I would like to find a tools to change csv file to excel , I tried google , there are some tools can do it , but the file have some specical character and Chinese character , can advise what tools is good for it ?
another that , I have one specical requirement , I would like the tools can change the date format of a specific column ( eg. from mm-dd-yy to dd/mm/yy ) , is there any tools can do that ?
I am running Debian (Lenny) as my file server on a Windows network. I have multiple users accessing shared excel worksheets. I am the owner of these files and have no problem but if I save a shared workbook the file properties on the Linux server change ''Groups - Read Only, Others - Read Only''. I can reset them logged in as root but they change back every time I save the file from the XP machine (XP Home SP3). All other non-shared worksheets are fine.
Have managed to create a simple script to poll the various printers we have at our company for a page count via SNMP. At the moment the script echos the printer name to a text file and then the snmp output is appended to the next line. In my rush I thought by using sed to add a comma to the end of each line would mean it would import in to excel nicely. So rather than having:
I'm very new to Linux, i'm running Ubuntu and i'm trying to install a program. In the instructions it says "Check that you ARE NOT root, never run similar tools as root! just change file permissions". How do i check if i'm root or what am I supposed to do here?
I am working on telnet session and excuting commands. I am able to redirect or store expect output to log file but now i want to store in excel file like ispreadsheet showing details of commands and its responses
I have a dual boot system with Windows 7 and Ubuntu installed on my machine. I use Ubuntu much more often than Windows 7. On Ubuntu I can use LibreOffice Calc, but I'm more used to Microsoft Excel and would like to be able to run it under Ubuntu.
I am not able to open excel file which is generated from java web application in Linux. The file is opening in Windows but not in Linux. I am not using Open Office. I have two different applications deployed in two different was7 servers in same Linux machine. Both the applications generate excel output stream which I open in IE. When I am trying the same application in Windows environment both are working fine, but in Linux I can open and download xls files in one application but not in other. I am using application/vnd-ms... as mime type and POI jars to generated excel, no errors in my debug log or system errors.
I have an ntfs partition that I wish to access as a normal user(non-root). For this I did the following. As root I created a folder /windows and did a chmod 777 -R on /windows. Then I added the following line to /etc/fstab
Now, the partition is mounted alright but the problem is that when any other user (non-root) creates a files in /windows (say by executing touch newfile) the newly created file has the owner and group set as root. The non-root user can create the file and he can also delete the file, however, he cannot change the permissions of the file and also the owner:group is always set as root:root. How do I get across this problem, i.e. how do I mount a partition, so that a non-root user can also change the permissions and ownerships of the files he creates.
I am doing a migration and where i face problem with few file formats . I have the list of acceptable file formats , now i need to find the rest of the file formats other than the acceptable file formats. is there any tool available for this ? or can some give me the VBA macro .. My VBA macro works to find the file extension in a particular folder but the problem is its ending when the count increases to 65000 (excel limit). How do i use If condition here to avoid the acceptable format and give me unique file formats .
I installed Fedora Core 13 x86-64 from the installation DVD and picked the "Software Development" installation. I notice that the Applications->System Tools menu doesn't have "File Browser" on it.
Nautilus is installed, so I can create a launcher for it. I'm merely curious whether this is a change or bug in FC 13? Or should I suspect that I myself deleted the file browser launcher accidentally? The machine is a laptop and I find the mousepad awkward to use.
1) capturing an RDF formatted RSS feed as a file on my computer
2) converting the result to HTML using local command line tools
I've sorted 1) with wget? I've discovered xsltproc but I'm going round in circles. The master plan is to import my pinboard bookmarks into a static web site produced on my linux box using a handful of clever bash scripts.