I backed up about 19GB of my Web Server today compressed into a .tar.gz. I then split these files into 4300MB chunks (approx 4.2GB). I then used k3b to write 2 parts of the archive these to a Dual Layer DVD. The burn went fine but I cannot seem to mount said DVD. I tried the following;
matt@matt-u:/media$ sudo mount -t udf /dev/sr0 /media/cd
mount: block device /dev/sr0 is write-protected, mounting read-only
mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/sr0,
missing codepage or helper program, or other error
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 trying to install an update, I deleted all the programs from my Ubuntu 9.10. Now I can not get my pictures, documents and music from the computer. I tried booting from a Ubuntu Live CD but when I get to the folder of my documents it says "you do not have the permissions necessary to view the contents of "My_Folder"". I tired the nautilus command but that only lets me view the files and not copy them.
As the topic title states, I would like to know the preferred way of viewing the contents of a Berkeley DB file. The machine the file is on is running SuSE 9.3, with perl 5.8.6 and php 5.2.0 installed. (I'm not sure if stating that was necessary, but my understanding is that the more information I can provide you, the better. The purpose to this question is this: I have been requested to look into coming up with some form of Geocoding software for one of my company's clients. Specifically, I've been requested to look into trying to obtain Census tract/block information.
I discovered the Perl module Geo::Coder::US, which uses Census input (TIGERLine files) to create a Berkeley DB file, then reads said file to produce its own output. However, the output from Geo::Coder::US only provides latitude and longitude information.At the moment, my only interest is in popping the Berkeley DB file generated with the import script packaged with the Geo::Coder::US module. I'm trying to see what the contents of that DB file are, so I can determine if the information I'm after is even in there in the first place.
I already had ubuntu 32 bit version 9.10. but due to some tool compatibility reason I need even the 64 bit version 9.10. I dint want to delete 32 bit version so I wanted to install both on my system. I have windows vista as well.
So I booted with 64 bit version of Ubuntu, went on with the installation, until the point were it asks to choose the partition. 32 bit version had 16GB allocated and 10GB free. so I thought I will make new 8GB partition from the 10GB free space. So I selected the partition and clicked on change, and specified 8GB and ext4 format and mount point as "/". I clicked on continue and in a few seconds it popped up with an ERROR message, which I can't remember exactly, but it meant to say that it could not make the changes as the disk to which the changes were made is in use. So I should not use it until I reboot. So I rebooted and now I have grub error : file not found and grub rescue> prompt.
I tried to boot with the 64 bit CD again with the option of trying ubuntu without making any changes and it does show the 16 GB partition, but when I mount that partition I do not see any folders in the partition except for a folder named "lost+found". I try to view the contents of this and it says I do not have the permissions.
I am running Fedora 9 in virtual box on laptop. Want to set Fedora display size so that I will not have to scroll up or down or sideways to view screen contents. Have tried a couple of options such a resize box and change from full size but these do not help reduce size of Fedora display. Am wondering if it as something to do with the rectangular size of laptop monitor???
I'm trying to view directly a partition with a damaged filesystem on it (NTFS) and so far the hex editors I tried do not do that. I tried GHex for example and it complained that /dev/sda is not a file. The partition is unmountable as NTFS however since it is damaged so I couldn't mount it first. Are there any hex editors out there that would allow me to view the contents directly and copy and paste stuff in there?
You do not have the permissions necessary to view the contents of "data". and the same error for the other partition "data 2" These 2 partitions are made with fedora 12.Screenshot.png - 689 KbBoth are ext3 filesistem.In file browser when i selecte one of these partitions, after it asks for the password the partition disappears from "places"
I made USB live and successfully mounted usb. Commands I used are shown below:
sudo fdisk -l in response to the first command: sdb1 250GB(this is the target) sudo mkdir /mnt/usbflash sudo mount -t auto /dev/sdb1 /mnt/usbflash
All done without any problems. However, when I tried to open file /mnt/usbflash, a dialogue jumps out says "do not have permissions neccessary to view the contents of usbflash". I googled it and found out someone solved this with Alt+F2 and type in 'gksu nautilus'. I tried, and it worked!!! However! Not single file of my 200GB files were shown there! How could it be?? I used comman "ls /mnt/usbflash" to check, and it shows correctly the files inside.
I have been working in macromedia dreamviewer for editing html and php files, Just now I moved to linux system by installing xampp , my question is that I need a best html and php editor that supports both the design view and code view as like in dreamviewer.
Ubuntu 10.10, when I Open My_Data_Disk to see the CD contents, I get the SAME contents of the FIRST CD/DVD I opened; that is, the contents do NOT change when I insert other CDs, even after clicking Reload, etc.
