From the life of Joseph, we can see that he was a righteous young man, well rooted in his beliefs at 17 years of age, when he was sold into slavery by his own brothers. (Genesis 37) Later on in Genesis 39, Joseph finds himself serving under Potiphar’s command, an officer of Pharaoh. It was here when Potiphar’s wife tempted Joseph to perform a wicked act, Joseph responded “How then can I do this great wickedness, and sin against God?” (Genesis 39:9) and in verse 12 “he left his garment in her hand, and fled, and got him out”.
When there is no specific vision, man lives to please himself. When there is a God given vision, every decision of one’s life should be to fulfill that vision. Take Nehemiah’s life, his God given vision was to rebuild Jerusalem’s walls and every decision was taken with that vision in mind. Ultimately man’s goal should be to serve God.
By setting up some preferences in Eclipse, we can achieve an IntelliSense-like behavior in Eclipse. If you have ever used Microsoft Visual Studio, then let me explain what IntelliSense is. IntelliSense can speed up your coding by auto-completing your words as you type, lets say you have aVeryLongVariable in your code, as soon as you start typing aV, a box will pop-up with the suggestions for auto-completion, you can either continue typing or just press enter and your variable will be auto-completed.
You can check and install updates in Fedora Linux using the Software app or thru command line. Personally I like command line better since is faster and less trouble some than having to go thru Software.
I had Fedora 17 installed and decided to upgrade to Fedora 18, upon upgrading I noticed in GRUB menu options Fedora 17 was still listed. As a good and organized computer user, I started looking and asking how to clean this messy looking GRUB and found the solution.
This is how my GRUB menu looked like after the upgrade:
So recently I was doing doing some bash scripting and required a functionality that would allow my script to wait for for a trigger file in order to execute. After some thinking, I was able to some up with a function to perform the required action.
Basically, how this works is that a function will be looping constantly looking in a specific directory for a specific file to arrive, the function will loop ‘n’ times looking for that specific trigger file, sleeping ‘n’ seconds in between tries. Once found, it fires off the next portion of the script (or a separate script). If the file is not found in ‘n’ times, then will exit with an exit code of 1. You can also set it so it will keep looking for the trigger file indefinitely.
This snippet will also send an email if the trigger file is not found in ‘n’ times.
Code after the jump.
I’m sharing two code snippets that will send an email. These snippets accept three parameters: a subject, an email address and a text file containing the email message.
Code after the jump.
Basically bulkGetter functions as a downloading command line tool accepting an input file as a feed with the desired link(s) to download. It can download files, save them to a specified location and rename them.
For this tool to work, you need to have ‘wget’ tool, if you have Linux, more than likely is already included in your distribution. If you have OSX, then you need to download it, the only thing is that you have to compile it. Get wget. If you do not wanna go thru the hassle of compilation, then you can download my compiled version that I have provided with bulkGetter.
Procedure that teaches a beginner how to tune an acoustic guitar using an electronic tuner. This must be done before playing the guitar to ensure a clear sound.
- Acoustic guitar
- Electronic tuner
- KORG Guitar/Bass tuner GA-30 used in the instructions
- or “gStrings Free” app in the Android Market
If you are like me, changing roms very often, you will find yourself calibrating your phone’s battery very often. I remember the first rom I flashed back when I had my Sprint Hero, battery life was terrible after flashing it, and since I was a n00b back then, I did not know that I had to calibrate my phone’s battery. After some research, I was able to find out that I needed to calibrate the battery and the how-to thread.