently
It was not related to the networked drive.
Aug
15
comment How to change the font of all equations in LibreOffice Writer
I found that this one works better, since it will "click" into the object and resize the object.
Jan
9
comment Command line tool in Linux to Extract Text From Word, Excel , Powerpoint ? or Convert them to PDF?
@nahar, odt2txt only works on odt format, not ms doc.
Sep
19
comment How to determine file system of TrueCrypt volume?
Thanks, I didn't notice about this.
Sep
19
comment How to determine file system of TrueCrypt volume?
Thanks, but the df -T shows only "fuseblk", not the NTFS or ext3.
Jul
16
comment CHKDSK stop (no response) at stage 2 (verifying indexes)
Thanks, finally I left my computer overnight. I also don't know what happened, my Windows restarted. Then I chkdsk again, it run smoothly for stage 2 (verifying indexes). And then fixes the error.
Jul
15
comment CHKDSK stop (no response) at stage 2 (verifying indexes)
Stuck at the 13 percent around 1 hour. Previously I chkdsk, it goes through smoothly.
Jun
21
comment Is there any desktop search engine on Linux that can index including the NTFS?
sure. no problem for me to access any files in ntfs.
Mar
16
comment How to fix Windows 7 always delete file permanently
Thank you. This is the solution, enter in safe mode, delete any file, the Recycle Bin appeared.
Mar
16
comment How to fix Windows 7 always delete file permanently
I was deleting files using Windows Explorer, without pressing SHIFT key, just press delete key, even tried with right-click then delete. And also, the files deleted are any files: shortcut files, text files, folders, etc. All of them do not go into Recycle Bin.
Mar
16
comment How to fix Windows 7 always delete file permanently
I checked. The size of my C: drive Recycle Bin setting is 8422MB
Mar
16
comment How to fix Windows 7 always delete file permanently
Tried, not work. The folder does not work as real Recycle Bin, no function at all.
Sep
12
comment How to use cygwin (or linux command) to rename the files and directories recursively with regular expression
Dennis: Thanks for your help. I think the "find" command really cannot help to solve my problem recursively. Because -type f will not work correctly since my directory name and the filename have the same pattern.
Sep
10
comment How to use cygwin (or linux command) to rename the files and directories recursively with regular expression
Dennis: Error message: $ find . ( -name ".jpg" -o -name ".txt" ) -exec sh -c 'mv "{}" "$(echo {} | sed 's/([0-9])([0-9][0-9])([0-9][0-9])([0-9])([0-9][0-9][0-9])([0-9 ])/\1\.\2\.\3\.\4\.\6\.0\5/g')"' \; sh: command substitution: line 0: syntax error near unexpected token (' sh: command substitution: line 0: echo ./1010110010/1010110010.jpg | sed s/([0- 9])([0-9][0-9])([0-9][0-9])([0-9])([0-9][0-9][0-9])([0-9])/1.2.3.4.6.05/g' mv: cannot move ./1010110010/1010110010.jpg' to ': No such file or directory
Sep
8
comment How to use cygwin (or linux command) to rename the files and directories recursively with regular expression
@Dennis: I not sure why I cannot work with "mv". I think because 'mv "{}" "$(echo {} | sed ' is assumed as a string, then the regular expression is assumed as the command, and finally '...')"' is another string.
Sep
7
comment How to use cygwin (or linux command) to rename the files and directories recursively with regular expression
@Dennis: The command you mentioned can work only for "echo". It cannot work when using "mv"
Sep
7
comment How to use cygwin (or linux command) to rename the files and directories recursively with regular expression
@Giles: Thanks. your information is good.
Sep
6
comment How to use cygwin (or linux command) to rename the files and directories recursively with regular expression
@Dennis: I got some error messages: "mv: missing file operand". I already replace the ... with the regular expression. Once I use: find . ( -name ".jpg" -o -name ".txt" ) -exec sh -c echo "{}" \; there will be nothing echo. If I remove the "sh -c", then the file names will be shown
Sep
6
comment How to use cygwin (or linux command) to rename the files and directories recursively with regular expression
Thanks Giles, what I mean "extract the digits or words" are something like \d for digit character and \w for word character.
Sep
5
comment How to use cygwin (or linux command) to rename the files and directories recursively with regular expression
The command works. But is there any regular expression feature, for example if I want to extract the digits or words?