Just a quick bash command to rename all files in a directory in a numbered sequence. This is going to rename all jpg files in the directory to 1.jpg, 2.jpg, 3.jpg and so on.
I am posting this for my future reference. Also it my help passers by. If you are using CentOS 6 (maybe others too). To reset the root password use the following steps:- sudo service mysqld stop sudo service mysqld startsos mysql -u root Now you will be at mysql prompt. Here type:- UPDATE mysql.user SET [...]
Do you know that pen drives are formatted in FAT32? Do you know that maximum file size supported by FAT32 is 4GB? Did you ever try to copy files bigger than 4GB in your pen drive, only to be confronted by some error? Today we have pen drives of 8GB, 32GB and more capacity ones [...]
This has been a major headache for me to reboot to Windows just to surf my net, and to update my Linux machine I had to forward the internet connection from a Windows computer to my Linux machine. None-the-less I eventually managed to make it work to day. Note that I managed to make it [...]
I love Linux. Why? Because it has so many cool cool cool … commands like grep, sed, find, etc. Of all the commands, I use grep the most. If grep is taken out of Linux then I will be severely crippled. Almost everyday I need to use it. I will give you a recent case [...]
After completing a big and satisfying project you may want to collect various stats about your project. One of them is the total number of lines of code your project has. As with all big projects it will probably have large number of files tucked into various directories and sub-directories and sub-sub-directories,…. you get the [...]