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In some occasions you need to acquire an image of a computer using a boot disk and network connectivity.
Do you think that protect your Excel worksheet with password is safe? You are wrong!
Recently I needed to migrate the contents of a WordPress 2.1.7 (really old!) on a new installation based on WordPress 4.9.1.
So i’ve exported all contents from old site using the standard export procedure, but during the import on the new platform, the process fails with this error:
Error: This does not appear to be a WXR file, missing/invalid WXR version number
The problem seems related to the lack of a version tag in the WRX file exported from the old wordpress, and starting from this information, I’ve found an easy fix that solve the problem (at least for me):
- Open the exported XML file.
- Before the
- Retry the import of the file.
Your Android SD card gets “corrupted” and you don’t have a PC to connect the smartphone and make the check of SD card?
It’s possibile to make this operation directly from the smartphone? (rooted and with busybox installed, of course!)
“It Could Work!”
The binary to do the job is called fsck* (or fsck_msdos), and usually located in /system/bin.
First we need to find the device your SD card is bound to. If it’s mounted, the mount command will assist us:
mount | grep -i sdcard
Check the output and see where your SD card sits.
Output may include something like
Now we can go for the repair job:
su fsck_msdos -y /dev/block/vold/179:65
And after simply reboot the phone!