update file in a flash file
Have some Solaris 9 flash files which work good.
But need to change (update) some config within.
How can I do this please?
> Have some Solaris 9 flash files which work good.
> But need to change (update) some config within.
flar -s -fd /var/tmp/flar s9.flar
flar -c -d /var/tmp/flar s9-new.flar
...How to copy non-ASCII file to clipboard (e.g. Image file)
Is there any way that I can copy image file contents to clipboard from
command line in Linux?
I'm using a command line based screenshot program (scrot) but the
output from this command is put in file. I need to have a command to
further copy the snapped image file into clipboard, and encapsulate
this all into simple push button.
Any idea about how to use this?
Thanks in advance,
On Fri, 30 Jul 2010 20:14:50 -0400, A_Omara <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Is there any way that I can copy image file contents to clipboard from
> command line in L...Problem with "Skip file types" in "Find Files".
I would like to search for text files based on some texts. And I want
to exclude svn file (i.e. *.svn-base). So I add the extension .svn-base
in "Skip file types" and expect Matlab "Find Files" GUI to skip the svn
files. However, "Find Files" still returns the svn file. I think "Find
Files" has problem with this kind of filename, eg. "abc.c.svn-base". Is
it treating "c.svn-base" as extension? However, I try out the Matlab
function FILEPARTS and it works fine.
>> [pathstr, name, ext, versn] = fileparts('abc.c.svn-base')
...Reading a directory
If I use OS_GBPB to read entries from a directory, are those entries
always returned in the same order? What order is this? Is it random,
or the order in which the files were defined, or does it depend on when
they were last written to, or is it in name order? If the order is
non-random, do different FSs use the same method?
Is this the normal way to read directories, or are there other ways,
(eg doing a info or fileinfo and routeing output to pipefs and reading
Jeremy C B Nicoll - my opinions are my own.
In message <4c4039bc68Jeremy@omba.demon.co.uk>
Jeremy C...File.puts or File.write ?
For general purpose file writing, does it matter whether puts or write
is used? From the docs, it seems like puts should be used for strings,
while write can be used for anything. I'm not really sure what
difference there is between the two, but the docs say something about
puts adding newlines or something.
Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.
Joe Ruby MUDCRAP-CE wrote:
> For general purpose file writing, does it matter whether puts or write
> is used? From the docs, it seems like puts should be used for strings,
> while write can be used for anything....varied output for df and du on the same file system
When I run df -h /var , it displays the disk usage as
$ df -h /var/
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/sda9 4.8G 3.3G 1.3G 73% /var
But when I run the du -sh for the same file system , the result
du -sh /var/
What is the reason for the difference in results .......
With Thanks in Advance
> When I run df -h /var , it displays the disk usag...File Upload (struts) IllegalArgumentException
I have this code in my jsp page:
<html:file property="uploadFilename" />
....and it works. The code in my action class gets executed.
But if I add the encode type property like this:
<html:form action="FileUpload.do" enctype="multipart/form-data">
<html:file property="uploadFilename" />
....then the code in my action class is not executed. Instead I get this
500 Internal...Cannot create a new file
Before posting I made sure I upgraded from 2.3.3 to 2.3.4, but the
problem is still here.
Ive created a little script which, at the end of it, deals with copying
two files. All the script works fine except when its at the copy
line(s). Nothing gets copied, it crashes at the first open() line.
Before using open() I made it the lazy way first and wrote system("cp
"+file1+" "+file2), but gaves me that message:
IOError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory:
I then thought python didnt like file handling external comman...[Help] Finding Files on a PDA SD Card
Is there any PDA application which will locate file on a SD card through a
"global" find command, thereby searching all subdirectories off the root of
the card? I had initially thought that McFile would do this. It does not.
The problem I am trying to resolve is to find a way to quickly establish the
eBooks that I have on my Palm. I have several eBook readers. They seem to
put the books all over the card without terribly much rhyme or reason that I
am able to discern. If I have books x, y, and z on the card and MobiPocket
can read book y, but not book x and iSilo can r...A free utility for direct copy of Tandem files into Ms Sql, Ms Excel and flat text files
It's an 'Ftp-like' command line utility.
You can copy Tandem Enscribe Files and Sql Tables into MS Sql server
tables, MS Excel files or flat text files.
Filter can be applied on rows and columns, both for Enscribe Files and
Downloadable from http://free.x3.hu/peak-tibor/
...backup exec not backing up nsf files
Running windows2000 backupexec9 and domino 5.06a , have problem in that
backupexec will not backup any nsf files !! , as a test i renamed the nsf
files to .ft file extensions and it backed up ok .. anyone seen this problem
?? any solutions ??
With BackupExec you need additional Tools to back up open files, since the
Diomino server is using all the .nsf files. Renaming will indeed solve it,
since the DOmino server will release the file then..
Look for dedicated Domino backup tools.Your BackupExec supplier must also
have some agents special for Domino.
Note: Most of ...Other half of 'CGI file upload'
For sake of completeness, this is the CGI script used for testing the
'post file to CGI script' script I posted earlier. It will put the
content of the 'data' parameter into the file /tmp/out.
$cgi = CGI->new();
open($fh, '>', '/tmp/out');
print $fh ($cgi->param('data'));
Rainer Weikusat <email@example.com> writes:
> open($fh, '>', '/tmp/out');
Additional warning: This must not be used on a system with untrus...save .mat file
I am trying to save a matrix as .mat file like that:
It creates in Matlab work folder file myfile without extension(.mat).
The type of this file is Microsoft Office Access Table Shortcut.
What is wrong?
How to fix the problem?
