General :: Creating Watch On One Directory In Which Files Are Continuously Coming?

May 4, 2010

Actuaaly i am creating watch on one directory in which files are continuously coming.Is there any command which can give listing of all files who have come in last 24 hrs.

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General :: Enabled Directory Browsing And Could Watch Files In The Browser On PS3?

Sep 22, 2010

Not sure if this was the right place to post this. Recently installed Ubuntu Netbook remix on my netbook. On Windows I used IIS and pointed my website to a directory full of video files all in .avi containers, enabled directory browsing and could watch files in the browser on my PS3.

I'm wondering how I go about doing this in Apache? Since there isn't any GUI to do it for me like in IIS :P.

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General :: Creating A Script That Removes The Oldest Files On /tmp Directory?

Nov 17, 2010

I'm trying to configure a script the deletes the file and directories with more than 10 weeks on my /tmp directory, this is what i'm trying to do:


#Script para borrado de ficheros y PDFs de /tmp
### Directorios/PDFs a borrar


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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: When Watch Film On TV By Using HDMI,Sound Is Coming From Pc Not TV?

Sep 19, 2010

OS Information
OS: Linux 2.6.34-12-desktop i686
Current user:


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General :: Ssh: Continuously Synchronize Files, One Way?

Aug 1, 2011

Scenario: An IDE is set up on a Linux desktop box, editing PHP files locally. Every time I save a file, I want this change to appear on the linux server where Apache is running. The server has ssh (and samba and nfs for that matter).As a reference, when I edited files on Windows, I finally came over WinSCP as the exact tool I needed - WinSCP have just this feature present, with initial synch and then continuous update, using the filesystem watch service: "Keep Remote Directory up to Date".

On Linux, one could argue that sshfs could be employed to sidestep the need for synchronization entirely. On windows, a samba-share would do the same. However, I want the IDE to work with local files (on a SSD disk!), not having to go over the network to do PHP indexing and whatnots, which takes ages.But sshfs might be a part of the solution nevertheless - so that the continuous synchronization just needed to be done between two local directories.

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OpenSUSE :: Disable Creating .directory Files?

May 30, 2011

I'm using openSUSE 11.4 (x86_64) with KDE: 4.6.00 (4.6.0) "release 6"Everytime I visit a direcotorya hidden file ".directory" is created. How to disable that? Is There a possibility to disable that behaviour only for public_html directory

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General :: Find Continuously Growing Files In The File System?

Apr 23, 2010

How to find continuously growing files in the file system?

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CentOS 5 Server :: Crontab Creating Blank Files In Root Directory?

Jul 10, 2009

I've just discovered that crontab is creating a new file in the root directory every time it executes a cronjob, and it doesn't erase over the old file so there are thousands of files in the root directory, they have the same name as the script file (appended with a numeral) but are all is what one of the cronjob's looks like[URL]

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General :: Permissions - Would Map The Owner Id Of Files Coming From Other Computers To The Account Name In /etc/passwd?

Feb 8, 2010

When I use ls -al to show files downloaded from internet,

-rw-rw-r-- 1 427 6011 7544 Jul 20 2006 INSTALL
-rw-rw-r-- 1 427 6011 4229 Dec 9 15:36
-rw-rw-r-- 1 427 6011 27893 Dec 10 17:47

I can see the owner and group ids are shown because there are no corresponding entries in /etc/passwd and /etc/group respectively. I don't know much about linux and dare not to edit these files, I wonder if somebody already knows whether linux would map the owner id of files coming from other computers to the account name in /etc/passwd and display them when necessary (for example, when using ls -al)?

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General :: Creating A .txt File In A Specified Directory?

Apr 26, 2011

I have create a perl script, which create a text file, and it works well. But i want this to create in a specified directory.

THe scrip is:

use POSIX;
#Directory where the text file will be created.
$directory = '/space/data';


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General :: Creating A Script To Move Or Copy Files Into Multiple Directories Below The Files?

Aug 25, 2009

How can you create a script to move or copy files from a main directory into multiple directories below the main directory.

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General :: Creating User Home Directory?

Sep 14, 2010

I've a user account in a remote machine. but it doesn't have a home directory in that machine.Is it possible to create a home directory without having root account details. If yes, how it can be done.

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General :: Creating Hard Link To Directory?

Jul 3, 2009

I have heard that creating hard link to a directory is not possible however when reading the man page of "ln" the "-d/-f" option says hard link directories ( super-user only). Thus this mean the super user i.e root can create hard link to directory and not a normal user , If yes then you . Even on specifying the above options I get a operation not permitted for a super user.

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General :: Create User Without Creating Home Directory?

Aug 28, 2010

How to create the user without creating home directory?

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General :: Can't Login Due To Created User Without Creating A Home Directory?

Apr 29, 2010

This may be a rookie mistake, but I created a user (new user) in Linux on a Ubuntu system and didn't actually create the home directory for this user. Now, when I log in, it says there are problems... If I delete the path home/<new user> and try to log in the system tells me I can use root as home directory but I will likely experience problems, and then it won't let me log in. What is the best way to create this directory with the appropriate permissions? Should I just create another user and delete this one?

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General :: Creating A Directory Structure - And Setup File Security?

