If you’re unfamiliar with data transport commands in Git or have troubles understanding the idea of four “buckets” (workspace, index, local repository and remote repository) or you’re generally a newbie to Git, then there’s a great answer at Stack Overflow, which basically is a diagram image taken from Oliver Steele’s blog and that actually explains everything! :>
Three months ago I have purchased my first 4K / UHD TV — Samsung 50HU6900 — and after some time I tried to used the built-in media player to play some of my files. At the very end it turned out that — as in all Samsung devices — this is a piece of crap, full of some strange limitations. Finally, I have reverted back to my old, good standalone FHD player and I’m using Samsung one only for UHD / 4K files.
But, for all of you, that aren’t so reluctant, here is a list of media supported by this TV (and probably many more Samsung TVs) and all the limitations, you need to fulfill in order to have your media played.
A solution based on this Stack Overflow answer to insert many random data rows to given table in SQL:
TRUNCATE TABLE `devices`; DROP PROCEDURE IF EXISTS InsertRand; DELIMITER $$ CREATE PROCEDURE InsertRand(IN NumRows INT) BEGIN DECLARE i INT; SET i = 1; START TRANSACTION; WHILE i <= NumRows DO SET @dn = CONV(FLOOR(RAND() * 99999999999999), 20, 36); INSERT INTO `devs` VALUES (NULL, FLOOR((RAND() * 3)), CONCAT('Dev ', @dn)); SET i = i + 1; END WHILE; COMMIT; END$$ DELIMITER;
To execute this little piece just call:
That’s all folks! :>