Tuxkiddos

Paras Nath is a freelance developer. He develops apps for Android, Roku, Amazon Fire TV. Sometimes he likes writing blog posts.
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Jul 1, 2016

Today in this post, I am going to describe about a problem I faced while I was trying to update WowzaStreamingEngine in Ubuntu.  While I ran the script for the update I came to this problem that stated:

-bash: cannot create temp file for here-document: No space left on device

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Jun 24, 2016

In this post, I am going to show you how you can create an android app, that will play YouTube Video. Our app will have a simple play button. Clicking the play button will play a youtube video. We will be using this video from Youtube for our case : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZENmkJk9fBM.
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Jun 17, 2016

I had been using Ubuntu for a long time and then I had switch to ArchLinux a couple months ago. Ubuntu had been my development machine for a long time. And then when I moved to Arch, things weren't the same as in Ubuntu. The process was similar but with different commands. A similar issue I had was during adding android vendors to devices rules. I edited the file named:
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Jun 15, 2016

Running VLC as root user is absolute NO. However, we are going to do this. Read this post to know how? When I first installed Arch the default user was root. I know how to create users in Linux but I just wanted to run VLC as root. If you want too, go ahead and follow the steps below:

Step one: install hexedit. For Arch Linux use pacman -S hexedit

Step Two: backup vlc. cp -p /usr/bin/vlc /usr/bin/vlc_backup

Step Three: Open vlc in hexedit, hexedit /usr/bin/vlc

Step Four: Replace geteuid with getppid,
a. Press TAB, to go to hex ASCII values
b. To Search use Ctrl+s
c. type geteuid and press enter then type getppid
d. Press Ctrl+x to save

Step Five: Start vlc as root
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Jun 14, 2016

After been using Ubuntu/Fedora alternately one after the other for couple of years, I decided to use Arch Linux because of its concept of rolling-release unlike Ubuntu/Fedora. So on February 23rd I installed Arch on my system. It was working all good till June 11,2016 evening. When I suddenly bumped into an error when I booted up my system. I don't know what cause the error. As far as I remember , I forgot the update that was running in my guake terminal last time when I shutdown my computer. And then when I came back to turn it on. I had this error on my screen:
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