I was running an Android 7.1.1 custom rom, more specifically PureNexus (which is a great rom by the way), in my Nexus 5X and decided to upgrade to the latest build of PureNexus. So I did what every good person would do, I created a nandroid backup utilizing TWRP and I thought I was redy to revert back in case something went wrong with the upgrade.
This is a pretty basic React boilerplate with Webpack 2 and Semantic UI React
We live in a world where everyone wants to have access to your online data, and most of the time we give that data willingly by either allowing some app in Facebook to access our contacts and personal information, or by signing up to some website using Twitter, either way we give up our personal identity all the time and that poses security risks. Unless is a trusted source, that third party app or website could be selling your personal information and making a fortune at your expense, sometimes even trusted sources resort to doing that.
I’m not gonna lie, I also allow third party apps or websites to access my information, just because is easier to sign up to WebsiteX with my Facebook credentials than with my good ol’ fashioned email/password.
Here we want to update EmployeeNumber in Table1 from EmployeeNumber in Table2 where the id is 108912.
After cleaning a Windows computer from malware, I ran into this strange issue when attempting to connect to the internet. The computer was showing a big red X over the wireless icon and upon opening the Network and Sharing Center I would see the error message The Dependency Service or Group Failed To Start.
I was able to solve this issue by running two simple commands in Command Prompt.
Having a NAS to store files is great, but having a NAS as a media server is awesome. If one of your purposes to have bought a Synology NAS was to have it as a media server, then having Kodi in your PC/Mac/Fire TV is a must. By now you probably know that your Synology NAS gives you an option to install Plex in the NAS itself, however Plex cannot play everything, unlike Kodi.