how to access a page when it has high traffic. e.g., This website (Students roll number page) is unable to open. How to get access there?
Is there any limit to the number of times an app can be refunded on play store?Is it possible to do so on GOoogle plat=y console?A lkimit to the number of downloads.Anyone can abuse refund policy.
I keep getting maliciously redirected to fraudulent clone webapp pages when clicking on certain webpages links .
I visited a bladesmith in a solo adventure as an EVENT. He improved my Battleaxe to a +1 non magical weapon. Is this added to the attack roll only, or also the damage roll?
Posted payload is a gzip-ed JSON, can I somehow view its content?
Preferably right in the chrome dev-tools.
Is a CDN a distributed file system?
If not, why?
What category of distributed systems does CDN belong to?
The commonly used icon for showing passwords is the eye icon which when clicked shows the passwords as given below
However since the concept of revealing passwords is still unknown, a simpler approach might be to just use a checkbox to reveal the password
This can be easily understood by users.
To quote this article
UNMASKING WITH A CHECKBOX
Another approach is to provide a checkbox for unmasking. Thus, when
the user types their password, it is masked, but when they check the
box, it gets unmasked, allowing them to see whether they’ve made a
typo. A little more effort is required with this approach with the
checking and unchecking, but it’s far better than a
password-confirmation field because it enables users to see and fix
their typos with ease.
Another advantage is that users can check the checkbox as long as needed to allow them to read the password at their leisure while with an icon you have to keep it pressed and hence the user has to keep on interacting with it.
Another advantage is that its accessible to screen readers as users can quickly understand what checking the checkbox does.
I’m looking to code my own 2 factor authenticator as a project for my computer networks class. I don’t need anything too fancy or safe because this is not going to be used anywhere. I’m supposed to use C/C++ for the code, but I can also use Android studio. I’m looking for general pointers as to what to research and where to begin.
I hope you’re well! I’ve been having an issue with my laptop, a Dell XPS 13 9370 running Ubuntu 18.04, where the screen does not turn off nor does the system suspend when the lid is closed. My laptop spends a lot of time in my backpack and this issue can cause the laptop to grow very hot very quickly. I’ve tried the solution using
systemd, I’ll paste the complete file from
systemd/logind.conf below. However, this still isn’t working for me. Does anyone have any ideas?
# This file is part of systemd. # # systemd is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it # under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by # the Free Software Foundation; either version 2.1 of the License, or # (at your option) any later version. # # Entries in this file show the compile time defaults. # You can change settings by editing this file. # Defaults can be restored by simply deleting this file. # # See logind.conf(5) for details. (Login) #NAutoVTs=6 #ReserveVT=6 #KillUserProcesses=no #KillOnlyUsers= #KillExcludeUsers=root #InhibitDelayMaxSec=5 #HandlePowerKey=poweroff HandleSuspendKey=suspend HandleHibernateKey=suspend HandleLidSwitch=suspend HandleLidSwitchDocked=suspend #PowerKeyIgnoreInhibited=no #SuspendKeyIgnoreInhibited=no #HibernateKeyIgnoreInhibited=no #LidSwitchIgnoreInhibited=yes #HoldoffTimeoutSec=30s #IdleAction=ignore #IdleActionSec=30min #RuntimeDirectorySize=10% #RemoveIPC=yes #InhibitorsMax=8192 #SessionsMax=8192 #UserTasksMax=33%
Let $A$ and $B$ be $C^*$-algebras with multiplier algebras $M(A)$ and $M(B)$. Are there any nice conditions that ensure that a strict (= norm-continuous + strictly continuous on bounded subsets of $M(A)$) linear map $phi: M(A) to M(B)$ has strictly closed image. In particular, I’m interested in the following situations:
(1) $phi$ is a strict $*$-morphism.
(2) $phi$ arises as the unique extension of a strict linear map $A to M(B)$.
(3) $phi$ arises as a unique extension of a strict injective linear map $A hookrightarrow M(B)$.