Recently while working on the LinuxDC++ over the network the application crashed while downloading files. Now my Downloads folder which had at least 60-80GB of data is completely cleaned but the system is not reporting the available the correct free space.
I have Windows 8.1 and was attempting to delete a folder from my MP3 directory on my computer. The folder is still showing up in my MP3 folder and will open (with nothing in it) when I double-click it. If I try to delete it again, Windows tells me the folder is not found. I can't seem to make it disappear from my MP3 folder.
Is it OK to delete /boot/usr folder because it contains copies of some folders from the /usr folder and I'm running out of disk space. What folder should be in the /boot folder and how do I know if a folder is not needed through the files and directories tree?
Right now I was asked to create a simple application in which a person can take a photo. And that photo will be saved to a particular folder and that folder cannot be accessed by the main gallery. Only that application can access the folder and see the pictures.
My question is, how do you add or call the Camera in the application?