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bio website prahladyeri.com
location Pune, India
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I'm a software developer having a pragmatic approach towards development. I constantly strive to create good software in terms of quality, functionality and scalability.

My skillset includes:

  1. Languages: python, php, java, C#.
  2. Frameworks: wordpress, ASP.NET, twitter-bootstrap.
  3. Databases: mysql, sqlite, mssql.
  4. Systems: Android, Linux, Windows.

I strongly believe that SO is the best place for sincere programmers to share knowledge and exchange ideas.


Jul
4
comment When putting two identical files in a .zip, they take 2x space, can this be avoided
@anrieff - Rather than auto-copy the baz.dll to bar/ directory, why don't you copy it to a common directory (such as C:\Windows) and shell invoke the registration utility (regasm in case of .NET DLL, regsvr32 in case of ActiveX DLL) to register it. Then, both your .exes will work fine.
Jul
2
answered When putting two identical files in a .zip, they take 2x space, can this be avoided
Jul
2
answered automatic backup of files after change is made
Jul
1
accepted Configure application integration with ufw firewall
Jul
1
answered Configure application integration with ufw firewall
Jul
1
accepted Error building virtualbox guest additions for openSUSE 13.1
Jul
1
accepted How to track internet usage (upload & download) on Linux?
Jul
1
accepted Is it possible to access internet on smart-phone through usb (no wi-fi) using Laptop as the modem?
Jun
5
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
25
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
6
asked Error building virtualbox guest additions for openSUSE 13.1
Dec
7
comment Seamlessly transition from wired to wireless in Linux
To find <your-wifi-driver>, issue: lspci -k | grep -A 3 -i “network”
Dec
7
comment Seamlessly transition from wired to wireless in Linux
In your linux terminal, run this command: modinfo <your-wifi-driver> | grep ‘depend’. If the output includes mac80211, it means infrastructure mode is supported and hostapd should work.
Oct
13
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Oct
11
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
6
comment Odd networking issue
I agree with @Vesper. This can possibly happen when the host file is edited. To confirm it, just open this file in notepad and check for host entires for the sites you are having issues with: C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts
Sep
6
answered How to get VirtualBox VMs to use host's DNS?
Jul
26
awarded  Yearling
Jul
5
asked How to track internet usage (upload & download) on Linux?
Apr
24
answered FTP DOS window closes always