Solution for MX Player not working after android 4.4.3 upgrading


I just installed Android 4.4.3 on my nexus 4, and sadly MX Player does not support this android version.

Problem:

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Solution:
  Just go to play store And update your mx player. That’s all. Now your mx player will work as well as before. 💪

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PS: Before reporting issue,  just check for latest updates in play store. We usually disable the “auto update”.  Update manually for latest release ❇:)

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How to take screenshots in Nexus 4


Take a screenshot:
    There are times when you just want to capture what’s on your phone’s screen, so you can keep a record of it or show it to others at a later date, and thankfully this functionality comes baked into Android these days.
In nexus 4 we can do this by “Simply hold the Volume Down and Power buttons at the same time”.

That’s it.: -)

Actionmailer


Hi frinds,

I created a module for random password generation using “Actionmailer” in rails 3  🙂

And also I’m trying to find a solution for sending password to mobile via sms.

but i didn’t succeed so for. 😦

I think their is no sms provider in india. If anyone know, pls let me know  !

check this link http://actionmailer.heroku.com/

I’ll tell the simple procedure to play wit actionmailer on my next post 🙂

How to change “wordpress” blog address ! (i.e site URL)


Hi friends,

After long time i came to know, in wordpress there is option to change our wordpress blog address. 😉 My friend Mr.Rakesh told to me the procedure, here the simple trick.

Step1:

Click the “My blogs” under “Dashboard

Step2:

  • After clicking the “My blogs” you can see a window that lists the number of blogs maintained by you.
  • Move the mouse over your blog address and you can see a link “Change Blog Address“.
  • Now click that link.

Step3:

  • Enter the New Blog/Site Address
  • Check the “No” Radio button under ” Matching Username?
  • Check the “Yes” check option under “Discard Current Address?
  • Click “Continue” Button

Step4:

  • Click on “I’m sure” button to confirm 🙂

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That’s all.


How to Create Centralized Local “Git Repository”


Hi friends,

Lets see “How to Create Centralized Local “Git Repository

First we have to install “git-core” on both server and client. here I’m using Fedora, So I’m installing using “yum install”. Ubuntu people may use “apt-get install”

[server] $ sudo yum install git git-core

[client] $ sudo yum install git git-core

—-

[client side]

Go to the project Directory using “cd” command.

$ cd project_directory

$ git init

$ git add .

$git commit -m “First commit”

Assume your project is in the directory ~/project. Now we have to create a clone of that project using “–bare”

$ git clone –bare ~/project project.git

Next, copy project.git to the server where you plan to host the public repository. You can use scp, rsync, or whatever is most convenient.

$ scp -r project.git servername@ipaddress:/path_to_dir

Now we copied the project into the “Server Repository”.That’s All.

Then, When you need to clone (or) pull, Create new directory and go insde of that dire., When we cloned a project from server repo., just start with that cloned project and make modifications and make commits using “$ git commit -m “message” then just use “$ git push” to push the modified project. 🙂

$ mkdir cloned

$ cd cloned

$ git clone servername@ipaddress:/path_to_dir/project

Ex:

[rajee@localhost pro]$ git clone --bare sample_app/ sample_app.git
Cloning into bare repository sample_app.git...
done.
[rajee@localhost pro]$ scp -r sample_app.git/
suresh@192.168.1.9:/home/suresh/git-repo

[rajee@localhost ~]$ cd cloned/
[rajee@localhost cloned]$ ls
fapp  testdir  testdir.git

[rajee@localhost cloned]$ git clone suresh@192.168.1.9:/home/suresh/
git-repo/sample_app.git
Cloning into sample_app...
suresh@192.168.1.9's password:
remote: Counting objects: 491, done.
remote: Compressing objects: 100% (451/451), done.
remote: Total 491 (delta 210), reused 0 (delta 0)
Receiving objects: 100% (491/491), 214.64 KiB, done.
Resolving deltas: 100% (210/210), done.

[rajee@localhost cloned]$ ls
fapp  sample_app  testdir  testdir.git
[rajee@localhost cloned]$
suresh@192.168.1.9's password:

[rajee@localhost rails_projects]$ cd sample_app
rajee@localhost rails_projects]$ # make modifications
[rajee@localhost rails_projects]$ git push

 

That’s all.

 

ssh: WARNING: REMOTE HOST IDENTIFICATION HAS CHANGED!


Hi friends,

Today i faced a different problem on “ssh” connection. When i tried to connect a machine with mine, a new problem arrived. 😉 It’s look like the following,

[suresh@mercury ~]$ ssh rajee@192.168.1.7
@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
@    WARNING: REMOTE HOST IDENTIFICATION HAS CHANGED!     @
@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
IT IS POSSIBLE THAT SOMEONE IS DOING SOMETHING NASTY!
Someone could be eavesdropping on you right now (man-in-the-middle attack)!
It is also possible that the RSA host key has just been changed.
The fingerprint for the RSA key sent by the remote host is
25:e5:2b:dd:98:df:c8:f6:36:28:10:3d:c3:93:83:b0.
Please contact your system administrator.
Add correct host key in /home/suresh/.ssh/known_hosts to get
rid of this message.
Offending key in /home/suresh/.ssh/known_hosts:5
RSA host key for 192.168.1.7 has changed and you have requested
strict checking.
Host key verification failed.

The Solution is very simple. Just rename your “.ssh” into “.ssh_old” by using “mv” command.

Ex:

$ mv .ssh .ssh_old

Or just go to “.ssh” directory, and  edit the file name called “known_hosts”. In this file contains, which you already connected machine’s with your’s, public ssh keys . Now just remove the public key which ip address giving trouble.

Ex:

[suresh@mercury ~]$ cd .ssh
[suresh@mercury .ssh]$ ls
known_hosts
[suresh@mercury .ssh]$ cat known_hosts
192.168.1.7 ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAADAQABAAABAQDFZ5W
Dc0VUPae3hL7oWJg35NftAb804U/75vGY5tcffI2+7EeKWAPLWcXQJa9
+TD1q8KhYJjjpgB7Nx3tgl1JCM1Eti6jSFJZwAJKDXWrJqxy/loFq05EM9va9v
QM6sNOpYu8jng8OBXv79s1HoBrtIMUm4ivvqB3yTevYJeTtUQsT/cZRbaelOzmeh
O68xixQ2csUfrNAH//8JfemzsJV9B57+Ln6z/oc61ChdrMWCpwOtsCRMmG2pQsJZ4
xdr1axxlTPKQwblLmnbGLcUKjB4B/RSyjUH3OPLn2nj5KHqrOnbWRyuR1ElR5/x
wHFdbOXn4tkMwRrms6iuQKCitxB
[suresh@mercury .ssh]$

That’s all.