So, my Macbook Pro (15-inch, 2018) are often bluetooth “roaming” and connecting to devices (like my headphones) despite being on battery power with closed lid. I would very much like to disable this feature – seems like a bit of a security/privacy concern as well.
Any ideas on how to disable bluetooth when lid is closed?
I’m having trouble disabling YouTube’s “AutoPlay on Home” feature on my wife’s phone/account. I’ve followed the instructions provided on Google’s support site, but when I reach the settings for “Autoplay”, there is no “AutoPlay on Home” option to change (see below).
ex. YouTube Missing AutoPlay on Home
I believe she is running v14.23.50 of the YouTube app for Android 9 on a Pixel 3 phone.
Can I somehow get to this setting? Should I report this to YouTube?
I have a work computer, and every time I turn it on and log in, hot corners are enabled where when I move my mouse to a corner inadvertently, it locks my screen. This happens all the time in the middle of my work.
Every time, this annoys me, and I go into System Preferences and set all the hot corners options to none. But, the next day or whenever I restart my computer, they come back! I am wondering if anyone knows how to permanently disable them so I don’t need to manually disable them every time I restart my work MacBook.
Is there a terminal command or something I can set to stop Hot Corners settings from resetting back on constantly? I’m guessing my company has defaults that they apply that override the settings on restart.
I’ve managed to get a working L2TP VPN connection on Ubuntu 18.04 and Kubuntu 18.04. However, on both, whenever I disconnect from the VPN I loose internet connectivity until I disable my network card and re-enable. Anyone else? Anyone know why?
When starting pgAdmin, I’m prompted:
Please set a master password for pgAdmin
This is a new feature of pgAdmin4 4.7: https://www.pgadmin.org/docs/pgadmin4/dev/release_notes_4_7.html
How can I disable this?
The local documentation tells me to set the “configuration parameter”
MASTER_PASSWORD_REQUIRED=False, but I don’t know where/how to do this: http://127.0.0.1:37059/help/help/master_password.html
I am using Ubuntu 18.04 LTS with gnome on a Thinkpad x250 connected to two external monitors through a docking station:
Monitor 1: Dell 24″ Monitor 2: Eizo 17″, Rotated Internal: x250 LCD, Disabled
I have set them up accordingly in
settings > devices > displays accordingly:
But it seems to just act as one big display where the menubar or maximized windows extend across both screens, the 24″ display is ‘zoomed’ (seems to render the combined resolution of both monitors) so moving the mouse to the sides pans the screen, and is vertically limited by the resolution of the smaller screen.
The smaller screen is ‘anchored’ to the top-right and does not pan.
I feel like this is some kind of mirroring issue, but I’m really confused as there is no mirroring option available?
The display behaves like so:
xrandr --current output: https://pastebin.com/7EhJrj5C
I have a requirement to disable in the windows 7 computers of the company the support for static key cipher suites.
I have searched and found that this registry key, holds the allowed cipher suites, in a value called Functions.
I have searched about how to identify the static suites in order to remove them from the list. but I haven’t found anything.
My question is what I need to search in the ciphers string, to remove the support for static keys.
I’m still able to add users which are not imported via AD-Import in user profile service.
Is there any way to stop adding them in sites?
In the developer docs I’ve found the option to unrestrict API access. Is there an option to restrict access to the API for everything i.e. nothing is anonymous? Or is there a way to disable the magento API?
Maybe I misunderstand but seems like bots can spam your API endpoint to retrieve a lot of information.