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Jan
22
comment Downloading images from a webpage
see that file alist now has a list of URLs of thumbnails. we can then convert them to URLs of the big files but see if you get as far as that with alist.
Jan
22
comment Downloading images from a webpage
slight error on my part, this will get you some of the way and i'll add more in the coming days, if you don't see...As an example let's just do it for 20th december 2012(err I mean 2010 december!) do C:\blah>wget ameblo.jp/d-out-ko-ki/imagelist-201012.html now once you have that file, do this C:\blah>type imagelist-201012.html | grep -oP "http://.*?view.*?jpg" >alist That creates a file alist worth looking at. You will have to download grep to do that, google for gnuwin32 download coreutils and grep and make sure c:\program files\gnuwin32\bin is in the path. Now look at the file alist
Jan
21
comment Yahoo pages not loading
you beat me to it, i'll have to be more careful with when I time when to have a scratch, I needed two hands
Jan
21
comment “Device Not Ready” when attempting to connecting an old (DOS) hard drive to windows 7
@sawdust i'd add to that, while moving isn't really the issue with this one, it's good practice as you suggest, and a good way to power it up is via the mains switch 'cos then nothing moves other than the switch.
Jan
21
comment “Device Not Ready” when attempting to connecting an old (DOS) hard drive to windows 7
Is the IDE connection good physically? do you have other hard drives to compare the physical connection with? you might find some hard drives it fits more deeply than others. if it goes in more deeply in others then it's not going deeply enough with this one. This USB-IDE adaptor -purple one - that design, goes in nicely to any of my hard drives pchost.hu/aruhaz/images/usb%20ide%20adapter.jpg but another I have doesn't i.e. don't go in deeply enough.
Jan
21
comment Make wget convert HTML links to relative after download if -k wasn't specified
didn't your question ask for without -k?
Jan
21
comment Downloading images from a webpage
so you get a list of all those .html URLs in one file. Then you do for /f %f in (thefile) do type %f >>thefile2 <-- that puts all the HTML from all the files appended into one file called thefile2. Then you filter out the image URLs you want. Then you just convert something like imgstat.ameba.jp/view/d/90/stat001.ameba.jp/user_images/… (which is a thumbnail) into the big version stat.ameba.jp/user_images/20111230/23/d-out-ko-ki/37/01/j/…
Jan
21
comment Downloading images from a webpage
well look man, here's an example with a tree so not as bad as looking at a "beautiful boy". ameblo.jp/d-out-ko-ki above those 3 pictures there is a link ameblo.jp/d-out-ko-ki/imagelist.html see if you can then you see you when you click those arrows you get a new html page with a list of images.. you want each of those html page URLs listed in one file, notice each year has a pattern ameblo.jp/d-out-ko-ki/imagelist-201012.html <-- 201012 is december 2010. Then you have all the ones for 2011 that is imagelist-201101.html to imagelist-201112.html then you have 2012..
Jan
20
comment Downloading images from a webpage
do you have a few main pages or a main page that links to all of them? I'm not looking at the "beautiful boy" though, sorry!
Jan
20
comment Downloading images from a webpage
I don't know if this will help but it might. The key in this situation was to wget the main html page, then get/filter/grep-command the image URLs, then amend them to make the actual ones, wget those actual image URLs. superuser.com/questions/351424/… That one might've had like 3 "albums" and 3 "main" html pages that had links to all images, then just had to adjust those URLs and download them.
Jan
19
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Jan
16
comment Can I run a 32bit Java app on a 64bit platform?
if the reason you say you don't wan to recompile it is because you don't have the code, you might be able to decompile it then recompile it.
Jan
16
comment “taskkill” command not working anymore
had same prob, this q n the a helped me.
Jan
13
comment HP 4530s: Fan is Always On even When Laptop/CPU is Idle
state more details about the BIOS - is it award, phoenix e.t.c. 'cos maybe through that we may find some setting you need and haven't seen yet. ASUS motherboards i've seen have SMARTFAN which when disabled have the cpu fan always on constant speed, and when enabled have it quieten down under low load as soon as exited the BIOS. And as a general rule you should take notes eg in notepad so as not to forget what you did/tried.
Jan
13
comment HP 4530s: Fan is Always On even When Laptop/CPU is Idle
@Sathya your link doesn't look like a possible lead to me. your link about spikes in fan speed is describing a different symptom to his situation of an always on too fast fan, presumably constant speed.
Jan
13
comment HP 4530s: Fan is Always On even When Laptop/CPU is Idle
@tolitius if speedfan can't see it then don't get your hopes up.
Jan
13
comment 'No such interface supported' when attempting to compress file through 7zip commandline
and probably supposed to put switches between command and archive name, though still get the error. but no doubt you should use -tzip for zip. So this works for example, no echoing though >7z a -tzip r.zip a.a But doing >echo text | 7z a -tzip -sia.a r.zip gives the error. so your question stands. And you mean 7z a, not 7za.
Jan
13
comment 'No such interface supported' when attempting to compress file through 7zip commandline
supposed to say -tzip though I still get the error echo foo | 7z a -tzip r.zip -sifoo
Jan
6
comment What is the shortest most readable way to print the n'th line of a file?
@math well since you're willing to write a script, you can shorten any command to just $disp 42 <ENTER> and it could have this line or a sed line or whatever, for whatever your linux distros share.. head and tail is probably very common.
Jan
5
revised What is the shortest most readable way to print the n'th line of a file?
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