hvtuananh

Brooklyn, NY

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Age: 27

My personal blog: http://www.hvtuananh.com

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comment Partition on External Hard Drive not showing in Finder
Seems that you only need to execute one more command, using the same terminal above. If it does not help, I can't think of anything else: sudo chown RachelNicholsIII:staff /Volumes/RachelReboot* and enter your password.
Mar
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comment Partition on External Hard Drive not showing in Finder
From the terminal above, can you do ls -la and tell me what do your file permissions look like? Who owned your files? your username or root?
Mar
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comment Partition on External Hard Drive not showing in Finder
By executing this command: cd /Volumes/RachelReboot* (there is an asterisk in the end of the command)
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comment Partition on External Hard Drive not showing in Finder
Can you cd into RachelReboot Backup? This partition is owned by root, not by you like the other 2.
Mar
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comment Partition on External Hard Drive not showing in Finder
Do you see your partition in Disk Utility?
Mar
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comment Cannot find my WordPress admin URL
Do you have FTP access? Have you tried to login via FTP?
Mar
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comment How to get names of first 200 Facebook users using Python?
what do you expect?
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comment Trying to split file path into a tuple using recursion
For example, enter the following in Python console: string = '''C:/Users:/Games''';string.split('/')
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comment Trying to split file path into a tuple using recursion
Yeah now I realized the question is about tuple. In this case I will probably modify the function to return a list instead, and convert to tuple in the end.
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answered Trying to split file path into a tuple using recursion
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comment Python - Sum of the factorials
sorry I forgot to re indent the B=B+A line. Basically you would need to do this once for every factorial
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answered Python - Sum of the factorials
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comment Having trouble resolving a 'list index out of range' error
If error is at file_no2 = line2.split()[0] then I guess line2 is empty.
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