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ADB on LG Leon: You have to switch from MTP to PTP for whatever reason ... however, debugging works this way.

Github: "Your account has been flagged." WTF? I'm not a number, I'm a free man!

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Popcorn time: https://github.com/LibreSignal/LibreSignal/issues/37#issuecomment-217211165 - Signal resp. LibreSignal without Google seems not to be desired; I cannot use or recommend Signal any longer. #signal #libresignal  

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For "Silverjuke" I do not use Carbon actively any longer, Cocoa seems to be fine. Although I do not really understand why the Carbon framework is required if I use Cocoa (of course, this issue may be non-wx related).

Enable SSH key login for Git on Synology Diskstation Server

Git can be enabled on a Diskstation easily using DSM, and will work as expected. However, it always requests you to enter your password. Here is a little description how to replace the password entry by a keyfile.

First, in DSM enable the „User Home“ Service at „User / Advanced“.

Then, execute the following commands on your local machine (you can replace “root“ by a user with the desired privileges; „username“ should be replaced by the username you use for git):

$ ssh-keygen    # just hit enter without entering anything, creates the files ~/.ssh/id_rs and ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub

$ scp -P 22 ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub root@diskstation:/volume1/homes/username # copy the public file to the remote server

$ ssh root@diskstation  # login to diskstation

on the diskstation:

> mkdir /volume1/homes/username/.ssh
> cat /volume1/homes/username/id_rsa.pub >> /volume1/homes/username/.ssh/authorized_keys
> rm /volume1/homes/username/id_rsa.pub
> exit

now you can use eg. ...

$ git push

... without the need of entering a password :-)

[inspired by http://sniptools.com/mac-osx/save-ssh-password-in-terminal ]

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#clamav reports #silverjuke 15.9 to contain the virus Win.Trojan.Win32-2 - this is definitely a false positive!

The problem seems to be the used NSIS installer - Silverjuke.exe itself does not cause a problem. Maybe we should switch from NSIS to MSI ...
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Where is the output from wxDebugLog() in Code::Blocks?

To see it, just enable "Full (Debug) log" at "Settings / Debugger / Common" and start the debugger (I do not know how the messages can be shown when using "Run" instead").
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Wenn Pfade mit einem Verzeichnis enden, sollte dieses mit einem Slash abgeschlossen werden oder nicht?

Also:

/anywhere/dir/ oder einfacher /anywhere/dir

Ich bevorzuge die erste Variante, da

- es so leicht zu erkennen ist, ob ein Verzeichnis oder eine Datei gemeint ist

- man Pfade mit Dateien sicher zusammenführen kann, also "$pfad + $dateiname" spezifiziert eine Datei

- wenn man Variablen mit Verzeichnissen als "$pfad + $dateiname" weiterverwendet,  kann $pfad so auch leer sein, um z.B. das Home-Verzeichnis anzuspechen

- wenn man beim Zusammenführen "$pfad + / + $dateiname" verwendet, ist dies nicht besonders schlimm (aber unschön) , da der doppelte Slash bei mir bekannten Systemen keine Probleme bereitet

Aber wie so oft: Bei Eingaben in Programmen sollten immer beide Varianten akzeptiert werden.

Ach so: Unter Windows ist die bevorzugte Darstellung eines Verzeichnisses dementsprechend "C:\irgendwo\verzeichnis\"

support for non-DRM AAC and ALAC files added to #silverjuke on windows
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