I am using this code below to delete files. Doing this permanintly deletes them, is it poseble to send them to the Resicle Bin instead? System.IO.File.Move(OriginalImagePath, NewImagePath) Hendri Bissolati [email protected]
I have a VPS with Ubuntu 9.04. I've setup ISPConfig etc as per the Perfect Server Howto Forge pages. However I'm getting a problem with the configuration of maildrop, I get Code: temporary failure. Command output: ERR: authdaemon: s_connect() failed:
i am trying to generate a linux executable data (bin data) from my java source code.
I just wonder where to find the source of /bin/login , I've searched in coreutils, there are many commands source code, but not include /bin/login.where can I find it ? which SRPM contains that?
how to delete files with .db extension and shortcuts from the recycle bin? When i right click -> delete, I'm getting "are you sure" -> "yes" -> nothing happens.
I have this problem that I need to solve. Here is the link. [URL] .... I have to design something to search words according to that and I think I can do it but the problem I am having is how would I go about doing this? I think I can design something
I am trying to create a dump of a specific database by going through the bin logs. For instance, I'd like to achieve the following: Create a dump of the database 'database00' with a stop-datetime of 2010-03-19 09:00:00. I do not want any of the data
Can I save an array into my .bin file then read the array again just like a string or Integer??
im new to coding (started coding last month) so im a little stuck on how to do this, im making some emulation programs to learn coding with, and a part of it is to point the app to a .iso/.bin file and scan the data inside of the iso/bin to check if
Cronjob is not working for a script on a clients cpanel account: He set it up to grab from the path below and it is giving this error: /bin/sh: /usr/bin/wget: Permission denied The cronjob that is running is: /usr/bin/wget -O - -q [url] This is a cpa
I just opened my Trash bin, and there were maybe 12-15 items in ithere. But when I use Secure Delete, the pop-up box says there are 931 items, and it then proceeds to delete them---I guess.I only saw the 12-15 files, and that's it. Info: iMac, Mac O
I am using a totally legal Microsoft office for Mac. I do not set to share any thing from my Mac to anyone. I got this warning in the log and I do not know whether there is any problem with it. I am a bit paranoid if any spyware/trojan that is trying
I want to print, using locate, all the paths that contain the element /bin/ but only one instance of each one. If I issue 'locate /bin/' then I have many screens of text with, for example, /usr/bin/foo1 /usr/bin/foo2 /home/me/bin/foo3 whereas I want
I use openSUSE 11.4 64 bits, KDE and FireFox 5.0. I regularly update. When trying to reach my bank, I get the following error: Code: icedteanp plugin error: Failed to run /usr/lib64/jvm/java-1.6.0-openjdk/jre/bin/java. For more detail rerun "firefox
I've opensuse 11.2 and I have all java packages installed, but Java Plugin for firefox doesn't work.I'm getting this error: Code: [B]gcjwebplugin error: Failed to run /etc/alternatives/../../bin/java. For more detail rerun "firefox -g" in a term
I keep getting this error message, I did a search and didn't find a solution to my Java browser problems gcjwebplugin error: Failed to run /etc/alternatives/../../bin/java. For more detail rerun "firefox -g" in a terminal window. System: openSUS
Using Slackware 12.0 32-bit. KDE KDE 4.2.4.When I choose the Menu (Kickoff Application Launcher)then choose Development, and then 'Emacs' I get the version of emacs that came with the distribution. It is at /usr/bin In the meantime, I have installed
When I open the minecraft.jar file with p7zip on Linux, I can't delete the META-INF folder. This is the error: Error: /home/davide/.minecraft/bin/minecraft.jar is not supported archive System error: Operation not permitted
Is there a command for showing only the readable signs uit of /usr/bin/passwd?
I can't download the bin file for some reason... Quote: