Can there be created a different firmware for mother boards different than DOS [closed]

Closed. This question is off-topic. It is not currently accepting answers. Want to improve this question? Update the question so it’s on-topic for Server Fault. Closed 9 years ago. Improve this question Maybe this is a dumb question but is something I need to know. All laptops, computers, etc that i’ve used until today runs … Read more

What does timeout /T > null mean in batch programming [closed]

Closed. This question is off-topic. It is not currently accepting answers. Want to improve this question? Update the question so it’s on-topic for Server Fault. Closed 6 years ago. Improve this question What does timeout /T > null mean in batch programming. I mean I can’t seem to figure out what > null means here. … Read more

How to transfer file(s) from a Unix system to a DOS system? [closed]

Closed. This question is off-topic. It is not currently accepting answers. Want to improve this question? Update the question so it’s on-topic for Server Fault. Closed 8 years ago. Improve this question What is the simplest way to transfer files from a Unix system to a DOS system? Preferably without any “extra” tools on the … Read more

Clearing temp files – Batch file pattern matching for *.tmp also includes *.tmpll

A file match for *.tmp also returns various *.tmpll files, is there anyway to restrict it to *.tmp files only? dir C:\*.tmp /s Also lists a load of *.tmpll files as well. Reason for doing this is to provide a simple way of deleting all windows temp files now that CleanMgr has been removed from … Read more

window shell (batch) script to list files changed since yesterday

Any example of windows xp dos script(.bat) that when run will iterate all subdirectories and list all files that have date updated since yesterday time? Answer This should get you pretty close to what you need. I pipe this to a txt file called dir.txt on my desktop. @echo off XCOPY * “%TEMP%” /H /L … Read more

file locking problems with recent Samba versions (from DOS/Clipper under XP)

we have several DOS applications (Clipper) which share dbase files on a file server. The applications run under XP. This has worked for about two decades with Netware and for years with Samba (member server) without problems. Some weeks ago I upgraded openSUSE from 11.4 (samba-3.6.3) to 12.2 (samba-3.6.7) and changed the hardware (to AMD … Read more

Windows – How to redirect all console output to text file? The console program is called by another software that I can’t control

It is a pretty complicated issue (at least for me). GUI software at a given moment, calls console software, which outputs something to console and quits. I’d like to save those results to a text file, but I can’t call the console software myself. Is there anyway to globally record all console outputs? Answer Nope. … Read more

Quit remote process and start it later

I have a console application running remotely in multiple computers. I was wondering if there’s any way to quit from it remotely and then start it again. I saw the use of taskkill to quit the application, but… is that the correct way of doing it? Won’t it have consequence in terms of memory usage … Read more