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Today I am going to share how to install LineageOS Update.
I have been testing few Custom ROM on my Samsung S4. Though this is an old phone I do care about the device. So please take precaution before following below mentioned steps.
TWRP Recovery installed.
My device is already rooted via Kingo Root.
And Developer Option is Turned On
Allow installation of apps from unknown sources Turned On.
So make sure you do the same before going through this activity. You might need to some recovery work if things go wrong. And those options will help you troubleshoot.
Anyway, lets get to the process.
Go to your Device Android Settings
Tap on About Phone
Tap on LineageOS Updates
Download the latest available update
Once successfully Downloaded Tap on the update to apply the patch
Now your device should boot into Recovery
Once Device is booted into Recovery Tap on INSTALL
You will most probably get into Android Data Directory, refer to below snap, However, this is not the place where LineageOS Updates are getting downloaded.
Let’s hunt for the Update Directory/Folder
Tap on the Select Storage and Select MAIN STORAGE not EXTERNAL EXTERNAL STORAGE
Now lets go back and find / Directory which is the ROOT Directory for Android. Keep on tapping UP A LEVEL until you see / (Slash or Root Directory)
Once you are in / (Root Directory) Tap on Data Folder, Once you are inside /Data Folder Look for lineageos_updates folder
This is the Folder where LineageOS Updates are getting downloaded.
Just double Tap on the latest update to apply the patch and Swipe to Confirm the Flash
Follow the onscreen steps to complete the Updates. Once updates are successfully installed Tap Clean Dalvik Cache. Now you can reboot to SYSTEM. You can now go the Android Settings and confirm that Update in installed. I have been following a lot of posts to install the Updates, finally this is what I figured out. Hope this post helps you!!!
I frequently find a need to quickly gather information about the hard drives in my HP Proliant servers. Sometimes I just need to find the model numbers but sometimes I also need information such as serial numbers and firmware versions.
This information is useful when HP releases an urgent firmware upgrade advisory or launches a disk replacement program of which both seem to be quite common lately.
All the needed information is available through WMI on servers that have the HP Insight Management WBEM Providers installed.
Classes: HPSA_DiskDrive and it’s associated classes
I wrote the following Powershell function that creates a command that gathers information from servers and returns them as an object that can be sorted, filtered and exported the way you need just as any powershell object.
Update: Improved cmdlets available here
Download hpdisks.ps1 and import it in your powershell session using the command
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A few years ago, I wrote a couple of posts about how to gather HP server hardware information from WMI with the HP Insight Management WBEM providers.
I have used my cmdlets frequently and have since I wrote the above posts improved the cmdlets bit by bit by adding error handling where it has been needed and correcting bugs.
I have written more cmdlets and I’ve merged them all into one PowerShell module that is available for download on Github.
For those who want to get their hands dirty and expand the functions, the current code doesn’t have any comments but it should be possible to follow what it does anyway.
Use Shortcut Explorer App to find which key has taken over Ctrl P key
This tool will give you list of shortcut for All Application
Please find the below post for details
Link to Shortcut Explorer: http://www.rjlsoftware.com/software/utility/shortcutkeys/default.shtml
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How to create Network Bridge
Hello Folks, hope everybody is doing well!!!
Today I am going to write about how to create a Network Bridge Connection in Windows environment.
I have tested this scenario in Windows 10 and works fine.
So here is a bit of hint why I was testing Bridge Connection.
Last week there was 3 days holiday here in UAE. I live in villa compound where Internet connection is provided by the landlord. One of the Ethernet switches went down and unfortunately, my Wireless Access Point was connected to that ☹☹
I do have Laptop and Mobile devices, however, I needed the Internet connection to my Desktop/Workstation where I do most of my project work. The landlord has given me the password for neighborhood Wireless Access Point. Which has open the door to Internet Access. I needed Internet Access on the Desktop as well. So I thought of using the feature of Bridge Connection in Windows.
Below is the process to get Internet Access on your Desktop from a Laptop without buying a USB Wireless USB Adapter. Just for your information this was a temporary solution for me 😊😊
I hope somebody will find this guide useful 😊😊😊
- Laptop with Internet Access
- 1 Ethernet Cable
- And the Super Workstation
Step by Step to Create Network Bridge Connection:
First, find the IP Address of your Home Network
You can do this with below simple command
Press + R key from your Keyboard
Type cmd and Hit Enter from Keyboard
Type ipconfig /all and Hit Enter in the black window (screen color might vary 😊)
Following is the IP range in my Home Network 192.168.0.XXX. Note down the Default Gateway and DNS Servers IP Address. This information will be used for Desktop IP configuration.
Kindly note down the Wireless Adapter IP Address.
Now connect the Ethernet Cable from your Laptop to Desktop/Workstation.
Login to the Desktop
Go to Control Panel and Open Network and Sharing Center
Here is how it looks in my environment.
Note: Ethernet Cable is not connected at the time of preparing the document, hence the Ethernet icon shows ×
Now right-click on Ethernet icon and go to properties
Highlight Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) and Click on Properties
Assign an IP Address to the Ethernet. The IP Address should be in your Home Network Range.
Also, make sure that this IP address is not being used on your home network. You can confirm this by the below-mentioned command from the laptop.
Press + R key from your Keyboard
Type cmd and Hit Enter from your Keyboard
Let say you have chosen to use the following IP for Desktop 192.168.0.185
Now type ping 192.168.0.185
You should get something similar like this
This means you can use the IP on the Desktop.
So, let’s go back to the IP configuration page of the Ethernet and assign the IP.
Select Use the following IP address:
Gateway and DNS Servers IP address was noted down before from below mentioned command output
So kindly use the correct Default Gateway and DNS Server IP. Otherwise, you will not have Internet access from the Desktop. After configuring the correct IP address click on OK.
Now go back to Control Panel, Network and Sharing Center. And click on Change adapter settings.
Select Ethernet and Wireless Adapter at the same time and right-click. Now click on Bridge Connections
It will take few seconds to create Bridge Connection and below window will appear on the screen
You will see below icon once Bridge Connection is successfully created.
All Set!!! Now you should have access to the Internet from your Desktop. Hope this guide was helpful for you.
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