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Aug
23
comment How do I access my Windows administrative share from Linux?
Ahh... The Home editions do not have the administrative shares enabled. This is probably the reason. Thanks.
Aug
22
comment How do I access my Windows administrative share from Linux?
I have Windows 10. I wrote you that I want to mount //my_IP/c$, so there are no non-English characters in share's name. What do you mean by permissions on the Windows side? I did not change any default permissions. I assume that mounting c$ administrative share should work by default.
Aug
21
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Aug
20
comment How do I access my Windows administrative share from Linux?
Yes. I'm root (su - command) when I try to mount it.
Aug
20
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Aug
19
comment How do I access my Windows administrative share from Linux?
I try to mount C$ administrative share, but it doesn't work. mount.cifs //my_IP/c$ /mnt/c -o user=my_user gives the following message: mount error(13): Permission denied. I tried also without $ character: mount.cifs //my_IP/c /mnt/c -o user=my_user, but it gives: mount error(6): No such device or address. Standard test shares works fine.
Aug
14
comment Vim: how to search +
/+ works for me. VIM version: 7.4. Press n/N to jump to the next/previous found character.
Aug
14
asked Can't adjust screen brightness on ThinkPad W530
Aug
13
revised Interactively remove files in loop with standard input redirection
You can make your code even shorter.
Aug
13
comment Interactively remove files in loop with standard input redirection
+1 for array version. :)
Aug
13
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13
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Aug
13
comment Interactively remove files in loop with standard input redirection
No. $to_remove is defined like this: $to_remove=`find $WORKING_PATH -empty -print`. Afterwards $to_remove is processed. I save result of find in variable in order to not call find twice: $to_remove=`find $WORKING_PATH -empty -print`. $number_of_files=`find $WORKING_PATH -empty -print | wc -l`.
Aug
13
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Aug
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accepted Count deleted files with interactive rm (rm -i)
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