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Prove: If finite automata M with k states accept a string with at least k signs, then the language L (M) is infinite

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install – How do I accept a license in Apple Terminal?

I'm trying to install some Android tools through the Mac terminal. But I can not get on with the license confirmation. I feel a bit stupid – but can someone please tell me what I am doing wrong?

The question in the terminal:

Accept? (y/N): ./avdmanager -v create avd -n x86 -k "system-images;android-25;google_apis;x86" -g "google_apis"y

The result:

Accept? (y/N): ./avdmanager -v create avd -n x86 -k "system-images;android-25;google_apis;x86" -g "google_apis"y Skipping following packages as the license is not accepted: Google APIs Intel x86 Atom System Image Android SDK Build-Tools 25.0.3 SDK Patch Applier v4 Android SDK Platform-Tools Android SDK Platform 25 Android Emulator The following packages can not be installed since their licenses or those of the packages they depend on were not accepted: patcher;v4 emulator platforms;android-25  platform-tools  build-tools;25.0.3 system-images;android-25;google_apis;x86 (=======================================) 100% Computing updates...           

I am very grateful for your quick help. THX Daniel

Router – Barracuda Firewall does not accept a hashtag (#) in the password

We are configuring a new Barracuda firewall as part of an office move. We are a relatively small office, so we have standard broadband for businesses.

We are in the phase of having our username and password from our ISP provider and a static IP address.

The configuration page of Barracuda denies the acceptance of # in the password field, and our password happens to have one # it.

The internet provider has stated that this login is unique to our management and can not be changed.

Has anyone experienced this before and is there a solution?

Many thanks

Why can not society accept homosexuality as a normal lifestyle?

They have

Normal mainstream people have accepted homosexuals as completely normal at this point, so much so that they are not even a particularly good point in sitcom humor anymore.

The ancients, the shutins, the provincials, they are the ones who can not understand that the world has changed. For this reason, they rant about a film excerpt of a gay parade, they have seen around 1978.

iMac / MAcOS Mojave 10.14.6 does not accept a correct password and displays a red dot in the top right corner

I can not log in to my iMac 2019 (Mojave 10.14.6) since today.
I am absolutely sure that I am using the correct password.
Everything worked fine until today, I did not change the password or installed new software.

If I enter the password, the wait icon will appear, stay for about 1 minute and then disappear, leaving the regular login page.
The only difference I mentioned was A red dot on the upper right edge (Right next to the clock, see picture below). No special message is displayed.

I can only use this iMac with a user account (the University's IT Desk manages the administrator account). Unfortunately, the system administrators will not be available until next week …

What I tried

  1. Booting in storage mode (by pressing the Shift key at startup) worked, but logon still does not work after rebooting
  2. Repair by booting in single-user mode (by pressing Command + S)
    Tap fsck -yf what was returned: The volume seems ok.

My questions

  1. What does the red dot on the top right of the login screen mean?

  2. Is there anything else I could try to find or fix the cause of this problem?

Red dop on the upper right edge

Address Generation – How to properly accept USDT payments?

We are developing an ecommerce solution and checking that USDT accepts payments.

As far as I know, we can currently generate many addresses (1 per transaction) using the BIP32 approach. Based on the Omni specification, we seem to need to send money from each address to a different address (eg, Master Wallet) in order to withdraw or trade the full amount received.

While the Bitcoin block chain allows generating transactions with multiple inputs (so that many inputs can send 1 tx) to one or more outputs, Omni does not support this.

So the question is how to do it right. Sending from one address to another costs BTC charges that add extra cost (for example, 1M transactions mean 1M charge for address X).