I recently used up all my free inodes on my server. I had a bunch of mail messages that were sitting there using up a bunch, so I cleared the postfix queue. That gave me some room. What I'd like to do, is get a listing of the directories using the most inodes (or containing the most number of files), so that I can find the other culprits.Basically I want the output of "df -i" but to be able to do it recursively on a specific directory.
I need a command to list the total sizes for all the directories in a mounted drive.I tried df and du.df list the total size for the mounted drivedu depending on what option I give it either list the total size or list all the sizes for every file on the drive.All I want to know is the sizes of all the directories on the mounted drive.This is a windows vista hard-drive and for some reason ubuntu is reporting a 50 GB partition and only 10GB free, I want to know what's taking up all the free space. I can't find anything in the file browser, so far I've only managed to count up about 10GB of used space so where is the other 30GB.
I have generated a list of directories that I would like to use ls and grep on, but it is not working. I am using the commandCode:cat directories.dat | xargs lsand I get a whole lot of these errors:Code:ls: cannot access ./foo/bar/baz/grault/*: No such file or directorybut when I try the directories manually one at a time I find that they all exist and all have files in them. Same thing if I try to grep anything. What is going wrong?
I am trying to write a script to pick the directory name from a list of file. Here is a detailed picture.Have a file name LIST which contains the follwing for example/apps/oracle/product/test1/apps/oracle/product/test2/apps/oracle/product/test3I need a script that reads these line from LIST and creates foldersin /apps/oracle/product/test1/backup/date/test1 after reading the first line /backup/date/test2 after readin the second line/backup/date/test3 and so on.
I need to, through a bash script, go through a given directory (given as argument 1) to list out the relative path in this directory (including $1) for eact subdirectory which contains files. Directories which only contain . .. and eventually only subdirectories SHALL NOT be listed. It is this last requirement that makes it difficult for me.
I have been using the tree command for now, but I have not found a way to ignore paths to directories which only contains other subdirs or nothing at all in any easy way. I may offcourse test each directory after they are listed but this gives an extra loop to go through and I beleive it should be possible to do it directly when creatring the list. I guess by using find or ls in conjuntion with the tree command or by itself it should be possible but I am not to conversant of nested script commands.
i am in need of linux help. iam at college and i need this back/restore script to pass this final part of an assessment. i require a backup script that will not only backup but also restore files to the relevent directories. e.g. users are instructed to store all wordprocessor files in a directory named wp. so i am needing to create a backup directory and 3 directories within that and some files within the 3 directories and then back them up ot restore them. l know i should/have to do this myself by been trying to get/understand info for the last few days and came up with zero.
I want to make a webserver with multiple users allowed to login through SFTP to a specific folder, www.Multiple users are added, lets say user1 and user2, and all of them belonging to the www-data group. The www directory has an owner www-data and a group www-data.
I have used chmod -R 775 on the www folder, but after I try to create a folder test through my SFTP server (using Filezilla) the group of the directory created has only r and x permissions, and I am not able to log in with the second user user2 and create a directory within www/test due to a lack of w permission to the group.
I also tried using chmod 2775 on www directory, but without luck. Can somebody explain to me, how can I make it so that a newly created directory inherits the root directory group permissions?
I'm trying to create a simple times table on OpenOffice.org Spreadsheet
I'm trying to use the "$" in the top tab (input line) i.e.
Quote: =A3*$B2$ Quote: =A3*$B3$
To make the question clearer. When I used to use Microsoft Excel in Windows I would do just as I said in the above and I would be able to construct simple multiplication tables to more bigger/harder to memorize kind of type. And that would be by dragging the rectangle from it's bottom-right corner
So my question is what's the alternative OpenOffice.org Spreadsheet symbol for the "$" symbol used in the formula bar in Microsoft Excel?
I have used the words 'Open Challenge'.I have attached a spreadsheet 'Sample file for filter.ods'.TASK: In a presentation, I would like to show what are the Topics of India on Day-1 , Day-2 , Day-3 , Day-4. That means I am going to Filter India and (Day-1, Day-2, Day-3, Day-4).
I had a really important spreadsheet with my student's grades in it. I wanted to rename it so I right clicked and renamed (at least that's what I thought I did). After I looked again, the file somehow became a zip folder. I inside the zip folder are a bunch of files but I can't the spreadsheet anywhere! Here are some screens:
I'm having some trouble with hyperlinks in openoffice 3.2 spreadsheet, though it may be a begginers problem.
