For instance, depending on the definition of "move," "moving GBs' of files around" is something that should happen nearly instantaneously, and you may not have to have a process grinding away after you've disconnected. I have two raid groups and 2 lvms setup with different mount points for different types of media.
Moving data within a mount point is quick, but from mount point to mount point or volume group to volume group it takes much longer. There are times where i have to transfer GB of media files from one place on the drive to another. And there are times when I have to transfer 1 file totaling 2GB to another location. These files should've been placed properly to begin wit, but its a mute point now. If there is a better solution than remoting to the console and using the gui, Im willing to hear it.
Or if you can help me figure out the error that Im getting, that would be great. Inside an SSH session, you can issue a copy or move command which would do the trick right? You can SSH onto the box at any time in the future and hit "screen -r" and it'll take you straight back to where you left it. I'm not saying that a remote shell is better than a remote gui for your task. It's just the thing that I know. That is, if my only tool is a hammer, I'm happy pounding on that, even if it's a screw.
You might want to consider using rsync to copy data from one filesystem to the other, especially if the files are not static. In that case, subsequent passes of "rsync" will only pick up the changes and run much faster. Once you're confident that everything is in place, you can remove the data from the original filesystem.
If applications expect to find data in the original location, you could use symbolic links in the original filesystem that point to the new location. If the "file" utility can reliably distinguish between your media types, you might be able to script a copy, or rsync, that works through entire directory trees using "find". The same would apply if the filename reliably gives you the media type. When logged in via "ssh", that should keep your process running after you disconnect.
If not, you can tell the process to continue after logout by prefixing your command with "nohup", which tells the command to continue, even after you've disconnected. Thanks for the info. The command line options you guys have provided will be useful in what I'm trying to do. But not everything I'm trying to do. For example. I have many different folders with thousands of audio files.
The audio files within each folder are a mix of genres. If I want to move of lets say audio files to a folder called "Hip-Hop", it would be very difficult via command line. The filenames don't follow the proper audio file naming convention so it is difficult to select multiple files from a group of files via commandline at least for a Windows guy who is accustomed to using Windows Explorer to select multiple files.
Any additional advice is appreciated, or a solution to the error I am receiving connecting to my Ubuntu Server. Since you can't decide what to do with a file based on its type, name, extension, etc, scripting this would be difficult. Since you're new to Linux, I'm guessing that will be the gui.
I'd suggest using the gui file manager to move files, "mv", within the same filesystem, since the move will happen fast and timing out should not be a problem. Use the command line for anything that has to copy to a different filesystem, since that can be time-consuming.
Going across filesystems, "mv" should do a copy, then delete. Categorizing your collection by filename extension might be a start, eg, put all of your. Once all the. You can create a file list using "find" that you could edit for a particular genre, then use a script that reads that file list to move or copy files to the correct genre location. Running in the background will free up your terminal for the next command, while the copy is running. This should also keep the command running after you've logged out or lost your connection.
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The reason being that I never got around to fixing having the correct partition marked as active. Once I fixed that, installed SP1, and rebooted I was back in business. Hopefully no one will ever need this information, but if you do I hope I have saved you some headaches. Click Start Windows logo. Enter "diskpart" into the command prompt. It will probably be partition 1 and so I will use it in my instructions. Once Windows comes back up, retry installing SP1.
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Improve this question. Thiago Rider Augusto 1, 5 5 gold badges 14 14 silver badges 29 29 bronze badges. Stuiter Stuiter 25 3 3 bronze badges. If i may ask, why use tightvnc? Because I ask on this forum, what should I use.
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Modified 3 years ago. Viewed 49k times. Improve this question. Add a comment. Sorted by: Reset to default. Highest score default Date modified newest first Date created oldest first. Improve this answer. Worked for me! Worked for me too, thank you for the solution! The Overflow Blog. Time to get on trend. Best practices to increase the speed for Next. Featured on Meta. It is frustrating to me that any non-trivial software fails directly without any clue as to what happened or how to fix it.
Its lack of 'workingness' is astonishing to me. I have something of the same issue as others here -- client simply won't connect. In my case, it immediately closes without any indication as to what went wrong. Software should struggle mightily to work and if it fails it should say why. How can your process be releasing executable files that absolutely do not work in any way? Note that if you have 'assert' statements in that code, you need to remove them and replace them with meaningful error messages and an attempt at recovery at least to the point where you can say that you failed, where you failed and why.
Asserts don't even make sense on their face. If you are in a place in your code where you think something is impossible and it happens anyway, you have clearly made a mistake. You compound that mistake by crashing silently instead of signalling what happened and why. I am not saying this comes from an assert statement, but it is consistent with that type of failure.
Failing without mentioning why is consistent with a programming ethos that accepts such behavior. The software simply dies without indicating anything, not even the fact that it died. I had to monitor the process to ensure that is what was happening. I could not find a log file and it should not be a mystery as to whether or not one even exists. One should exist and the software you have released should make that simple to find.
I have uninstalled the software, but sadly, on one of the virgin machines it said it could not remove some of it and that it could be removed manually. Then it cheerily quit without telling me what it failed to remove, where I might find it, and how I might remove it.
That leaves me with some unhappy choices -- exhaustively search registry and disk attempting to find what remains, accepting that this machine may now have diverged from the other virgin machine, nuking the failed one and attempting to re-do the steps done to get to this point or nuking both machines and starting over from scratch.
I get that this is an imperfect world, that people are doing their best, and open source code is donated freely to the community. I just don't think you do the world a favor by tossing untested, taciturn code over the wall. Finally, this issue is closed without any explanation as to what the problem was and how it was allegedly fixed. Problems ignored do not cease to be problems. This puts me in mind of this classic FileZilla defect that was repeatedly re-opened and closed again for seven years.
I don't think it is old spaghetti code. The main limitation is that the community supporting the tool is small, and the people with itches to scratch and the means to do so are few. I would like to see either a new TigerVNC 1. In my case, I am willing to put in the work - but my main target is Linux. So, even if I did proceed to take this on, I wouldn't necessarily support a Windows build.
I mention this, because I seriously am thinking about this, but also because it can't just be one person. If you care about Windows, what is stopping you from stepping up? Putting aside the rant In many cases I have found the nightly build perfectly acceptable for use. However the mouse position is off about , pixel. Not sure why. My vnc server is on Windows x VNC viewer on Linux raspberry pi x monitor. If I move mouse to top left corner it is correct on both side.
Seems mouse position mapping is somehow wrong. Version 1. Preferably the link to a windows prebuild. Unfortunately, I did not find it on the web. Thank you! The 1. Please see the releases oage for the link:.
Can I add my voice strongly to the chorus of people asking for the fix for this to be released? Anyway, I've updated the server but I guess it's the viewer that needs the update to fix the issue? I'm pretty sure that it's just the server that was affected. Please note that we are splitting out what was previously a combined installer for the server and the viewer into separate installers.
Is it normal that on bintray the executables are tagged with the version 1. And moreover I can't find the installer for Windows of the server Most helpful comment. All 33 comments. I think I got different results than klui2k1 This is a headless system, but the issue happens with or without monitor.
Thanks for the logs, danielocdh. I think I see what's wrong. Let me see if I can fix it. CendioOssman on 3 Jan Thank you for reporting. CendioOssman on 20 Jan It's easier to rant than to solve problems. MarkMielke on 23 Jun I've just hit this going from linux to windows clients. Glad I find this issue already fixed.