I am learning Ionic Framework as part of the coursework of my classes on mobile development, but having several problems with it.
Currently, I am trying to use Ionic 3 on my Windows 10 computer. It installs just fine with npm. However, after telling the name I want for my project (i.e. after I run
ionic start) it never finishes executing.
I waited 4 hours and the command was still running. I also don’t see any new folder inside the folder I am creating the new project. I have tried both using the Command Prompt with and without administrative privileges to no avail.
I have also setup a virtual machine with Ubuntu inside my computer, and everything works just fine there, but I don’t want to program while inside the VM.
Screenshot of the problem in imgur.com
I’ve been looking for way to list what processes/applications on my host are subscribing to what multicast addresses.
Through the command line, I can issue
netsh interface ip show joins
which lists all interfaces and the multicast addresses are joined by my host:
Interface 19: Wi-Fi Scope References Last Address ---------- ---------- ---- --------------------------------- 0 2 Yes 18.104.22.168
From what I understand, the “references” column shows the number of processes assigned to each group. In the above excerpt, I’ve started two processes on my host to listen to this address. If I terminate them both, this column instead shows zero, as expected.
For sure, Windows must keep track of these in order to deliver incoming datagrams. I wonder if there is any tool which lists what applications are listening to this group (PID and/or executables)? Also what ports are used would be of interest.
Всем привет. Есть код для запуска программы на Linux в файле run.sh:
#!/bin/bash javac -sourcepath src -classpath lib/stdlib.jar -d out src/game/Run.java java -classpath out:lib/stdlib.jar game.Run
Вопрос, как будет выглядеть .bat файл для запуска данной программы на Windows?
I’ve already used Ubuntu a little bit on a virtual machine before but now I have to have a real Linux system for a college course so I’m trying to prepare in advance for this course by installing it.
However, as I’ve been a windows used thusfar, I still have windows 10 on my main SSD 250GB on the laptop. I will most likely use windows10 for some python programming and games, because all my tools and visual studio are installed on my windows SSD.
So, I decided that since my laptop has a second hard drive bay for another hard drive, I decided to buy a Kingston 960GB SSD for this purpose of having Ubuntu on it.
I haven’t done anything yet, because I don’t have the proper screw driver to install the big Kingston SSD yet.
some questions about dual booting for my case
1.) I was thinking about having a smaller partition for the Ubuntu system if that is possible, so that I would only have about 500 – 600GB for the Ubuntu system on the Kingston SSD. How do I partition that new Kingston SSD?
2.) I would like to have the rest of the Kingston SSD partition available for extra storage space for my windows system (something like 460- 360GB) if that makes any sense, because my main windows SSD is only 250GB and I would like little bit extra space occasionally on the windows side. How do I make the bigger Kingston partition available for Ubuntu, and the smaller partition available for windows10 if that is possible?
3.) windows10 is already installed of course on the smaller current 250GB SSD
4.) I have backed up most of my personal files from the windows10 SSD of course
5.) laptop is acer nitro 5
Of late I’ve had to write Console Event Handling into some our C# command-line tools. This has been largely successful.
What I’m curious know is this: in which Windows Event log are these events recorded? It would be helpful to know what applications issued these events so that we can better manage their generation and handling.
I have a Samba 4.5.12 server on Debian 9 that is configured with extended attributes for enabling Windows clients to set permissions on folders with the standard Windows dialogs. I have a one on one user mapping from Windows to Samba.
I’m able to retrieve the Samba user list (from security->edit->add->advanced->find now) and give permissions to shared folders when I’m logged in as a Windows local administrator, but I get a dialog box asking for credentials when trying to do the same thing with a standard Windows user. I’m able to traverse folders and read/write on the server share though. I’m not able to give permissions even when I don’t go to advanced but just enter the user name after “add” (I get a name not found dialog).
So, the question is, what extra permissions the standard Windows users need to get, to be able to retrieve the user list from Samba and set folder permissions on the server?
