GROP.DK Gratis Oplevelser København

A bit off topic – and not even in english …

Gratis Oplevelser i København (http://grop.dk) er et site, der lister gratis arrangementer i København. To personer, der gør et kæmpe stykke arbejde fordi … de kan. Som de selv skriver:

GROP er to privatpersoner, der synes der sker så utroligt mange sjove og spændende ting i København.
Vi elsker begge at opsøge alle typer kultur og har gjort det til en sport at finde de gratis af slagsen. Vi har lyst til at dele ud af vores fund og sende budskabet: ”selvom økonomien er stram, er der masser at opleve!”

Vi vil også gerne tage hatten af for de mange gode initiativer i byen og håber at synlighed igennem GROP, også kan støtte op om mindre spillesteder og arrangører.

Kig ind på siden – de er også på Facebook. Støt dem med en facebook-like så flere kan få øje på dette fine initiativ.

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How to remove Bash bell sound

Just installed a new virtual machine. The first thing I notice is that the bell sound is on in terminal. That thing drives me NUTS. Whoever thought up that beep must have had a very bad day – and decided to take it out on all Unix (and clones) users for all eternity!

Here is the command to turn it off – so I never have to look for it again:

echo 'set bell-style none' >> ~/.inputrc

Do that on all the users you expect to login to (for me that would be my main user and the oracle one) and bash will stay silent! Lovely.

Actually this will shut-up all programs using readline. Just an added bonus.

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ADF table – delete current row

This one had me up the wall for quite a bit of while…

I’ve been searching the web for all permutations of “ADF Delete button removes the wrong row” with no luck. But then I finally found the answer.

When a view object is dragged onto a page as a table and you then drag the Delete-operation in. You do not use the operations toolbar – for whatever reason.
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