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Parse Thunderbird mboxrd file with Thunderbird stuffs

I have been using Thunderbird for a long time. I am looking for a way to parse a mboxrd format mail file (like <tb_profile>/ImapMail/<ESP_IMAP>/INBOX) from outside Thunderbird using a ...
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Is the “.sha256” file format formally defined somewhere? How should it be parsed?

I see a bunch of FOSS projects which have ".sha256" files. They look something like this: dsdfdfdsffdfsdfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfds23r2ewrefdefdsfdsgfdsgffgfkgdfgg *meow.exe ...
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Split text at last instance of character (retain left hand side)

I have hierarchy path values in column A of an Excel spreadsheet: FLEET FLEET \ AIR SYSTEM FLEET \ AIR SYSTEM \ COMPRESSOR - DRYER FLEET \ AIR SYSTEM \ VALVES FLEET \ AIR SYSTEM \ RESERVOIRS FLEET \ ...
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Hierarchy path: Find orphans (children without parents)

I have hierarchy path values: FLEET FLEET \ AIR SYSTEM FLEET \ AIR SYSTEM \ COMPRESSOR - DRYER FLEET \ AIR SYSTEM \ VALVES FLEET \ AIR SYSTEM \ RESERVOIRS FLEET \ AIR SYSTEM \ HOSES - LINES - ...
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XML parser error when running a saxonb-xslt process

I am processing an XML document with saxonb-xslt, the command look like so: saxonb-xslt -s:Transform.xsl -xsl:Transform.xsl -xi:on -ext:on and I get this error: Error The XML parser reported ...
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XML::Parser Perl module is not installed

Installation was successful and went well in my droplet (using DigitalOcean) but when I view the page that requires XML::Parser I still got this error message: Internal Server Error XML::Parser Perl ...
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Node.js serialport readline parser - response devided to each sign in new line

I would need some help in resolving a node.js problem with serialport response on one computer with Ubuntu 18.04 64-bit. On the beginning I can confirm that the hardware which I have connected answers ...
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How to insert a fragment of web page into Excel parsed to column/rows?

I'm selecting a fragment of a page, like part of a right column with suggestion links on a youtube page. I want it with pictures come to sheet in sorted order. But Excel says, that "The data you'...
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Sorting a file list in WIndows

Got a list of color photos from Hatton1.jpg to Hatton72.jpg each photo has an identical black and white one named Hatton1-2.jpg through Hatton72-2.jpg Is there a way to strip out the -2 files to a ...
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translate a webpage and declutter at the same time? how?

Translate: google translate, either with bookmarklet or chrome extension declutter: Instapaper text bookmarklet. They used to work together sequentially, but recently Instapaper changed their ...
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AtomicParsley - Get STCO Entries only

So I want AtomicParsley to list all of the STCO entries instead of showing something like this Atom ftyp @ 0 of size: 32, ends @ 32 Atom free @ 32 of size: 8, ends @ 40 Atom mdat @ 40 of size: ...
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Parse url in windows script

In a windows bat file how do I parse this url https://vimeo.com/library/courses/angular-series to get the text 'angular-series' without the single quotes of course Thanks in advance for your time
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Parsing a (complicated) URL

This is a tricky one that requires a level of Excel function mastery I don't currently have. I have been studying Excel's site for way too long and I'm still not progressing. I am trying to take a ...
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Firefox “not well formed” error on Gmail mobile site's search page

I use the Gmail Mobile site (not the smartphone version, but the old, lightweight, feature-phone-compatible one) on my desktop Firefox browser, via the set of URLs starting with https://mail.google....
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Forward Windows system Event logs to a Linux Syslog Server with no agent

We have a SCOM 2012 server. We have SNARE agents for PCI compliance, but now we want to save money by gathering all events for all Windows servers using its native features. We also have a centralized ...
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How can I use PowerShell to parse filenames and rename them?

I've got a project analyzing logfiles. Someone, in their infinite wisdom, is naming the logfiles MM-DD-YYYY-HH-MM.LOG (e.g., 10-31-2012-18-00.LOG for 6:00pm on October 31, 2012). My first order of ...
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Replace all, “But” Regex Notepad++

I have a text file with lines looking like the one below : ('8510851205', 'needthishere', '', ''), I need it to remove everything and leave only needthishere on every single line. How would I do this :...
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Error while installing `XML::Parser` Perl module

I'm trying to install some Perl module, but I got a strange error: sudo cpanm XML::Parser cp Parser/Encodings/iso-8859-5.enc blib/lib/XML/Parser/Encodings/iso-8859-5.enc make[1]: Entering directory `...
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How do I disable terminal control escape sequences in Linux?

I am writing software that interacts with an embedded device running a version of busybox Linux. Basically, I am just sending commands to the device and parsing the output from the commands . The ...
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Using PowerShell to replace individual bytes in a document

We're in the process of converting an HTML help system to a SharePoint document library. We have about 3000 individual HTML documents that we're converting to Word. About 20% of the documents include ...
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apache file requests and parsing

I have just run into an interesting situation at work that shot to hell my understanding of how apache2 executes php files. I was under the impression that apache2 would determine the correct file ...
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How to do create a thumbnail of many sites?

I've got a list of 2500 websites and need to grab a little screenshot of them - to create a thumbnail How do I do that? Well I could try to parse the sites. Either with Perl or Python