i have noticed that if right click on many files types for instance iso files i don't have the option to store them in compress files at all i have one iso file now that i want to compress and split to three parts so i could upload it but as i said right click on the file don't helpbecause i don't have the option there so what can i do?
I have three hard drives in my computer That I want to make RAID 0. All of them already have partitions and data on them. What I want to know is if I can, without losing data, add the disks to RAID and then merge the partitions? All the partitions are of the same type. Or would it easier/better/possible to do this with LVM? Even if I'd have to shrink partitions and copy data to a new LVM one to get it set up properly, would it be better than RAID 0?
I am using ffmpeg for merge wav files to a mov video. My doing is below
1. First extract audio (wav file) from video 2. Create wav file from mp3 track 1 3. Create wav file from mp3 track 2 4 Merge extract audio from video with track 1 and track2. Now finally create a new video with original video's video stream and merged audio stream.
Process is working. However final video is 3-4 times greater than original one. I want that final video should be near about size of original video. As I understand, all three wav files (created from ) make video larger.
I have a compressed text file. The method of compress is unknown.I can see the file contents by using Midnight Commander without a problem but I would like to view the file just with cat. So I am trying to uncompress the file with unzip or gunzip but it does not work.How to check the method the file is compressed with? Is any way to find it with Midnight Commander?
i am using classpath-0.98,jamvm-1.5.4 and arm9 cortex processor. so my question is after install classpath and jamvm on arm9 , i am getting around 30MB FAT file. so tell me some tips how to reduce the size of FAT file as much as possible.
I've a file with a size of 6GB. I would like to compress this file and split them into smaller files. I was also thinking in use bzip2 to compress it, because if offers a good compression rate. How can I split this file into small ones to compress it?
I download a lot of files that have been compressed into separate pieces by winrar, so that a 4gb file will be shown as dozen or so 93mb peices. In windows, using winrar, extracting them was rather easy but in Kubuntu whatever default program is being used throws a fit. In a perfect world I would want to get a open source alternative from synaptic, alternatively anything I can download in RPM I can eventually figure out. I want to avoid trying to get winrar working under wine.
I chose -Server-, if this is more appropriate in -Networking-, just let me know. Basically, I need to be able to merge responses stored in a zone file with responses from an "upstream" authoritative server. I'm in the sad position of needing to "intercept" requests to *part* of a domain (but not restricted to a sub-domain!) and return results for *some* hosts that use an internally routed address, and results for the rest using the public internet addresses. Unfortunately, it's not my domain, so I can't just use views (although I suspect they could end up having some part to play in this, at least potentially)... but instead I have to actually send requests recursing to the other site's external DNS for any hosts my server doesn't have records for in the zone file.
Some background on the situation: I work at a local government, which has a private link / VPN connection to a state government entity, and needs to use internal addresses for some of the state servers, which then get routed over an "internal" network link. But the state uses the same domain name internally and externally, just presenting views to internal clients vs. external clients. -- However, we are only being allowed access to certain of their servers through the internal link, which means that for any other servers that we don't have internal/private access for, we have to visit the public addresses just like anyone else on the internet... So, I can't just send all requests to their internal DNS and get responses, because we'd get IPs for some servers (e.g. their main web site) that we wouldn't then be able to reach using the internal network link.
For Example: Say I have a client machine, "client1", on my network ("my.net"), which uses "mydns1.my.net" for name resolution ... and which needs to access 2 servers on the state network, "private.st.us" and "public.st.us" -- so named based on how "my.net" needs to access them.
The external state DNS server/view ("ext-dns.st.us") responds to requests with something like: private.st.us -- 184.108.40.2066 public.st.us -- 220.127.116.117 (Those are just crap addresses, obviously.
The internal state DNS server/view ("int-dns.st.us") responds to requests with something like: private.st.us -- 10.0.0.8 public.st.us -- 10.0.0.10 This works on their network because their own clients have access to all such IPs.
