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Burning hidden files, on linux.

Posted 12-28-2006 at 02:44 PM by luiz1

1. make a tar file from you files<br> tar -cvvf files_to_tar.tar<br>2. Burn the tar file with cdrecord<br> cdrecord -v -data dev=/dev/cdrw /home/vuh/Desktop/filestoburn.<br><br>3. the result will be a cd with transparent files on it.<br> If you inserted in lunux it will say that<br> Linux doesnt know what kind of format the cd is in.<br> MS windows will show the cd as an empty cd.<br><br> Getting the hidden files<br><br>1. make an iso image with dd( from your cd)<br> dd if=/dev/cdrw of=/home/vuh/image.iso<br><br>where cdrw is your burning device(instructions on how to get you device name at bottom)<br><br>2. extract you files from the ISO with ark or something similar.<br>Cool trick!!<br><br> To get the device name type this commands<br>$cd /<br>$cd dev<br>$ls<br><br>If the list is too big, then type<br><br>$ls | more<br><br>and check for the device name.<br>
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    First of af all NFS server has a lot of advantages over a samba based server. But the most important at least in my case is the file transfer speed.
    while in samba will take about, 1 hour to transfer 5GB
    in NFS will only take 10 minutes.
    Instruction on how to make windows XP have read/write acces to a unix based NFS server.

    Also you can get Putty and acces via ssh any linux server from windows and create all the configuration files necessary
    NOTE: that you have to install ssh server support in the server otherwise it will not give you access trhough putty.

    Creating a NFS network form all linux computers is easier, unless you come from windows. Because of the logical connection drives, fstab modifications, and console commands needed. On the other hand windows nfs client can be created without much hassle, by installing
    unix support for windows.

    First you have to go here

    http://www.microsoft.com/technet/interopmigration/unix/sfu/default.mspx

    and download the unix support package fro windows

    And this wiki on Gentoo access to nfs shares helped a lot

    http://gentoo-wiki.com/HOWTO_Access_NFS_via_SFU

    I'm usung Ubuntu and still most of the information is relevant.
    Good Luck!
    Posted 12-31-1969 at 07:00 PM by luiz1 luiz1 is offline
 

  



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