Hi I'm new to using batch files and I've been asked to make 3000 folders which include .txt files, all with the name 'Client1', 'Client 2' to 'Client 3000' for the folders and text files but have no idea how to go about this :s
I am configuring apache2 on debian and would like to allow only robots.txt to be accessed for searching engines, while other .txt files are restricted, I tried to add the followings to .htaccess but no luck:
File extensions are mainly a naming convention. Source code in almost all programming languages is plain text, and there is no technical difference between a file named .txt or .tex or .asdasdasd or whatever.
You can take a .txt file and change the suffix to .tex, or vice versa, and nothing changes except the filename. It is just a convention to name the files this way. If given a filename without an extension, the TeX engines will look for a .tex; but otherwise it doesn't matter.
Please change the format from .txt to .csv for ct_gov_results and .txt to .ipynb for temporary_notebook file before you opens.
As you can see, they are both .txt files, right? Pretty harmless.. Actually, not: if you look closely you can see that the PDF Password file is actually a shortcut link, investigating within it, it has the following command in the shortcut:
As the other answers noted, your ".txt" file is actually a Windows PE executable binary (basically, a renamed ".exe" file). If you ran it on your machine, there's a pretty good chance your system is now compromised by malware.
So for example my hosting server make the domain name point to /lamp0/web/vhosts/public/. So I just have to upload craft and public folders below in /lamp0/web/vhosts/.Then I just have to rename public in htdocs and no need of robots.txt file because craft folder is below domain name root.
However, it's good practice to have a robots.txt for each site, so I don't recommend deleting it altogether. You can change the directives to fit whatever robots criteria you need for your site. (For example, if you launch a beta site, you'd want to Disallow the whole thing to avoid duplicate content penalties.)
But still robots.txt was viewable in my browser. This could only mean one thing, that the file was being virtually generated right? I even viewed in a different browser to ensure no caching was taking place.
I just tried those three plugins you mentioned with the twentyfifteen theme and everything was working ok. Yoast SEO lets you edit robots.txt from the Admin pages by the way (go to SEO > Tools > File Editor.)
You might have to play around with mjpg-streamer's configuration parameters to get a cam to work. Do so by editing /boot/octopi.txt if you are running OctoPi. Please document the options you used here as well.
A webcam stream usually calls for the command ./mjpg_streamer -i "input_uvc.so $camera_usb_options" -o "output_http.so -w ./www" where camera_usb_options="-n -r VGA -f 5 -q 50", for example, has already been called (from the terminal or a script like OctoPi's webcamd which reads in configuration from /boot/octopi.txt).
Just Installed a "Wansview 101" 1080P USB webcam onto my Octopi / Octoprint server. It works straight out of the box at VGA resolution and after editing the Octopi.txt, is now working at 1920 x 1080P @ 30fps. Tested on a Raspberry Pi 3B. Octoprint v1.5.2.Nice crisp image and less than 20 delivered, can't fault it.Link below. Can't seem to be able to update the list as I'm guessing I'm not a level 1 trusted bloke. If someone could update I'd be grateful, or let me know how I can do it if I'm being blonde.
When I open the .txt file and long press, I only get "Paste". That is in "DB Text Editor". I also tried installing "Simple Notepad" and opening the file with that, but I still cannot "Select All" or "Copy".
When doing a DE export using automation studio data extension export activity, I've exported data from a DE to a file to SFMC SFTP with tab delimitation.I've tried as .csv and and .txt but when I open with Excel (as the end recipient of this file will do) It shows all columns in column A only.I've also tried commas.
License.txt is simply a generic name for any license file. There is no web "standard" or convention for "license.txt" files like there is for, say, robots.txt or humans.txt. However, many web "applications" (those written in scripting languages, for example) will use a "license.txt" file to convey the terms under which the application is distributed (common to open source projects especially). This file often resides in the root of an application directory.
As pointed out in the comments, retrieval of the "license.txt" file can give various kinds of clues about the system that provides it that may be of use to someone who wishes to exploit the site, even if this information doesn't specifically relate to "license.txt." That said, simply having a "license.txt" file doesn't mean your system is vulnerable.
Loading the document into google docs first, and then formatting it, doesn't work when the RTF formatting is only created on the fly while the text is copied.For example, when I'm writing code in Visual Studio, it is colored based on the context - comments are green, types are blue, etc. The file that is saved out is a .txt, but when I copy a segment of text it is copied in RTF format, which I can then paste into other applications - e.g. MS Word.
On the left of the top panel, there is an oval green Read key with a raised white tactile image of a triangle with two vertical lines, and behind that button is an oval red Scan key with a raised circle on it. To the right of these buttons is a pattern of seven buttons that are used to navigate around a document and through the menu system. Each of these buttons is blue with raised tactile markings that are white. In the center is a round Selector key with a raised white center. Surrounding this key are four arrow keys pointing up, down, left, and right, and they each have a raised line outlining the edge of the arrow. Farther to the left and to the right are the Rewind and Fast Forward buttons, which are marked by two raised lines on the arrows' edges. To the right of the Fast Forward button is a yellow Help button with a white raised question mark symbol. The last button on the far right side of the panel is a square brown Menu button with raised white horizontal lines. On the front panel of the unit above the control panel are two speakers with a built-in microphone to the right. Between the speakers is a CD drive with a red Eject button beside it. The CD drive is used to read files that you have on a CD-ROM; the SARA will read files in .ark, .txt, and .rtf formats.
Included in the package were a large-print manual and a large-print chart describing what the key functions are. There is also a short audio CD available from HumanWare, but it was not included in the shipping of the product. The CD lasts approximately 5 to 10 minutes and gives a brief description of how to set up the ScannaR, a description of the control buttons, and a telephone number for technical support if there are any problems. A more advanced user's guide for learning how to use the Advanced mode is available from HumanWare technical support, and it is in a .txt format. 041b061a72