I've been using this line to remove spaces from file names in Linux.
Usually Windows users like to add spaces in the file names, I prefer dashes (-) or under scores (_) instead, they are easy to manage in the console.
I've found this command a long time ago in a forum, and still have it on my personal notes.
Here posted for everybody:
for file in *; do mv "$file" `echo $file | sed -e 's/ */_/g'
Not sure if I'm on the right track here, but you can start/stop/enable/disable etc NetworkManager with: systemctl start NetworkManagerwifi-menu will not work if NetworkManager is running and vice-versa.I use NetworkManager, but if I don't boot into a gui cause somethings broken, then I have to stop NetworkManager in order for wifi-menu to work.
While looking into how to set up some static DNS-SD services in our network, I came across http://www.dns-sd.org/ServerStaticSetup.html, which states that Active Directory's DNS server does not support DNS names with spaces in them.
Does anyone know if this is still true (as the page feels rather old)?
I have a script that "validates" a ZIP file that look like this
My task is to compare its contents (i.e the list of files contained inside) with the control file that is provided inside the ZIP file itself.