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comment How do I open a random file in a folder, and set that only files with the specified filename extension(s) should be opened?
@galacticninja I don't know. If you have (further) programming questions related to this, I suppose you'll get better help at StackOverflow.
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comment Mistakenly overwritten USB HDD with linux dd command
@user1561108 Good explanations of Ramhound and FrankThomas. Photorec is worth a try for those files not wholly overwritten by the ISO.
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answered Sorting a list of files
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comment Automatically mounting Truecrypt volumes at user login time
How should the user be prompted for the password / keyfile?
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comment Moving cursor in PuTTY with mouse click?
Cool, it works through PuTTY in nano! :-)
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comment How to apply audio track to a mute h264/mp4-video losslessly?
Sweet! Especially nice that you explained the arguments and the usage of the mapping.
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comment How to apply audio track to a mute h264/mp4-video losslessly?
This is what I'm looking for. Although I've used ffmpeg before, I can't remember its arguments. I suppose they have to do with codec/format, but what do -v:c, -a:c and -an stand for?
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asked How to apply audio track to a mute h264/mp4-video losslessly?
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comment How do I open a random file in a folder, and set that only files with the specified filename extension(s) should be opened?
@galacticninja You could assign a variable with mypath=raw_input("Enter path:"), and then use that in the glob...
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comment How do I open a random file in a folder, and set that only files with the specified filename extension(s) should be opened?
@galacticninja Just prepend the glob-string with your path, like: files = glob.glob("/my/path/*.jpg")