I am unable to get this script to work as desired. Basically, if an argument "log" is sent into the script, it outputs the result of the Make to a file output.log. However, if the argument is not passed, I want the output to be just put on screen (no redirection).
I'm interested in an application that could "import" several (max around 100) pdf files, and after I make annotation in every single one, it could generate a "report" with all my notes. For example, consider having 2 pdf files, this application would generate:
"my notes on file 1" - File1,page2, .... "my notes on file 2" - File2, page 3 etc.
I recently downloaded the latest version of Java (1.8.0_05) and discovered that make-jpkg doesn't recognize it and is unable to create a debian package from the *.tar.gz file.It seems make-jpkg is hard-coded for the various java releases and hasn't been updated to recognize anything past Java 7. I edited this file:/usr/share/java-package/oracle-j2sdk.shand inserted a few lines, at
Hi everybody, can everyone give me an advice about "Make start up disk" GUI? I love to use this tool to create live USB because is straight forward and beginner friendly , however it does not seems to work in my system.
I am trying to write a script to find some files in a directory
Example: if i have files like
2014-02-01_dddd.txt and some other files how can i just check to see if there four files exits or not i tried some thing like this
if [ -f $FILE ];
echo "File $FILE exists"