Does .profile file have any intial values by default. I m presently migrating an application from HP UX to SUN OS. Please share the precautions needs to be taken during migration of .profile file.
Since my upgrade to 14.04, my Compiz settings come and go. After the upgrade I had to restore many of my Compiz settings but some will spontaneously disappear or revert back to default values. The most problematic are the desktop size settings under General Options. Once I set the values, they revert to their default values when I to back to the tab.
Say you have a dimens.xml file that goes in the res/values folder of your project. Then, you want to have some different dimensions based on screen density. So, for example, you can create res/values-hdpi/dimens.xml and res/values-xxhdpi/dimens.xml and have specific data for those configurations.
My question is, is there ever a reason to use res/values-mdpi?
I've built a Windows 2012 R2 Standard x64 terminal server (session-based). Early in the setup process, I was able to log in with my Active Directory credentials, but when I turned it over for wider testing, only accounts that already had local profiles could log in.
i have created a file and i want to add that file to my .profile file. is there a way??
the file has .c extension. when i give "./a.out filename" my file which has been added to .profile has to execute.:confused: