iOS 12 “Welcome to Apple Music” keeps coming [duplicate]

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  • How to stop the Apple Music ads every time I launch the Music app?

I just want to listen to my own music on iPhone.

I just want to open Music where it was the last time.

I don’t want to join “Apple music”. Not now. Not ever.

I don’t want to say “Not now” each time Apple ask me to join Apple Music.

So I cut the cellular access to Music, even signed out of “Home sharing”, but still, that thing comes again.

Seriously, how to get rid of that annoying advertisement, for good?

Transit visa of Dubai [duplicate]

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  • Process and eligibility for transit visa in Dubai for Pakistanis (21 hour layover) 1 answer

I am travelling from Helsinki to dubai and then to Multan.I have 22 hours layover.I am travelling with flydubai.Will airline provide me transit visa and hotel if not then whats the transit visa requirements.

Travel to Europe (Spain) while remote working from USA-based company [duplicate]

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  • As a US Citizen, if I'm visiting the Schengen region, can I “work from home”? [duplicate] 1 answer
  • Do I need a visa to work remotely in Europe as a Canadian citizen for six weeks? 1 answer

This question mentions some of the laws and challenges and what have you of working remote from Europe to USA, So does this one, but how about the other way around? If I am working remotely in an USA-based company, living in the USA and I wish to travel to Europe for a short period of time (a month or less), would there be any current issues with Visas or the Visa Waiver Program? Or is it safe, providing enough proof that there’s no wish to stay?

Can Schengen visa from France be used later on for other countries as well with a break? [duplicate]

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  • Does a multiple-entry Schengen visa allow visiting other Schengen countries later, without going via the issuing country? 2 answers

I want to apply for a Schengen short stay Visa for France to travel in August 2019. The duration of the stay will be for 3 days and then I will return back to London. Later on, can I use the same visa to travel for a longer duration to other Schengen countries and return?

Also, as far as I understand from this forum, once I get the visa issued from France this month, I cannot use it to travel to another country for two days and return to London before going to France in August.

Correct me if I am wrong.

Vigenette transfer Uk visit visa [duplicate]

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  • How is biometric for vigenette transfer visit visa done

I lost my Pakistani passport in Italy which had a 10 year UK Visit I am applying for a vignette transfer from Pakistan but for biometrics it is giving the address of post office in London and not Pakistan. Can anyone guide me what should be done.

Can monsters attack when they have a PC grappled? [duplicate]

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  • Can one attack for damage after having grappled an opponent? 2 answers

Can a monster make an attack with a weapon that it is using to grapple with?
For example, if a Chuul has two player’s grappled with its two pincer attacks, can it still make a pincer attack? (Let’s ignore the tentacles for this example.)

Maybe this is a duplicate but I’ve only seen questions addressing player’s attacking while grappling and not vice versus. I also believe the answer is different because with player’s you need to have two free hands to grapple two creatures, but you can still make unarmed attacks (due to the openness of an unarmed attack) on your turn where as a monster has specific attacks.

To add some depth to the question, it seems to make no sense for a Chuul to grapple two players since it is now limited to its tentacle attack each turn as opposed to grappling only one player and being able to attack with one pincer and its tentacle attack. Was that RAI? A few other creatures fall in this category as well.

Extremely slow speeds when tethering via usb [duplicate]

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  • RNDIS Connection Lag On Windows, Not Linux 1 answer

I finished building my new gaming PC today. Since my phone’s (Galaxy S9) internet is usually much faster than my house’s internet, I tethered it to my new computer. However, I’m experiencing much, much slower internet speeds than on my last PC. So, I ran a few speed tests. On my phone, I got around ~20Mbps download speeds. On my PC, I got around ~0.80Mbps download speeds. This seems to make no sense, as I even have USB 3.0 ports that I can plug into instead of the 2.0 ports I used to have. I tried this, but to no avail. I did recently buy a new USB-C cable for my phone, maybe that’s the cause?

My phone’s tethering speeds have never been this slow, and it’s really starting to sour my new computer’s freshness.

What could possibly be happening?

Other info:

Completely fresh install of Windows 10 Home.

Asus Prime X470-Pro motherboard.

Android Pie installed on my phone.

How do I fix duplicate console errors during VM migration from Ubuntu 10.04 to Ubuntu 18.04?

I’m trying to migrate a VM from an ancient Ubuntu 10.04 server to a fresh Ubuntu 18.04 install, and I get the following error:

Unable to migrate guest: unsupported configuration: Only the first console can be a serial port  Traceback (most recent call last):   File "/usr/share/virt-manager/virtManager/", line 89, in cb_wrapper     callback(asyncjob, *args, **kwargs)   File "/usr/share/virt-manager/virtManager/", line 437, in _async_migrate     meter=meter)   File "/usr/share/virt-manager/virtManager/", line 1608, in migrate     self._backend.migrate3(libvirt_destconn, params, flags)   File "/usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/", line 1542, in migrate3     if ret is None:raise libvirtError('virDomainMigrate3() failed', dom=self) libvirtError: unsupported configuration: Only the first console can be a serial port 

Dumping the VM’s XML definition with virsh dumpxml shows there are indeed two consoles defined:

...     <console type='pty' tty='/dev/pts/2'>       <source path='/dev/pts/2'/>       <target port='0'/>     </console>     <console type='pty' tty='/dev/pts/2'>       <source path='/dev/pts/2'/>       <target port='0'/>     </console> ... 

I’ve tried editing the VM attributes, but no matter how I apply my edits, virsh dumpxml and virsh edit show the duplicate console entry. I’ve even tried manually editing the XML in /etc/libvirt/qemu/ and physically rebooting the host OS, but this doesn’t change anything.

Is there any way to salvage this VM definition so it can be migrated?

How to assign IP addresses for 150,000 users without exceeding it by 20% (180,000) [duplicate]

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  • How does IPv4 Subnetting Work? 8 answers

The nearest subnet mask to achieve this was But the problem was that it contained 262,142 usable hosts which exceeded the 20% limit. So, I’m not allowed to assign more than 180,000 IP addresses.

Assuming that we can use any available public address for this problem, the approach I took was to use two separate subnet masks which contained 131,070 usuable addresses (IP range and which has 32,766 addresses (IP range –

But the problem that I’m facing now is regarding the gateway address. If I had only one network, the first IP address of the network could be used as the gateway address of the router. Now that I have two small networks, what would be the gateway address for the overall network?

Is there any other way to achieve this using just one network? Thanks.