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|Why does this sqlite3 command work interactively but not in batch?|
It is the first time I see the indicated syntax. Sorry, I have no idea
of how it works.
But this can be solved with ((i use this in windows batch files and as
far as i know also in linux):
Command directly from command line
sqlite3 records.db 'delete from records'
Command piped to sqlite
echo delete from records; | sqlite3 records.db
And, of course, you can place the commands in a file a
|Gem does not install Jekyll on Ubuntu 14.04: command not recognized|
We have two apparently contradictory pieces of information. On one
hand jekyll is installed since the command jekyll -v is recognized. On
the other hand, both the error you get and the gem list output tell us
that your particular version of Ruby doesn't have jekyll installed.
You have a couple of issues to contend with:
OS vs Gem
Here is how you can try to solve it:
|install cordova failed with node.js command prompt|
Cordova was installed successfully. You are looking at the dependency
tree, so don't worry.
Bear in mind that you have installed the CLI tools. You have to
actually create a cordova project with the command before you will see
a cordova project.
cordova create <Your project name>
|NPM Install failing with Jenkins, working fine when called from command prompt|
got a feeling that jenkins user on that windows got the npm cache
directory all wrong.
you could set the npm cache to a different directory via npm config.
npm config set cache C:labla
|How to prevent command prompt ( windows ) from opening file when typing command?|
Sounds like python files are associated with an editor instead of with
the python interpreter.
If so you'll have to change the associations for .py files (found in
folder options), or call the python interpreter:
C:path opython appcfg.py download_app -A -V