> I am trying to save a matrix as .mat file like that:
> It creates in Matlab work folder file myfile without
> The type of this file is Microsoft Office Access Ta...What types of PC files can I read on a Mac?
I have, on my old PC, several folders of files which are a variety of types,
including HTML documents, MHTML documents (archive web pages), saved e-mails
(.eml documents), and text documents (.txt). Is it possible for me to
transfer and read these folders on a Mac (which I'm considering buying)? Do
I have to change them to a different type of file before they're compatible?
I need to be able to use these folders on a Mac. Thanks for your help.
> I have, on my old PC, several folders of files which are a variety of types,
> including HTML documents, MHT...Compressing files
I am in need of some highly efficient compressing algorithm. I am
having this problem, where in I need to deflate a tar image (tar-1) to
load a image onto my Chassis. Now, because of some other tar
files(tar-2) being there, I am running out of the required space.
Yes, ofcourse the easy solution of removing those tar files(tar-2) is
not possible. So is there some way the other tar ball(tar-2) can be
compressed further, so that I can get more free disk space fr
To put it straight, is there some way to compress tar files even
further. The tar file is already has .gz files i...FW: Splitting Files
Found out that the application the 'split' files were destined for has a
hidden (undocumented) switch that when enabled does an internal split.=20
Thanks to all those who replied to this (have keep all your ideas on
file in-case I'm in need of it somewhere else).
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Sent: 31 May 2006 12:04
To: 3000-L Mail List (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Splitting Files
Greetings to the -L,
Have a file, with...Extracting file permissions
Given a file's path, is there a UNIX command that will return just the
access permissions for that file? I'm aware this can be done using
multiple commands but I'm hoping to avoid resorting to them.
I've been through every book on my shelf and have found nothing that
can accomplish this.
Use ROT-13 on the email address for email replies
John Stewart wrote:
> Given a file's path, is there a UNIX command that will return just the
> access permissions for that file?
ls -l path-to-file
Ronald Florence ron.18james.com
In article <BgLtd.829$3q.576@la...MBO file extension revisited
In 2005 I received an email which included an attachment with the
extension MBO. I could not open it but with the help from this Group I
was able to do so.
I have now received another such email but this MBO file contains text
and at least one photograph taken with the camera in a mobile phone.
I can read the text but cannot see the picture. Can anyone help me
Thanks for any help.
d dot gamble at freeuk dot com
In message <email@example.com>
David Gamble <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> In 2005 I received an ...Re: ERROR: Permanent copy of file WORK.ZFMMEM.UTILITY was deleted.
Always search support.sas.com for uncommon error message:
On Wed, 6 Jun 2007 18:03:22 -1000, Hassan Eini Zinab
>Sometimes when I initiate SAS or run some programs there is such an
>ERROR message in the log:
>*"ERROR: Permanent copy of file WORK.ZFMMEM.UTILITY was deleted."*
>What does that mean? How to debug that?
...Executable file inside a jar file!!
I have an exe file (start.exe) and more dll files packed in a jar
The exe file needs the dll's. How do i make running the exe file,
without unpacking( extracting/unziping) the jar file?
Does anybody have a clue?
...How do you execute a JAR file?
I'm sorry this is so basic, but I honestly do not know how to do this
nor can I find anything online here or anywhere via Google to help me
with this one.
I have a JAR file that I created on another machine using JDK 1.6.0
and NetBeans 5.5 on WinXP.
I copied and pasted that JAR file over to my machine at home also
using JDK 1.6.0 and NetBeans 5.5 on WinXP
I put the exact directory name where the JAR file resides, "C:\Program
Files\Java\jdk1.6.0\classes", in CLASSPATH and rebooted my machine.
However, upon CD'*** to that directory and doing "java -classpath .
GU...How-To for writing help files?
Is there a tutorial for writing help files for new Scilab functions and
getting them to show up?
The first info I found related to help pages are here:
I use the XXE tool to write the xml documentation.
Then, for the functions to call to build the doc, I found a good
skeleton in c:\Program Files\scilab-xxxx\contrib\toolbox_skeleton
...Standard icon files
Does anyone know where the standard file icons are (the piece of
paper that's used for any document without a type)?
I'd like to modify that icon so that it looks more mac-like than
if I build one myself.
XML is a prime example of retarded innovation.
-- Erik Meijer and Peter Drayton, Microsoft Corporation
Ulrich Hobelmann <email@example.com> writes:
> Does anyone know where the standard file icons are (the piece of paper
> that's used for any document without a type)?
> I'd like to modify that icon so that it looks more mac-like th...Converting files from ebcdic to ascii
I am trying to convert a file from ebcdic-format to ascii-format.
%let lib = utv;
filename ebcdic 'd:\test\bad_files\ebcdic_file.dat';
filename ascii 'd:\test\bad_files\ascii_file.dat';
*The datastep below shows how the ascii-file looks. This file has been converted
to edcdic by means of a program. I want to be able to do this
convertation by using SAS-code.;
put 'Alfred M 14 69 113';
put 'Alice F 13 57 84';
put 'Barbara F 13 65 98';
put 'Carol F 14 63 103'...restructure a file
This is my first time in the newsgroup, so everyone forgive me in
advance for being a newbie.
Also: this may be a problem that everyone knows how to fix, but I'm
having a lot of worries trying to figure it out.
I've a file in access with 1. records that have a unique identifier
(one per school), and several fields with fixed data, but have a
varying number of test data, for example, one caseid might have valid
data for only one subgroup, on four categories, but another school
might have valid data for nine subgroups on all four categories. A
last category tell...