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skanaksa

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  • skanaksa
    RE: rename a range of files using one-line command
    rename file pre-file *
    Link to this post 26 Aug 09

    rename file pre-file *

  • skanaksa
    RE: What distro is best for a webserver?
    In my opinion you should use Debian, but if you want to start with same more friendly you can use Ubuntu Server Edition + X Server + Gnome Desktop.
    Link to this post 09 Aug 09

    In my opinion you should use Debian, but if you want to start with same more friendly you can use Ubuntu Server Edition + X Server + Gnome Desktop.

  • skanaksa
    RE: Plese give me some suggestion,thx
    Which distro are you using? I can suggest [url=http://www.sciallo.net/ConvertIT/IndiceEN.html]Convert-IT[/url]. It was developed for Ubuntu, and it is just a front-end for mplayer, ffmpeg, imagemagick, ...
    Link to this post 06 Aug 09

    Which distro are you using?

    I can suggest Convert-IT.
    It was developed for Ubuntu, and it is just a front-end for mplayer, ffmpeg, imagemagick, ...

  • skanaksa
    RE: Grub Loading
    From my point of view you have to check: 1) [b]MBR[/b] is well formed. 2) FILESYSTEM data structures have some errors (superblock). If the system recognizes the Filesystem entry then the MBR should be correct (consider this assertion 80% true). To check the filesystem data structures try the command fsck (see here http://linux.die.net/man/8/fsck). If fsck fails to recognize the filesystem maybe data structures managed by kernel drivers are corrupted!!! [b]Superblock[/b] is the most important data structure to check. Read also this: [url]http://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/understanding-unixlinux-filesystem-superblock.html[/url] At this point the situation became very hard to solve.
    Link to this post 27 Jul 09

    From my point of view you have to check:
    1) MBR is well formed.
    2) FILESYSTEM data structures have some errors (superblock).

    If the system recognizes the Filesystem entry then the MBR should be correct (consider this assertion 80% true).

    To check the filesystem data structures try the command fsck (see here http://linux.die.net/man/8/fsck).

    If fsck fails to recognize the filesystem maybe data structures managed by kernel drivers are corrupted!!!
    Superblock is the most important data structure to check.
    Read also this: http://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/understanding-unixlinux-filesystem-superblock.html

    At this point the situation became very hard to solve.

  • skanaksa
    RE: Networking
    First, you need to check if samba has been installed (sudo apt-get install samba). After, you have to configure samba service: add a new user (your user-id), add a network share. Read this: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SettingUpSamba
    Link to this post 23 Jul 09

    First, you need to check if samba has been installed (sudo apt-get install samba). After, you have to configure samba service: add a new user (your user-id), add a network share.
    Read this: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SettingUpSamba

  • skanaksa
    RE: Video Converter for Ubuntu !!!
    If you want to use some UI then try VLC (http://www.videolan.org/vlc/features.html). The best command line tool I know is ffmpeg (http://ffmpeg.org/)
    Link to this post 23 Jul 09

    If you want to use some UI then try VLC (http://www.videolan.org/vlc/features.html).
    The best command line tool I know is ffmpeg (http://ffmpeg.org/)

  • skanaksa
    RE: video decoder drivers for linux
    I agree with Rubberman. Also Look at Video4Linux project: http://linux.bytesex.org/v4l2/
    Link to this post 23 Jul 09

    I agree with Rubberman.
    Also Look at Video4Linux project: http://linux.bytesex.org/v4l2/

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