A pair of tombs, one entirely enclosed within the other.
The inner tomb is a domed single-storey rectangular structure.
The outer tomb, a two-storey structure, is covered by a four-segment split dome.
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Nokia 8.1 is the first Nokia phone to receive Android 10 update
Can someone here comment on the 8.1 camera. I so distrust reviews.
not sure, so many choices today. with better cameras (and chipset) i think.
however nokia updates & build quality are v good. and stock android. and no ads.
i'm still using my moto x style btw, with half inch dead screen in the middle.
dismguilite uses dism.
however,it allows you to select which dism to use. for e.g. you can use the win 10 dism (recomended) even on win 7.
search for 'get waik tools' by jfx. few mb download.
wimlibguilite does not use dism, uses wimlib, so it's more universal/portable. i prefer it.
With source as promised :-)
wimlib is more suitable for a 'universal' and portable program.
wimlib-imagex GUI. Again simple, easy-to-use. Again developed for my needs, with (only) the commands/features that I normally use.
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Fixed the problem - I forgot that the Windows 7 version of DISM did not have the commands used by this program.
I also understood why people prefer wimlib ;-)
Update 10 Sep 2019
DismGuiLite is a simple easy-to-use GUI for the Windows DISM.EXE program.
DismGuiLite provides a GUI...
Oops. Found a bug or two. Fixing.
Will upload updated version later.
nRITeCh : This basically creates a image of a drive or folder. The image can be 'applied' to another drive or folder. Similar to Ghost or Acronis etc. But this is not sector based, so you won't get a 1:1 copy.
You should be...
I've begun to prefer the file-based WIM format for backing up stuff, esp Windows partitions.
Command line is a bit too painful. Most GUIs i came across are tooooo confusing, for peeps like me who want to only capture-append-restore and mount-unmount-commit images.
Check out the GUI I...
Ya, all my USB WiFi adapters work with Lubuntu.
I wanted a real small Linux distro, that's why I chose Puppy.
I'll wait till next month for the next Lubuntu and install it to a partition, I want a 'proper/full' install with persistence.
I normally use JioFi with WIndows (via USB WiFI adapter).
I would like to use JioFi with Puppy Linux. I want a small Linux distro installed on one of the partitions on my test PC.
None of the WiFi adapters I have work OOB with Puppy Linux (including TP-WN722N , V1 !).
Any easy way to do the...