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I found that setenv PATH still works for me for Terminal and applications, but broke in shell scripts, launched directly via clicking or Open With in Terminal from, say, Finder. It's very strange. Other environment variables set in /etc/launchd.conf work. In order to fix it for shell scripts launched directly, I duplicated PATH setting in ~/.bash_profile.
Depends on how soon after lighting you put it out. If you put it out before sticking it in your mouth and inhaling then overall there will be very little meaningful damage
Yes, your cigarette will be irreparably damaged. You will have to replace it with a new one.
Yes, you can. But the aluminum surface will very likely be stained and contaminated due to the tar and ash getting lodged in the microscopic surface features. This may not be perceptible after an intense cleaning but a thorough cleaning might do actual damage to the surface. In all, this is a bad idea-- like cracking an egg on the hood of your car in the ...
I would say that the only damage caused by a cigarette to the aluminum itself would be cosmetic. Clearly, the pebbled surface will trap nicotine and ash on the Aluminum. I suspect that Apple anodizes their unibody parts - and if so, that creates a hard, durable layer of aluminum oxide that protects the metal from scratches, stains, and further oxidation I ...
The short answer is 'yes,' it will damage the aluminum. The burning cigarette will accelerate the rate of oxidation. Maybe not one cigarette will make a noticeable mark, but given repeated exposure, you would see a difference.
My similar issue was solved by updating the packages it relies on. I did this with: install.packages(c("Rcpp", "httpuv", "shiny")) or in general: update.packages()
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