Accessing Files on the XP Partition From Windows 7RC

You need to take ownership of the files/folder and then give your w7 account permission to read them as well - they're currently exclusively accessable by the XP user as it's a user profile... or, under XP, change the current permissions that only gives your XP user access - to allow "Users" read rights as well

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Dealing with a huge dataset

If the data set is truly large, I'd suggest saving some results to the disk if it is an option. This way, if anything goes wrong at any point, you don't have to re-compute everything all over again.Of course, the disk operations will be slow, but I sometimes find persisting the state of the computation helpful.

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How to mount read-write an ext4 partition on Windows? duplicate

Paragon software offers ExtFS for Windows 2.0 for free for personal use. It allows to read and write ext2 ext3 and ext4 from all Windows appears to be somewhat similar to Linux Reader from Diskinternals, that can mount all ext, HFS and ReiserFS too, but read-only. diskinternals.

com/linux-reader/.

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How to use robocopy to move Users folder from partition c to d on Windows 7?

I believe repair mode labels your installation drive as X, not C. It could be any letter though.Take a look through this post: go over the nuances of the recovery environment with you, such as drive letters and other specifics.Let me know if you need anything else!

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Combinatorial proof involving partitions and generating functions

Make a Ferrers diagram of a partition of $2rk$ into $rk$ parts and remove the first column; whats left is a partition of $r$, and every partition of $r$ can be extended uniquely to a partition of $2rk$ by adding a column of $rk$ dots at the left of the Ferrers diagram

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Installing Ubuntu Desktop on usb stick

Another thing to mention here is that if you want Ubuntu 12 on a USB and if you are going to use the Ubuntu's Startup Disk Creator, make you use Ubuntu 12, because if you use Ubuntu 10, you'll have problems. Same goes with Ubuntu 10, make sure you have Ubuntu 10 if you are going to make a Ubuntu 10 USB disk

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What is the size of these discrete function sets?

EDIT: My previous rough idea about orthants was completely off of the mark. I need to go rethink everything.I have provided a link to a set of slides in the comments below, but I think I'm starting to get out of my depth. Someone who knows better than I should swoop in and save the day.

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Unable to boot into windows after removing Linux

I think Google may have got you this answer quicker :)Boot from the Windows 7 CD/DVD you have and choose the repair option when asked. No problems will be found, but when asked select 'command prompt' and then enter the followingGive your machine a reboot and hey presto, you're back to booting straight into Windows without GRUB

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Installed Ubuntu on partition of HD with Vista but doesn't boot

I know there will be other ways and surely a way to fix your problem here. But still I would give this a try just out of curiousity. Dual Boot Win and UbuntuBut of course you could try to fix it that Windows will start Ubuntu from Win Bootloader or Linux Grub will start Win from Grub.

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Can I triple and quad boot?

Yes ... more than a dual boot is OK as far as multiple linux OS

although lately I have not attempted to cut an OSX alongside the others... as a side note I have tripple booted my nexus 4 mobile : another approach would be to use a vmware like tool to cut various OS partitions from within your ubuntu

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Extend home without unallocated space. With swap or ntfs duplicate

It's barely possible what you want to achieve and not worth effort.In your case, I would consider mounting NTFS partition in Linux, so that its content would be visible under some folder on linux, like /home/Desktop/NTFS.

This Ubuntu page might be valuable for you to read and follow:

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Make a HDD partition work like USB bootable in Ubuntu

Place the Ubuntu ISO at the root of the sda3.Modify /boot/grub/grub.cfg on sda1 as shown:If you want persistence:Add the word "persistent" to the menuentry:Either create an ext4 partition labeled casper-rw. Or create a casper-rw file and place it next to the ISO:(where count512 is persistence size, with max 4GB).

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What can I do to earn money, with the fleet of Virtual Private Servers I own?

Depends what are your specialties? You can rent out partitions of the Servers, you could host a series of game servers and get paid for ad revenue and donationware, you could start a web hosting application and have people pay in a month to month basis for you to host their websites. Honestly the possibilities are endless

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Copy an NTFS partition from a dying disk

Booting a Linux distro from CD or memory device is the right plan. Hiren's Ultimate Boot CD is sort of an all inclusive personalized build that usually works for any situation. It is a must in your computer bag of tricks. It is constantly updated and can contain whatever apps you would like to use. Highly recommended

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Can I take the Online Proctored Certification exams on a Mac running OSX (Mavericks)?

As of 2015, the exams can be taken on a Mac without needing a VM or Windows partition.I've used a Logitech C310 HD Webcam for several exams now, and it works very well. Definitely preferable to having to go to a test centre. Just be sure to update the Sentinel software if prompted by the Webassessor site

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How to find out details about hardware on the Linux machine?

inxi will show just about everything, run with no arguments for short form, the options are many however, run inxi -h to see theminxi is a 'full featured information script' as described by the project home page: is information about how you can install it on Ubuntu:

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cycle type of product of permutations.

The only intersting case is the one where the partitions are disjoint , i.e. $c$ (not a singleton) $in lambda Rightarrow c notin mu$ and vice versa. The partition of the product is then the union of the partitions, example: $sigma (1,2)(5,6,7)$ and $tau (3,4)(8,9,10)$ then $sigmatautausigma (1,2)(3,4)(5,6,7)(8,9,10)$ in other cases the partitions all get mixed up.

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create and mount partition on running VM Linux system

Yes it is possible. To mount it on the directory /foo run:To make this permanent you need to edit /etc/fstab and ad a line like this:This assumes that the partition has an ext3 filesystem. If not, change ext3 to ext4 or ntfs or whatever. Similarly, to specify the filesystem on the command line do:.

