I need a shell script that can configure IP, Mask, Gateway, DNS´s & hostname in a guided step by step at the login of my linux machine on each boot.
Im running Ubuntu 10.2
I have a nice bash shell script that runs a multi-step analysis well. I already have the SGE options set up to email me the progress of the run (started, completed, aborted), but a final step would be to code the shell script to email the final output (a .txt file) to the same email address (as an attachement). Is this possible?
What self guided learning practices and strategies do people use?Ive been trying to base mine on the following approachset an overall goal, but don't focus on it too muchchoose goals that will keep you motivated.
I've been working on a script that automates setting up a development environment for Raspberry Pi development (step by step details that work are here). The script is linked in that article but convenience you can find it here also.
Hey guys i know all of you hate that goddamn ime switcher.heres how to remove it.
Step 1 have adb binaries and drivers on computer
Step 2 adb pull framework-res.apk
Step 3 take the apk and decompile it with apktool or other tool
Step 3 navigate to res/values/bools.xml
Step 4 look at line that contains words ime switcher....change the value from true to false ..its right there.....
Step 4 recompile