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You can't just type the name of the file to edit it. You need some editor like Nano or Vim. vim ~/.bashrc nano ~/.bashrc


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The issue is not permissions but rather what you are doing when you type this: ~/.bashrc By typing simply doing ~/.bashrc, the bash interpreter believes you want to execute ~/.bashrc as if it was a binary or executable file. Which won’t work. The Permission denied error most likely comes from there being no executable rights on the file. But even if that ...


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You're running 64-bit Linux, but the Android SDK tools are 32-bit. At the same time, you don't have the 32-bit compatibility libraries installed on your system. So you just need to install those: sudo apt-get install ia32-libs


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Regarding this you have to login in to the google play and from there go to setting as disable it following the below path Settings menu, tap "Auto-update apps" --> Do not auto update apps if you wanted to disable for an app by default. go to my apps -- google calender -- click right hand side expander where you will have an option to disable the ...


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Reference Are Android and Droid the Same Thing? What is Android? It’s a Linux-based operating system released by Google in 2008 to compete with Apple’s iOS. Like the engine to the sports car, Android is what separates mobile devices from absurdly expensive paper weights. It manages the memory, processes, software and hardware on your phone ...


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Yes, it is possible. Here is a guide on doing so. Basically you need mount the system partition and install a SSH server, and you can remotely access your phone through that. Note that your phone has to be rooted prior to doing this. Also know that Android has minimal command-line tools installed because it isn't designed to be accessed through SSH or ...


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There are a couple of better options if you are looking for a Linux box to learn and experiment. Buy a USB drive (like $5) and load it with a liveDVD version of Linux like Mint. or Buy a Raspberry Pi, only $35 and it IS a linux box that runs a version of Debian called Raspberian. If you are wanting to develop for Android. You can do that with either of ...


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You can, but you will be facing many problems and you will be not productive at all (see Adam answer). You actually may have to spend more time on struggling with "Android BOX for programming" than on programming itself. I think you can forget sudo apt-get anything on Android. I would suggest to use Raspberry Pi for that purpose. You can install almost ...


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This is not the path to Xamarin.Android but to the Android SDK you installed via installer_r23.0.2-windows.exe. On my machine the Android SDK is in the directory: C:\Program Files (x86)\Android\android-sdk


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Skype is not listed in the list of Google Cast Ready Apps, but that is not conclusive since there is no love lost between Microsoft and Google. This question was also raised in the thread Amazon.com: Questions And Answers: Does chromecast work with Skype on January 1, 2014, where the answer was negative. Nevertheless, I found on XDA this guide to stream ...


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Try this, Install airstream in your mobile Install airstream pc suite in your computer from the link http://airstream.io/download/ Register with airstream in your mobile and login in to your mobile and pc with same credential Add the folders and file in pc suite and you can view the same under the Drive tab in your mobile AirStream-Suite should be allowed ...



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