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After running rsync with the `-a --delete source dest` arguments on my music library to my sd card I am getting the following errors. default_perms_for_dir: sys_acl_get_file(Tears For Fears/Donnie Darko, ACL_TYPE_DEFAULT): No such file or directory, falling back on umask rsync: mkstemp "/media/garrett/MUSIC-SD/Tears For Fears/Donnie Darko/.Mad World.mp3.yr2Xyc" failed: No such file … Article by lewashby in Linux and Unix
Yes, many band names, artits, album names and song names have spaces in them.
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After running rsync with the `-a --delete source dest` arguments on my music library to my sd card I am getting the following errors. default_perms_for_dir: sys_acl_get_file(Tears For Fears/Donnie Darko, ACL_TYPE_DEFAULT): No such file or directory, falling back on umask rsync: mkstemp "/media/garrett/MUSIC-SD/Tears For Fears/Donnie Darko/.Mad World.mp3.yr2Xyc" failed: No such file … Article by lewashby in Linux and Unix
And what you shared has no spaces in any folder or file name. I wonder.
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After running rsync with the `-a --delete source dest` arguments on my music library to my sd card I am getting the following errors. default_perms_for_dir: sys_acl_get_file(Tears For Fears/Donnie Darko, ACL_TYPE_DEFAULT): No such file or directory, falling back on umask rsync: mkstemp "/media/garrett/MUSIC-SD/Tears For Fears/Donnie Darko/.Mad World.mp3.yr2Xyc" failed: No such file … Article by lewashby in Linux and Unix
The sd card is formatted to FAT32 and it has an exact copy of my music foler. So it looks like this. artist1/album1/musicFile1.flac artist1/album1/musicFile.2flat artist1/album2/musicFile1.flac artist2/album1/musicFile1.flac etc...
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I'm writing a code that requires me to import multiple python files that are similiar to that of a .obj file, in the sense that they will create a 3D figure using vertices and lines, etc. The problem is, the files will have the same name for a list (called … Article by Nether_1 in Programming
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I'm writing a code that requires me to import multiple python files that are similiar to that of a .obj file, in the sense that they will create a 3D figure using vertices and lines, etc. The problem is, the files will have the same name for a list (called … Article by Nether_1 in Programming
This sounds like you want to share this array. [Here's the docs for NumPy about shared arrays.](https://pypi.python.org/pypi/SharedArray/)
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I'm writing a code that requires me to import multiple python files that are similiar to that of a .obj file, in the sense that they will create a 3D figure using vertices and lines, etc. The problem is, the files will have the same name for a list (called … Article by Nether_1 in Programming
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I'm writing a code that requires me to import multiple python files that are similiar to that of a .obj file, in the sense that they will create a 3D figure using vertices and lines, etc. The problem is, the files will have the same name for a list (called … Article by Nether_1 in Programming
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I'm writing a code that requires me to import multiple python files that are similiar to that of a .obj file, in the sense that they will create a 3D figure using vertices and lines, etc. The problem is, the files will have the same name for a list (called … First Post in Article by Nether_1 in Programming
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I was looking for an Excle/vb.net code snippet that I posted a long time ago. I went to advanced search and selected `Programming` and `code snippets` with the search string `Excel`. The only hits that I got were member names containing `Excel`. I replaced `Excel` with `Reverend Jim` and got … Article by Reverend Jim in DaniWeb Community Feedback
No I realised that it didn't, but the returned (json) data from the API did give that info - just wondering out loud. Ok, I understand your need to make $ - but just so you know, the search system on DW is pretty much unusable / pointless. I'd say …
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I've been using an .htacccess file to define a rewrite rule for extracting the username from the end of a url for years. The username has always been a combination of letters and numbers following a forward / and that is all, and it has been working just fine. Here … Article by showman13 in Web Development
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I've been using an .htacccess file to define a rewrite rule for extracting the username from the end of a url for years. The username has always been a combination of letters and numbers following a forward / and that is all, and it has been working just fine. Here … Article by showman13 in Web Development
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Thanks for your response jkon. I am amazed at how many articles there are online that state specifically that you can do what I was trying to do and yet there are many others that give their version of how to make it work. I tried a few of them …
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have a code that loads an image online with the AsyncImage module in kivy. i wrote the code in python3 which runs well on the pc but doesnt work on a packaged apk. i think this is because i packaged it using python2.7 buildozer. thanks an image showing the error … Article by mcroni in Mobile Development
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have a code that loads an image online with the AsyncImage module in kivy. i wrote the code in python3 which runs well on the pc but doesnt work on a packaged apk. i think this is because i packaged it using python2.7 buildozer. thanks an image showing the error … Article by mcroni in Mobile Development
I looked up that bulldozer and it looks outdated, years old. I think you need to head to https://kivy.org/#home and see what they suggest for setup and what to use to make Android apps.
