January 20, 2017

Change EOL (End Of Line) Character from Windows to Unix/Linux for all the files in current working directory

Hi all,

For a single file, you can do the change of EOL using notepad++.
Reference: http://psrdotcom.blogspot.in/2017/01/change-eol-end-of-line-character-from.html

But it would be difficult, if you want to do for multiple files in one go.

I have found a solution to update EOL for all files in the current directory.


Make sure that, working directory contains only the files which you want to change EOL.

Note: If not, copy the files to a new directory and change the EOL for all the files in that directory.


  1. Download dos2unix utility from sourceforge https://sourceforge.net/projects/dos2unix/
  2. Extract the zip file
  3. Tip: Make sure that the extracted path doesn't contain spaces.
  4. Keep the bin directory available in your PATH environment variables
  5. Download the customized batch file from GIST https://gist.github.com/psrdotcom/d73ff9590c3010253b5b2a886704b26b
  6. Extract if needed, and place the "dos2unixfolder.bat" in the same directory where the "dos2unix" is placed.
  7. Tip: If you place the batch file in the same folder of dos2unix.exe. You no need to add again the patch of batch file in environment PATH.
  8. Navigate to your folder, where you want all the files EOL to be changed
  9. Press "Right Click on Mouse" in empty area
  10. Select "Open Command Prompt Here"
  11. Type the batch file name "dos2unixfolder.bat"
  12. You will able to see the conversion process
  13. Once the conversion is completed, you can check the EOL coversion in notepad++.
  14. If you need to help in checking, refer to http://psrdotcom.blogspot.in/2017/01/change-eol-end-of-line-character-from.html

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Change EOL (End Of Line) Character from Windows to Unix/Linux using Notepad++

Hi all,

Today I will explain about updating/converting EOL for a single file from windows format to unix/linux format.

  1. In Windows, the EOL (End-Of-Line) character is \r\n (CR LF) (Carriage Return, Line Feed)
  2. In Unix/Linux, the EOL character is \n (LF) (Line Feed)

Check for EOL

If you open the file in notepad++, you will be able to see the EOL character by following below steps:

  • Type the content and hit enter button on keyboard
  • Choose menu "View -> Show Symbol"
  • Check the "Show End of Line" option

  • Now, you will be able to view "CR LF" special symbols in you file at every line end as show below

Update EOL

To convert the EOL from Windows (CR LF) to Unix (LF), do the following

  • Click on "Edit" menu
  • Choose "EOL Conversion"
  • Select "Unix(LF)"

  • Now, you can check the update EOL character in your file. Example conversion show below

This type of conversion useful, when you are updating file in windows and using the same file in U/Linux environment.

Batch File Update

For all files in one folder, you can follow my blog.
Reference: http://psrdotcom.blogspot.in/2017/01/change-eol-end-of-line-character-from_20.html

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January 18, 2017

Asus Zenfone 5 Clear Cache to speed up your phone

Hi all,

Today I will describe about clearing cache in Asus Zenfone 5 to speed up/boost your phone performance.


  • Take backup on your internal storage (Ex: Pics, docs, your important info)
  • Make sure that, you have enough battery level or keep the phone in charging mode


  1. Switch off your phone
  2. Wait for 15 seconds
  3. Press the power button and volume up button simultaneously until Asus logo appears on your mobile screen
  4. By default, it will show "Normal Boot"
  5. By pressing volume up/down button, you will be able to see the following options
  6. Normal Boot, Power Off, Recovery Mode, Restart Bootloader
  7. Select "Recovery Mode"
  8. Press power button
  9. Phone will automatically reboots
  10. You will be able to see "No Command" on screen
  11. Press and hold power button and volume up button simultaneously for 2 seconds and leave it
  12. Now, you will be able to a screen with following options
  13. reboot system now, apply update from adb, wipe data/factory reset, wipe cache partition, reboot to bootloader, power down, view recovery logs
  14. Navigate by clicking volume down button to highlight "wipe cache partition"
  15. Select using power button
  16. You will be able to see fomatting cache message
  17. Wait till the format completes
  18. Once, it shows the format complete, select "Reboot system now" option
Enjoy the speedy Android flavor now.

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