May 15, 2010

jump into a Linux class in college with only 3 weeks left in the course. I thought I would be able to catch on, and go figure, it didn't exactly happen that way. I was given an assignment to do, and I am so far lost it isn't even funny. I need to create a directory structure, set up file security, create a step by step instruction manual on how to copy/delete said files, and create a guide to common Linux commands. How would I create these files in root and share them with the other users? and where can I find a list of common commands and their functions?

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Ubuntu Security :: Trojan Virus Keeps Coming In Share Directory?

Sep 27, 2010

After some time i always see a trojan virus in my ubuntu machines shared folder. It is an exe detected by ClamAv as Trojan.Autokit-77 I thought i was getting it from some windows machine on the network but that isn't the case. I deleted the virus and removed my computer from the network and still the virus comes back. My computer however, is still connected to the internet through an independent mobile broadband usb stick.

So where is the virus coming from and why is it going to my shared folder. I thought ubuntu would not allow the virus to do something like this without me giving it permission. I am running 10.4.

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General :: Perform A Long Directory Listing Of All Files In The /bin Directory That Have Exactly Three Characters In Their Name?

Jan 18, 2010

How do you perform a long directory listing of all files in the /bin directory that have exactly three characters in their name?

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General :: Files Created In A Directory Owned By Directory Group?

Jan 29, 2010

Is there a way, on Linux, to cause all new files created in a directory to be owned by the directory's group instead of the creating user's group?

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General :: Cronjob Directory / Send An Email If Directory Contains More Than Ten Files?

Oct 13, 2010

I want to run a cronjob every 15 minutes that checks a directory for files. If the directory contains more than ten files I want it to send an email to me.

All I have is this...

*/15 * * * * ls -l | wc -l | [filename] | mail -s "This is just a test" [email address]

I would rather not write a bash script. Is there an easier way to do this? I was looking into some commands like find and grep.

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General :: Find Directory Older Than X And Mv Directory With Sub Files Command?

Jul 13, 2011

I'm quite new to linux but I have configured a simple ftp server and it's working great. I have a FTP-Shared folder with upload and download subfolders. Under upload's and download's I have identical category subfolders like mp3's, movies, software etc. in both. As the guy's upload, I would like to create a line crontab where I can move all the content under /FTP-Shared/upload/mp3/* older than 14 day's to FTP-Shared/downloads/mp3/ recursively (Like in cp command), but the timestamp must be searched on the first directory and not sub files example: /mp3/Club Dance/CD1/Hallo world.mp3This is how far I got:[root@clients ~]# /usr/bin/find /FTP_Shared/upload/Mp3s/ -depth -mindepth 1 -mtime +14 -type d -exec mv -f {} /FTP_Shared/download/Mp3s/ ;This command moves the directory and files, but it is not recursively

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General :: Creating Files In Red Hat ?

Feb 14, 2011

Creating Files in Red Hat Linux ?

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General :: Symlink Each Of The Files In One Directory To Another Directory?

Feb 11, 2011

If I have a directory /foo with a few files in it, how do I symlink each entry in /foo into /bar/? For instance, if /foo has the files a, b and c, I want to create three symlinks:

/bar/a -> /foo/a
/bar/b -> /foo/b
/bar/c -> /foo/c

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General :: Creating Multi Volume Tar Files?

May 29, 2010

full snapshot of ArchLinux Repo for x86_64I want to use this as my restore backup should I need to reinstall Arch without network support.How do I build several *tar volumes of my /mount/my_repo to fit into 4.5GB DVDs ... the thing is 18 GB size...How do I extract all the *tar created to a folder later on...? is it the same as extracting a single *tar, will tar find all volumes in the same directory level so as to continue extracing or do I need to merge them in some way

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General :: Creating Random Large Files?

Aug 27, 2010

how I can randomly write / create a 1 GB file in bash to test disk / network i/o? I was told I could use the 'dd' command but I don't know if there are some better ways and or what the 'dd' command looks like.

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General :: Concatenating 2 Files Without Creating Newline Between Them?

Dec 23, 2010

Concatenating two files without creating a newline between them? So how is it possible to do that? I've tried the following:
echo 123 > file1
echo 456 > file2
cat file2 file2 > file3


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General :: Download Helper Creating Zero Size Files

Mar 30, 2011

I've got a small problem with dwhelper. Now when I'm trying to download anything from ..... DH doesn't download and creates only empty files.

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General :: Sendmail - Creating Queue Files Directly?

Jul 27, 2010

I am directly creating "qf" & "df" files into the sendmail queue folder and then processing this queue by command line. This is the only way to export data and email from this old application I am stuck with.This works quite well in my test enviornment but I am really new to linux/sendmail and just looking for any feedback on this process. Is this direct creation of queue files safe and any pitfalls that I should be aware of?

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Ubuntu :: Copying Files To A Directory And Skip The Files That Already Exist In The Directory?

Jun 30, 2011

How would i go about copying files to a directory, yet skip the files that already exist in the directory, and also remove the files that are in the directory. For example:


$ls /dir1


Now i would like to copy from dir1 to dir2, but the contents of dir2 would be:


$ls /dir2

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General :: Why Scanning 10 Pages Is Always Creating Huge >45Mb To 110Mb PDF Files

Jan 9, 2011

Please why my scanning is always creating huge 50Mb to 100Mb PDF files ?Each A4 Pnm file is of 6.5Mbytes by resolution of 150.If I decrease the resolution lower than 100, then it starts to be unreadable my text ...

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