The question: On Windows 7 x64 the following line run from a CMD window simply opens another CMD Window. It does not actually run myprog.exe. START “c:program filesmyprogrammyprog.exe” Is there some special usage I need to know about START command? Thanks. The Solutions: Below are the methods you can try. The first solution is probably … Read more
How can I get screen to execute a command and then detach (That is, automatically in a single script without further input beyond initially starting the script)? e.g. I run myscript.sh and it automatically starts a screen session, executes a command, then detaches.
The question: What command do I use to find the size of all the files (recursively) in a Linux or Mac OS X directory? The Solutions: Below are the methods you can try. The first solution is probably the best. Try others if the first one doesn’t work. Senior developers aren’t just copying/pasting – they … Read more
I want to delete some files/directories from my Time Machine Partition using rm, but am unable to do so. I’m pretty sure the problem is related to some sort of access control extended attributes on files in the backup, but do not know how to override/disable them in order to get rm to work. An example of the error I’m getting is:
When one starts typing a search request on Google search page, Google shows a dropdown with some popular completion suggestions. There are often useful or funny things there.
Is there a command equivalent to ‘ps’ on Unix that can list all processes on a Windows machine?
The question: I’m looking for a terminal emulator on Windows 7 (64 bit) with a specific feature: to be able to split the command prompt window into multiple panes. It’s a great feature of Terminator for gnome, I think this image describes it best: Notice that every pane is a different shell with different applications … Read more
What is the Windows equivalent of the Linux/Unix command
So after some time of searching on Google and Super User (and scanning man pages) I was unable to find an answer to something that (I think) should be simple:
I just did a major system upgrade (CPU, MB, RAM). The old HD doesn’t like my new equipment (which resulted in a BSOD). I feel like I could fix the issue if I knew how to disable the auto-restart.