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have a code that loads an image online with the AsyncImage module in kivy. i wrote the code in python3 which runs well on the pc but doesnt work on a packaged apk. i think this is because i packaged it using python2.7 buildozer. thanks an image showing the error … Article by mcroni in Mobile Development
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have a code that loads an image online with the AsyncImage module in kivy. i wrote the code in python3 which runs well on the pc but doesnt work on a packaged apk. i think this is because i packaged it using python2.7 buildozer. thanks an image showing the error … Article by mcroni in Mobile Development
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have a code that loads an image online with the AsyncImage module in kivy. i wrote the code in python3 which runs well on the pc but doesnt work on a packaged apk. i think this is because i packaged it using python2.7 buildozer. thanks an image showing the error … First Post in Article by mcroni in Mobile Development
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How should I concatenate the characters read from a file with fgetc to determine if it is a number, keyword or an identifier? The problem is that, for example, the number 555 must be one and 5 and 5 and 5 as words must be jose and not character by … Article by Jose_12 in Programming
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You could keep track of the LAST character type you extractedand compare it to the current type (i.e. digit). So when you grab a '1', you don't immediately assume you are done extracting the number. You grab the next digit '2' and notice that it's a digit, so you keep …
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I don't know, what do you think about my question. Yes, this is one of my crucial issue that I'm going to feel, now. What do you think, social media platforms can cause to increase website's bounce rate? and How? What is the best solution of this problem? Article by bijutoha in Digital Marketing
Bounce rate might not be a terrible thing, depending on the site. I would guess that my and most people's Stack Overflow bounce rate is fairly high, but that's from a search engine, not social media. Google "makefile no rule to make gcc" or something similar and the first half …
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How should I concatenate the characters read from a file with fgetc to determine if it is a number, keyword or an identifier? The problem is that, for example, the number 555 must be one and 5 and 5 and 5 as words must be jose and not character by … Article by Jose_12 in Programming
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yes , that is a lexer in "C" ,I have for example the next code in C #include <stdio.h> int main() { printf("Hola mundo"); return 0; } I need to identify the number, words and keywords and the output of the file will be: # hastag < minus stdio.h ---keyword …
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Hi to Everyone, I want to get the total (column) amount using Listview w/o database VB.NET Help me please... Thanks.. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________ lstitems Item Name | Unit Price | Quantity | Amount ------------------------------------------------------------ Sample1 | 100.00 | 1 | 100.00 Sample2 | 100.00 | 1 | 200.00 Sample3| 100.00 | 1 … Article by TIP.Synergy in Software Development
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I don't know, what do you think about my question. Yes, this is one of my crucial issue that I'm going to feel, now. What do you think, social media platforms can cause to increase website's bounce rate? and How? What is the best solution of this problem? Article by bijutoha in Digital Marketing
I'm going with no. And it's for the reason I noted. So many use that avenue to spam and the few times I did click it was spam instead of the article or topic they claimed it to be. If you spam or mis-represent then folk bounce. It's that simple.
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Malwarebytes should be offering removal. I did find some that scan but didn't remove items found. Be sure to remove if the tool offers or has a removal tool. -> And here's a thing. Some items you must take care of on your own. For example if the home page …
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First time in today (08:05) and Daniweb is workinig just dandy with Chrome. Coincidence? Or did you find and fix a problem?
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How should I concatenate the characters read from a file with fgetc to determine if it is a number, keyword or an identifier? The problem is that, for example, the number 555 must be one and 5 and 5 and 5 as words must be jose and not character by … Article by Jose_12 in Programming
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> to determine if it is a number, keyword or an identifier This is a key statement to me, because it sounds like you're writing a lexer. If that's the case, it's not really as simple as throwing characters into an array (or some variation of \*scanf); you need to …
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Hi everyone. When I deployed my site I got this error: Fatal error: Uncaught Exception: FPDF error: Some data has already been output, can't send PDF file (output started at /srv/disk6/blablasite/rel_funcionario.php:1). I'm using fpdf v. 1.81 and I am developing in PHP (using XAMPP and Notepad ++), in that platform … Article by Filipe_3 in Web Development
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If line 7 is a `header();` redirect, then place an `exit();` after it. Might be the cause.
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