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Saturday, April 26, 2014

sudo: must be setuid root error

Open terminal and do, 
su -
or
su  - root

Next, type: 

chmod 4755 /usr/bin/sudo

 
That's it!!! 

Scrape files from Browser with perl script

my (@arg) = @ARGV;
#perl script to scrape the slides from browser all at once
if (!@arg){
    print "USAGE: \n
       First arg : SEMISTER Number
       Second Arg: Semister Subject
       Third arg : UNIT Number
       Fourth Arg : Number of Pages
       IMAGE TYPE : JPG or PNG 
       Example: perl $0 3 DIF233 UNIT2 49 jpg\n";
     exit;   
}else{
    #print "$arg[0]==$arg[1] === $arg[2]==$arg[3]\n";
    system("mkdir -p $arg[1]/$arg[2]"); #creates directory where you want to store the slides
    system("cd  $arg[1]/$arg[2];"); #path to that directory
   
    #my $val="(?:jpg|png)";
    my $val = $arg[3];
      for(my $i=0;$i<=$val;$i++){ #from 0 to the number of slides the ppt has
   
     my $val1= "wget http://media.msconline.au-kbc.org.in/slides/semester$arg[0]/$arg[1]/$arg[2]/slides/complete/img$i.jpg"; #scrapes the slides from browser
      my $val2= "convert img$i.jpg slide.pdf"; #converts all slides to one pdf
     my $val3= "mv slide.pdf '$arg[1]/$arg[2]/'"; #moves the pdf to the directory created
      system("$val1");
     system("$val2");
      system("$val3");
    }
    for(my $i=0;$i<=$val;$i++){
        $c = `pwd`; #the directory is from your present working directory
        chomp($c);
        $aa = "$c/$arg[1]/$arg[2]/";
       
        #print "cp img$i.png $aa\n";
    system ("mv img$i.jpg  $aa"); #moves the slides to the directory created

    }

#http://media.msconline.au-kbc.org.in/slides/semester3/DIF233/unit1/slides/complete/img{0..63}.png
#http://media.msconline.au-kbc.org.in/slides/semester3/DIF233/combined/img0.jpg   
#http://media.msconline.au-kbc.org.in/slides/semester3/DIF232/unit2/slides/complete/img8.html
#http://media.msconline.au-kbc.org.in/slides/semester3/DIF232/unit2/slides/complete/img8.png
#run as perl down.pl 4 DIF%20004 unit1 63
}

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Sources error during update

There are chances that while installing any package you might get sources error and update wont happen. Don't worry at all.
Just do,
sudo rm /etc/apt/sources.list.d/<name.list>