I just upgraded my ubuntu from 10.10 to 11.04 update update manager, it seems everything works fine but there are times when I open such files and no veel pdf document content, also open something in gedit and not let Verel content, I have to restart the pc and there if I can see the contents, my pc is a compaq v3000 laptop with 2 gb of ram
I have a question - what's the best way to edit the contents of an .iso image ?Yes, I know how to mount it and navigate through files and folders. But it's read-only. Mounting with "rw" option also doesn't help.I've heard about 1) mounting, 2) coping everything to a separate directory 3) editing some files, 4) making a new .iso image
I want to copy the contents of a directory through ssh. The problem I'm having is that I can use the cp -r terminal function, but that would cause the directory itself to also be copied. I just simply want whats inside to be copied to another directory. Because of the way I have my server laid out, I would have to copy the entire directory, then copy each element one by one inside that directory into the specified folder. This is really tedious. So, is there a way I can just copy its contents? I was thinking of zipping it, the unzipping it, but when you extract, it once again just creates a new directory, not the contents inside.
If this is confusing, this is what I'm trying to do: Directory: ../random/ Currently after scp -r:
In Ubuntu 10.04, there is a certain file that appears highlighted in terminal. When I try to cat the file, it says there is no such file or directory. How can I see what's in this file? Is this a symbolic link?
I want to export of the current default keyring (wireless network passwords etc.) and import it to another ubuntu 9.10 release on another computer but I can't seem to find much on the subject. Does anyone know how to do this?
I was running 9.10-64, upgraded from 9.04 on a 160GB separate boot drive with a 1TB drive for storage. I had mdadm software RAID on 3 500GB drives. I copied off the contents of the md0 RAID device, formatted from ext3 to ext4, then copied it all back. I operated for several weeks this way with enhanced performance and no issues.note: All drives are on MB SATA-II.I wiped out everything and reloaded the 160GB drive with 10.04-64. I removed dmraid and set up mdadm as before with no immediate problems.
The next day, when I pulled up the contents of the 1TB drive (mapped to /1000), it displayed the contents of the root instead. Curious, I attempted to tunnel down to the /1000 folder from within its own listing of /, and saw no files listed. I proceeded to delete the files in the /1000 folder, whereupon I found that my system became unstable. I must have somehow been deleting files from the root itself.I reloaded again. To check if the SATA connector to the 1TB drive may be somehow suddenly faulty, I reordered the connectors and set up the boot priority in the BIOS to match the new configuration. The next morning, I was once again able to see the contents of / when ls'ing /1000. I carefully checked the entry in fstab, the fdisk -l output, and made sure that the directory wasn't somehow showing as a link.
For the next attempt I decided to take ext4 and mdadm completely out of the equation, hoping it was a bug with some combination of the two under the new kernel or something else which could be corrected by replacing the software RAID with a physical controller at a later date. Instead of RAID, I simply formatted each of the 500's as ext3 and mapped them to /500-1 through /500-3 respectively. However, after a day of normal operation, I am now able to see the contents of / when I ls /500-3. The other 4 drives appear to continue operating normally.I have been unable to pull up a similar post prior to creating this one. Perhaps I don't know how to properly search for this issue. If anyone has seen something similar, please link me to the solution.
When try recover a file from thash folder, i cant see the contents, but, when make properties to the folder, show 47 files on the trash folder, and the docklets of docky, also show files (41 files). Ubuntu Lucid 10.04
Instead of using the Firefox Better Privacy addon or the Macromedia website to manage Flash Cookies (LSO's), I would just like to periodically, delete the ~/.macromedia/Flash_Player/#SharedObjects directory.
So I have a bunch of CDs I have burnt over the past year or two, and only problem is, I would burn them, use it and forget about it. I never bothered labelling it. Now, I want to label them appropriately. Is there any way I can find out the following just looking at the CD contents-
1. Distribution - lucid / karmic / etc 2. Architecture - amd64 or i386 3. Type - server, desktop, alternate etc
I know if I boot into the machine from the CD drive, I can find out, but I prefer not having to do that
I know that you can use ls to list the files in a folder, but is there anyway to list the contents of the other folder? Like, say I have a folder labelled "Records", and inside is 12 folders, one for each month. Is there any way to list the contents of the 12 subfolders without just going into each one with cd and using ls?
I have a large tarball which is bz2 compressed, and I would like to get a md5 sum of the files contained in it, as I have a separate directory on another server containing what I think are the same files. I want to check to see if the tarballs files are the same as the uncompressed files on the remote server. The files are big 10gb+ so I was wondering if there was a quick way without having to uncompress them all and then md5 them.