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unable to mount ntfs partition created inside widows 10 duplicate

You need to disable Windows fast start-up option.Open Control Panel -> Energy Settings and select Change what the power buttons do.Choose Change settings that are currently unavailable, scroll down and uncheck

Turn on fast start-up (recommended).Restart the computer and you won't have this error anymore.See here for more informations about Windows Fast Boot.

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Closest Point to Moving Target

The solution is some form of spatial partitioning, which is arguably equivalent to "sort it and then divide and conquer", so you're not off-base at all.There are many data structures used for this, such as quadtrees, BSPs, k-d trees, and so on. In my personal experience people normally recommend the quadtree as a good starting point.

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Unable to Access NTFS partition

This is probably because the ntfs filesystems were not unmounted by Windows and thus are marked dirty. You can clear that by using the ntfsfix command from the ntfsprogs package, which should be installed by default. It should be something like this: sudo ntfsfix -d /dev/sdx1, where sdx1 is the ntfs filesystem you need to clean.

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Disk space given back to Mac HD after removing partition, but is not usable duplicate

As DavidAndersen noted in his above comment, this was me needing to resize the Stack. In hindsight, that should have been more obvious to me as 839 was not the full size of the TB disk. After issuing the diskutil cs resizeStack F3D44897-0134-4C19-871A-72E258AECDA8 0 command the last volume is at 1 TB.

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storing and retrieving millions of documents using c#

If you need to store data along with documents - take a look at Sql server's FileStream feature.If you don't - store them on a file system, but put each week/year in its own directory to keep the number of file in a single folder to a few thousands. That will keep it fairly fast

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CentOS: Set number of inodes in ext4 on Install

Well, one obvious solution is to just leave the partition that you want to use as /var as unallocated space during install (use the custom/manual disk layout option to get Disk Druid or whatever it is now). After installation, mkfs using whatever inode options you want, add it to /etc/fstab, and you're good to go

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Install full Ubuntu 14.04.4 LTS in a 64Gb USB 3.0 drive with NTFS side partition for windows compatibility

I found the problem!!I was partitioning (logically in my opinion) with the first partition in the USB drive as ext2 and the second one as NTFS. Turns out... windows doesn't deal well with this. WINDOWS ONLY DETECTS THE FIRST PARTITION!!! (I don't know why). Source (CTRLF for bodhi.zazen):

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Get flash drive to cache disk reads to primary partition

Unfortunately, this is not currently possible. CacheFiles has only been implemented for NFS so far. Another upcoming possibility is CleanCache. Currently CleanCache only has two backends: one for xen tmem, and one for storing cached pages in compressed ram. Hopefully a third backend will be written to store the cached pages on block devices like flash drives

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What's the best approch when installing suspicious software?

Virtual PC is way to go. As long as you don't copy anything from virtual machine, you are safe. However, do notice that you need additional license for your OS inside of virtual machine (exception is Windows XP mode in Windows 7). You may get around that with getting evaluation version and reinstalling every 3 months (or just rearming).

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Windows Software to access Linux partitions from Windows

There is a very good software called ext2fsd, but beware that writing to a partition using this may cause trouble. It did once on my system. I had to restart multiple times to get back to my ubuntu. For read only the software is awesome.

See this link for more details:

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Creating symbolic link to new location after moving C:WindowsInstaller to D: partition

Had the same problem, after deleting the folder with administrator privileges (it is a hidden system folder so it may be that you don't see it) i got this error message But no problem, after running the command prompt as administrator it worked.BTW: You can get the tool here:

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What happened to my recovery partition after upgrading to Windows 8?

From disk managment, it is clear that it is not your recovery partition as it is too large. Neverthless, if you don't suspect there is data in the partition, it should be safe to erase.You should reinstall Windows because the partition scheme is not optimal, your system keeps crashing, and there are probably more things wrong.

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How to remove linux mint?

You'd better copy/backup all the files you want to keep to an external drive and then perform a clean install (removing all the partitions, etc.). You don't really seem to understand what you are about to do, so I think this will be the less error-prone method as well as the safest one (for your data)

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Only one primary partition can be active, What about logical drive?

The active partition is used by the default Windows boot loader to determine which partition to load an operating system from. However using LILO or GRUB as your boot loader can instead allow any partition to be booted from (as you get a menu of operating systems presented), and consequently the active partition marker is not needed

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What are my polynomials called? (and where can I read about them)?

Look at the Hopf algebra structure on symmetric functions.This is given by sending $f(x_1 , cdots )$ to $f(x_1 , x_2 cdots y_1 , y_2 cdots )$ by any bijection $(x_1 ,x_2 cdots ) to (x_1 , x_2 cdots y_1 , y_2 cdots )$. On the elementary $e_j$, you get $Delta e_n sum_ijn e_i otimes e_j$.

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How to reactivate GRUB

Boot repair is one method, but the easiest method for me has always been:Open up a terminal and do:fdisk -lto find which partition your ubuntu is installed in (This is the same partition that's shown from your working ubuntu, /dev/sdaX. Once you know which, doand then restart your computer. You're all good to go

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Partitioning $G$ into subsets such that each is a set of edges of a spanning tree of $G$

This appears to be a generalized Johnson graph:I draw the graph below (click for larger image):We observe:The question asks if this graph decomposes into spanning trees. At this point, we can mostly throw away the graph. We'll get the same answer to the question:Q: Does any 35-vertex 315-edge graph decompose into spanning trees?.

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