A few reasons. But first of, there are a few users who did set up binary repo's, they are listed in the wiki.You probably are referring to the PPA'a that are available for Debian based distros. Biggest negative for that, especially for a rolling distro, no idea what deps any of these packages are build on, so you could expect that most of these packages would be broken very o
Somehow my movie and TV Show folder was turned into a "binary file". It does not look like the files were deleted as the hard drive is still as full as it was before these binary files replaced the folder. When I click on the binary file I'm presented with a error message saying I don't have permissions.
When the OS stores a .txt file (for example), how does it denote whitespace or a newline?
If I'm not mistaken, all data is stored on the hard drive in binary. So is there a certain binary sequence that signals a newline? Or is there a character or characters that signal the OS once the file has been read from binary?
anyone knows how can i find a string in a multiple binary files in a multiple directories and display the file name containing the string?
i mean i have lots of folders with binary files and i am looking for specific string within one of these files i would like to know the right syntax to use for this kind of search, i know i should run strings or something similar.