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=== Update 11/2013 == Sooo, I found that the below script didn’t do really what I wanted and I got a lot of files from 2012 in 2013 folders. So I’ve changed it around to use stat and maybe exif … Continue reading
So the other day, I was helping a user get back some files that got deleted on the local disk of a CentOS 6.3 server. Here’s pretty much the steps I did: Unmount the partition: umount /tmp Make an image … Continue reading
I finally started to upload stuff I work on in my own time/hardware on github. Check out my okayryan username. So far I just have a named check zone wrapper and a fedora 18 ansible playbook.
I used this today to just check and make sure what files I can remove off my sdcard. I just simply checked the filesize on the files and make sure it was the same in my Pictures directory in my … Continue reading
Just submitted a bug report for shotwell on Ubuntu 12.10: Basically, when trying to publish a picture to my piwigo website, I get an invalid username or password if my password has a & in it. Piwigo version: 2.4.5 shotwell version: … Continue reading
I like to use sed for all my string replacements when I’m in bash or use the %s option in vim. Unfortunately, when I have to get rid of newlines, I always end up doing a macro that join lines … Continue reading
For the longest time, I never noticed that there was a contrib directory in gcc’s source archive. Not only that, but the download_prerequisites script does an amazingly simple job that saves me minutes off a single gcc compile. What does … Continue reading
I was able to use the ZAR data recovery software to restore an entire directory full of images after someone deleted their folder via the camera. http://www.z-a-recovery.com/download.htm Pretty good software and I like their name of “Zero Assumption Recovery.” Remember … Continue reading
I haven’t done a command in the week in such a long time that I hoped to semi resurrect into at least a monthly-weekly adventure. The sys_basher command is an excellent tool to perform some tests on cpu, memory, and … Continue reading