I have a folder with several files. These files are either .xml or .zip files.
These .zip files contain .xml and/or .zip files. These .zip contains also .xml or .zip, and so on... until we finally found .xml files.
In others words, I can have several "levels" of zip before finding my .xml files (cf.
how to create a command in csh that would print files only from 1 folder but as an argument takes home directory for e.g. in my home diecrtory I have 3 folders unix, windows,mac and alot of files. and I running the program as
this should return me files from unix folder without fikes from the home directory.
I want to create zip of a folder from command-line. I can do something like
zip -r folder.zip folder. I want to give the zipped folder same name as the original folder. I can simulate this by writing a script:
zip -r $1 $1
And then doing ./script folder.
Is it possible to do this without writing any script?
I am having a very big problem and that is, whenever I add a new user (via command line with adduser krishna command) the user is created but it's home folder or it's own private folder isn't created but some times it works (tried 15 times worked 3 times) so please can anyone help me out.
Has anybody used this app much? I got it installed, and I can highlight the files that I want to add to an .iso, but when I hit the
button in the middle of the GUI to try and add the files to create the actual .iso it doesn't do anything at all with the highlighted files.....