A directory, also commonly called a folder, is a filesystem object used for organizing files and other directories.

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“One-sided” diff

I've got two large directory trees--think years of client work for an agency. One is old and out of date; the other is larger and in current use. I'd like to delete the former, but I want to be sure ...
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path separator in php

I'm a Windows user and here is my sample code: <?php echo "Current directory is: " . realpath("."); ?> Output: Current directory is: C:\wamp\www\test Actually, I want to return the path in ...
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Web front-end for directory servers (LDAP) similar to phpMySQLAdmin?

Is there some web front-end to administer LDAP servers, in a similar way as you can use phpMySQLAdmin to administer DBs?
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Moving Data Between Folders on Server

Lets say I have a server and 2 folders for 2 seperate domains Domain A Domain B I have files in Domain A that I want to move to Domain B. I could either download them from Domain B to my computer ...
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Get an IIS 6 ISAPI dll to ignore virtual directories

I have an IIS 6 website with an ISAPI dll to run an application. The application and ISAPI filter works well. I also have a couple of virtual directories set up to handle things like images without ...
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Who joined a computer to a domain

Is there an easy way to determine what user account was used to join a computer to a domain?
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Limit SAMBA directory listing

Maybe this isn't possible, but I thought I'd ask anyway. I have a samba share that uses ACLs. The default group can see everything inside the share and has read/write permissions. I want to create ...
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Moving Group Policy Folder Redirection root path

I have all my users on my domain enabled for Folder Redirection and they all point to the same root path (Basic Redirection). Here are the settings. I want to move only a subset of those users out to ...
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Different files of two directories

There are two directories I'd like to compare. I tried diff but it includes the changes inside the files. All I want is something like this file a is just in /A file b is missing in /A file c ...
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Apache vhosts configuration for non-persistent folders

OK, the title may be a bit confuse. I have a TrueCrypt container that gets mounted as a new drive X: on my Windows machine. Now I want my local testing Apache to deliver files from there via ...
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Linux - What directories should I exclude when backing up a server?

I'm backing up a linux server and storing it on some other server. I started off with a simple rsync -aPh --del server.example.com:/ /mnt/backup Then someone pointed out that I shouldn't back up ...
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Fast directory delete on AIX

I have an extremely large directory (containing millions of files summing up to 150 GB) which I want to delete. Is there a faster method than using rm -rf which takes ages to complete on this ...
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System to use to maintain a corporate directory

I work for a small-but-growing startup that needs a corporate directory to keep photos and contact info for the company. Eventually we'd like to maybe use this system for login credentials and the ...
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Linux directory permission problem

Why can't I access a directory that I should have access to by group? My user belongs to the group www-data, and the directory has permissions granted for this group. But I cannot access it. ...
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How do you change the “scan this dir for additional ini files” path?

I managed to get the custom INI to load, but its still loading other .ini files from the default location. I created an fcgi wrapper that passed the ini value as a parameter. That worked. Now just ...
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Preventing access to files if a user types the full url on the address bar

i have a website, some folders on the websites contains images and files like .pdf , .doc and .docx . the user can easly just type the address in the url to get the file or display the photo ...
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Can't access windows share when in security group assigned to share

I'm a bit stumpped on this one. I created a security group in AD called "special data users" and add myself to it. I then created a share on a server and give that AD security group full access to ...
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script for win/dos to create folders from list of names in a file

Scripting question. Dang, it should be easier than this. I have a file with a list of names. I'd like to turn those names into folders. Whenever I try the FOR loop, all I get is the name of ...
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Unix Linux directory compare

I have a known good directory structure that I'd like to compare owner/group and permissions against another server and flag any files/folders that need to be changed. Since I wont have access to both ...
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How do I enable W3C extended logging on Apache (LAMP or XAMPP)?

How can I enable W3C extended log format on LAMP and where will the default log directory be located (and named what)? (or XAMPP)
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how to add contact to DL

any one can help me to add a contact to Distributin list in Active directory.
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How to add Command Prompt Here to a folder context menu in Windows 2003?

I am doing quite a bit of work at the command line and recently started having to do it on a Windows 2003 box. I can't figure out how to add a Command Prompt Here to a folder context menu. And ...
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Finding out what is using up the most space on an FTP server

My company has hosted FTP, and we are currently over our disk quota. I need a way of finding out which folders on the FTP are the biggest culprits, so I can see if I can get rid of anything. I don't ...
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Unable to remove Read-Only attribute from folder in Windows XP

I have this directory which I cannot remove the read only attribute from. The computer is running XP SP2 (or SP3, not sure) and the directory sits in a NTFS file system. Looking into the web I found ...
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Any decent open source link/directory managers out there?

