Delhi people on social media, leaving behind mumbai Hi, there this is what our bot found on internet that people from delhi are more active on internet in comparison to other cities. You can verify these results on onematrix.org Delhi             18516 Mumbai       14577 Chennai       9206 kolkata        6378 Chandigarh 2748

Attach disk on boot in linux

2tb storage cloud storge and media server with pi hi there, 2tb storage cloud storge and media server with pi in cost of 5880 Rs = 2tb-disk 1450 RS = sata to usb 3.0 3000 Rs = pi 700 Rs = power supply 750 Rs = hdmi 700 Rs = 32GB Memory card 550 Rs = Fan & power supply 1800 Rs = Router 300N 90 Rs = Ethernet cable =14920 Rs and I can say I saved a lot of money not buying a costly media server for home and made it myself. Just happy its ready to dance. So many ideas I have thought to work on. Will be posting about them soon. And I tried this server with[…]

Reset lost admin password for Raspberry Pi

Reset lost admin password for Raspberry Pi Reset lost admin password for Raspberry Pi-Raspberry Pis are great, but sometimes their ability to keep running in the background can lead to forgotten root passwords. I’ve had more than one time where I was sure I knew the root password, only to learn that I had forgotten. Luckily, Raspberry Pi has a “feature” that most Linux machines don’t: very easily removable primary storage.

Different ways to create objects in Java This is a trivia. Yeah, it’s a bit tricky question and people often get confused. I had searched a lot to get all my doubts cleared. There are four different ways (I really don’t know is there a fifth way to do this) to create objects in java: 1. Using new keyword This is the most common way to create an object in java. I read somewhere that almost 99% of objects are created in this way. MyObject object = new MyObject(); 2. Using Class.forName() If we know the name of the class & if it has a public default constructor we can create an object in this way.