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How to Install Android in VirtualBox
How to Install Android in VirtualBox
If you’re itching give Android a try but don’t necessarily want use your whole computer for the task, the best option is to run it in a virtual machine using VirtualBox. It’s actually pretty easy to set up, and will offer you the full Android experience in a matter of a few minutes. Let’s do this thing.
·www.howtogeek.com·
How to Install Android in VirtualBox
youtube-dl
youtube-dl
Script Python per scaricare un video da YouTube da console: youtube-dl URL
·ytdl-org.github.io·
youtube-dl
Brian Teeman - Authorising and Approving Joomla Users
Brian Teeman - Authorising and Approving Joomla Users
For my latest project I need, for security purposes, to check the details of every user who registers on the site BEFORE I approve them. Dependent on their answers to the questions on the registration form they will either be rejected, approved or approved as members of a privileged usergroup.
·brian.teeman.net·
Brian Teeman - Authorising and Approving Joomla Users
cheat.sh
cheat.sh
Cheat sheet per Linux da terminale
·cheat.sh·
cheat.sh
How To Create an Accordion
How To Create an Accordion
Well organized and easy to understand Web building tutorials with lots of examples of how to use HTML, CSS, JavaScript, SQL, PHP, Python, Bootstrap, Java and XML.
·www.w3schools.com·
How To Create an Accordion
environment variables - Change prompt when starting a terminal from bash script (but don't affect all terminals) - Unix & Linux Stack Exchange
environment variables - Change prompt when starting a terminal from bash script (but don't affect all terminals) - Unix & Linux Stack Exchange
I have two terminals installed, gnome-terminal and xfce4-terminal. I would like to have only the xfce terminal showing a simple > as prompt when I start it. The gnome-terminal prompt should rem...
·unix.stackexchange.com·
environment variables - Change prompt when starting a terminal from bash script (but don't affect all terminals) - Unix & Linux Stack Exchange
How do I make Atom recognize a file with extension X as language Y? - FAQ - Atom Discussion
How do I make Atom recognize a file with extension X as language Y? - FAQ - Atom Discussion
Atom includes a feature called “custom file types” which you can use by adding some entries into your config.cson that look like this: core: customFileTypes: 'source.ruby': [ 'Cheffile' 'this-is-also-ruby' ] 'source.cpp': [ 'h' ] The key (for example source.ruby in the above snippet) is the language’s scope name. The value is an array of file extensions, without the period, to match to that scope name.
·discuss.atom.io·
How do I make Atom recognize a file with extension X as language Y? - FAQ - Atom Discussion