I wrote a script to execute a certain task (in my case, to open an DNA alignment file with bioedit) and then, in openoffice, I assigned a hyperlink button to the path needed to execute the script, which is in my /home ("./script_file"). When I do this the first time, clicking the hyperlink button runs the script perfectly. However, whenever I close openoffice and re-open it afterwards, the hyperlink doesn't work anymore. I've checked and this happens because the original URL, which was "./script_file" changes to /home/user/etc... or /temp/etc... and, obviously the file isn't found. If I manually correct the URL, the hyperlink is functional again... how to fix the URL of an hyperlink so that I won't have to correct it every time I close and re-open the program?
Is there any way to make an OpenOffice spread sheet open to the last cell that was edited? I have a friend that has a very large spreadsheet, and would like to have it open to where he left off, rather than cell A1. He says excel does, or can be made to do this.
I know this is more of the Openoffice question but I felt I would find some solution here for this. At my work I am using lot of PDF files which are created using Openoffice Calc (Spreadsheet). I want to convert those PDFs to Calc file again for editing. Currently I am using a windows Machine with able2extract pdf converter for converting PDFs to .xls file. But it is not ideal solution for Linux and Openoffice users here.
I'm in an Aussie rules fantasy football competition and someone posted a zip file with relevant stats for players in the under 18 comp, as a guide for selecting possible players in next years team. Never used any of the office applications. I've attached the zip file and this is what the poster said...
In the actual spreadsheet though, there are two sheets. The first is all the raw data which you can order by position (based on me watching the games, and the line-ups listed on the AFL websites), K: H ratio, state etc. The second is a sheet which you can use to compare players.
I find that sometimes it is easier for me to make decisions about which players to pick when the stats are more obvious, so if you are the same, you can use this sheet as well. Anyway, I hope you guys enjoy the spreadsheet and I'll update it after each round. Fixed, I had to change the file from .zip to .xlsx
In OpenOffice how do you generate a PDF from the current sheet in a spreadsheet. This spreadsheet has 40 sheets. But I want to get a PDF of sheet8 only. When I "Export as PDF", I get a PDF file that contains all 40 sheets.
I have created a very simple spreadsheet - using gnumeric - with small numbers and simple formulas - the numbers fit easily inside their cells - the formatting all seems in order BEFORE I try to print. When I set up the spreadsheet for printing - and "print preview" the document, I see hash marks in place of numbers in a majority of the cells. When I print the document, the hash marks are printed, in place of the numbers. When I view the document under normal circumstances, for editing - the hash marks are not present. All seems well. I cannot print the spreadsheet without the hash marks (#####) appearing!
I created a spreadsheet which I had edited repeatedly. Today I ran out of disk space and needed to resize some partitions. After that proceedure I opened the spreadsheet and when I click on a cell to see the formula I get the message "document opened in read only mode". Other documents open fine.
I would like to create an automatic sequence of Openoffice backups of a spreadsheet file, and each would be the daughter of the previous version.I would like it to autosave every hour so at the end of the day I could then manually make up a 'Day' file for permanent record.
ClamAV tells me that three of my OpenOffice.org Calc spreadsheets may be infected (status "MBL_144360.UNOFFICIAL", if that means anything). This seems not entirely implausible, since yesterday I used a USB stick to transfer files from a Windows system. Anyway, I'd really like to keep these spreadsheets. Can I disinfect them somehow?
how to read data from excel to java in the excel sheet chinise language is present while reading into java iam getting question marks.how to get chiniese language instead of question marks in the java file
I am writing a script, in that my requirement is, if all the fill types stored in one directory from that we need to separate different different directories based on the file types.
for example in a directory(anish). 5 different types files 1- directory 2- .txt files 2- .sh files
like that and my requirement is the (1- directory is moved to one new directory(dir) which we are given in the script)and (2 .txt files are moved to another new directory(test) which we are given in the script)and ( 2 .sh files are moved to another new directory(bash) which we are given in the scrip)finally the directory anish should be empty..using bash script.how it is possible !!
In my prior experience with spreadsheet software on Linux, Gnumeric has been the most useful for my daily tasks. However, I am now required to plot scientific data and I need to be able to plot log-log graphs and semi-log graphs (graphs with logarithmic scales for x- and y- axes) and I cannot seem to find a program that will "fit the bill".
Gnumeric allows for log-log and semi-log graphs by selecting the logarithmic scale for the x- or y- axis, however it automatically does the log to a base 10 and I need to do log graphs to base n (n being a variable that I can set, whether it is 1.5 or 150000).I know this is possible in MS Word (somebody showed me a few weeks ago), but I want a Free (as in speech and as in beer) program that will allow me to plot log-log and semi-log to different bases. OpenOffice.org is also not useful for doing this as it plots to the base 10. Also tried labplot and qtiplot, they give a few more bases but still no base n