Problem with Media Files in Linux's Windows Portion
klewellen at shellworld.net
Tue Dec 28 19:54:55 UTC 2010
let me carry your wisdom a tad further.
In theory then might one not use tab completion to gather the actual files
in one place, then use say the Linux edition f cd record to burn those
files to a disk and play them off the computer all together.
Something was nagging me about ray's file name problem, you triggered it
with the tab completion reminder.
On Tue, 28 Dec 2010, Jude DaShiell wrote:
> Start a file name out with a quote and then key in enough of it for the
> system to identify it then hit tab key to do tab completion.On Tue, 28 Dec
> 2010, Hart Larry wrote:
>> Well, you can certainly use tab completion or even wild cards on a
>> commandline. As far as spaces, I think you must surround them with quotes.
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