## builds – “app not installed” error on installing rebuild recompiled resigned after editing modifying app manifest through Apk editor?

How to solve “app not installed” error on installing rebuild recompiled resigned after editing modifying app manifest through Apk editor for changing Android storage location?

I was trying to edit manifest installLocation=”preferExternal” I tried with to modify apk manifest of installed app through apk editor app from apk editor apps comman edit option menu it worked successfully with many apps it recompiled rebuild and resigned and then I unistalled installed and moved the app it worked great and made unmovable apps movable

But some of the user apps apk mainfest edited changed builded signed properly but after uninstalling and reinstalling recompiled rebuilds resigned apps again it gave error “app not.installed ” out of 10 apps I edited modified it didn’t worked for 3 apps but 7 it worked installed perfectly.

I saw some video on YouTube they resigned the file recompiled rebuild file by all editor with zip signer app or apksigner app I tried with Both but still same error

Is there any other parameters to be changed in manifest to resolve the problem.Or its not possible to rebuild edit with some other apps.

Is there alternative apps like apk editor which modifies edits apk mainfest and auto decompile compile builds signs automatically .

Any solution suggestion advice for solving the problem

## Modifying the app switcher keyboard shortcut

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## bash – Use specific key to connect to jump host without modifying ssh config file

I’m trying to write a script that connect to a linux server by using an other one as a ProxyJump:

``````ssh -J root@proxyhost root@target
``````

I have two different keys (actually ssh certificate) and I would like to tell ssh to use one for the proxy host and the other for the target. I know I could modify the ssh config for that but I would like to specify it on the command line so I don’t have to rely on a valid ssh configuration.

So I’m looking for something like:

``````ssh -i proxyhostkey -J root@proxyhost -i targetkey root@target
``````

The ssh man page of the `-J` options says (emphasis mine):

Note that configuration directives supplied on the command-line
generally apply to the destination host and not any specified jump
hosts. Use ~/.ssh/config to specify configuration for jump hosts.

Is it possible to do want I want ? Or do I have to ensure that the `~/.ssh/config` file will be correct ?

## Common approach to get a node’s old value when modifying or deleting node in a graph?

My application contains a graph of nodes. When user modifies a node, the change may propagate to other nodes. For each nodes that are changed directly or indrectly, an event handler is triggered. The code in the event handler needs to access the node’s old property value (the value before its changed). I wonder what’s the typical and robust way to implement it?

A straightforward approach may be determining the nodes to be changed (both directly and indirectly) and sending an event, say, “willChange” to them to notiffy them to save current value. But that requires the app to determine ahead which nodes will be changed, which is specific to application logic. I didn’t try this approach.

My current approach is saving the entire graph before making change, then accessing the counterpart node in the backed graph to get old value, as below:

``````-> backup the entire graph
-> make change to the active graph
-> event handler is triggered on a node
-> retrieve the node's old value from the backed up graph
``````

This works, but has one limietaion. For example, the following doesn’t work because when we make the second change, the node value saved in the backed up graph is not up-to-date.

``````-> backup the entire graph
-> make a first change to the active graph
-> event handler is triggered on a node
-> retrieve the node's old value from the backed up graph
-> make a second change to the active graph
-> event handler is triggered on a node
-> retrieve the node's old value from the backed up graph
``````

At first sight, the issue can be easily resolved by simply backing up the graph again before making the second change:

``````-> backup the entire graph
-> make a first change to the active graph
-> event handler is triggered on a node
-> retrieve the node's old value from the backed up graph
-> backup the entire graph
-> make a second change to the active graph
-> event handler is triggered on a node
-> retrieve the node's old value from the backed up graph
``````

But it’s actually not that simple, because changes may be nested, like the following:

``````-> backup the entire graph
-> make a first change to the active graph
-> event handler is triggered on a node
-> retrieve the node's old value from the backed up graph
-> make a second/nested change to the active graph
-> event handler is triggered on a node
-> retrieve the node's old value from the backed up graph
``````

I resolve the issue in my current application with two approaches:

1. Backup the entire graph again before the seond/nested change. This works. But backing up entire graph takes cpu time. So I suppose I should avoid doing this very often. Note that my application is event driven, so the event handler trigged in the second change may make a third change and this goes on.

2. Design application code carefully to avoid the above nested call. This works, but it’s not a general solution and imposes restriction on how to design the code.

