I have this model of Rasberry Pi
Raspberry Pi 2 Model B (1GB) Basic Starter Kit Includes Raspberry Pi 2 Model B–
To setup NES you need 7-zip and Win32DiskImager
- Download Retropie v4.1
- Extract using 7-zip. This step should dump out a 2GB file or so
- Insert SD card and open Win32DiskImager
- Write the file in step 2 to the SD Card
- Insert SD card into rasberry pi, plug in ethernet cable, and boot up
- Transfer ROMS to NES folder over Ethernet
- Might need to restart to see the games
That’s It! No need to format the SD card etc. in case of problems. Just overwrite the image using step 4.
Ran into this issue today while trying to run a program from IntelliJ and using SLF4J for logging. pom.xml looked like below:
I was not creating any fat jar. The problem was that IntelliJ was not able to import the
slf4j-simple dependency. To check this goto View -> Tool Windows -> Maven Projects.
Saw red swiggly lines as described in http://stackoverflow.com/a/24892769/147530. Could not find artifact descriptor.
Downloaded the file manually from https://mvnrepository.com/artifact/org.slf4j/slf4j-simple/1.6.1 and installed it manually by running:
mvn install:install-file -Dfile=/Users/siddjain/Downloads/slf4j-simple-1.6.1.jar -DgroupId=org.slf4j -DartifactId=slf4j-simple -Dversion=1.6.1 -Dpackaging=jar
Now did a reimport in IntelliJ and the error went away
Step 1. Check that your Settings (accessed from File -> Settings) match following screenshots or equivalent:
Step 2: Close IntelliJ
Step 3: Delete all .idea directory and .iml files in your repo:
rm $(find . -name *.iml)
rm -r $(find . -name .idea)
will delete all files recursively on mac. On windows use the simpler
dir *.iml /s
dir .idea /s
Step 4: Delete IDEA system directory. On Windows the IDEA system directory is C:\Users\username\.IntelliJIdea2016.2\system
On Mac do:
rm -r ~/Library/Logs/IntelliJIdea15/*
rm -r ~/Library/Caches/IntelliJIdea15/*
First of all you should try
File | Invalidate Caches and if it doesn’t help, delete IDEA system directory. Then re-import the Maven project and see if it helps.
Valley Of Fire State Park
Red Rock Canyon
Taj Mahal Entrance
Muir Woods (can’t find a photo)
North Cascades (can’t find a photo)
Olympic National Park
Glacier Bay National Park
Liberty National Park
Thomas Edison National Park
Paterson Great Falls National Park
Glacier National Park
8/26/16 Drove from Seattle to Coeur ‘d Alene. Took 5 hours. This was the first time I was in Eastern Washington. There is a big field of wind mills by the Columbia River and also a Scenic Viewpoint (recommend). Ate dinner at Bonsai (recommend) and stayed at Super 8 motel.
8/27/16 Drove from Coeur ‘d Alene to West Glacier. Took 5 hours. Did half day white water rafting with Glacier Raft Co. The river was very calm and did not have many rapids. The guide was nice but overall did not enjoy the rafting trip very much. Felt it was too long (about 4 hours). Butt got sore. Had dinner at Belton Chalet. Had a unusual fetuccine pasta that had cauliflowers in it. Would not recommend the place considering the $$$. Stayed at Motel Lake McDonald. Bathroom was very tiny but other than that accommodation was okay – in fact one advantage of staying at the motel is that the car could be parked right outside the room and it was very easy to make trips to the car to get stuff out every now and then.
8/28/16 Breakfast at Lake Mc Donald Lodge. Drove Going to the Sun road all the way to Many Glacier and did 3 hikes along the way: Trail of Cedars, Avalanche Lake and Hidden Lake Overlook. Stopped at St. Mary’s Visitor Center and saw an educational video on history of GNP. Avalanche Lake hike was reminiscent of Little Si. The lake is beautiful. Highly recommended. Difficulty Level 5.98. Hidden Lake Overlook is reminiscent of Skyline Trail in Mt rainier. Its advertised as 2.7 miles roundtrip but felt very much like 2.7 miles one way! The alpine meadows were beautiful. Highly recommended. Comparing Avalanche Lake and Hidden Lake Overlook it felt as if the journey of Hidden Lake Overlook was better whereas Avalanche Lake trumped in the destination. Had dinner at Lake Mc Donald Lodge.
8/29/16 Drove all the way from Lake McDonald Lodge to Seattle stopping at Coeur ‘d Alene for lunch at Craft (recommend). Entire drive spanning 550 miles takes about 10 hours if you account for 100-120 minutes in rest breaks.
A great and very pleasant vacation overall with first time driving to Eastern Washington.
We had long discussions at the ET [executive team] level about the importance of Maps, where we thought Maps was going in the future, and could we treat it as a third-party app? I mean, we don’t do every app. We’re not trying to create a Facebook app. We think they do a great job. We always came back to the conclusion that Maps was not one of those. It’s an integral part to the whole platform. There were so many features that we wanted to build that are dependent on that technology, and we couldn’t see ourselves being in a position where that was something that we didn’t own.
It’s very, very expensive, and it doesn’t have a direct revenue stream. So when I say it’s only Google and us who are developing it, well, that’s part of the reason why. You can’t be a company going out and developing maps to make money; at least no one’s figured that out.