1) increase limit above 300 -I'm betting anyone seeking out your app is looking for something capable of showing results beyond 300.
2) introduce a graphical advanced search that uses some regexp and/or options similar to common findutils options.
Just started using AndroSearch and it's great.
The instructions include a ppa for gambas3 (I don't need to tell you Debian folk not to use the ppa, I'm sure) as well as instructions for temporarily adding 32bit sources so you can get ia32-libs (if you don't already have it)..
The instructions are clear, and even someone newish to gnu/linux (oh yeah, I said the gnu/linux -I refuse to ALWAYS say it but I make an effort to use the term 'gnu/linux' about 1 time out of every 5) will git the gist (holy parenthesis, batman; I made a joke there!) ...will GIT the GIST... of what each command does -you can safely copypasta as of the time of this post and Mint or *buntu users shouldn't run into any problems -Debianers seem to welcome issues so I doubt you need my help ;)
So yup; the page eet iz een juhma'an -translation of the instructions is provided by the dev -but if you're just copypastaing you honestly don't need translation; the app seems to use your localization to display whatever language(s) you need.
Why would you care? If you love linux but have an ios device this app will come in handy.
#linux #audiobook #deutsch #whatever
'find' results in libandroid-support.so;
'rsync' results in libiconv.so;
'gdb' says it can't find libreadline.so.6
'less' gives libncursesw.so.6; '
(apt also fails saying libapt-pkg.so.5.0 not found, but i wasn't sure if that was by design or not)
I've seen a few posts here regarding similar issues that were resolved by update or by running 'export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/data/data/com.termux/files/usr/lib'. My termux is up to date and the export command doesn't resolve the issue in the cases mentioned -the export command appears to succeed in so far as there is no error or output.
I'm happy to provide any additional info that might be relevant.
Looking for any information on what else i can do to try and resolve it.
Fantastic tool by the way -an app that consistently surprises and impresses me. Thanks.
Running 5.1.1 on Samsung Galaxy S5 (canadian variant G900W8). It's rooted (systemless root) but not running custom ROM.
I say this
I kinda' want the Liberals to lose this election badly. If the Liberals 'won' or seriously ate into the Conservative majority I'd get a little emotional kick
The Liberals could have stood for something -but they didn't. They haven't in a long time. Every time they've had an opportunity to do something exciting or different or meaningful it seems they just limply shuffle a few feet to the right, believing (I guess) that that must be what voters wanted from them. If they wouldn't oppose C-51 what exactly would they stand against? Add to that the weird lines in the sand that they would draw, the whole Harper-esque 'you must vote this way if you want to be a Liberal] *1'and the awkward floor crossing/photo-ops and I find I can't bring myself to vote for them even strategically.
Where does that leave me? I honestly don't know for sure; I grew up in a 'Liberal' household and lean left
maybe that's an exaggeration -maybe there aren't that many 'alternative medicine types' running for, or supporting the Greens. But there are at least enough to make me uncomfortable.
I'll probably vote NDP. Probably. But I know I wish the Liberals were a party I could vote for.
_1. That was a tough one for me -being against forcing someone to vote for something I believe in; but the practice of forcing someone to vote a certain way is too open to abuse._
#politics #election #feel_guilty_talking_politics_on_social_media
C-51; Might it be possible to still have an effect? I believe the answer is yes, but people need to engage.
If you have concerns about this bill -if you feel it can't protect Canadians as we're told it's designed to do -if you worry that it goes too far in eroding our rights -or if you flat out believe it's dangerous, please take a few minutes, and maybe have your voice heard.
Regardless of our political leanings (right, left, or centre) there is too much wrong with this bill.
You can contact Canadian Senators and tell them of your concerns -their function is to provide a ''careful review process' -the 'sober second thought'. If enough people tell them that they are concerned with C-51 they could change the bill, force a second vote -or even delay its passage until the next election, killing the bill.
There are 2 easy ways to get their attention:
The easiest is to use a form email such as the one found at http://www.leadnow.ca/c51-senate/ -this isn't the BEST solution as it's easier to ignore such 'form letters' but it's better than nothing.
Another, and more effective way, is to contact senators via their pubilc contact information, found at http://www.parl.gc.ca/SenatorsBio/contact_information.aspx?Language=E -there, you will find their public phone numbers, fax numbers, and email addresses -personally contacting Senators would likely have a greater impact.
It's confusing sometimes, so if you want to know a bit more about the Senate, such as which Senator serves which region, I suggest taking a look at Wikipedia's section on current Senators at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_current_Canadian_senators#Current_senators this page will tell you more about the Senate, who represents who, and more.
Ten Minutes can have a pretty big impact. If you feel this issue is important enough, take the time -and let me say this bit again: people who are considered politically right-wing, left-wing, AND centrists have expressed huge concerns about C-51, so don't let anyone tell you that only "gun-nuts" or only "tree-huggers" or only <insert_ideology_here> care about C-51.
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