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    There were a few issues here, mostly minor ones....

    There were a few issues here, mostly minor ones. The biggest one was that when you specify relative paths the links are not correct unless they go in the current directory (no wonder). I solved that...
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    I assume you are sure that the destination .exe...

    I assume you are sure that the destination .exe files (or whatever the .lnk's point to) do exist under the correct location.
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    Don't worry, I don't feel any pressure, I enjoy...

    Don't worry, I don't feel any pressure, I enjoy this, it's just that I don't have much free time.



    There was a small bug related to paths. Please, try the corrected script and see if it gets...
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    Here you are: #!/bin/bash ...

    Here you are:


    #!/bin/bash

    ######################################################################
    # #
    # lnk2symlink by...
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    Of course we could that, but then, that wouldn't...

    Of course we could that, but then, that wouldn't differ much from doing the symlinks manually.

    The scripting capabilities of bash (or any other posix shell, nothing to do with Linux itself really)...
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    It's what it has to do things in a rush. I found...

    It's what it has to do things in a rush. I found a fundamental flaw in the script which renders it useless, because links end pointing to the lnk files, which is not the intended purpose.

    This is...
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    Please, forget about the version above and test...

    Please, forget about the version above and test this one instead:


    #!/bin/bash

    ######################################################################
    # ...
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    No wonder, the path is hardcoded in a sed...

    No wonder, the path is hardcoded in a sed statement. I will redo this to be more generic.
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    Don't worry. It took me long to answer because I...

    Don't worry. It took me long to answer because I was busy with work and personal matters. You are trying to do something at least, that's more than most newcomers do. So you are doing very well.

    ...
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    Strange, there should be two paths in there and I...

    Strange, there should be two paths in there and I can see only one. Can you modify the first line of the script, with a text editor, to make it look like this?


    #!/bin/bash -x

    Then run again...
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    The script is for sure buggy and makes some...

    The script is for sure buggy and makes some assumptions. I don't remember when did I write it, but it was just a quick hack and it might assume some paths. I can look at it. But, can you -please-...
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    By default, the script only works in informative...

    By default, the script only works in informative mode, you need to pass it a parameter so it does the real work. See the help in the script. Maybe that's the problem.

    I can't help you with...
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    Feel free to poke me in this same thread if you...

    Feel free to poke me in this same thread if you need some help.

    Luck in your quest :)
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    Ugh! Another thread has been split. Which...

    Ugh! Another thread has been split. Which rendered useless the link in the notification I got via e-mail with your response. So I had to dive into the forum to search for it. Thanks dog, I know they...
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    Yes. It's dead for good. The server crashed and I...

    Yes. It's dead for good. The server crashed and I have no time (and no reason) to put it back again. Luckily, I found a copy of the file on my local ~/bin. I paste it below after a couple of...
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    Sticky: This is missguiding, since i686 and amd64 are...

    This is missguiding, since i686 and amd64 are different things. Plus, as you say below changing CHOST is neither supported nor advised.



    Plus it only makes sense in a few corner cases under...
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    In the advanced dialog you have many possible...

    In the advanced dialog you have many possible criteria to match windows. The properties you set in that dialog will affect all the windows that matches your criteria. You only need to find a valid...
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    By right clicking the window title bar you can...

    By right clicking the window title bar you can access the advanced window properties. There's some place in that dialogs where you can set fixed properties for a given window so kwin will remember...
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    You should read on I/O schedulers. The issue...

    You should read on I/O schedulers.

    The issue in Windows is not only fragmentation, it's that the OS is dumb like a cow. In Linux, the OS reorders the I/O operations so they are done in a sane way,...
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    When he says "linux 2.4", the first thing that...

    When he says "linux 2.4", the first thing that comes to my mind is an old distribution with a 2.4 kernel, but oh... That's just me guessing, because we have no real info.

    This bit could be...
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    You could boot a linux livecd and do something...

    You could boot a linux livecd and do something like


    dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/hda

    This is not formatting (though), it will just leave your disk completely plain, without partitions.

    Beware...
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    Bash can do without sed or any other additive. ...

    Bash can do without sed or any other additive.


    for file in Audit_trail_*.txt; do
    echo mv "$file" "${file#Audit_trail}KVAT"
    done

    If you like the output, remove "echo" to do the real work....
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    My fault, there should have abeen an "mv" in...

    My fault, there should have abeen an "mv" in between echo and $file, but for some reason it slipped out. So, just pick my command above and change "echo" by "mv" which will have the same effect.
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    Something like this should do the trick: ...

    Something like this should do the trick:


    find /usr/local/kerio/mailstore/store/domainname/ -iname \*.fld -print0 | while IFS= read -r -d '' file; do echo "$file" "${file%.fld}.bad"; done

    If...
  25. Some programs, xrandr amongst them, let you...

    Some programs, xrandr amongst them, let you specify in which display to you want to run the command. Check the xrandr parameters list, particularly -display.

    For the rest, you can always do:

    ...
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