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dossy / patch_inotify_init1.c
Created Nov 27, 2015
Running CrashPlan on older Linux
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/*
* $ gcc -Wall -shared -fPIC -o patch_inotify_init1.so patch_inotify_init1.c
*
* LD_PRELOAD=patch_inotify_init1.so java ...
*
* [11.27.15 12:43:37.040 ERROR main .service.backup.BackupController] Exception setting up BackupController! , java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: Error looking up function 'inotify_init1': /usr/local/crashplan/jre/bin/java: undefined symbol: inotify_init1
* STACKTRACE:: java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: Error looking up function 'inotify_init1': /usr/local/crashplan/jre/bin/java: undefined symbol: inotify_init1
* at com.sun.jna.Function.<init>(Function.java:208)
* at com.sun.jna.NativeLibrary.getFunction(NativeLibrary.java:536)
* at com.sun.jna.NativeLibrary.getFunction(NativeLibrary.java:513)
@albertbori
albertbori / Installation.md
Last active Aug 21, 2021
Automatically disable Wifi when an Ethernet connection (cable) is plugged in on a Mac
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Overview

This is a bash script that will automatically turn your wifi off if you connect your computer to an ethernet connection and turn wifi back on when you unplug your ethernet cable/adapter. If you decide to turn wifi on for whatever reason, it will remember that choice. This was improvised from this mac hint to work with Yosemite, and without hard-coding the adapter names. It's supposed to support growl, but I didn't check that part. I did, however, add OSX notification center support. Feel free to fork and fix any issues you encounter.

Most the credit for these changes go to Dave Holland.

Requirements

  • Mac OSX 10+
  • Administrator privileges
@cdown
cdown / gist:1163649
Last active Aug 18, 2021
Bash urlencode and urldecode
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urlencode() {
# urlencode <string>
old_lc_collate=$LC_COLLATE
LC_COLLATE=C
local length="${#1}"
for (( i = 0; i < length; i++ )); do
local c="${1:$i:1}"
case $c in