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General Software Discussion / Re: Big Data tools
« on: September 14, 2018, 12:02 PM »
Haven't tested with log files bigger than 2GByte, so if 20GByte log files can be processed, I can't tell.
Well, I did and it wasn't nice,
Created a large file using this method
Installed RJ TextEd and tried to open it, with this result:

Screenshot - 14-09-2018 , 19_00_32.png

General Software Discussion / Re: Big Data tools
« on: September 14, 2018, 10:44 AM »
Is there a 'free for commercial use' software that opens and processes with regex large text files of 20GB?

TL;DR; Yes.

  • Any Linux distro with a non-commercial license (most will fit)
  • Linux-tools for Windows (if it's supposed to run on Windows, you didn't say it should)
In any of these environments use tools like grep, sed, awk, perl, python etc. for text processing.

  • 'Plain' Windows (7 and newer)[/i]
Use powershell, like shown & explained in your other thread.

N.A.N.Y. 2019 / Re: cStatus a portable network scan and monitoring tool
« on: September 13, 2018, 01:54 PM »
maybe because I don't have a SSL certificate...
If you have access to the server you can quite easily configure it to have a Let's Encrypt free certificate...

What could be the problem?
You haven't shared the file, so we'll never know, unless...

I have no clue on where CodeByter/Carl Danley went, but seeing the github page he's quite active there, just not on DC for quite some time. And his personal page just throws a 404 at me :huh:

uncompressing the rar to WishList directory in your program files (x86).
You'd better not install it there, a separate directory outside of any protected system folder, is preferred (and sometimes even required) for any portable software. Often used is a directory named Portable in your data partition (D:\Portable for instance, so for WishList it would be D:\Portable\WishList).

For my NANY 2015 entry SedTester I found these resources/examples:
That's what I based my call-out to sed.exe on. That piece of code is quite specific (and poorly documented ;D), so I hope this enough for now.

Give me a link !!!!!
Have you tried ? If so you would have typed less than posting here, and much quicker and more results !!!!!

My PC running Sonarr renames the files according to my preferred naming scheme and sets them up ready for viewing in Kodi.
Tackle the issue at the source: Can't Sonarr store the original filenames (during the rename process), with the new filenames, in a file that is kept in the same folder as the media files? That way you can quite easily create an extra copy to re-seed. You might want/need to do a feature request for Sonarr, I can imagine more people to have the same need.

Thank you @KodeZwerg for your nosql alternative, but the biggest objection to me is one of the main features of MongoDB: It's in the cloud. That means that my data is not really my data... and not really portable, as it requires an internet connection.

@Deozaan: As with any project, you have to choose the right tools for the job. If the combo Go/SQLite isn't working as expected/desired, it most likely isn't meant to be. You might need other tools...

A NoSql Variant could be MongoDB. It can be used by many programming Languages.
Hm, but it doesn't quite match the OP's requirements of being lightweight, simple and portable, AFAICS.

+1 for SQLite, it's used by default on Android and highly endorsed when using Xamarin, has support for nearly all platforms in use and bindings/libraries for many programming languages.

Please only report your findings after you have tried the software, messages like above are completely useless.

(Yes, I'm trying to teach you something, in case you wonder, a form of forum etiquette: give relevant information, avoid dis-information)

Screenshot Captor / Re: Ragged Edge
« on: August 28, 2018, 08:50 AM »
It's in the "SpecialFX2"/"Border around Image" menu of the full ScreenshotCaptor interface, and is called "Border effect, splice style (ragged edges)".

That's not exactly truth. I was studying maths and throw many questions in many other forums.
I feel compassion for the other forums users :o
How did they respond to your questions?

I was not visiting donation coder for months.
We noticed, don't worry...

But I like a lot very much you remember me as a person able to ask.
Well, you (and another user) ask a lot of questions that can easily be answered by Googling your question first (you can use Spanish there, if you prefer), and after studying and further investigating the results, you can optionally come back here to verify the choices you made. And if you do, listen to our advice. Usually you don't (seem to) take much advice given here.

Lesson no. 1: Google wants to be your friend, use it for what it's good at: Provide answers, even to silly questions, as opposed to most (somewhat) intelligent people.

Screenshot Captor / Re: capture two screens in one
« on: August 27, 2018, 08:57 AM »
You should grab the entire Workspace (Check your settings for the hotkey assigned to that, here it's Ctrl-PrtScr).
If you have more than 2 monitors connected to your system, edit away the parts you don't want to keep.

O.M.G. :huh:
Am I an O.M.G ? or an O.N.G (organizaciĆ³n no gubernamental....) ?
The fact that you claim to teach people something made me sigh an "Oh My Goodness", when usually, and ofcourse also this thread, you throw all questions on how-to's in this forum. (Sigh, 3 times :()

@Ath discovers religion?
More like 'I don't believe my eyes are actually reading this...'

after setting system32 and driver folder as it shown with the error writeprotection of

By doing that you have opened a huge security-hole in your windows installation. The way to get that driver installed is to run the installer "As Administrator", from the right-click context menu. If you don't have Administrator access to your PC, get a systems admin to install it for you.
You'd better restore the original settings on these folders.

Living Room / Re: When you make your 100'th Post
« on: August 22, 2018, 02:17 PM »
the developers are stuck in the early 00's  ;D
That would be a very good excuse to handle 'weird' input correctly, as there where tricks in the DOS days to manipulate an application through the username... ;D

Living Room / Re: When you make your 100'th Post
« on: August 22, 2018, 02:06 PM »
Well, after copying the 'name' from the browser debugger (tried both Firefox and Chrome, latest non-developer releases), my text editors say it's a set of 4 and 5 0x1A characters (26 decimal, ASCII symbol 'Substitute', or ^Z/Ctrl-Z) separated by a space, quite unlikely that's a real name, whatever encoding or character set it might be, must have a deeper meaning, as ^Z used to be EOF (End Of File) for text files, way back when... :huh:

The only rendering engine that is actually showing something (and installed on my laptop) is Chromium (Chrome/Vivaldi), neither Firefox, Edge or IE show anything, so that might make Chrome-based browsers a tad more informative.

I would have expected SMF to filter out/reject any non-rendering characters from usernames, but obviously that's not a test-case for them.


But I need ad-hoc answers, it's not about a specific thing I try to achieve, but mostly to learn

In that case be as clear as you can be, by asking fully documented questions, meaning: (and I've said this before)
  • provide a complete file with input data, if you have to anonymize it, then only the data should be altered, not the structure
  • ask as explicit and unambiguous as possible
  • give an example of the desired/expected output, based on the input data

This entire thread is full of examples of you not following these business-standard rules...

Living Room / Re: When you make your 100'th Post
« on: August 22, 2018, 02:51 AM »
Someone made an 'invisible' accountname:
Screenshot - 22-08-2018 , 09_49_19.png


Any idea why the below does not work?
As usual you are asking half questions without *any* documentation. And you still haven't answered all previous questions, as requested, (and even have asked new questions in the half-baked 'answer') so in my book, you're not yet ready to ask new questions.

How can I do that?
That's why we asked more specific questions, but you never answered them.
So then I gave you the assignment of answering all our unanswered questions, but you haven't done that up until now, so basically, we are waiting (but not holding our breath) for your answers, before accepting new questions. :(

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