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Accessory Cases with USB port coverview story

http://androidforums.com – Just wondering if anyone has come across any cases apart from the one that comes with the phone, that has a cover over the headphone jack and usb port? I work in a really dusty environment and don't want to destroy my phone by getting it jammed up with dust. Thanks! (General)

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Capturing window titlesview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – What exactly are you trying to do? Redirect or display them where?What DE/WM are you using? karol https://bbs.archlinux.org/profile.php?id=25522 2014-07-27T16:52:18Z (HowTos)

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Oracle Virtual Box Machine Suddenly inaccessible [on hold]view story

http://stackoverflow.com – All was working perfectly until I can't access the machine anymore. I tried to restore my computer to 5 days earlier, but it did not help. It is telling me: Runtime error opening 'C:\Users\Admin\VirtualBox VMs\Linux and Python Programming\Linux and Python Programming.vbox' for reading: -102 (File not found.). D:\tinderbox\win-4.2\src\VBox\Main\src-server\MachineImpl.cpp[725] (long __cdecl Mach (HowTos)

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General Random Reboots!view story

http://androidforums.com – So maybe once per day, sometimes less, sometimes more, I'll suddenly see my Prevail2 just reboot itself out of the blue. I have CWM installed and it's rooted with Framaroot. This just started maybe a week ago. Anyone else getting this silliness or am I just special? (General)

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nullpointerexception using setadapter with custom classview story

http://stackoverflow.com – I'm trying to display an imageview - textview combination, but I keep getting errors when trying to actually display the data. I'm trying to get input from the user to search for something - and then run some background methods to pull data. (HowTos)

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batch: wmic difficulty in FOR loopview story

http://superuser.com – I'm trying to learn to write batch files so I can be more useful at work, but I'm having some difficulty with wmic inside a for loop. (HowTos)

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Getting started with Android Studio on Ubuntu/Linux (14.04 LTS)view story

http://blog.sudobits.com – Android Studio is the new development environment for Android (officially recommended). (HowTos)

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Before 24/7/14. Please help me about electrical and electronic. Urgent.view story

http://forum.allaboutcircuits.com – The question is : How to make a DC power supply with a fixed 12V output using a bridge rectifier. I hope you guys can help me as soon as possible. (Embedded)

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Zabbix LDAP Authentication test: Blank pageview story

http://serverfault.com – I've created a user named zabbix on the AD and also in the Zabbix management front-end. I have followed the Zabbix Docs . But after giving credentials when I click on test, I get a blank page, no error messages, actually no messages at all. Please help to debug. I enabled the debug mode, but I dont think it is helpful for this issue. (HowTos)

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Clone USB-drive bit for bitview story

http://superuser.com – I have a USB-drive that is encrypted with Truecrypt. Now, I'd like to make a copy of it from time to time, so I need a method of cloning the USB. The two USB-sticks are of same size, brand, and type, if that matters. (HowTos)

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How to implement a class with FIX typesview story

http://stackoverflow.com – Here is a working code #include "quickfix/FixFields.h" #include "quickfix/Values.h" int main() { FIX::BeginString beginString(FIX::BeginString_FIX42); return 0; } It compiles and if I print the value of beginString I get the expected result. Now I want to implement a class with the same type #include "quickfix/FixFields.h" #include "quickfix/Values.h" class A { FIX::BeginString beginS (HowTos)

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vim: hide first n letters of all lines in a fileview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I am analyzing log file using vim and the format looks like this YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.USEC PID Name LogText Since Most of the times I don't care about date and time. I want to hide them and just focus on the Name and LogText columns (To save some screen estate). Since the first three columns always occupy the first 35 letters in a line. (HowTos)