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awarded  Editor
Sep
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revised Firefox 32.0: “Do this automatically for files like this from now on” option not available on Linux
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asked Firefox 32.0: “Do this automatically for files like this from now on” option not available on Linux
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Jun
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comment Command Prompt shows up and disappears immediately
@Nour: I think it will. md5 checksum for cmd.exe will be different on 32bit & 64bit, I think.
Jun
15
comment Command Prompt shows up and disappears immediately
@Nour: I am too running Windows 7 32bit. md5 checksum for cmd.exe on my system is 8ae6dd9a6d246004da047f704f0cc487. Check with yours. Also, I don't know how much I can help you with this. I think you should try with a security related forum.
Jun
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comment Command Prompt shows up and disappears immediately
@Nour: If your system is really infected, then I don't think that just renaming cmd.exe will work. I had issues with Sysinternal's Process Explorer, the malware used to kill it even when I renamed the EXE. Looked like it was checking the Application Title. Also, If you're getting Command Prompt Version & Copyright in the screenshot, then there must be some other problem.
Jun
14
comment Command Prompt shows up and disappears immediately
@Nour: Can you try to get a screenshot of Command Prompt just before exiting? Also, which Windows you are running? Also, Can you try running from different user account, maybe Administrator?
Jun
14
comment Using NTFS hard links to combine full/differential backups
@Sam: I didn't see your modified question before commenting. Well, If you want to create similar directory/file structure using full+differential backups, then it should be possible with a simple Perl/Python script.
Jun
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comment Using NTFS hard links to combine full/differential backups
I don't see any gain by creating hard links to unchanged files. Backup softwares take backup based on Archive bit on/off. You should just copy those files which are modified since last backup. Also, I was under the impression that ONLY Unix File Systems support hard links. Thanks to bring it to my notice!
Jun
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answered Using NTFS hard links to combine full/differential backups
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awarded  Teacher
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answered Command Prompt shows up and disappears immediately