But for us, they only allow traffic flowing between "my.net" and their internal network to reach the 10.0.0.8 address, blocking all other address destinations. So, when "client1.my.net" asks "mydns1.my.net" for the address of "public.st.us", I need "mydns1" to recurse out to "ext-dns.st.us" to get an answer (18.104.22.1687) and then return that IP to "client1" -- because "my.net" is blocked from accessing the server's 10.0.0.10 address. But, when client1 asks mydns1 for "private.st.us" I need to pull the IP (10.0.0.8) from a local zone file instead of asking either of the state DNS servers -- or optionally forward the request to "int-dns.st.us" I suppose -- because the state blocks access to certain services (which we need and are the whole cause of this problem!) via the public (22.214.171.1246) address.
How does Debian preserve/merge config file information during software upgrades? My google searches left me a little unclear on this point. Also (if you happen to know) does Ubuntu use the same method?
All my torrents go to my home/username/Download/ folder, I could read/write yesterday but now I cant even copy the files to a flash drive.The error i get is "Cannot create regular file '/home/username/Download/file' : Read only file system.
I have a movie split into 3 iso image files, say, movie-1.iso,movie-2.iso, and movie-3.iso I did the following:
[ewn]# cd /mnt [mnt]# mkdir disk1 disk2 disk3 [mnt]# mount -t iso9660 -o ro,loop=/dev/loop0 /media/Hitachi_SATA_2TB/iso_files/Movies/movie-1.iso /mnt/disk1 [mnt]# mount -t iso9660 -o ro,loop=/dev/loop1 /media/Hitachi_SATA_2TB/iso_files/Movies/movie-2.iso /mnt/disk2
the files for disk2, disk3 are exactly the same except disk2 has 2 .vob files instead of 3. Can I make this work by changing the names of some of these files before merging them into one directory and then running the mkisofs command to create a new single iso image? If so, what names do I give so that the movie plays correctly? If not, just how do you do this?
My laptop has 80GB HDD Space, and sometime ago I installed fedora 13 inside windows with 15 gb space for it. Now, I have removed windows and the disk space is recovered. So the disk space is split up like this. 15GB for Linux + 42GB + 21 GB. I just want to know whether I can extend this 15gb so that the full of 80GB can be used without having to mount it. Or in other words can I remove the partition and make it into one single drive.
problem that I have in red hat enterprise linux version 5. I intend to create a file system but I'm having troubles because it show me an error after typing the command to create a filesystem:mke2fs �b 4096 /dev/sap (mke2fs �b 4096 /dev/<device>)The error finish with a message: "The device apparently does not exist; did you specify itcorrectly?" I don�t understand why this happens
I want to create a single file for my installer which will display the user license and when the user agrees it will ask for the user name and password and then install the package. The package is an rpm package. I have seen some programs which will do this like Java JDk setups.
I am working on JNI(Java Native Interface) on fedora 7 where i need to create a .so file of .c.(For example Hello.c to Hello.so). But i am not getting options to be used with the "cc" command. What option or the command.
Trying to create a ks file to install all packages (fedora 12 of course). The file have in it:
%packages @ everything kernel kernel-devel
which used to work in RHEL, but in here, I get the message on screen: "You have specified that the group 'everything' should be installed. This group does not exist. Would you like to continue or abort". so what's the group name/code to install all packages?
I recently finished installing Fedora 9 on a Prolient ML 330 G6 Server, but i configured the SATA hard drives to be viewed as four seperate hard drives. I was asked to merge the drives to be seen as one 800GB hard drive, my biggest fear is that we had set up Samba to share folders between fedora 9 giving specific users access to specific files saved on the Prolient server, will those settings be lost.And could you call that a File Server or do you have to enter any more settings And also if anyone could point me to a tutorial on Logical Volume Management and Raid specifically for fedora 9
I'm new member in this forum. i have problem with my nautilus and may this sounding silly question. how to display option "compress" and "extract here" at right click file on nautilus ? i'm using ubuntu 11.04 and nautilus elementary 2.32.2 i was installed "file-roller" but option compress and extract here not display ?
I was wondering how to create a GNOME screensaver from a video file? I don't really care what video format the screensaver creator supports because I can always transcode the video with ffmpeg or mencoder. I also, don't care if the creator uses proprietary formats such as mpeg, mpeg4, avi, etc. I do however want the program to create an installable screensaver.