I maintain a site with a crusty old version of "Links" by Gossamer Threads. It's written in perl, gets 99.99% of its submissions from bots, and is just plain out-dated. Now, I realize that Gossamer ...
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cd to a directory when its path is entered as a command (instead of “foo is a directory” error)

I hate when bash gives me "duh!" kind of error: foo$ ./bar -bash: ./bar: is a directory I used to love AmigaOS shell in which "execution" of a directory simply meant setting it as the current ...
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How do you handle “CMD does not support UNC paths as current directories”?

I am attempting to change directories to a file server such as: cd \\someServer\\someStuff\ However, I get the following error: CMD does not support UNC paths as current directories What ...
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Force apache to server different directories on different ports?

For example, say I have my htdocs in: ~/public_html and those documents are being served on port 80. Is there any way to make apache server documents in: ~/public_html/something on a different ...
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How do I change to the directory I just moved that file to?

So lets assume I've just done: mv ./myfile /to/some/other/place/ And I now decide I want to follow the file, and go into that directory. Whilst I could head for the mouse, select the text, type ...
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Point domain name to subdirectory with .htaccess

I have a server under one main domain, and I want to point another domain to /example/index.php to make another site. Is there anyway i can do this with .htaccess? cheers
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Add directory structure to SVN, without files

Is there a way to add a directory structure to an SVN repository without adding the files contained in the folders?
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How to solve linux subdirectories number limit?

I have a website which will store user profile images. Each image is stored in a directory (Linux) specific to the user. Currently I have a customer base of 30+, which means I will have 30+ folders. ...
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How to count all subfolders in an directory?

How can I count how many folders (including subfolders) I have under an specific folder?
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How to keep the full path with rsync?

When backing up with rsync, How do I keep the full directory structure? For example, the remote server is saturn, and I want to backup saturn's /home/udi/files/pictures to a local directory named ...
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How do you set a directory's default file?

Can I configure one specific directory on my webserver to use an atypical default file such as "default.php" instead of "index.php"? Do I have to create a ".htaccess" file in that dir?
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Windows: How to delete files with a too long name?

I have a problem with delete, I would like to delete some folder which contains a number of files, and I am getting an error like: Cannot delete Folder: The file name you specified is not valid ...
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Windows Server Folder Replication

I have two servers using MS NLB for IIS and this is working great. I have a D:\Websites\ directory on both servers that contain the html, css, aspx, and images etc. I would like to have the ...
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How do I find (or exclude) all directories and sub-directories matching a certain pattern (in Linux)?

I'm trying to use the Linux find command to find all directories and sub-directories that do not have .svn (Subversion hidden folders) in their path. I can only get it to exclude the actual .svn ...
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Is there a folder size tool for linux? (web-based or working on console) [closed]

I have a debian server which has a lot of user folders and I would like to have a tool like FolderSize application in Mac, where i can check the filesystem by filetype or foldersize (or whatever ...
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Un-tar a specific directory inside of a tar

I have the Wordpress tar, latest.tar.gz. Within it is the following structure /wordpress/dirtories/files When I do the following command I would prefer if I could have it unpack starting at ...
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Linux Recursive Delete Keeping The First Dir

First question here, I'm usually on StackOverflow. I need to delete all the contents of a directory, but not the directory itself as I don't have permission to delete that actual directory. This ...
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search for just folders in windows explorer

Here's another dumb question. Is there a way to search in windows explorer for just folders? I know folders get sorted to the top, but I'm always looking for that extra option...
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linux: directory created with Access: (0000/d---------)

On a Linux (ubuntu) machine, an automated script running as a normal user is creating a subdirectory under its home directory. For some reason, the directory is created with Access: (0000/d---------). ...
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Fast way of knowing real directory size on linux/bsd

What is the fastest way of computing real directory size? I somehow catch myself needing that a lot. Simply doing: # du -hs /dir Is too slow. Is there any service I could run which would ...
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Meaning of directories on Unix and Unix like systems

I've been using Linux for a couple of years now but I still haven't figured out what the origin or meaning of some the directory names are on Unix and Unix like systems. E.g. what does etc stand for ...
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How do you use SCP to copy a deep directory?

I need to copy a deep directory on one windows machine over 'itself' on another windows machine. I can't seem to get the command to work correctly. The current problem is that it appears that scp is ...
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How to create union of two directories?

In case of unix/linux, is there a way to create union of two directories without copying or linking manually everything to a single directory?
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Storing files in a directory… are there limits?

I am using CentOS 5 with Plesk 9 (64-bit), I am running a site where users will be uploading pictures. With a 64 bit os, are there any limits to how many files I can store? All I care about is ...
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how to add a virtual directory on a remote machine IIS 6

We have a build script to add a Virtual Directory to an existing website running on the same server. it works fine, is it possible to add a virtual directory to a remote machine? which the user has ...
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How do I stop shortcuts following moved folders on Windows Server

If I move a folder (to temporarily stop people running programs in that folder), the desktop shortcuts they use to access those programs sometimes follow the folder. Is there any way to stop this ...