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I'm trying to sync/transfer files from my UNIX box and Android Phone and vice versa.
I know that Android Phones show up seamlessly (mostly) in Linux given their incestuous relationship.
Is there a way to do it in UNIX or more specifically in Solaris 11.3 (i86)?:confused:
I haven't found one... (2 Replies)
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I have a .pcap.gz file and I would like to initially gzip it and then pass the resulting .pcap filename as an argument to a piped tool; the right-hand tool is not standardized linux tool but a custom one that strictly requires the string name of a given .pcap file in order for the pcap file... (2 Replies)
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I have a zipped file a.zip. This has got multiple folders in it say x and y. x contains a.txt and y contains a.txt. Is it possible to unzip this file and have the 2 files extracted and rename them to unique names.
Thanks in advance. (1 Reply)
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I have a zip file created on a Linxux server that I need to extract on a Windows machine...
The zip file containing folders with the same name but they each have a different case, one if camel case and the other is just capitalised. When I extract using 7zip, I get prompted if I want to... (3 Replies)
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There are more than 100 zip files in a directory and i wanted to see if there is a max1157.txt file in any of the zip files without actually unzipping them. Could you please help. Thanks in Advance.
Karthik. (6 Replies)
Discussion started by: karthikk0508
In Linux for .rpm
we can list or view the files using the command
rpm -qpl <file.rpm>
and to extract, the command is
rpm2cpio <file.rpm> | cpio -idvh
I would like to know the commands which has same functionality as above for solaris ( .pkg)
Thanks in Advance (5 Replies)
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I wan to view files in a directory of a specific date. For example a log directory has log files . I want to view the list of the files which were generated on 01-May-2011.
Is there any option/proces to perform it?? (1 Reply)
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I have an excel file generated by system in windows. I am zipping it, transfering to unix and unzipping there. But i'm getting below output while unzipping.
$ /usr/bin/unzip -a 123.zip -d .
When i copy this unzipped xls file to... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: ajaykumarb
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I have a UNIX box where in files are created every 5 minutes. I need to write a shell script which will take in the date as parameter and return me all files created on that day. Also I will like it to show me only files which have a size greater than 0 i.e. non-empty files. how do I go abt this? I... (6 Replies)
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I am transferring a large .zip file (20 GB) from an NT server to HP-UX and Solaris servers. Originally I tried to use info-zip's unzip, but I found out pretty quickly that it does not support files over 4GB. Any suggestions on how to work around this problem? Different decompression utility?... (9 Replies)
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