For some reason you can’t mount the Nexus 4 as a drive. SMH. MTP support seems to be ok in Fedora 19, these instructions worked for me.
I used this link: http://forum.xda-developers.com/printthread.php?t=2266654 and used the SuperSU 1.6.5 from Chainfire. http://download.chainfire.eu/351/SuperSU/UPDATE-SuperSU-v1.65.zip
Good luck. It’s worth it, should be the damn default or they should make it possible to backup your device FULLY without it.
On Wednesday night, the hard drive in my TiVo Premiere has died, stuck in a boot cycle. I ordered a new one from Weaknees.com should be here this week. We’ve been using the Roku XD to watch TV using the Time Warner Cable app. It’s actually very usable and helps feed our addiction :) It’s also a throw back to the old days of watching TV without a DVR (COMMERCIALS!).
I’ll let you know how the hard drive upgrade goes.
NC is looking to enact a voter id bill to help “protect” against voting fraud, primarily pushed for by conservatives because clearly that is why they must be losing elections. But what I find funny is that in NC, conservatives have one many of the seats that were up for re-election including the governorship. I think this bill will ultimately bite them in the butt when the tides shift.
Here are some “voter fraud” links:
While I have a valid government issue ID and am ok with showing it to vote, my biggest problem with the bill is that I don’t believe there is widespread voter fraud as this bill claims to solve. Personally I don’t see the need for this bill.
It was time for a new pair of sneakers. I’ve always been a Nike fan, but this time I wanted to look for a pair of sneakers made in the USA. It is EXTREMELY difficult nigh impossible to find a pair made in the USA. Turns out the only company I could find that made shoes here was New Balance, even then it is only a few of them. I ended up getting the 990v3 in Navy
It’s sort of a shame that we don’t have more things made in the USA, but I believe we are willing to pay the prices that made in the USA would cost. I wish it were easier to find made in the USA products though.
Comcast has 105Mb for $90/month,
Time Warner Cable is always the hold out. They offer 50Mb / 5Mb for $75. While the other companies are offering something about $1/Mb Time Warner Cable is at $1.50 / Mb. And the upload speed of 5Mb is abysmal especially compared with Verizon’s FiOS.
And Time Warner’s CTO clearly doesn’t think we want fast internet.
LaJoie dismissed triple digit megabit speeds as a novelty that is not “very deeply penetrated” in the marketplace — marketspeak for “not attracting many customers.”
“There has not been a demonstrated appetite for it,” LaJoie said.
I suspect not many people are subscribing to the 50/5 offering so clearly their data would show little demand. But I think the problem is the price. 50/5 for $49.99 would be totally worth it. But for $75 that’s just outrageous. It would be great to have more competition here in NC, but with Time Warner Cable lobbying against competition, that will likely never happen.
Thanks to jbowes for saving me time with git. I had a commit and wanted to find out what tag it was in. I tended to do the opposite, given a tag is this commit in it. And boy did I do it the hard way:
git checkout TAG git checkout -b TAG # assuming there wasn't one already tig # search for the commit in the list
That was cumbersome and a bit error prone. Now with a simple command I can find the tag more easily.
git describe --contains COMMIT_SHA