I’m trying to start using Ubuntu. I already had Windows 10 in my hdd, I made a new partition for Ubuntu 18.04 and then installed it. Both OS are in the same hdd but in different partitions, but when I boot it shows the grub and it won’t show Windows 10 option, it shows Windows Boot Manager (and if I pick this it will let me boot in Windows but it’s slow). I already tried
os-prober (from this question: GRUB does not detect Windows) and this is what it shows
/dev/sda2@/EFI/Microsoft/Boot/bootmgfw.efi:Windows Boot Manager:Windows:efi
when I use
fdisk -l this is what it shows (in Spanish, I’m sorry)
Disco /dev/sda: 931.5 GiB, 1000204886016 bytes, 1953525168 sectores Unidades: sectores de 1 * 512 = 512 bytes Tamaño de sector (lógico/físico): 512 bytes / 4096 bytes Tamaño de E/S (mínimo/óptimo): 4096 bytes / 4096 bytes Tipo de etiqueta de disco: gpt Identificador del disco: C271E36A-B1BA-4B61-9C48-B90831A729D5 Dispositivo Comienzo Final Sectores Tamaño Tipo /dev/sda1 2048 1023999 1021952 499M Entorno de recuperación de Windows /dev/sda2 1024000 1226751 202752 99M Sistema EFI /dev/sda3 1226752 1259519 32768 16M Reservado para Microsoft /dev/sda4 1259520 1187666070 1186406551 565.7G Datos básicos de Microsoft /dev/sda5 1187667968 1953523711 765855744 365.2G Sistema de ficheros de Linux
I’m not sure what should I do or what all of these means, I’m not used to linux.
In BIOS I have secure boot and legacy both disabled. I already made sure hibernate option is disabled in Windows
I want to know how to exclude a specific file or file extension from Windows Defender from the command line. Does anyone have experience with this?
I want to know either how to exclude a file from Windows Defender or just allow the application through Windows Defender so it wouldn’t get scanned in the command line.
I’ve created a Windows 7 x64 system partition image on an empty volume on another drive because the original boot drive was throwing errors and SMART BIOS thinks it is “bad” even though the manufacturer’s utility reports it as in good health.
The image is here:
Is there a simple way to make S: the boot volume, change its drive letter to C:, and take the original drive offline, without having to copy the image somewhere else? I don’t have any free space anywhere to put it, and all the SATA cables are in use.
I have a folder on one of my hard drives,
P:\csharp\aperture\keystone\src\Keystone, which I want to delete but cannot. I have tried numerous different ways to change/reset permissions and I still cannot delete this folder.
PS P:\csharp\aperture> whoami azuread\mikelloyd PS P:\csharp\aperture> rm -Recurse -Force .\keystone\ rm : Cannot remove item P:\csharp\aperture\keystone\src: The directory is not empty. At line:1 char:1 + rm -Recurse -Force .\keystone\ + ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ + CategoryInfo : WriteError: (src:DirectoryInfo) [Remove-Item], IOException + FullyQualifiedErrorId : RemoveFileSystemItemIOError,Microsoft.PowerShell.Commands.RemoveItemCommand rm : Cannot remove item P:\csharp\aperture\keystone\: The directory is not empty. At line:1 char:1 + rm -Recurse -Force .\keystone\ + ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ + CategoryInfo : WriteError: (P:\csharp\aperture\keystone\:DirectoryInfo) [Remove-Item], IOException + FullyQualifiedErrorId : RemoveFileSystemItemIOError,Microsoft.PowerShell.Commands.RemoveItemCommand PS P:\csharp\aperture> rmdir .\keystone\ Confirm The item at P:\csharp\aperture\keystone\ has children and the Recurse parameter was not specified. If you continue, all children will be removed with the item. Are you sure you want to continue? [Y] Yes [A] Yes to All [N] No [L] No to All [S] Suspend [?] Help (default is "Y"): A rmdir : Access to the path 'P:\csharp\aperture\keystone\src\Keystone' is denied. At line:1 char:1 + rmdir .\keystone\ + ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ + CategoryInfo : PermissionDenied: (P:\csharp\aperture\keystone\:String) [Remove-Item], UnauthorizedAccessException + FullyQualifiedErrorId : RemoveItemUnauthorizedAccessError,Microsoft.PowerShell.Commands.RemoveItemCommand PS P:\csharp\aperture> icacls.exe .\keystone\ /reset /T processed file: .\keystone\ processed file: .\keystone\src .\keystone\src\Keystone: Access is denied. Successfully processed 2 files; Failed processing 1 files
I don’t have read privileges.
It can’t show the owner:
If I try to change the owner, I don’t have permission to view or edit the object:
What is really strange is that I created the folder with my user, so I should be the effective owner. I have tried to delete the user as Administrator, but I can’t do that either. I can’t even delete the folder as
P:\csharp\aperture\keystone\src>whoami /user USER INFORMATION ---------------- User Name SID =================== ======== nt authority\system S-1-5-18 P:\csharp\aperture\keystone\src>rmdir /S Keystone Keystone, Are you sure (Y/N)? Y Access is denied.
How can I delete this folder that I created?