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AOSP, Google and OEM keyboards don't implement a delete key so you need other software. Hacker's Keyboard is a 3rd party virtual keyboard that tries to offer a full pc keyboard experience so it has a delete key. P.S : other 3rd party keyboards might have the same option, I just gave one example and am not affiliated with that software in any way.


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Have you tried using the built-in feature of Windows 7 for hosting a WiFi network as infrastructure mode? netsh wlan set hostednetwork mode=allow ssid=<SSID> key=<Password> And don't forget to start it after creating it by using: netsh wlan start hostednetwork And if you desire to stop or see how it's currently configured use: netsh wlan ...


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Everything goes down to the name resolution approach used by the application. There are essentially two approaches via DNS or via NIS/NetBIOS. More information here.


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I don't understand what in particular you try to set for both variables but the result command will be expanded as: cp -rf /var/lib/jenkins/jobs/Android Gradle test build/workspace/MainApp/app/src/main/res/drawable-hdpi/logo_splash.png /var/lib/jenkins/jobs/Android Gradle test build/workspace/MainApp/app/src/main/res/drawable/logo_splash.png This means ...


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Word-Splitting Protect your parameter strings and expansions from word-splitting by wrapping them in "quotes". Notice how the following examples are colour-coded differently? It's revealing the differences between how the words are being grouped and separated. You may or may not actually even need to \ escape\ the file path's white-space anymore, ...


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This is documented in the xattr(7) manual page: Extended attribute namespaces […] Currently, the security, system, trusted, and user extended attribute classes are defined as described below. Additional classes may be added in the future. Extended security attributes […] Read and write access permissions to security attributes ...


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There is a backspace key in all the keyboards by default , but I don't think it is a rule for delete. Many custom keyboards like Swiftkey, Flesky, etc have options to directly erase one word or the entire thing.... but they don't have delete as well. You may try to use this "Hacker's keyboard", but it's still not visible on the screen, and you need to ...



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