You know how you get this sort of permission error in Windows console?
PS> mkdir "c:\program files\new" mkdir : Access to the path 'new' is denied.
And you know how the ‘solution’ is to start up a whole new console with Start > [program] > Right-click > ‘Run as . . .
The other day I wanted to try Rust on Windows but found it wasn't very straightforward.
I downloaded the GUI installer, clicked through it, typed
rust, and got nothing but an exit code of -1073741515. Returning to the quick start I saw a note that I hadn't noticed the first time, mentioning that I need MinGW as well. But, . . .
Common Unix utilities for Windows in one small executable
From the Busybox website:
Busybox combines tiny versions of many common UNIX utilities into a single small executable. [...] The utilities in BusyBox generally have fewer options than their full-featured GNU cousins; however, [they] behave very much like their GNU counterparts. (read more)
Busybox is used mainly in . . .
Posterous automatically strips out id or name attributes that you apply to divs when you edit the HTML source of a post. One way around it is to add an empty anchor with a name attribute just before the section you want to name, like so:
Then a #anchor_name fragment in the URL will work, . . .