This is the first time I work on an application based on a graph of nodes. I didn’t have experience in this area before. I have made a long progress (the current application works fine) but I can’t help thinking if there is any better way to deal with the issue? I wonder what’s the common way to get a node’s old value when modifying or deleting node in a graph? Thanks.

## Does modifying files dates trigger time Machine backups?

I’m having glitches with my photos library (300 GB) that could be solved by using the “touch” command, which modifies the modify-date of files.

My question :
Will this trigger a Time Machine backup, for every file which date has been modified ?

Conversely, if I modify a modify-date (for example using the touch command) and set it back to its former value afterwards, will the file still being back-upped ?

More generally, does modifying the creation date and the modification date of a file trigger a backup ? (I would like to change the creation date of the pics to the date when they were shot)

Thanks

## Modifying the fstab file

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## Modifying default input form for Sharepoint List

Display hidden columns in your form

If you are sure that the columns already exist in your list, then you can make sure they show up in the form by doing the following:

• Navigate to the list settings

• Make sure the Allow management of content types? is set to Yes

• In the list settings, click on the content type. For example, Item:

• Click on the field name you want to display on your form. For example, Names:

• Now make sure the field is either Required or Optional. If you want to keep a field Hidden – select Hidden

Modifying the form using Power Apps

Since your form is very simple, there is no harm trying to use a Power App form as a proof of concept. In order to try it:

• Navigate to the list settings
• Click Form settings

• Click Customize in PowerApps

• Save and Publish! your new Power App form

If you don’t like your new Power App form, you can always switch back to using the default SharePoint form by going to the list settings > forms > Use the default SharePoint form:

## real analysis – Do we have full control the oscillation of a function by modifying it on a small set?

Definitions and some motivation:

Let $$mathcal B$$ be the set of bounded measurable functions from $$(0, 1)$$ to $$mathbb R$$. Denote by $$mathcal N$$ the set of measurable subsets of $$(0, 1)$$ with Lebesgue measure $$0$$.

Given a function $$f in mathcal B$$, define the function $$mathcal Of$$ by

$$mathcal Of(x) := inf_{N in mathcal N} lim_{delta to 0} sup_{y, z in B_delta (x) setminus N} |f(y) – f(z)|$$.

Thanks to Lusin’s theorem, we know that we can modify $$f$$ on an arbitrarily small set and get a continuous function, and so we force the oscillation to be $$0$$ everywhere. But can we force it to be whatever we want?

Question:

Does there exist, for any $$f, g in mathcal B$$ and $$varepsilon > 0$$, a function $$f’ in mathcal B$$ such that the following conditions are satisfied?

i) $$f’ = f$$ everywhere except for a set of measure at most $$varepsilon$$.

ii) $$mathcal Of’ = mathcal Og$$ everywhere.

Note: All functions are genuine functions and not equivalence classes modulo null sets of such.

## java – Pass external jar to Maven 3.2.5 install goal without modifying pom.xml

I have an old Eclipse Maven Project wich make use of JDK 1.6 and Maven 3.2.5.
The project is built with a set of existing Maven `Run Configuration` options.

I am in need of including an external .jar.
I know that the best option would be to add it as a dependency, but as I don’t want to modify the original pom.xml, I am looking for alternatives.

I have tried to add the jar as a classpath argument in the “Main” tab of Run Configurations panel with no luck.

The jar is also added to the project build path, and infact Eclipse is not showing any class compilation error. But Maven goal just fail as it’s not finding the class dependency.

## real analysis – Modifying a superharmonic function on a neighborhood of infinity

Let $$u(x)=alpha+beta U(x)$$, where $$U(x)=|x|^{2-m}$$ ($$Ngeq3$$) is the fondamental harmonic function, $$alpha<0$$ and $$beta>0$$. We know that $$u$$ is superharmonic on $$mathbb{R}^m$$ and harmonic on $$mathbb{R}^msetminus{0}$$. Is it possible to modify $$u$$ on a neighborhood of infinity to obtain a function $$overline{u}$$ that is $$=u$$ for $$|x|, superharmonic on $$mathbb{R}^msetminus{0}$$ and such that $$lim overline{u}(x)=a$$, as $$xtoinfty$$, for some $$a>0$$ and $$R>0$$? Here the constants $$a$$ and $$R$$ are to be found and are not given in advance.

I tried to find by “bricolage” of adding some constant here and subtracting some other there, but in vain.