[INFO] Final Memory: 11M/154M
[ERROR] Failed to execute goal org.apache.maven.plugins:maven-dependency-plugin:2.8:copy (default-cli) on project myArtifactId: Either artifact or artifactIt
ems is required -> [Help 1]
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meant “run it like this instead”
looks like its
$ yum list <package name, wildcards ok> –showduplicates
git diff –unified=XXX (XXX is the number of lines to show, default 3):
This [new from autozone] meant “that starter is bad, tell them to give you another one!” [if the clerk refuses to, leave autozone a message on their website explaining the situtation, see if thsi helps].
I really don’t know if this is possible without the use of cygwin for [netcat/corkscrew] operation…
update: appears you can connect “via putty” through an HTTP proxy, and I suppose after that tunnel another local port through so that things like ssh on the command line [via your tunneled port] work.
They also mention that there are some other dedicated solutions for doing this tunneling, don’t know what they are/might be, please leave comments below!
OK if you have the “advanced” interface enabled, basically, go to the wireless tab, and then at the bottom under virtual AP it will list one, click edit by it, then click disable.
Then, there’s *another* sub tab, middle top,there are two links:
You need to click on both separately and disable both separately.
This can also explain how sometimes it is broadcasting with two separate SSID’s!
If your yamaha synthesizer (in my case
Yamaha YPG-235 )
Has a “flickering” blue LED screen, and when it makes louder noise it fades out, double check your power supply and make sure you didn’t accidentally substitute it with another one that doesn’t give it enough power, should be 1.5A apparently)
TODO get more pictures [?] put in comment on adapter what it gives?
The power supply is a Yamaha PA-150 which can deliver 1.5 A. Which means that any polarity and plug-compatible power supply supplying >= 1500 mA at 12V would work. PA-150 can be found on Amazon (as below) and I am sure other places as well.