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Posts posted by xtremee

  1. Hi guys,


    I would like export the output of a command to a text file but with format. i.e. I need the output line to be each on a new line instead of having all lines side-by-side


    Here is my batch:

    echo.curl  -1 -X GET^    --cert signedIn.pem^    --header "Accept-Charset:UTF-8"^    --header "Accept:application/gooleMaps_v3_1_0+xml;charset=utf-8"^    --header "Accept-Encoding: deflate"^exit

    the output is going to be:

    curl  -1 -X GET   --cert signedIn.pem  --header "Accept-Charset:UTF-8"  --header "Accept:application/gooleMaps_v3_1_0+xml;charset=utf-8" --header "Accept-Encoding: deflate"^

    I would like to have them as follow:

    echo.curl  -1 -X GET^    --cert signedIn.pem^    --header "Accept-Charset:UTF-8"^    --header "Accept:application/gooleMaps_v3_1_0+xml;charset=utf-8"^    --header "Accept-Encoding: deflate"^

    I would like to have both the input and the output to an external file. That is why, I copied the input command again in my batch then added "echo." before it.


    I know that ">" export the output to an text file and ">>" append them to it.


    any idea about how to do so?

  2. Sorry Jaclaz for the conversion. I want to have a certain directory where I can access it from different computers. If I am the only user, then FTP will be perfect.

    But then I thought about sharing it with some friends to share our files. In this case, I am gonna face the problem of files versioning. So that I am thinking about a Dropbox like service without any Cloud files storing (i.e. all files have to be shared within a closed ring/ without putting them on the internet)

    I hope it is clear now.

  3. Thanks guys for your inputs.

    well, I would like to create a shared folder that can be updated automatically across all my computers. It's like what Dropbox does but without depending on any cloud.

    The following points are vital for me:
    1. Files offline mode supported (I may leave one of my computers/server always on)
    2. Auto Sync functionality.
    3. I can control who have the access.

    For that I have found two programs:
    1. Bitttorrent Sync
    2. AeroFS

    In Aero FS, I got worried when it asked me for my signed in User name and Password. I am afraid that they may store some stuff on cloud.
    On the other side, when I used Bittorrent Sync, it seems promising as it only share within my local network with secret keys.

    This was just very first 5 min experience I have just got with those two programs.

    Anyone has a same experience with such programs? or have a better idea?

  4. Hallo All,


    I am working on a server that use the following encryption ecdhe_ecdsa_aes_128_sha

    Unfortunately, this encryption has not been more supported starting from firefox 25 and Chrome 26. This means, I can use my Rest client to send my requests anymore.


    The only working method so far is by using Curl. Do you have an other work around to keep working with my requests on browser?

  5. Oh sorry, I missed some information

    1. Ubuntu version: Ubuntu Desktop Ubuntu 14.04 LTS
    2. How did I create it? I just use Pen Drive Linux's USB Installer software and followed the steps mentioned on Ubuntu's Website (http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop/create-a-usb-stick-on-windows) which I believe they are so simple and just two or three clicks.
    3. SD card partationed used Fat32 (by Pen Driver Linux's USB tool)
    4. Why am I sure that the SD card is working? Cause I haven't got any error from Pen Driver Linux's USB Installer also I am trying right now to try to boot this physical driver using Virtual Box and it seams it is a bit complicated...


    I have tried to install android-x86-4.4-RC1 on my SD Card (Info: http://techposts.org/install-android-4-4-2-kitkat-computer-laptop/) using "unetbootin-windows-585". The operation completed successfully. But when I tried to boot it I got the same message "Operating System not found".

    I believe the problem is not in the image or how the bootable device is created. It is more in the how to boot from SD Card. Cause the booting options in Sony Vaio is not like the regular booting option.

    Any suggestions?!

  6. Hi,

    I have a Sony Vaio Ultrabook SVT 131 with Pro Duo SD Card slot. I have installed a live Ubuntu on a 2 GB Sony SD Card and plugged it in my Ultrabook. Then I am trying boot my Ultrabook from the SD Card.

    First I have accesed the BIOS setting and enabled booting from Media devices also I have choosed to boot from Media devices. Unfortunately I got "No operating system message" when I booted. I am sure that my SD is bootable. I downloaded last Ubuntu ISO then use USB tools to extract and create a live version on my SD Card.

    I have also tried to change Boot option from UEFI to the normal legacy but I have got the same.

    Any ideas?!

  7. Hi all,

    I have few sentences that I'd like to write them in Polish. But unfortunately I didn't now Polish so that I have used Google for them also tried my best to write them in Polish using other dictionaries.

    All I'm looking for now, is somebody to proof read them.

    Can anybody help me there?

    Thanks :)

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