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Ubuntu Studio 18.04 trying to fix USB key

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Aucune idée si ça va marcher.

Que valable pour le 18.04 car l’informatique évolue.

sudo ntfsfix /dev/sdb1
Mounting volume… Can only open ‘/dev/sdb1’ as read-only
NTFS signature is missing.
FAILED
Attempting to correct errors… Can only open ‘/dev/sdb1’ as read-only
NTFS signature is missing.
FAILED
Failed to startup volume: Invalid argument
Error opening ‘/dev/sdb1’: Read-only file system
Volume is corrupt. You should run chkdsk.

sudo badblocks -sv /dev/sdb1
Vérification des blocs 0 à 4054539
Vérification des blocs défectueux (test en mode lecture seule) : 0.00% effectucomplété
Passe complétée, 0 blocs défectueux repérés. (0/0/0 erreurs)

A pris 6min pour peut-être 4 Gb.

sudo fsck.vfat -n /dev/sdb1
fsck.fat 4.1 (2017-01-24)
0x41: Dirty bit is set. Fs was not properly unmounted and some data may be corrupt.
Automatically removing dirty bit.
FATs differ but appear to be intact. Using first FAT.
Cluster 59786 out of range (67108864 > 1011656). Setting to EOF.
/casper/filesystem.squashfs
Contains a free cluster (165376). Assuming EOF.
/casper/filesystem.squashfs
File size is 461975552 bytes, cluster chain length is 452640768 bytes.
Truncating file to 452640768 bytes.
Reclaimed 1 unused cluster (4096 bytes).
Free cluster summary wrong (894855 vs. really 894775)
Auto-correcting.
Leaving filesystem unchanged.
/dev/sdb1: 62 files, 116880/1011655 clusters

well I lost the quote :/

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Here it is:

https://askubuntu.com/questions/147228/how-to-repair-a-corrupted-fat32-file-system

Try typing the following command in the Linux terminal:

sudo dosfsck -w -r -l -a -v -t /dev/sdc1

sdc1 is usually your pen drive. You can find your pen drive by typing mount in terminal. It’s somewhere inside. If that command takes too much time for you, avoid -t switch.

  • -w means write to disk immediately.
  • -r means to do disk check interactively (ask you what to do to when encountering errors). On newer versions of dosfsck this is the default.
  • -l means to list the filenames processed.
  • -a means automatically fix errors. Do not use it, if You want to have more control over fixing possible errors.
  • -v means verbose mode. Generates slightly more output.
  • -t means mark unreadable clusters as bad.

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Dear hacker fuck your ass with your:

hiring process – Should I keep asking candidates to include a specific word to filter out candidates who didn’t pay attention to the job ad? – The Workplace Stack Exchange

Historical link in my duckduck go search.

Your articles choices for me are shhhhhhhhhhit !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

You don’t know me, but I can get your ass, no worries, NO MATTER HOW!!!!!! I will get stronger, I detect 2 presences in this big white room, and I will become stronger just to defeat you, and all of you, no matter how many you will be. Maybe now I can’t see you all, but I will beat you to the ground, you can’t be stronger then me. I am not afraid of you and I will hunt without hate and without fear till you kneel and understand you are no one.

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Warning: avoid outdated explanations in informatics

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Hello, everyone please, informatics depends on TIME so always check calendar date before trying anything, when it’s not your year, it’s because suggestions are old, so unless you know, no reason to try them =) Upgrade your  » news  » on terminal codes to solve your issues please ~_^

Time runs faster in this field then in other fields and yet all fields do evolve at different time rates. It’s in the same time a danger and a luck, and yes even if you erase history it’ll catch you up in every field because time is inconscient and can run twice as fast if you erase it. So you must live with respect to your past (even if it’s shit and berk) and at the sime time watch for your future. Destiny is heavy but anyone can have the strength to push it up.

Good luck everyone in finding your path in this known world =)

Bugs and questions to follow…

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New: Windows is now against Ubuntu screen captures

Hello, yesterday no problem with my screen captures from Ubuntu in my double boot.
But today, Windows does not let me read, neither rename, neither move no image from gnome-screenshot, he pretends he doesn’t like the « : » that shows date and time, can we replace those by « -« , and he also tells name is too long, but the error is not at all due to length, but to ponctuation character in my images.
I can access same files from Windows and Ubuntu Linux (Utopic Unicorn 4.10) . Utopic will stay as if it were LTS because it is compatible with my printer, but the true LTS, is not.
So can you do something about it for me to be able to read screen captured images from both systems without renaming all?

Follow in launchpad…

I got answer from Hizoka, so I wrote to launchpad:

It’s OK, yes files can be renamed in Ubuntu. It’s double boot that created the problem. I even thought it was a virus since I coundn’t even delete these images, but it wasn’t. Someone suggested:
find « /media/fran/Acer/Documents and Settings/Francoise/Pictures » -iname « *.png » -exec rename ‘s/:/-/g’ {} \;
It replaces all « : » by « – » in my Windows « Pictures » folders and sub-folders without touching *.jpg, and can be done from terminal without loosing time finding a program that will do it in /media mounted disk for folders and sub-folders.

find « /media/windows-address-until-your-folder/Pictures » -iname « *.png » -exec rename ‘s/:/-/g’ {} \;

it’s only one line.

 

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Google Chrome Freezes, don’t know what to do, I’m trying:

Uninstall it (1st the free one, 2nd the non free one):
sudo apt-get purge -f chromium-browser
sudo apt-get purge -f google-chrome-stable
sudo apt-get purge -f pepperflashplugin-nonfree
sudo updatedb

Then find all files left with locate google-chrome and cache left and empty them all.

Empty (it is possible Local State is the one that bugs):
/home/fran/.config/google-chrome
/home/fran/.cache/google-chrome/Default/Cache
/home/fran/.cache/google-chrome/Default/Media Cache

Delete files:
/home/fran/.cache/software-center/piston-helper/rec.ubuntu.com,api,1.0,recommend_app,google-chrome-stable,,ab8e25bc835f33c6ca5c580b6a249704

sudo apt-get clean; sudo apt-get autoclean; sudo apt-get autoremove; sudo updatedb; sudo apt-get update; sudo apt-get upgrade;

Re-install it from repositories:

http://www.ubuntuupdates.org/ppa/google_chrome?dist=stable
wget -q -O – https://dl-ssl.google.com/linux/linux_signing_key.pub | sudo apt-key add –
sudo sh -c ‘echo « deb http://dl.google.com/linux/chrome/deb/ stable main » >> /etc/apt/sources.list.d/google.list’
sudo apt-get update; sudo apt-get install google-chrome-stable

If duplicate, correct your source.list (Sources de logiciels, partiellement accessible depuis la logithèque également) from terminal.

In Other Softwares/Autres Logiciels, in Source.List I have webupd8team already installed. If you don’t have:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/java
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install oracle-java8-installer