I am making a linux module that makes an acpi call every second
(currently only for 20 seconds). I would like for it to continue making the
acpi call every second until it is removed. As I have it I put the module
into a loop and if I do indeed set this loop repeating forever I cannot use
rmmod to remove the module. Is there a way I could set a global variable
for the loop?
I am trying to update a global array when a user checks or un-checks
checkboxes in a form. The array will then be submitted to the server to
update the checked options in the database. I have got as far as
pushing the IDs of the checked checkboxes into an array but am unsure how
to remove them.
I have created a basic jsFiddle to demonstrate
Basically my question is how to use bash shell command to do following
automatically, so I can track modified files easily.
check-out files create link files to above files in an directory
called "change" laptop$ svn status -q M
rcms/src/config/ta_show.c M rcms/src/config/ta_config.c laptop$ cd change laptop$ link -s .
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the month after the month covered. You receive June benefits in July. You
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We are building a location-based webpage (html5). From this page we
recognize iOS or Android and put Check In links on this page. By OS
detection, the page sets a Check In link and consults the local App to
For Foursquare we use: foursquare://venues/venue_id
to redirect the user immediately to the right Venue on his Local Foursquare
App to check In.